Drawing Workshop

Drawing Connections: Portraiture


Wednesday, March 14, 2018
2 – 5 pm
Floor 4 Studio

This workshop is at capacity. To be added to the waiting list and receive advance notification about future workshops, please email studioprograms@thejm.org.

Join us for a drawing and study session that takes place in the galleries of the exhibition Scenes from the Collection while the Museum is closed to the public, and engage with compelling portraits from the collection in an intimate setting. Participants will explore various methods of mark-making through contour and line drawing, gesture drawing, and short and long figure studies based on close looking at original works of art.

All materials included; All skill levels welcome.

$30 General; $25 Jewish Museum Members

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Kehinde Wiley, Alios Itzhak (The World Stage: Israel), 2011. The Jewish Museum, New York. Purchase: Gift of Lisa and Steven Tananbaum Family Foundation; Gift in honor of Joan Rosenbaum, Director of the Jewish Museum from 1981-2011, by the Contemporary Judaica, Fine Arts, Photography, and Traditional Judaica Acquisitions Committee Funds, 2011-31. Credit Line: © Kehinde Wiley

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