Architecture in Watercolours
The Architecture in Watercolour course is designed to teach students to represent architecture in the medium of watercolour. The students will learn basic and advanced techniques in the first hour of each class, and they will spend the second hour applying those techniques to subjects of their choosing or per instructor suggestion. The course will be taught online in synchronous and asynchronous modalities.
Materials will be discussed at the first class meeting.
DATES: 7 Tuesdays: January 26 - March 9, 2021
TIME: 7:00 - 9:00pm
FEE: $140 (+ materials)
MODE OF DELIVERY: Asynchronous/Hybrid Instruction - Zoom
INSTRUCTOR: Thomas Di Santo
QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at (805) 234-1727 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Meet the instructor|
|Tom Di Santo AIA, Architect is the Principal Architect of M:oME and a Professor in the Architecture Department at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, where he teaches design, theory, watercolour representation, book publication and the implementation of sustainable principles. He achieved his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and earned a Master of Architecture degree (M.Arch II) from L'Ecole d'Architecture de Paris-La Defense. He has been the Director and Principal Professor of the Studio_TICINO: Summer in Switzerland Architectural Program since 2009. He teaches watercolour through the Cuesta College Community Programs. His interests range from family (wife Eva and children Trinity and Nico) to watercolours, from poetry to music, from furniture to design-build, from graphic design to fine art and film, and from photography to travel. He is also a DJ. His show “Speak Low” can be heard Sunday evenings on KCBX (90.1 fm or www.kcbx.org) in San Luis Obispo.|