Introduction to Life Drawing is an evening class taught once
a week at Edinburgh College’s Granton campus. The course is designed for those
interested in; life drawing, starting a new hobby or pursuing a new career. You
will need little to no experience in life drawing as this course will start
with the very basics.
This course is a creative exploration through a variety of
drawing techniques to understand the human form. You will be taught in
Edinburgh College school of art specialist art studios and develop skills and
understanding in subjects such as; proportion, perspective, mass, volume and
structure in relation to the human form. You will use a range of analytical and
expressive drawing approaches to discover your true creative
Work created on these courses can support a portfolio of
work for future course applications to specialist Art and Design courses,
supporting school leavers or a career change.
The majority of our courses will be delivered online only for the beginning of 2021. A limited number of courses will have classes on campus. You will be contacted by your lecturer if your course will include any face-to-face classes on campus.
- No formal qualifications required but students should have
an interest within the visual arts and wish to improve their own drawing skills
English Proficiency Requirements
How the course is assessed
- There is no formal assessment for this course
Progression And Articulation Routes
Download our progression route map here
- Previous evening class students have progressed onto our
well recognised University of Arts London (UAL) Diplomas
- NCs and HNDs in similar subjects
- Various university courses
- Employment within the creative industries
- 1 evening per week over 12 weeks
Course Cost And Funding Options
Fee: £204 Granton evening (year 1)
This course will start on…
This course will end on...