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Anatomical Drawing

Dates of Sections Available:
Tuesdays, April 2–June 4, 1 pm – 4 pm with Edmond Rochat, tuition $560

Levels/Ages: All levels welcome; ages 15+

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Anatomical Drawing is an introduction to the superficial anatomy of the human body. In the first half of the course, participants will identify the landmarks of the skeleton and their location on the figure model. Students will indicate these landmarks in their drawings, suggesting the orientation of the skeleton. The next half of the course introduces students to the body’s superficial muscles, and how to identify and render their boundaries in their drawings. By methodically identifying these anatomical features, students will become more aware of the body’s inner structure, gain indispensable knowledge about its architecture, and be better able to render the body’s surface. Each class begins with a short presentation by the instructor followed by independent drawing from the live model. Students with limited or no experience in artistic anatomy, but who have some drawing background, will benefit the most. 

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