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New For Adults: Art+Design Classes

Los Angeles is the creative capital of the world. At the heart of it are creative individuals with strong design sensibilities and a solid background in fine arts. We created these new classes with this crucial skill set in mind. Whether you're a seasoned pro looking to replenish your creative self, or an enthusiast looking to take your practice to the next level, these new classes are a perfect, creative way to start off 2016. These and other adult classes are enrolling now. Armory Winter Studio begins January 11.


- Drawing with Design in Mind

Saturdays, January 16 – March 26
11 am - 1 pm

This class will focus on helping students develop basic rendering and sketching skills for design using colored pencil, chalk pastel, markers and ballpoint pens. The focus will be on craftsmanship, accurate perspective, contrast, and composition. Students will improve sketching quality, perspective knowledge, and learn fundamental design drawing techniques. This class develops skills which can be applied to industrial design, product design and package design. Taught by Armory Teaching Artist Rebecca Bennett-Duke.

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- Manufactured in LA

Fridays, January 15 – March 4
4 - 5:30 pm

Many things are still made in the USA and often right here in Los Angeles. Get a crash course in design, visit a manufacturer in the heart of LA, then design your own small product to be made! We will visit metal casting companies. Casting can make small products and in this class we will work on small products. Taught by visiting Art Center Product Design alumni Nathan Cooke.

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- Constructing Creativity: Line and Flow

Fridays, January 15 – February 5
4 - 5 pm

This workshop is designed for adult students with any level of artistic experience or skill to practice the creative process through simple drawing activities. Drawing methods include: two handed mark making, unbroken line drawing, and non-representational drawing. Taught by Armory Teaching Artist David P. Earle.

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