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Events: 26th October 2019

OPEN STUDIO – FIGURE DRAWING  The Open Studio sessions offered by Saratoga Arts are great practice for any artist interested in working from a live  model, without the formality of a class.  Open Studio sessions are informal group meetings where artists can talk about their work, share ideas and discuss a variety of methods and mediums.  There is […]

DRAWING FOR THE FRIGHTENED
 
 with Lisa David For those who are new to drawing and are feeling intimidated, Drawing for the Frightened will give you the tools to begin in a safe and encouraging environment. Designed to help students develop the skills and confidence to approach a blank piece of paper, this class is […]

LET’S SKETCH CLASS with Carolyn Justice Students will come together each week to sketch from both life and photographs. This class will focus on recording an impression and exploring one’s personal style. This exploratory approach to drawing allows for endless possibilities and lots of creativity. Students will focus less on rendering a subject and more […]

BEGINNING IMPROV COMEDY with David Braucher AEA, AFTRA This high energy, hands-on, fast-paced class will equip players with techniques for creating original comedic scenes and characters. Players will gain confidence and widely applicable theatrical skill by practicing sequenced theater games and improvisations. The workshop will culminate with an end of term show for invited guests. […]

PHOTOREALISTIC DRAWING with Daniel S. Peterson This 6 week class will teach students of all levels, from the beginner to the experienced artist, photorealistic drawing also known as representationalism. Students will learn to manipulate the charcoal pencil with some challenging exercises, how to grid paper, and how to set up a photograph for drawing. We […]