Drawing Objectives

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series-assignment     Due March 22 and April 5

metalpoint-drawing  Due Date To Be Determined When Paper Arrives

Tentative Proposed Weekly Schedule:

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Wednesday Feb.     22

Introductions   Metalpoint Process

Assignment:     Metalpoint   Due March     1

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Wednesday    Mar.    1

Small Group Reviews

series-assignment    Series Spectrum    Due March     22  and April 5

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Wednesday    Mar.    8

Cullen Washington    9:30 am Talk

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Wednesday    Mar.    15

Emily Peters                   10 am RISD Museum Talk

Today Wednesday March 15 we meet at 10 am in the Chace lobby of the RISD Museum entrance off of South Main Street (right inside where the RISD Museum store is.) We go as a group to the fourth floor to Prints, Drawings and Photographs Department.

We meet with Associate Curator Emily Peters who will show us a selection of drawings. She is leaving to become the Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Cleveland Museum of Art in one week. Please feel free to ask questions about the drawings she shows us; it is your time to see special drawings close-up and at-hand and to learn about the makers and how and why they were made.

 

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Wednesday Mar.    22  Week Four
Individual Meetings
To be given at this meeting: Long Drawing Assignment; Due April 12

Bring your series works.

8:00 Open
8:30 Gina
9:00 Open
9:30 Wenjing
10:00 Sarah
10:30 Rachel Dranoff

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Wednesday Mar. 29
Spring Break

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Wednesday Apr. 5  Week Seven

NO GROUP CLASS THIS WEEK.
Individual Meetings Bring your series works.
To be given at this meeting: Long Drawing Assignment; Due April 1
Individual appointments are approximate times; please be there on time, and allow for 5 to 10 minute leeway depending upon conversations.
8:00 Open…I will be in classroom if anyone wants to see me then.
8:30 Rachel Deane
9:00 Feiyl
9:30 Zoe
10:00 Stephanie
10:30 Brandon

Please visit Draw/Boston during the next three weeks.

Compare and contrast two pieces from the exhibition that interest you.
Examine media, intentions, content, scale, color, and impact and include a short bio of the artist. Email me the comparison. Be ready to discuss the pieces in our next group setting. I am unable to organize a group trip, but there are train, bus, and driving options for you. Several of you have already seen the show and it has been meaningful.

Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery, MassArt
Mondays – Saturdays: 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Wednesdays: 12:00pm – 8:00pm
DRAW/Boston brings together the private sketches of nearly four dozen artists from around the world in an exhibition that provides a revealing look into both the drawing process and the artists’ innermost thoughts. The exhibition includes an interactive and live-action mural – Demonstration Drawings – by Rirkrit Tiravanija that will reflect some of the most pressing political topics of our time.
This exhibition was organized by Tomas Vu for The Inside/Out Museum in Beijing, China.

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Wednesday Apr.    12

Work Presentations:         Full Group Review

Assignment:                        Integrative Color                 Due May         3

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Wednesday Apr.     19

Work Presentations:          Full Group Review

Assignment:                        Integrative Color                    Due May         3

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Wednesday Apr.     26

Fred Liang                               9:30 am Talk

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Wednesday Ma.      3

Peer + Faculty Reviews        Pose Questions

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Wednesday Ma.      10

Final Group Review:             Thematic Clusters

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Wednesday Ma.      17

Individual Reviews               Visual Synopses

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Wednesday Ma.      24           Final Images Jpegs Due    Drawing Summation Due