Life Drawing

Life Drawing at PAAM gives students and artists the opportunity to practice figure drawing from a professional live model. Male and female models provide a variety of poses. Tuesdays are long poses and Fridays are short. Easels are provided, but participants must bring all other supplies.

 

Chester I. Solomon Life Drawing
Tuesdays and Fridays 9:30am-11:30am, year-round.
No pre-registration required. Walk-ins welcome.
Fee: $10 per session, $45 for 5 sessions.

 

photograph by Jim Zimmerman, 2007

Thank you for supporting the Museum School’s Life Drawing program. In our efforts to keep costs to a minimum, PAAM depends on the help and support of participants.
Studio Maintenance: Please leave the studios the way you’d like to find them. There is a broom and dustpan in each studio to sweep up after yourself. Do not leave pencil shavings or chalk/charcoal dust on the floors.
Recycling: Plastic and metal containers and clean, dry paper should be deposited in marked recycling bins. Garbage cans should be used for non-recyclable items.

July + August *

July

3 Jim                                   6 Wave

10 Jim                                 13 Natasha

17 Tia                                    20 Luca

24 Amy                                27 Ed

31 Jen

 

August

3 Jim

7 Amy                                 10 Wave

14 Natasha                        17 Luca

21 Tia                                 24 Ed

28 Jen                                31 Lena

*schedule subject to change

Life Drawing takes place upstairs in the Museum School. Please use the Bangs Street School entrance. There is no parking available on site, and no parking Tuesday in front of the museum from May – October due to street sweeping.  Please see our parking sheet pdf for more information.

Our life drawing classes are staffed and managed through the generous support of volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a Life Drawing studio monitor and can commit to 4 or more consecutive Friday or Tuesday sessions, please speak to Kiah Coble in the PAAM office. Monitor responsibilities are posted on the studio wall.