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Events for January 29, 2019

9:30 am

Introduction to Watercolour (6 Week Course)

By Mark Bradford
Studio 1

Event Dates:

Course Description

Explore the techniques and use of colour in watercolour painting. This course will focus on a range of subject matter and is suitable for all abilities.

Materials provided.

Drawing & Painting Mark Bradford

12:30 pm

Upcycled Notebooks ( 2 Week Course)

By Sally Chinea
Studio 1

Course Description

Over this 2 week course we will create a unique A5 note book in the traditional Japanese Blue Boro style and learn core bookbinding skills of folding, cutting and sewing.

Week 1 We will use fabric scraps (or participants own personal fabric/old clothing) and a simple running stitch, to create layers of fabric, a unique cover for our book.

Week 2 we will go on to learn the traditional long stitch, exposed binding, adding cartridge paper pages to our books.

Fabrics & Textiles Sally Chinea

7:30 pm

Creative Recovery (12 week course)

Course Description

Do you yearn to be an artist, novelist, poet, playwright, filmmaker, photographer, actor, singer? Did you always know you wanted to be creative but somehow day-to-day life got in the way? Want to reconnect with your inner artist? A course in Creative Recovery could be the answer. Adapted for UK users from Julia Cameron’s ‘The Artist’s Way’, this 12-week course is aimed at those who wish to uncover or rediscover their creative self. It is a course of self-discovery that allows you to be creative. Facilitated by a local practitioner who is a qualified therapist and teacher who has received Julian’s blessing to spread the word.

Creative Recovery Jane Wilkes

Portrait Painting with Acrylic (5 Week Course)

By Susan Allen
Studio 1

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Course Description

Learn to paint a portrait in acrylic. Basic painting skills will be covered in this step by step approach to create a realistic portrait.

Drawing & Painting Susan Allen

Intro to Printmaking (3 Week Course)

By Lola Swain
Studio 1

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Course Description

These workshops will focus on exploring the endless possibilities of collagraphic printmaking. Collagraph is a very creative and experimental form of printmaking using non-specialist materials using texture to create a board. This affordable and environmentally friendly printmaking technique produces amazing results with tremendous image and textural potential. Participants will learn to use both relief and intaglio printing techniques required to make their own print. No previous experience needed.

Lola Swain Pottery & Printing

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