Fundamentals of Art (Drawing, Storytelling, & Design)
Classes have started on August 26. Late enrollees will be accepted only until September 15.
DESCRIPTION: Drawing is the most primal expression of self that is known to man. With this activity, people first express their creativity, and communicate how they see and understand the world. It is therefore a very sad thing when people grow up, and say that they do not know how to draw. The main purpose of this class is to show people not just HOW to draw, but also to let students know that they CAN draw, and when done properly, drawing is a way to tell stories about themselves. This program is divided into 4 quarters and covers the fundamentals of Drawing (Parts 1 and 2), Storytelling, and Design. Here, we will guide students young and old through the very basics they need to know and be proficient in so they can confidently say that they can indeed draw, and draw well.
INSTRUCTOR: Gabay Lee
Gabay Lee has been a teacher ever since she was a young girl, though it took some time for her to realize it. A product of Southville International School and Colleges, she graduated Bachelors of Elementary Education, majoring in Special Education in 2014, and graduated with a Masters of Arts in Psychology in June 2021. A big believer in atmosphere and setting, she is inspired by classic gothic stories and contemporary horror manga, themes that allow her to explore the concept of imaginative transformation. She constantly strives to improve every day, and practices life drawing and scenic sketches.
AGE RECOMMENDATION: 8 years old and above
COURSE LEVEL: No prior knowledge required to attend this class
- Google Classroom
- Any paper
- At least 1 drawing implement (Preferably a pencil)
FREQUENCY: Once a week, 10 sessions
Class calendar will be sent as a separate email. Students who missed any session can reschedule within the month of enrollment.
Thursdays 1:00 - 2:00 PM, For Ages 8 -12
Thursdays 2:00 - 3:00 PM, For Ages 13-19
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