Interested in learning how to draw but not sure where to start? This course introduces students to the fundamental foundation of drawing. Did you know that the earliest drawings date back to 30,000 to 10,000 B.C to caves in France and Spain? Drawing preceded writing as the most direct form of communication. It is one of the oldest forms of human expression. In this course students will use graphite, charcoal and ink to explore line, tone, plane, and perspective. Students will learn to become attune with hand-to-eye coordination while learning how to represent objects accurately and proportionally. Each session will take place in our historic Bunk House Studio. Students will be given hands on demonstrations, as well as have time for one on one consultation as they develop personal goals and play with creative concepts in drawing. For continuing study in drawing check out Drawing 201 and Drawing 301.