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Events: 9th November 2019

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 […]

INTERMEDIATE IMPROV COMEDY with David Braucher This class is open to those who have taken an Improv Comedy class with David previously. Students will build on already established skills and techniques. Students will continue to explore spontaneous scene-building through exercises such as Contrapuntal Argument, Status Transactions, Contact, and Explore & Heighten. Object work will be […]

INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY with Thom Williams Intermediate photography is designed for students to start playing with photography and to help students find their own voice and style as a photographer. Instructor and photographer, Thom Williams, will explore many different techniques, equipment (lighting, lenses, etc), styles, and topics to further expand the tools available to […]

INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED PASTEL with Carolyn Justice Students will learn to interpret more complex subjects, explore contemporary directions in drawing, and continue to develop a mastery of technique. There is also more emphasis on originality and the development of a personal style.  Students will further develop their skills and abilities, and be encouraged to find increasingly […]