This event is occurring as a live online class. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program the week prior to the program start date; please continue to register.
Time: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm (Lunch Break: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm) ET, daily
Take some time this summer to develop your architectural drawing skills! With a focus on free-hand sketching, participants will be introduced to a range of drawing techniques including one and two-point perspectives, as well as methods for shading and rendering different materials. This class leverages the benefits of online instruction, which allows us to explore architectural marvels around the world and use digital annotation tools, while building students’ hand drawing skills. This is a great chance to create some new portfolio pieces!
Pencil, drawing paper (9” x 12” or larger recommended), and eraser. If you would like to experiment with slightly more sophisticated drawing materials, we would suggest an 11” x 14” drawing sketch pad, two pencils of varying weights (one HB pencil and one softer pencil 2B, 3B or 4B), and a white polymer or vinyl eraser.
For more Summer Programs, see our webpage here.
The Scholarship Application deadline is May 1. If you are interested in applying for a need-based scholarship, please follow the instructions on the Scholarship Information and Financial Need Form.
Terms & Conditions:
By registering for this program, you are accepting our 2023 Online Summer Programs Terms & Conditions.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Registration for all programs is non-transferable. Tuition for all programs is non-refundable within four weeks of the program start date. If cancellation is made at least four weeks prior to the program start date, and we are able to fill your space from our waitlist, we will refund all but a $100 registration fee for each cancelled week. If we are unable to fill your space, we will not be able to provide any refund. There are no exceptions to this policy. The Center for Architecture will not provide make-ups or refunds for days missed as a result of vacation plans, scheduling conflicts, illness (including COVID-19), emergencies, or other events beyond our control.
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