Drop in and Draw – Summer Term
10.00am – 1.00pm
£12.00 per session (all proceeds go to the Folk House charity)
8, 15, 22, 29th November
6, 13th December
Spring 2020 dates
17, 24. 31st January
7, 14, 28th February
6, 13, 20, 27th March
NB: This is a drop-in class that runs every Friday during term time.
This is an ideal opportunity to drop in and practice drawing from a life model in a friendly and focused environment. Classes are based in our Art Room which will be set up by our facilitator. The facilitator is there to set up and time the model. There is no formal tuition in these classes. Poses and length of possess will be decided by the model and facilitator at the beginning of the class. The normal structure is shorter poses at the beginning and longer poses after the break. Please feel free to move around the room if the pose is not to your liking. The facilitator organises the models and will rotate the models on a regular basis (subject to availability).
If you would like to particular pose please speak to the facilitator or office before the class or before the next session.
It is on a first come first server basis.
There are 12 places available each week.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before it starts to set up. You will not be able to enter the classroom after the class starts at 10am. This is due to the disruption for other drawers and also to respect the privacy of the model. We will not accept bookings after this time.
Some weeks it can get booked up, so we advise coming between 9.15-9.30 if you want to guarantee a place.
Price: £12.00 per session. Paid at reception. We accept cash, cheque or card. You must sign in at reception on arrive.
What is provided:
- Easels (floor and desk) / Donkeys
- Boards for drawing and painting
What you need to bring:
- Your preferred materials – pencil, painting, charcoal, pastels etc.
- Paper, canvas, board etc.
- Masking tape or bulldog clips
- If you will need to use fixer please do this outside of the building in the courtyard.
- Please use low occur or odourless sprit for oil painting.
This session is open to anyone of all abilities, although as this is an untutored class we would suggest that you have some experience of drawing and/or painting.
If you are interested in taught life classes, please have a look at some of our weekly courses and workshops.
Your preferred materials – pencil, painting, charcoal, pastels etc.
Paper, canvas, board etc.
Masking tape or bulldog clips
If you will need to use fixer please do this outside of the building in the courtyard.
Please use low occur or odourless sprit for oil painting