Every second Saturday of each month, Tacoma Gallery will host a three-hour class (which includes one hour of instruction & drawing, followed by two hours of open drawing). If you don’t need/want instruction, you may join us during the last two hours of class for open drawing. Classes begin at 1:00pm and open drawing begins at 2:00pm. The class and open session end promptly at 4:00pm.
Gesture, schematic, sight-measuring, basic proportion, skeletal proportion, muscular landmarks, soft-edge and hard-edge shading, and developing the figure as a source of narrative expression will all be covered. Each class will have content that can be learned as a stand-alone class or combined sequentially. Topics and content will be posted on Tacoma Gallery’s website
Students are responsible for bringing materials.
The class is open to ages 16 to adult. No guests/children will be allowed. Due to the sensitive nature of drawing from a nude model, every participant must agree to the studio rules.
The class is being taught by Jason Sobottka, Department Chair: Humanities and Visual Art at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. He teaches printmaking, painting and 200/300-level life drawing courses at LWTECH. Jason also teaches at Tacoma Community College.
$35 for Instructor led class + gallery admission (1-4pm)
$10 for Drop in life drawing, no gallery admission (2-4pm)
Registration is required. Reserve your spot below:
Instructor Led Class