Drawing Jam is Gage Academy of Art's annual winter event. Typically, the event is held in-person at the school, where attendees get to experience artist demos, activities, and live performances throughout the day, all over the building. Like last year, Drawing Jam will be an entirely LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT held on Saturday, December 11th from 10:00am-6:00pm.
Throughout the day, attendees will log into the online event platform and will be able to check out a variety of global artist demos, art panels, live model drawing, and more, all from the comfort of the attendee's home. The FREE event will be family-friendly and open to all ages from kids to teens to adults. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email that will include a link to the Drawing Jam Demo Page, where you will be able to access the schedule of demos, as well as individual Zoom links for those demos.



10:00-11:00  Painting Impressionist Light and Glow
Diane Crago

11:00-12:00  Skittles Tromp L'oeil Painting
Larine Chung

11:00-1:00  Clay Gestures
Mike Magrath

12:00-1:30  Illustrating a PNW Scene in Ink & Watercolor
Eleanor Doughty

1:00-2:30  Drawing the Portrait with Charcoal and Chalk
Nicholas Enevoldsen

1:00-3:00  Flora and Fauna: Snowy Owl
Kristin Frost

1:00-4:00  Sculpting a Sketch of the Human Figure
Elijah Strongheart Evenson

2:00-3:30  Expressive Portrait Drawing & The Art of Seeing Presentation
Ned Mueller

3:00-6:00  Building a 2-Figure Composition in Black and White
Kimberly Trowbridge

3:00-6:00  Modern Drawing Techniques
Geoff Flack

3:00-6:00  Underpainting and Wipe-out Techniques
Tenaya Sims

4:00-6:00  Digital Painting the Clothed Model
Gary Faigin

Plus, Youth Demos by Misa Steinmetz, Jessica Heide, David Sun, Willow Heath, and Lara Kaminoff!


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