On Sunday, October 20th, young artists from High Schools across New York City traveled to 8th street to draw from the model. Artists Jill Nathanson and Josef Zutelgte led students in an exploration of form, contours, and composition. Students worked with ink, charcoal and graphite in the historic sky lit drawing room at The New York Studio School, and the improvements from drawing to drawing were exciting.
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Another successful Pre-College program at NYSS has just come to a close. The New York Studio School Pre-College program is an intensive three week session for students ages 14-18, offering an experimental in-depth approach to drawing, painting and sculpture. Trips to museums, galleries and artists’ studios are also a major component of the program.
For the last 3 weeks, the students have engaged in a variety of creative activities, from traditional life modeling and drawing, to using more unconventional media like push pins and wire to move past their boundaries with materials. Led by faculty members Jill Nathanson, Josef Zutelgte, and Lee Tribe, the students worked on group projects in the studios, painted en plein air, and viewed masterworks at the Metropolitan Museum.
This past Thursday, parents and friends were invited to view the results of all the hard work, as a group show was staged in the student gallery on 8th Street. The gallery was filled with portrait drawings, ink transcriptions, painted donuts, charcoal bicycles, dangling wire sculptures and a row of life-size clay heads. For more information about the program, please see our website here, http://www.nyss.org/programs-courses/pre-college/.