I just want to know if anyone here is from or live in .The LA area and know were any good drawing workshops or figure drawing classes are locationed and it does not need to be close by and is easy to get to.
train or bus.
Mostly cut-and-pasted from my class blog, but I added more:
Figure drawing workshop at Gallery Nucleus. Wed. 7~10PM at $15 per session. You can follow the above link for online payment and sign up.
Long Pose Figure Painting workshop at 3 Kick Studio. Tuesday 6:30~10:30PM, $18 each session. The poses alternate from costume to nude each week. Located right across the hall from Concept Design Academy.
Los Feliz Life Drawing Workshop. This runs Mondays and Thursdays from 7-10pm, $15, nude model, always female. Located in Los Feliz near the intersection of Hillhurst and Kingswell behind the restaurant. Address is 4451 and 3/4 Kingswell...the 3/4 means that the workshop is at the end of the driveway in the garage space.
The Drawing Club is 7-10 Thursday nights, short pose, $20, costumed model, male and female. This is a very professionally-run workshop. Check out their website.
Studio 117b - Saturdays. Morning session from 10a - 1p, quick sketch, nude model, suggested donation $15. Afternoon session from 2p - 6p, long pose, nude model, suggested donation $20.
Courbet Art Circle in Santa Ana - Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Tuesday 6:30-9:30 p.m., nude figure, short poses $10 model fee;
Thursday 6:30-9:30 p.m., figure or costume, long pose, $10 model fee;
Saturday 1:00-6:00 p.m., figure or costume, long pose, $12 model fee
LAAFA - Long poses on Fridays (nude) and Sundays (costumed).
On both days you have a choice of either 10a - 1p or 10a - 3:30p with a half-hour lunch break. Check the website or call for pricing.
This list should pretty much cover you for every day of the week. Enjoy~
American Animation Institue
Kevin Chen's studio
A couple uninstructed Workshops...
Santa Monica YWCA
Found these links too,
Last edited by Silvertone; August 11th, 2009 at 04:29 PM.
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There are a couple of workshops near Inland Empire, too. Actually they are run by a same guy. One is at dA Art Center on Thursday nights at 7:00PM. (the workshop is underground and it can get really hot in the summer.) The other is at a classroom at Scripps College in Claremont, on Saturday mornings at 9:30AM.
There are also workshops at Santa Fe Art Colony. I don't go there often because it's too far from home.