Making Time: Figure Drawing
Make time for creativity with live figure drawing at the Rose! Engage in an afternoon of close-looking and figurative drawing inspired by the work of Salman Toor, now on view in the exhibition Salman Toor: No Ordinary Love.
Led by Alfredo Gisholt, Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Brandeis, this drawing workshop will provide materials, a live model, and prompts to keep your creativity going. This in-person workshop is geared toward adults of all ages. Space is limited to 12 participants.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Alfredo Gisholt was born in Mexico City. He attended the Academia de San Carlos and has a BFA from Florida International University and an MFA from Boston University. Gisholt has had solo exhibitions at CUE Foundation, NYC; Forma110 Gallery and Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston; University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor; and Recinto Project Room, Mexico City. He has been featured in Beer with a Painter in Hyperallergic, Painter’s Table and The Brooklyn Rail. He has exhibited in group shows at Park Place Gallery, NYC; Museo de Arte Popular, Mexico City; and Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, among others. Gisholt teaches at Brandeis University and RISD and has been a visiting artist at the Vermont Studio Center, University of Houston, Fashion Institute of Technology, and Boston University. He lives and works in Boston.