Experimental Drawing – Julie Evanoff
August 7 - August 11| $750
Tuition: $750 ($700 members)
Lab fee: $25
Class limit: 6
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This course will focus on materials, processes, and ideas in drawing. There will be multiple projects that include observation, mark-making, cut and paste, and tracing to explore scale, sequence and juxtaposition as ways to approach drawing. Subject matter will be found from photographs, current media, and images from art history. There will be some discussion about the history of drawing as an art practice.
Julie was an artist-in-residence at WSW in 2006, working on a series of screen prints based on her beautifully drawn animations. Drawing is completely central to her art-making, so I know this will be an inspiring class.
Register now by making a non-refundable $300 deposit.
Julie Evanoff is a Brooklyn-based artist who works in drawing, printmaking, and animation. Her exhibitions include: Ulrike Müller’s Raw/Cooked, The Brooklyn Museum; Collapse, MSU Art Gallery; Julie Evanoff: in between, The Art Institute of Tucson; and Stories real and vividly imagined, Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm, Sweden. She received her MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She was awarded the Geraldine Dodge Grant from The Women’s Studio Workshop and the Vermont Studio Center. She has taught drawing and animation in NYC public schools with Studio in a School and Art in General, and she teaches a multi-media class at St. Joseph’s University in Brooklyn, NY.