Dates: 4-May – 8-Jun 2018
Fridays 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Cost: $360 (all material incl.)
This Introductory Life Drawing short course will focus on the fundamentals of life drawing over six weeks.
Every session is conducted with a life model (undressed). You will be introduced to various strategies and techniques for drawing the figure. This course will assist a beginner and intermediate artists in developing fundamental drawing techniques.
The classes are limited to ten places to ensure one-on-one tuition. For more information, please contact us via our contact page.
You can see artwork produced in previous classes here.
We are fortunate to have four talented and experienced Life Drawing teachers. The incredible Jesse Dayan, who has a strong following amongst our students, specialises in Life Drawing and has been teaching with us for several years. MAC’s Director, Marco Corsini, who has a passion for drawing from the figure and has incorporated Life Drawing sessions into his Studio Art classes since MAC’s inception, David Palliser, who has been at the centre of Melbourne’s painting scene for several decades and is represented in many major Australian collections and artist Michelle Zuccolo, who has over 25 years’ teaching experience and a strong following of life drawing students behind her. You can now train underneath these incredible artists for an entire 6-week Life Drawing Course.
Life Drawing with Michelle Zuccolo
Date: Fridays, 4-May, 11-May, 18-May, 25-May, 1-Jun, 8-Jun
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: Enderby Studio, 314 Church Street, Richmond
Materials: All materials included
Course fee: $360 incl. GST
Feedback from our Life Drawing students
A good duration of the course (learnt a variety of techniques within this time period), and had one-on-one assistance which further developed my skill set. – Rachel, 2017
I loved this course as it pushed me to experience something new and practice tasks that I hardly choose to do on my own. – Mehran, 2016
I have now completed 5x courses with Jesse and most certainly will again. I particularly enjoy Jesse’s attention to detail, observations and feedback. Always encouraging. I’m interested in ‘line’ and regularly I tighten up and lose my way. My drawing looked stiff and stilted. Recently Jesse suggested I play with tone, only. No line. Very difficult and frustrating and at the end of the night I had nothing that I valued. It felt and looked clumsy. But, Jesse pointed to some encouraging signs and I am happy (mostly!) to follow this important path and see where it takes me. It will expand my vision and repertoire. I can always return to line. – Ian, 2016