|2017 SUMMER in PARIS – FIGURE DRAWING | 6-week SPECIAL PROGRAM|
“When we see a natural style, we are astonished and delighted,
for we expected to see an author, and we find a person.”
“Quand on voit le style naturel, on est tout étonné et ravi,
car on s’attendait de voir un auteur, et on trouve un homme.” – Blaise PASCAL, Penséés, 1669
|LOCATION:||2017 SUMMER in PARIS – FIGURE DRAWING will convene at our Paris Program Studio in Montmartre.
Please see our Facilities page for complete details on our studio facilities.
Section One: 2 July – 21 July 2017
Section Two: 23 July – 11 August 2017
Note: Students may apply for a single 3-week section, or apply for the entire 6-week term.
See the online application form for details.
|CLASS SCHEDULE:||Figure drawing sessions with model 25 hrs/week for 6 weeks total.
Weekly drawing demonstration and daily one-on-one critique in-studio.
|CLASS SIZE:||10 maximum + instructor(s)|
|WHO is ELIGIBLE?||Entry by application only. Anyone may apply – There are no academic or other pre-requisites.
Students must enroll full-time (5 hours/day Monday-Friday).
Students may choose to enroll in a single 3-week section, or enroll in the entire 6-week term.
|TUITION PRICE:||2000 euros for the entire six weeks.
1200 euros for either 3-week section.
|FINAL APPLICATION DEADLINE:||
1 April 2017
|PAYMENT DUE:||15 April 2017
|HOW to APPLY:||
Final admissions for 2017 SUMMER in PARIS – FIGURE DRAWING are OPEN.
Please review the ADMISSIONS page for general information about the application process.
Summer in Paris – Figure Drawing students will profit from critique and lectures by instructor M. Tobias Hall on drawing the human figure from observation, in various dry-media drawing techniques.
Figure sessions will meet 25 hrs/week for 6 weeks. Individual critique or studio demonstration will be offered five days a week, and the studio culture will offer daily opportunities for questions, discussions and impromptu “work-in-progress” demonstrations.
Students must enroll full-time (5 hours/day Monday-Friday), but may choose either 3-week section, or enroll for the entire 6-week term.
Tutor in Painting and Drawing
Tobias Hall has taught drawing and painting as an instructor and an assistant instructor at Studio Escalier (2011 – present), at the Ryder Studio School (Santa Fe, NM) and privately.
Mr Hall was the 2009 recipient of the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Foundation Award for Painting. He has been awarded two Waterway Fellowships by Studio Escalier (2007, 2009) for artistic excellence.
Tobias Hall (b. 1981) received his BA magna cum laude in Fine Arts (Animation) from Arizona State University.
He studied drawing and painting at the Ryder Studio in Santa Fe, NM, at the Andreeva Portrait Academy, and in various Studio Escalier Intensive courses and programs in Argenton-Chateau and Paris — including daily drawing at the Musee du Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay, and painting master copies in oil independently at the Louvre.