10:30 - 12:00
We'll be pausing the ballroom documentary, Paris Is Burning, to draw striking frames. Drawing from film can inspire, challenge, and develop new drawing skills. All drawing levels/abilities welcome.
Basic materials (paper and pencil) will be provided. You may bring your own drawing materials but please do not bring paints or paint pens.
This is a self-led class; there will not be instruction or feedback. However, you may elect to share your own drawing and see others'.
R, 78 mins., 1990. Closed captions (CC) in English. Due to time constraints and pauses for drawing, the full film will not be shown during the program.
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