THE DEADLINE FOR THE PUBLIC EVENING COURSE IS DECEMBER 15TH!
The preparatory evening course takes students through the first part of the standard training program of SARA. They will be introduced to the comparative method of drawing which will help them to train their eyes to accurately see shapes and values as well as line and edge quality.
During the course, students will copy a few small drawings in pencil and, if they have the time, one larger drawing in charcoal. These drawings were produced by Charles Bargue (1825-1883) in a publication called Cours de dessin (Drawing Course), which was designed to assist beginning students learn to draw objects and figures realistically and accurately from life. This course prepares students for working well and correctly from the cast and live model.
Examples of student copies of Bargue drawings can be found on our website http://www.atelierstockholm.se/portfolio-category/bargue-copies/.
The training is adapted to each individual student so the exact structure of the curriculum will depend upon the experience and aptitude of the individual. Likewise, the pace at which a student progresses through the preparatory program will vary depending upon the individual.
The duration of the course is 14 weeks/semester.
Spring 2014: January 29 - April 30
Students work at the school 1 day a week, Wednesday, from 17:00 – 20:00. An instructor will review student work every day.
The cost is 3800 SEK/semester (including 760 SEK VAT)
You will find the registration form here.