In the News: Furry Friends Join Life Drawing Class

Students in instructor Candace Couse's drawing class got a visit from some furry friends last week as part of their course work. Rather than having a human model as the subject for the class, the instructor decided to bring canine models into the classroom to switch things up and give the students experience with different body forms. Visual Arts student Ally Sweitzer (pictured) was among those who enjoyed drawing (and playing) with the special guests during class at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. The students experimented with completing quick drawings of the dogs while static and in motion.

In the News: Figure Drawing Class Visited by Professional Dancer

Check it out: "On Thursday, March 7, Visual Arts students in instructor Candace Couse’s Figure Drawing course welcomed Brock instructor and professional dancer Heryka Miranda Pellecer (pictured) into their studio at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. While Pellecer danced and moved around the studio, the students focused on capturing her body in motion in paper and engaging in experimental drawing. The course has welcomed a variety of alternative models this semester (including therapy dog Tequilla), to allow students a wide variety of subjects as their honed their ski

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