Term 1 – Advanced Teen Drawing: Art in the Digital Age (ages 13 – 17)

Term 1 – Advanced Teen Drawing: Art in the Digital Age (ages 13 – 17)

$220.00 inc. GST

Term 1 2023

Lecturer: Alex Beckinsale

Mon 20 Feb – Mon 3 Apr  4.15pm – 6.15pm (Please note: no class on Mon 13 March – Adelaide Cup public holiday)

Level – Intermediate to Advanced (teens 13 to 17 years)

Digital technologies have radically re-shaped visual art. From phone photography to AI, our digital landscapes are constantly evolving and impacting how people create and interact with visual media.
In this course Alex will introduce students to a range of digital mediums, spaces and tools that can be used to create contemporary artworks. Students will be encouraged to explore their own interests, art style and creativity through different exercises each week.

Materials required:

– A3 Sketchbook
– Graphite pencils (HB, 2B,4B)
– Set of 12 (min) coloured pastels
– A2 coloured Canson paper in Grey
– Phone/tablet/laptop with WiFi features (optional: with drawing software installed)
A tablet, iPad or other digital device with drawing software is not necessary for this course, drawings and activities can still be done using traditional materials. If you have any questions please email Alex (alex.beckinsale@acsa.sa.edu.au)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Did you use Google Pay or Apple Pay to pay for an ACSA short course? If yes, please contact us ASAP on 8299 7300 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) OR email info@acsa.sa.edu.au as your short course enrolment was not registered. Links for these payment options may have incorrectly appeared on our website during late December and the first half of January. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.

For all your material needs and advice, Central Artist Supplies is located next to our Administration Office at 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside.
Hours: Monday – Friday 8.30am-4.00pm, Saturdays 9.00am-12.30pm (9.00am-2.00pm when short courses are running). Phone 08 8271 6912. Email mail@centralartistsupplies.com.au


Alex Beckinsale is an artist and art educator whose work is inspired by strange narratives, folklore, and popular culture. She graduated from Adelaide Central School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2016. She focuses on figurative art and portraiture, often constructing otherworldly and mysterious situations in her work.
www.alexbeckinsale.com | @alex.beckinsale

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