Class Name :
Drawing in the Museum / Mar 28-May 2 • DPKK181L14
Class Date :
March 28 - May 02
Meeting Times :
Wed 10am–noon (6 sessions)
Class Location :
About this Class:
Every session includes a museum visit to study the collection and learn to draw. Instruction includes drawing demonstrations, some art history and exercises: drawing figures, copying masterpieces and drawing in space. Students must follow the museum's policy for sketching in the galleries— sketching is permitted in the galleries (pencil only, no ink or paint); and no easels or sketching while sitting on the floor is permitted.
Instructor Kosta Kulundzic was born in Paris in 1972 and now lives in Hawai‘i. For several years he has been working on the representation of Christians and mythologies. He transposes biblical stories with contemporary popular culture, deploying codes of action movies, graphics novels and video games. He is currently represented by art galleries in France, Belgium, Germany, China and the US. Kosta has shown his work in museums in Europe, Asia and the US. Kosta was an instructor of painting and drawing at the French National School of Architecture Paris–Val de Seine, and at the Orsay University of Paris from 2005 to 2015.
- 11”x 17 “or 14”x17” Bristol drawing pad
- Multiple sheets (5 minimum), 30” x 22”. Canson or Stonehenge or Strathmore.
- Drawing pencils
- Colored pencils: minimum 24 color set
- Speedball sketching project set
- India or Chinese black ink
- Fine black permanent roller-ball pen
- Sharpie or Posca black marker
- Single sheets index paper
- Scotch masking tape
-Charcoal pencil, soft and medium
- Color Pastel set
Artwork by Kosta Kulundzic
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