What courses can I do after this?
What the course leads to?
The aim of this course is to broaden your understanding of drawing and equip you with the skills and confidence to make your own artwork. This course can be undertaken in isolation or as the first term of three Adult evening Art courses at the college. Next term, there will be a focus on printmaking and finally, the third term will address the human form – gesture and expression.
Work produced can contribute to a portfolio for applications to college and/or university courses. Fiona, your tutor, will be happy to discuss this further in class, should your desire.
To do this course you should have...
There are no requirements for this course, other than an enthusiasm for drawing.
|Course Code||Start Date||Costs 16-18||Costs 19-23 (with concessions)||Costs 19+ (no concessions)|
* Please note fees are subject to change.
Each week you will closely observe and draw a new natural form. You will use different media, technique and approach, so as to broaden your range and skill in drawing. Each workshop will make reference to artists – historical and contemporary, and you will be guided with one-to-one and group support, as well as tutor visual exemplars and demonstrations. Towards the end of the term, you will work on a more sustained outcome, with your preferred approach. Participants will be invited to exhibit online.
Dates: Mondays, 13thSept - 6th Dec 2021
NB There will be no session on Monday 25th October.
Duration: 12 sessions
More about the course
What you need to bring?
a folder to store and transport their work. The smallest recommended size is A3, although A2 is preferrable
a pencil case with pencil, rubber, sharpener, biro pen and fine liner
apron/ messy clothes
You may be encouraged to bring in an interesting fruit or vegetable, shell or other natural object of your choice. There will also be a selection of objects to choose from.