DRWG 204 - Drawing: The Human Figure
An introduction to the representation of the human figure in art through observational drawing. Employs the human figure as a basis for the study of gesture, line, plane, and volume. This study serves as a reference for a broad range of approaches in various media. Students are encouraged to explore contemporary methods of drawing the human figure that consider various issues related to the politics of the body. Slide presentations, discussions, and critiques are an integral part of the course. The life model environment, portrait and public or private situations will be explored.
Completion of 24 credits for First Year Studies or equivalents, or consent of the Chair in consultation with the instructor.
|A||20407||Emberley, Alexandra|| |
|2:00pm - 6:20pm|| room: 518|
|A||30414||Flynn, Brian|| |
|8:30am - 12:50pm|| room: 516|