We’ve been planning this one a long time, so it’s exciting to finally be able to announce this workshop! The 3 S’s are together! Here’s the info:
People | Places | Color
A Sketching Workshop by Suhita Shirodkar | Stephanie Bower| Shari Blaukopf
May 15-16, 2020 | 10am-5pm | Downtown San Jose, CA
About the Workshop: This is a rare opportunity to learn location sketching from three globe-trotting Urban Sketchers specialists, doing what they do best!
Suhita Shirodkar (USA) will teach quick sketching of people in motion.
Stephanie Bower (USA) explains the basics of perspective sketching.
Shari Blaukopf (Canada) teaches her masterful use of watercolor.
Each participant will get a half-day/3-hour session with each of the instructors. The final afternoon session will put it all together in a joint sketching class taught by all three instructors. Maximum class size is only 12 people.
We are also adding an optional opportunity to join other sketchers on Sunday morning, May 17, for a Sketching Meet-Up that is open to all sketchers. Another chance to cement what you have learned!
Additional information about locations, recommended sketching supplies and more will be sent to registered participants at a later date.
COST: $300.00US/person. Payable by check (preferred method) or PayPal ($310.00US including additional transaction fee.) Payments will be coordinated by Stephanie at email@example.com.
How to sign up: Registration starts precisely on Sunday, December 15, 2019, at 12:00noon West Coast Time (no sooner, please.) First come, first served, in the order your email is received. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshop payment is due January 1- February 1, 2020.
For more info about this workshop, contact the instructors directly. See you in California!!
3 thoughts on “Workshop: San Jose, CA | May 2020”
WHAT!!!?!?! All my favorite urban sketchers together!? How much fun! Oh I hope I can do this!
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Darn it! It’s my daughter’s 10th birthday. Please do another!
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Emily–Oh No! If this workshop is successful, we hope to do a lot of them in different places!