OLLI101445 - Plein Air Party/Capturing Philadelphia (In-person at TUCC)
Plein Air Party/ Capturing Philadelphia
Instructor: Joann Neufeld
Dates: Mondays, Jan 30-Mar 27
Time: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Location: In-person at Center City (TUCC)
Following our first class that re-emphasizes the basics of composition, line, shape, contrast, and shading, we will be drawing and/or painting directly at different locations. The city continues to offer inspirational spaces for our OLLI artists to capture. Using historic architecture, sculptures, markets, waterfronts and museums, we will draw and paint the details of life in Philadelphia. Both interior and exterior (weather permitting) locations will be meeting spots for the class. Individual help will be given by the instructor at every location throughout the class. Demonstrations of various materials will be given, even digital drawing possibilities.
Pre-requisite: Students have to be able to bring their own materials to each location chosen for each weekly class.
Maximum in-person registrants: 20
If you are enrolled in an in-person course, you will be required to:
- follow current public health guidelines, which may include masking and social distancing, and are subject to change, while on campus.
- provide proof of vaccination, or request a medical or religious exemption, prior to your first day of class. Students who have an approved exemption will be required to test for COVID-19 at least once a week.
- obtain a noncredit OwlCard. An OwlCard is a Temple-specific photo ID that will give you access to campus buildings and classrooms.
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