The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire Offers Life Drawing Classes for Public
(SAN BERNADINO, Calif.) Ever wondered what drawing from a live human model is like? The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire will show attendees of its new Life Drawing workshop on Saturday, August 8, 2007, from 1 – 5 p.m. The workshop will be open at no charge.
Byron Chung, president of The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire, says, “We created these classes to give budding young artists the instruction they need to draw better. We are committed to helping artists in the Inland Empire improve their talents.”
The Life Drawing workshops are usually offered on the third Saturday of every month. There are 21 seats available in each class. Students must bring their own pencils and drawing papers. The workshop is open to the public to those 15 years old or above, and the classes are offered at no charge.
“Many people have great creative talents,” Chung says. “The workshop offers people a chance to focus that raw creative talent into directed creativity. Our goal is to help make better artists.”
Santosh Oommen, academic director of animation at the school, says the workshop involves drawing from a live figure and covers topics such as anatomy and gestures. To sign up for the Life Drawing workshop, or for more information, call The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire at (909) 915-2100.
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