Quick Hit: Workshop for Classical Representation

Weeklong Intensive, Friday September 19 – Saturday, September 27, 2008
$1,750 (Scholarships Available)

Instructors:  Cindy Porcu, Architectural Renderer; Christine Franck, Architect and ICA&CA Board Member;  Michael Grimaldi, Fine Artist and Drawing Atelier Head, Art Students League; Stephen Harby, Architect and Watercolorist; Andre Junget, Architectural Render; John Woodrow Kelley, Architect and Fine Artist;  Edward Schmidt, Fine Artist and Faculty Head of Drawing, New York Academy of Art; Andy Taylor, AIA, Architect; Geoffrey Taylor, PhD, Architectural Historian, Metropolitan Museum of Art ; Andrew Zega and Bernrd H. Dams, Architects, Authors, Watercolorists and Historians;

The intensive professional program supports ICA&CA’s core curriculum and aims to provide a working knowledge of various drawing and rendering practices, materials and techniques applicable to the graphic representation of classical architectural form.  The program’s faculty comprises architects, designers, professional renders and fine artists having noted national and international careers based upon their drawing, design and allied fine studio practices.

Course segments include: Contour Rendering, Measured Drawing, Analytique, On Site Watercolor Rendering, and a private viewing of the Metropolitan Museum’s architectural drawing collection.  Guest presenters include the famed watercolorist and authors Zega and Dams and Alma Shapiro Prize recipient Michael Grimaldi.

Lastly, to encourage drawing as a traditional skill within the classical tradition and in recognition of excellence in practice the program will culminate with a juried cash prize in the amount of $2,500 funded by Zivkovic Associates Architects to be awarded for work completed during the program.

For detailed course information and class schedule please visit this site. For scholarship information or to register please contact Leah Aron, Education Programs Coordinator or call (212) 730 -9646 ext 101.