High school students interested in improving their drawing skills are encouraged to apply for this four-day program.
Learn to draw or refine your drawing skills in the context of Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater, one of America's most significant works of architecture. High School Residency: Drawing Intensive is for students entering grades 10 through 12 who are curious about a career in the visual arts, design or architecture who want to improve their drawing skills. This four-day program emphasizes sharpening observational and creative skills, learning and improving drawing abilities, and developing a body of work through a variety of drawing techniques, styles and media. All skill levels are welcome to apply. Led by teaching artist Ivan Chow, this program provides an opportunity for students to examine and explore Frank Lloyd Wright's ideas, while living and studying at this remarkable site. Situated in the scenic Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania, Fallingwater serves as a catalyst for the investigation of the building, its history, construction and its relationship to the natural world. Tuition is $650 and applications are due by May 15, 2019.
Eligibility: High school grades 10-12