Beginning Drawing classes – ages 8-10

Marshall J. Gardner Center For The Arts

This class dispels the myth that drawing ability is something that certain people are born with, while others are not. Learning to draw essentially means learning to see, these skills absolutely can be taught to anyone with a desire to learn. Designed to build a foundation for beginning students, this class uses various drawing exercises and projects that focus on the fundamentals of drawing, including line, shape, value and form. Students will gain confidence and grow in their drawing skills, using black and white mediums such as pencil, pen & ink, and charcoal. All supplies are included. Class is limited to ten students.

Register today by calling Kim McKinley at South Shore Arts on (219) 836-1839 x103

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“Beginning Drawing classes - ages 8-10” is part of our Classes series.

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June

7th
Farmers Market 2020 New hours! New plan!

August

8th
Painters Printing: Miller Edition Monotype Printing by Angela Saxon, Anne Corlett, Royce Deans
15th
Plein Air Event and Exhibit

September

4th
Alumni Art Exhibit William A. Wirt High School

November

6th
Suzy Vance Fibre Art Exhibit
21st
Artisan Fair

December

4th
Community Art Show
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Miller Beach Arts
& Creative District

P.O. Box 2405, Gary, IN 46403
(773) 822-8086

Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts

540 S. Lake Street, Gary, IN 46403
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