Drawing course

Introduction to Drawing ONLINE

This online course introduces students to a range of media and techniques in drawing, as well as different application methods to develop an awareness of line, volume and form. Working with conte, graphite, and charcoal, this foundation-level course, taught live by an AGO Artist Instructor, draws upon the AGO's collections as a platform for teaching methods and techniques, and prepares students for advanced classes at the AGO.

Terms and Conditions of Participation in Online Courses.

Please review the Terms and Condition for course experience optimization. 

Participants must be 18 or older. 

Some suggested retailers for purchasing your art materials:

Aboveground Art Supplies (discount code: AGOSTUDENT10), Curry’s, DeSerres, Gwartzman’s, Michaels, or any other art supply or discount craft store.

Due to the COVID-19 crisis delays are very possible. Our Instructor’s will do their best to accommodate alternative materials whenever possible. 

Members Price
$220.00
Public Price
$285.00

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COURSE SECTIONS

Tuesdays, - | 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm (4 weeks)

WEEKLY OUTLINE
Week 1: The Grey Scale and Value.
Week 2: Basic Line Drawing Techniques.
Week 3: One Point Perspective and Eraser Drawing.
Week 4: Portraiture and Grid Drawing.

STUDENT MATERIAL LIST
• 2B graphite pencil
• 2B black conte stick
• 2B white conte stick
• Sakura Pigma Micron 08 Black Pen 0.50mm or any similar black felt fine tip pen.
• Willow Charcoal (Coates Willow Charcoal 5-6mm. Med. Box of 6). If you do not want to buy the charcoal then the conte could act as a substitute.
• White Plastic Eraser or Kneaded Eraser
• Pastels Assorted Colours (Set of 12) Galleria Semi-Hard Pastels or Mungyo Gallery Drawing Chalk Pastels recommended
• Kraft Paper Pad, 18 x 24”, 40 sheets (Manila pad of paper if Kraft is not available)
• One Canson Mi Tienes Pastel Paper, 160 gsm 19”x 25”: Tobacco or any colour of a medium tone
• Kleenex and/or a Paper Stomp, a Q-Tip or your finger!
• Ruler or straight edge
• A Drawing Board 18”x24” or larger if you would find this useful
These are the recommended materials for this course. Your instructor may recommend additional optional materials once classes begin.

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