This fall class is now closed for registration. Winter session will go on sale December 1 for classes starting in January.
Saturdays, Ten-week session, Sep 22 to Dec 8 (No class Oct 6 and Nov 24)
Course Description: Using objects and paintings from the Museum’s collection as inspiration, capture your creative ideas in drawing. Visit ships, Aztec animals, Native American clothing, folk art, Japanese woodblock prints, and more. Combine and learn skills in observational drawing, composition layout, and basic drawing technique to create unique, thought-out, and original drawings.
Instructor: Ria Brodell
Ria Brodell is an artist based in Boston whose current body of work addresses issues of gender, sexuality and "butch" identity. Brodell attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, received a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle ('02) and an MFA from the Museum School/Tufts University ('06). Brodell has had solo and group exhibitions throughout the U.S. including: Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles ('10); Judi Rotenberg, Boston ('09); Swarm Gallery, Oakland ('08); Cerasoli Gallery, Los Angeles ('08); Aqua Art, Miami ('08); DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA ('07); 808 Gallery, Boston ('06); Rhys Gallery, Boston ('06) and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ('05). She received the Emerging Artist Award from the St. Botolph Club Foundation ('08) and her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Beautiful Decay, New American Paintings, Art New England, Art Slant: San Francisco, Daily Serving, The Phoenix and Boston Magazine.
TD3-F: Adventure Drawing, Ages 12-15
Occurs every week until December 8, 2012.
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Sharf Visitor Center
- $195, plus $20 material feeMFA members
- $230, plus $20 material feeNonmembers Course Ticket Required for Admission
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