The Center for Lifelong Learning

Visual Arts and Ceramics

Drawing for Beginners and Beyond

Drawing teaches you first how to see, then how to translate, and finally how to imagine. In this class students will explore how to create space with line, and mass with shading. You will learn how to construct and execute compositions that make even unfinished drawings look finished. Additionally, the instructor will teach the different types of pencils and their uses, as well as how to achieve effects using your eraser.

CRN 20271-142
Michael Teague
7 Fridays
10/31/2014-12/19/2014 (no class on 11/28/14)
WALDRON, Room W201
Register By: 10/24/2014

Supply list for Drawing for Beginners and Beyond: Newsprint pad (18x24), pencils (H2, HB, 2B, 6B, etc.), pencil sharpener, conte crayon or charcoal (vine and stick), and kneadable eraser. Plastic or pink erasers also useful.



Ceramics classes at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center are offered for all ages. Instructors are all teaching artists and bring extensive professional work experience and instruction to each class.

Course fees cover all materials, including clay, glazes and use of all tools, as well as firing of all pieces. Plus, open studio time is available free of charge to any adult student currently enrolled in an Ivy Tech ceramics class. See below for this semester's schedule.


We are pleased to offer open studio hours to any ceramics student currently enrolled in a class.  A complete schedule is available to you the first day of class.
*subject to change*