Sketch Session: Figure Drawing

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday, Feb 27, 2024

Time: 6 – 8 pm

Location: Swinton’s Art – 7160 Fisher ST SE 

Event Description:

Join our February skill-building Sketch Session where we are exploring the fundamentals with a Figure Drawing session at Swinton’s. We will be booking space at Swinton’s drop-in figure drawing. The session offers a variety of poses suitable for beginner and experienced artists. 

Swinton’s sessions include:

  • Nude male or female model 
  • The first hour includes short poses are suitable for gesture drawing that build up to longer poses in the second hour finishing with a 20-minute pose.
  • A desk, easel, and lighting 

Registrants must provide their own materials for sketching. We recommend paper and drawing materials such as pens, pencils, charcoal, etc.  

To learn more about the session, please visit: 

This session is by donation

This session is being subsidized by Panel One Comics Society to make it accessible for all. A drop-in session at Swinton’s is $15. Panel One is offering the sessions with a “pay what you can” ticket for 5 seats. Whether it is $1, $5 or $15, we ask that you pay what you can for the session by using the donation ticket option at check out.

Refunds will only be available until 11:59 pm on February 21, 2024.  

About Swinton’s 

Swinton’s has been at this for a long time and each of their incredible staff is eager to share their knowledge with you.

Whether you’re a beginner trying to reignite that art flame that’s been flickering since high school or a seasoned professional, Swinton’s will get you the straight up goods.

Swinton’s prides itself on carrying only the absolute best of the best art materials and we stand behind every single product.

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We kindly request that individuals registering with Panel One through Eventbrite are 18+. 

About Sketch Sessions

Sketch Sessions is a community-focused arts group where artists can come together to share and grow. It’s open to everyone, panel one members and non-members, because we believe that art and art-making should be accessible to everyone.