ONLINE CLASS

Drawing Happy Hour: Session Three

Wind down in the middle of your week with a pencil in one hand and a favorite beverage in the other. Exercises in these four online sessions are designed to improve your drawing and observation skills in a low-stakes, relaxed environment. Beginners are welcome, as well as veterans looking for drawing motivation and feedback. Most people will already have the supplies they need: paper, pencil, Sharpie, and color media of some kind.

Tuition

$50.00

Days

Wednesdays, June 10 – July 1, 5:30-7pm

Instructor

Melanie Kehoss

Additional Information

This is a virtual drawing class. You will receive a link to this class as well as supply list the day before class. We advise that you test out your computer’s audio, camera, and wifi before the start of the first class and gather your supplies in advance.

AAC is using Zoom for its online classes. You can use Zoom on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. To set up a free Zoom account visit: zoom.us.
Advance registration is required.

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