Friends and Academicians’ Room members life drawing: model as shape – using positive and negative space
An exclusive opportunity to enjoy monthly life-drawing sessions for Friends and Academicians’ Room members in the Sir Hugh Casson Room, designed to be both rewarding and fun. This month’s session concentrates on positive and negative space.
The aim of this session is to make drawings which are shape-orientated rather than subject-orientated. Customary perception (what we know based on assumption and visual memory) versus aesthetic perception (the shapes we can actually see in front of us, unique to our viewpoint). Students will be encouraged to evaluate negative space with equal scrutiny, recognising the wholeness and inter dependency of all parts of the subject. Poses will vary from short to more sustained.
To book, please call 020 7300 8090. Friends of the RA can also book online.
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Our varied programme of short courses and classes provides an opportunity to explore subjects ranging from life drawing to the history of exhibitions and arts management, led by expert tutors and practising artists. These courses introduce traditional art-making processes, as well as perspectives on art history, theory, business and trade. Read more about courses and classes
● Fully booked
Tuesday 29 May 2018
6.15 — 9.15pm
The Sir Hugh Casson Room for Friends, The Keeper's House, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
£50. Includes a drinks reception and all practical materials. Friends and Academicians’ Room members only.