Formula Drawing and Analysis for Cartoonists I
Tuesdays, 6:30 –

September 24 –
December 17

This course is
designed to teach formulas that will allow students to understand common forms
drawn by the working cartoonist. By introducing a basic set of methods and
rules, students will be able to draw such things as human figures, heads, hands
and feet, among other subjects, without reference.

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cartooning and illustration course offerings,
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Saturdays, 1:30 –

October 5 –
November 23

Designed for
beginners and experienced painters alike, this course will include
demonstrations for both acrylic and oil paint and cover color theory, mixing
color, light and shadow, glazing, priming, composition and content. Students
will develop techniques and gain the skills to realize their artistic vision.


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course offerings,
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Drawing Studio: Observing the Moment

Wednesdays, 6:30 –

September 18 –
October 30

In this course,
students will build observational drawing skills through a contemporary art
lens. Broadening the scope of what it means to observe through drawing,
students will gain insight into their natural way of seeing, and begin a
drawing practice unique to their vision.

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course offerings,
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For more fine arts
course offerings,
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Putting It All
Together: Digital Animation for Drawing Traditional Animation and Motion

Saturdays, 10:00am
– 3:00pm

September 21 –
November 23

Designed for
illustrators, 2D designers, comics artists, fine artists and animators, this
course will take students through all the stages of the animation process to
create personal animated projects.

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course offerings,
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As a bonus, CE
art and activism
, designed to enliven and engage the
artist’s activist spirit. Join CE on Wednesday, September 4, for their free
third annual
Art &
Activism event
, moderated by media
personality Valerie Smaldone. This year’s panel will celebrate the power of
collectives, performance as political activism and artistic activations of
public space. Panelists will include representatives from Sing for Hope, the
Hetrick-Martin Institute, New York City’s Percent for Art Program and MOVE.

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