Twelve hours of life drawing in two days!
This special offering is generally intended for longer more extended poses. At the moderator's discretion with participant input multiple poses may be set up during this two-day drawing marathon. Each Quarter, we invite a new, special-guest moderator to lead participants through this intensive event. Stay tuned for details about our next moderator.
Participants are welcome to work in various media besides drawing, while taking into consideration other participants and the integrity of the studio space.
March 7 and 8, 2020
Moderated by Manifest's Artists In Residence Nate Gaefcke and Ron Prigat
9:30 - 12:30
12:30 - 2:30 lunch break (option for group lunch off-site)
2:30 - 5:30
10am - 1pm
1 - 1:30 break
1:30 - 4:30
* This schedule is subject to change from one quarter to the next, depending on the goals of the moderator. If there are any changes, this website will be updated as soon as possible. Please check back regularly.
($40 for students with academic reference and valid current student I.D.) Free for current Drawing League members.
Manifest works hard to provide studio opportunities at a reasonable cost, including supplementing operations through grant funding. Therefore this special opportunity does not allow for a per-day registration or fee amount.
For the fee, participants may attend at their leisure, all or part of each day. Registration is required.
LOCATION: Unless otherwise specified, all courses are hosted at Manifest's NEW Drawing Center Studios in Walnut Hills at 656 E. McMillan St. (second floor) (see map and directions below). Manifest's new studio facility provides two studio classrooms, private lesson space, a darkroom, film processing room, and a multi-purpose lecture and class meeting space all totaling over 4000 square-feet. The studios are outfitted with professional equipment, furniture, and study aids.
Drawing horses and easels as well as storage shelf space are available on a first-come first served basis. Supplementary seating, including chairs, stools, and cushions is also available. Participants should provide for their own supplies and drawing board.