We’ve all heard of urban sketching, a lovely art form creating quick rough sketches while on location, walking around the city or parks. It’s more about the essence of the moment and the fun process than a polished end result.
Normally these sketches fill notebooks along with comments and thoughts about the places visited and can become a beautiful memory log of our trips. But what to do when you can’t go outside? Let’s all try window sketching!
In this class, Emilie will show us how to get started sketching, even for those who have never picked up a pen.
Then we’ll get lots of tips and tricks to make your sketches come to life and ideas to keep the practice going.
Sketching is also very useful to transfer thoughts and emotions into paper and explain concepts visually.
What will we cover?
- Intro to sketch art and drawing basics
- Tips and tricks for quick sketching
- Inspiration ideas for daily sketching from your window
- We’ll all get started on a few sketches to get us going.
What will you need?
- Notebook or just paper if you prefer
- Pens or pencils
- Closed Captions
- Early Bird Cheap Tix
- Free Tix for First Nation Attendees
- Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
Emilie (she/her) is a Melbourne based artist and educator, working across media with a focus on community-based practice and education. She graduated from her PhD in Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2020 and has been an art resident at Testing Grounds (2020) and the Comic Art Workshop (2021).
Emilie moved from France in 2014 and has been developing her art practice in Melbourne since, exhibiting her works at FortyFive Downstairs gallery, the Abbotsford convent, No Vacancy Gallery, Arcade and George Patton Gallery. Emilie is also a comic book artist and her illustration has been published by the Lifted Brow and she self-published her first graphic novel in 2018 with Tree Paper Comics in Melbourne.
In 2021, Emilie opened Couleur in Collingwood, a printmaking studio focusing on DIY, hand-prints, and experimental printmaking.
Photo teachers own lovely work
Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just email delsi (she/her) at firstname.lastname@example.org