**Please note: This course is now fully booked**
Use museum artefacts as a basis for studying the fundamentals of drawing with a view to developing creative work and an appreciation of the museum’s treasures.
You will study a range of art and objects from within the museum galleries, from Egyptology to taxidermy and from paintings to pots.
Use a range of ‘dry’ media including graphite and charcoal and draw inspiration from the lines, tones, textures and forms inherent within the museum’s collections.
Explore how to apply and develop these elements within your own work.
This course is suitable for beginners as well as those wishing to refresh and develop their drawing skills. Sessions facilitated by experienced tutor and artist Carole Waring.
This seven week course will run from Thursday 6 October until Thursday 24 November 2016 on the following days:
- 6 Oct, 13 Oct, 20 Oct, 3 Nov, 10 Nov, 17 Nov, 24 Nov
To find out more about this course or to book your place, please visit the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA)