Rhode Island School of Design

Continuing Education

All Teen Courses

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  • Furry Fury: Drawing Cartoon Animals

    Jane Kernan, Ages 12-17, Jan 09 — Feb 20, Online, ONLINE

    Pokemon, Avatar, Twilight, Ninja Turtles, Looney Tunes, furry fandom, SpongeBob SquarePants, Bambi and My Neighbor Totoro have one thing in common: appealing animal characters who behave like humans. For the… Read More
  • Fundamentals of Drawing

    Section 01, Alison Plump, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

    Have you ever looked at a great drawing and thought, "How was that done? It looks so real!" This class uses an easy, step-by-step approach that unravels the mysteries of… Read More
  • Figure Drawing + Painting

    Heather Cronin-Bachstein, Ages 13-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    The human form is a constant dynamic subject in art. To describe the human figure is to describe the human experience. Students in this course investigate expressive and experimental directions… Read More
  • Sketchbook Workshop: Drawing in the Moment

    Louis Jannetta, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

    Artist Ben Shahn once said that "if you have to lay aside painting for a time, continue to draw." Artists who sketch and draw as much as possible maximize their… Read More
  • Let It Flow

    Kurt Van Dexter, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

    Unleash your daring side and tackle the unique challenges of water-based media including watercolor, gouache and India ink. In this class we learn to use these materials with confidence and… Read More
  • Start Cartooning

    Section 01, Greg Rebis, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    Young artists see through cartoon-colored glasses in their first encounter with art and design. This course acknowledges that reality, and introduces them to the basic techniques of drawing humans and… Read More
  • Comic Book Creator

    Greg Rebis, Ages 13-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

    American comics are filled with wild characters like musclemen, monsters, robots, villains and freaks, but you need more than a wild character to make a good comic book. It takes… Read More
  • Heroes in Space (3D, That Is)

    Alessandra Briggs, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    How do you turn your avatar or your sketchbook superhero into a three-dimensional clay figure? A good question, to be sure, but what if you want even more? Is it… Read More
  • Fashion Design: Your Personal Vision

    Section 01, Bunky Hurter, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

    Where do fashion designers get the inspiration for their creations? How do they turn their visions into actual designs? In this class, taught by a professional fashion designer and educator,… Read More
  • Digital Clay Using Sculptris

    Matthew E. Paquin, Ages 12-17, Jan 10 — Feb 14, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    Have no fear of three-dimensional design on the computer: take the first step with this exciting course. Students are introduced to Sculptris, which is designed to be as accessible as… Read More