Credits Unlikely To Transfer

If you like drawing, but are all out of fruit bowls, why not try your hand at the human form? And if you’re destined to artfully tackle a body, then choose a good one, like the form belonging to burlesque dancer Lula Houp-Garou. She’s the subject of the next Dr. Sketchy’s Art School installment. Here’s how it works: Show up to La Grange (2704 Elm St.) by 4 p.m. on Sunday with paper, maybe an easel and the dry medium of your choice. (Though mysteriously, watercolors are OK.) After that, just settle in and start sketching. Games and contests are always in attendance as well as prizes and dranks. Class is $10 to sketch, free to ogle. To learn more, visit
Sun., Nov. 11, 4 p.m., 2012
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