Join educator Luned Palmer for this monthly art-making workshop that closely examines scenes from Distance Noguchi. These films feature spaces in The Noguchi Museum captured from a fixed perspective over several hours, with light shifting in real time and nature actively interacting with sculpture. Learn introductory drawing techniques, and then settle into a flow while creating a long sketch. Reflect on your drawings and discuss the integration between art, space, and time.
Materials: Pencils, an eraser, and paper. Previous drawing experience is not necessary.
All registrants will be sent a link to participate through Zoom. Participants should have access to a computer, smart phone, or tablet with a microphone, camera, and internet access. Program times listed are ET (Eastern Time). Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.