- ABOUT THE COURSE -
©HOLLOWAY VENTURES INC.
Visual Storytelling is a 8 week course consisting of eight subjects, fourteen classes and a final exhibit.
The course starts on the first Monday of the month and meets Tuesday's & Thursday's from 4:30pm - 6:00pm. Classes run concurrent, so it is important to attend each class to successfully complete the course.
Class size is limited to 15 students, so register early.
Graduation Exhibit: May 27. (subject to change)
(THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE)
Single classes and tutoring are scheduled individually.
1. Intro to Drawing: Apr 6 & 8
Students use lines and shapes to create objects.
2. Intro to Color: Apr 13 & 15
Students learn to mix colors and use color to create mood.
3. Drawing in Perspective: Apr 20 & 22
Students use a horizon line and focal point to create depth.
4. Character Design: Apr 27 & 29
Students use lines, shapes and forms to learn anatomy.
5. Narrative Story: May 4 & 6
Students use creative writing and images to make a story.
6. Setting & Mood: May 11 & 13
Students learn the picture plane and create an environment.
7. Visual Story: May 18 & 20
Students use expression and character design to portray an idea.
8. Final & Exhibit: May 25 & 27
Students will exhibit and speak about their final project.
Holloway Ventures Studios is currently taking applications for the April 5th Course. However, due to Covid 19 that course is subject to change.
What is Visual Storytelling?
Art is a communicative subject and plays a major part in your daily experiences. From street signs and labels to books and ads, art will always be a part of our society. Every piece of art tells a story and The Visual Art and Storytelling Course teaches you how to tell yours. It is designed to allow your imagination to come forth by creating images that tell any story you want to tell.
What will you learn?
Art can be a very scary subject. So I help you bring your stories forth by using basic life skills that you already possess. You will learn how to use lines to make the shapes that create the art you want to display. I will teach you how to color your images, how to set an environment for them and how to express your thoughts to others.
When producing, there is a professional quality that you will display from initial concept to final piece. I use problem solving, clear concept development, planning, and strategic thinking to ensure your conclusions are complete and accurate to your idea. At the end of the course, you exhibit your work and speak about what you created.
I look forward to exploring art with you and I hope that you will find this course invigorating and enlightening.
Randall C. Holloway