Drawing Nantucket History: Collaboration with AAN with Steven Farem

Nantucket’s history is like none other. Seemingly frozen in time, the island’s rich history has created an environment full of iconic landmarks and sights.

This drawing workshop explores the iconic sites and history of Nantucket through drawing.  Take a peek behind the curtain as each day we will draw at a different NHA Historic site.

All skill levels are welcome!  The goal of this workshop is to provide novices and seasoned drawers with an opportunity to discover and refine their own unique skills while enjoying this magical island.  All materials provided.

This class is a collaboration with the Artist Association of Nantucket, and we be held at NHA’s Historic sites.  You will be notified where to meet the first day.

 

Maximum class size: 8

Steven Faerm is an Associate Professor at Parsons School of Design (Program Director, BFA Fashion Design, 2007-2011).  A Parsons alumnus (’94) and Designer of the Year Nominee, he began teaching in 1998 while working for such designers as Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan.  He has been awarded “The University Distinguished Teaching Award” and the School’s “Teaching Excellence Award,” and has taught and lectured internationally.  His scholarly research focuses on the future of art and design education, pedagogy, and student development.  Steven received his MEd from Harvard University and BFA in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design. He has been visiting Nantucket since the 1970s.

The mission of the Nantucket Historical Association is to tell the inspiring stories of Nantucket through its collections, programs, and properties.

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