This intensive hands on workshop focuses on proposal writing for grants. Writing speculative proposals is challenging, but by writing a proposal under a nom de plume and then being part of a mock jury, you will experience how a jury reads proposals and what works well in that context. The workshop includes a comprehensive handout with resources to take home.
Saturday, March 9, 10:30am – 1:30pm
Want to give creating with clay a try? This class will introduce you to a variety of hand building and pottery wheel skills and techniques ranging from simple to advanced-and all fun! Learn decorative techniques at all stages of making. Small class sizes ensure individual attention from the instructor. A great way to start the week!
Mondays 10am – 1pm
October – 29
November – 5, 12, 19, 26
December – 3
6 Week Course: $270+HST
Materials + Firing: $45+HST
An unstructured studio drop-in where artists can meet, talk, brainstorm, share techniques, materials or ideas they are engaged with.
SUMMER NIGHTS AT SKETCH JULY 17 – AUGUST 29
DROP IN! TUESDAYS 6-9PM
GARDEN BOX PROJECT
YOGA 101 (6:30-7:20PM)
DROP IN! WEDNESDAYS 6-9PM
MAKERSPACE: TECH & ART
SIRENS TRANS YOUTH GROUP
RIGHT TO DANCE WITH ILL NANA REFERRALS WITH SANDY (6-8PM)
Visit https://sketch.ca/wp-content/uploads/SummerNights2018-online.pdf for more information.
SKETCH is a studio to make all kinds of art! For young people 16-29, navigating poverty, living homeless or on the margins.
SKETCH 180 Shaw St., Lower Level, Toronto (416) 516-1559 | www.sketch.ca firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00-11:00 – Ages 7-9
11:15-12:15 – Ages 9-11
12:30-1:30 – Ages 12-14
Cartoon Coach is an ongoing discipline supported by the repetition of classical drawing foundations, reinforcement of strong drawing habits and the principals of drawing for cartoons and animation used by professionals from Steam Boat Willie to Coco.
Every week the lesson moves forward while the artists learns and re-learns these elements. Think of Music, the musician learns a scale and returns to that scale often with their instructor weather it is to practice that scale, incorporate it into a melody or alter it to learn a variation of that scale. Drawing for cartoons and animation is really no different. When the artists learns the basic construction of the head, that lesson is repeated with the addition of facial expressions, the squash and stretch of the jaw or explore stereotypical facial features. This means, that a young artist can start in the class at any time. During their first 8 weeks, they will touch on enough foundations and elements to allow them to follow along at the same speed as the rest of the class.
Visit http://www.cartooncoach.ca/?page_id=275 to register for classes.