News & Events

Zoom Drawing Sessions

We are having a weekly Zoom drawing sessions, Wednesdays, 7 – 10 pm, with a clothed model, until we return to the WCC.

The cost is $10. If you can’t use PayPal, contact us & we’ll work out a different method.

Scott Hermmann is the host each week. Use the following link to join the meeting.

Join the Wednesday evening Zoom session.

Instructions:

Upon entering the Zoom meeting, please mute yourself (Alt-A on Windows, Command-Shift-A on Mac), & “pin” the model to your screen by
1. moving mouse over the model’s video
2. clicking the blue button with 3 dots
3. selecting Pin Video.

Artist & Model Roundtable

Friday, January 29, 7 – 9 pm
Zoom Meeting.

Free event.

A roundtable with hosts Iver Johnson (NY) & Sue Edwards (NC).

Join in the discussion, get connected with peers, meet coordinators, models, and artists with interests in figure drawing.

Contact Sue Edwards to get the Zoom link for this meeting. Or sign up for our mailing list and receive information about all OFD events with Zoom links in your inbox.

Plans for Reopening

Probably not till Spring

Westcott Community Center may not be available to us until the pandemic is over. Their current plan is to allow visitors only when they have staff available to supervise. They plan to only have staff available during their normal business hours. OFD uses the center on Wednesdays, after they close, and on Sundays, & they are not open on Sunday. Until further notice, we will continue holding Zoom sessions, & possibly indoor drawing sessions, if we can find another suitable location.

Fund for iPad Pro

Help Us Raise Funds

We received funding to acquire a Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 and an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil, with the condition that we raise funds to purchase a second iPad Pro. These will be available for artists to use during Open Figure Drawing sessions at no additional cost.

We are very excited to give artists this opportunity and hope you will help us raise the $1000 we need to purchase the second iPad Pro and Apple Pencil through our GoFundMe campaign.

Open Figure Drawing, since 1989