ONE-YEAR PORTRAITURE COURSE
5 October 2020 - 28 May 2021
This course is a long and intensive program on portraiture. Composition studies, sketching practice, museum practice and artistic anatomy are also included in the curriculum. These subjects support and enhance deep comprehension of such complex matter as portraiture. A student can choose from two major directions: drawing portraiture or painting portraiture. The course is recommended for both beginners and advanced painters, as the professor assists the students both individually and in the group.
Learning about the compositional arrangement of the canvas
Understanding proportions of the big form and small forms of the head
Deepening anatomy analysis and its application in the drawing and painting process
Refining details of the face (nose, eyes, lips and etc.)
Developing a broader coloristic and tonal vision and elaborate implementation of all aspects
Revealing physicological complexion of the model's character
Schedule: Monday to Friday (3 hours per day)
*Winter Enrollment Intensive Program is a One-Year program that contains the same amount of academic hours offered for one year in a shorter time frame. There are three evening classes included additionally in the curriculum weekly during the period of February - May.
Schedule: Monday to Friday (3 hours per day) plus 6 hours of evening courses weekly.
Please note all classes are suspended on the days of public holidays.
If there is a tour of the museum organized, the entrance fee is paid by the student, while the professional guidance of the teacher is included in tuition.
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FCAA also provides accommodation service upon your request. Early booking is adviced.