Youth Drawing 101

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Harry Everett Townsend, Untitled (WWI Trench Sketch), ca. 1918, Graphite on paper, Gift of Mrs. Elaine Hanley

Harry Everett Townsend was one of eight official combat artists commissioned by the American Expeditionary Force to depict the rigors of World War I for the broad American public., as well as the advent of industrial combat. His sketchesworks—on display in the Museum's featured exhibition Harry Everett Townsend: Illustrations of a World War I Artist—are not only while visually strikingvisually aesthetic as art works of art, but also historical documentsact as method of recorded history that record the rigors of war and the advent of industrial combat with a raw immediacy..

November's edition of Youth Drawing 101 will get students in touch with their everyday surroundings, teaching them to record and illustrate their own history. Students will explore one- and two-point perspective, using a street scene from their hometown or downtown New Britain as reference. They will cut and paste paper and recycled objects to create collaged two-dimensional works.


$12 Members

$22 non-Members


Wednesday, November 29, 2017 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm