ATLIA Art Course: “Still Life Drawing”

While learning how to structurally observe motifs, participants will engage in drawing using pencils and charcoal. A lecture on the history of Western painting is also planned.
Tools will be provided at ATLIA, so feel free to join us empty-handed.

13:00-15:00: Still Life Drawing with Pencils and Charcoal
15:10-16:00: Lecture on the History of Western Painting
Period
➀ April 18, 2024 (Thursday) ② April 20, 2024 (Saturday)
Opening Hours
13:00-15:00 (Practical Session) 15:10-16:00 (Lecture)
Organized by
Kawaguchi Art Gallery ATLIA
Teacher profile
Shirou Iwata
A painter (oil painting). Born in Kawaguchi City, he studied art in England after graduating from high school.
After serving as an art instructor at Keio Junior High School, he resumed his career as an artist in earnest and continues to this day.
Graduated from the Art Foundation Course at Cambridge State College of Arts and Crafts.
Graduated from the Fine Arts Department at Gloucester State College of Art.
Completed the Post-Diploma Course at the Byam Shaw School of Art.
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Target Audience:
High school students and above
Capacity:
16 participants per session (minimum number to hold the event: 5)
Fee:
3,000 yen
What to Bring:
Clothing that can get dirty

Application Method

In the subject line, write the name of this event, and in the body of the email, include the following items ➀ to ➄. Please apply by email. If there are many applicants, there will be a lottery.
➀Preferred date and time

➁Name

➂Age / Grade

➃Postal code / Address

➄Phone number

Application deadline: April 11th (Wednesday)


・After receiving your application email, we will send an acceptance email within 2 business days.
 ※If you do not receive an email, please contact us.
・If it is difficult to apply by email, please apply by FAX (048-240-0525) or postcard.
 Results will be sent by post after the deadline.
・If the capacity is not reached, applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis from the deadline date.