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Register for the Upcoming Two-Part Virtual Drawing Workshop on September 22 & 29
Adult Studio Workshop
Observing Your World through Drawing
Thursdays, September 22 & 29
1 – 3 pm EDT
Zoom, Virtual Program
In this two-part virtual workshop taught by contemporary
artist Sonya Blesofsky,
learn the basics of drawing by capturing your surrounding
environment. Instruction will explore composition, line, value, and a
variety of mark-making techniques. Participants will create a
portfolio of dynamic drawings that express a personal voice while
also finding inspiration in works from the Jewish
Museum Collection, as well as in observations of everyday life.
Participants should have access to a computer with a
camera and WiFi, and will receive a Zoom link prior to the program
All skill levels are welcome.
TICKETS: $35 General; $30 Jewish Museum members
Material cost: up to $22
This is a two-session class. Ticket purchase is required
and includes both sessions on September 22 & 29.
This program is presented with captioning through
If you do not receive your confirmation in your inbox or
spam folder, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.423.3200
Museum is committed to making its virtual programs accessible to
all. For inquiries and requests for live CART interpretation, ASL
interpretation, or additional accommodations, please email email@example.com
or call 212.423.3200 ext. 0.
Public programs are made possible,
in part, through public funds from the New York City Department of
Cultural Affairs in partnership with City Council and the New York
State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul
and the New York State Legislature.
Image: Avigdor Stematsky, Jerusalem,
1981, watercolor and graphite on paper. The Jewish Museum, New
York, gift of Selma and Stanley I. Batkin.