An Introduction to Drawing and Mixed Media with Sarah Hunt
Five week Creative Course
Autumn 5-week Term 1:
21 September – 19 October 2020
Autumn 5-week Term 2:
2 November – 30 November 2020
Half Term: 26–30 October 2020 (no teaching)
We are committed to working with our artists and communities in continuing to provide opportunities for creativity during these challenging times. Together, we have been working throughout lockdown in reconfiguring our courses to ensure the safety of all concerned without compromising on quality. Find out more about our new safety measures.
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Who is this class suitable for?
Suitable for complete beginners or anyone just needing a creative ‘jumpstart’ welcome.
What will be covered in the class?
This 5 week course is perfect for anyone who wants to build their creative confidence and learn new skills.
Each week we will explore different techniques together in a fun and playful way. You will experiment with drawing and mark making in a variety of media, learn how to create exciting compositions and use colour effectively. Along the way we will explore a wide range of artists’ work and take inspiration from them to use in your own work.
You will work towards creating a finished piece of original art as well as a sketchbook of ideas, ready to take you on your new creative journey.
What will I need to bring?
- A sketchbook – A4 or larger with good quality paper (around 130gsm)
Selection of black fine liners
Drawing pencils (HB, 2B, 6B are a good start)
A set of basic brushes suitable for watercolours or acrylics (not needed first week)
A set of acrylic paints including white, black, blue, red and yellow (not needed first week)
Art Room, only accessible using stairs.
Sarah gained her Master’s degree in Contemporary Crafts from Falmouth University in 2009. Alongside creating her own work, she is an experienced tutor, leading art and textile workshops for both children and adults for nearly 10 years. Sarah has also worked for arts and health charities promoting the benefits of creativity for well-being, and travelled in South and Central America learning about their textiles and culture. She is passionate about experimenting with new creative skills and sharing them with others in a relaxed and playful way..