As some of you probably know by now - I never had the chance to visit an art school. What I did instead was my masters' degree in English and Archaeology... now being a marketing manager enjoying a sabbatical of undefined length (i.e. I'm unemployed and looking for a new job - which turned out to be more difficult than I expected...). Story of my life in a nutshell...
Anyway, for the first time in my life I find myself with enough time to study art in a serious way, and I try to do so by reading and working from books, using forums like this one (my absolute favourite!) and participating in the S.P.O.D thread, and daily practicing as much as possible.
BUT - I'd like to do this in a more organized way. Currently I'm switching from anatomy to perspective, from life drawings to copying, from shading to outlining... and so on, sometimes several times a week. I do not have the impression that this is as effective and efficient as I'd like it to be.
I think that to get detailled curriculum information, sided by explicit tasks you have/had to do would not only help me but also quite a lot of other people around. So who is willing and able to share the knowledge acquired at art school?