Italian and Drawing Classes in Florence at Parola
Learn to Draw While Learning to Speak Italian at Parola School
Parola Italian language school offers a drawing technique course two afternoons per week which can be combined with any of our Italian language courses in the historic center of Florence.
The drawing course may be taken by itself or combined with any of our Italian courses, as one of our supplementary class in Florence.
Note that Parola also provides a light drawing course offered specifically to Au Pairs in Tuscany and it can also offer a painting course in combination with its Italian and art courses.
About The Drawing Course With Parola School
The goal of our drawing program is to provide students with a rational method to depict the human figure, as this subject remains one of the most complex models of artistic study.
The foundation of the methodology is supported by the study of freehand drawing and supplemented by a program of exercises to be completed outside of class. This makes monitoring student progress more effective.
Along with the guidance of the professor, students may decide to study either classical or contemporary freehand drawing techniques. Students may even choose to learn to draw cartoons and comics.
Our drawing professor teaches students how to achieve the sensitivity of lines, composition, shape, and proportion with the following skills:
- Freehand drawing of static objects
- Freehand drawing of shapes of the body and head
- Freehand drawing of figures in space
- Freehand drawing in movement
Italian Language in The Morning And Drawing in the Afternoon
Parola Italian Language School’s drawing technique course is usually offered in the afternoon after 2 pm at our school in Florence.
This schedule allows the drawing course to easily be combined with all levels of our Italian language courses. Alternate times and individual training may also be available for the drawing courses upon request.
- Three or five mornings per week, participate in the Italian language lessons either in a group or an individual class
- Two afternoons per week, take lessons in the drawing technique lessons also taught at our school in Florence
Parola’s Drawing Lessons in Florence Focus on Technique
Our drawing course can be structured to focus on either classical or modern technique.
Our drawing course is able to provide both absolute beginner and intermediate levels, while providing students with the most relevant drawing techniques together with learning Italian.
Our teachers encourage the development of the students’ individual styles by offering drawing both inside a classroom as well as outdoors.
GROUP LESSONS – DRAWING TECHNIQUE
To combine drawing with learning Italian, the prices below would be added to the fee of whichever specific language course you choose. A minimum of 3 students is required for group drawing courses.
Note: for the language course options in Florence, please visit our course prices.
- 80 €
- 160 €
- 240 €
- 300 €
Light Drawing Course For Au Pairs in Florence
€70 – 2 hours per week on either Tuesdays or Thursdays – total of 10 hours over 5 weeks.
Note: The cost of materials for the drawing course is not included. For a standard course, the cost is approximately €20.
This course is specifically-tailored to Au Pairs. We also offer special class times and prices tailored to Au Pairs working in Tuscany for our Italian language program in Florence.
Materials For The Drawing Technique Course at Parola School
Parola recommends that students bring drawing paper and pencils to class on their first day. The instructor will provide more information on the necessary materials during class.
Why Take a Drawing Course in Florence?
For students who love drawing and art in general, a drawing course in Florence is a “must.” Historically, the achievements in Italian art are immense and renowned all over the world. Follow in the footsteps of the great Italian artists, from Leonardo to Botticelli and Michelangelo, by beginning your art education with the fundamentals of drawing.
Florence has always been an outstanding city for visual arts. The artistic culture of Florence has been retained in the works of many contemporary artists who learned from the masters and continue to raise the high standard of Italian art today.
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