CASUAL LIFE DRAWING returns with another two sessions this week! Join us on Wednesday 7:30-9:30pm and Saturday 10am-12pm in our spacious studio with a professional model.
Places are limited to ensure you have room to work with a variety of mediums, book your easel HERE.
We’ve just had a last minute spot open up for our booked out THE GIVE AND TAKE OF CHARCOAL workshop that’s starts this weekend! Book the last place HERE.
Our next FOUNDATION PAINTING course begins 16th July and we have ONE spot left for the night session, and only a few spots left for the morning session! For all the details and to book CLICK HERE.
We’re thrilled to be hosting an exhibition celebrating the artists that attend our Casual Life Drawing sessions!
Please join us at the studio this Saturday 2nd June 1-3pm for a lovely afternoon of art and conversation, and see what our artists have been creating!
Pictured: Beautiful drawing by Chris
CASUAL LIFE DRAWING returns this Wednesday 7:30-9:30pm!Join us for a fun night of drawing with a wonderful model in our warm and spacious studio. Places are limited, for all the details and to book CLICK HERE.
Our friend Celeste Chandler has a new exhibition ‘Ladies Night’ which will be opened by Professor Su Baker 5pm tomorrow at Nicholas Thompson Gallery!
Merryn returns from overseas in August and we’re excited to be hosting a new workshop – COLLAGING IN COLOUR!
Merryn is also teaching her popular classes EXPLORING ABSTRACTION and IMAGE TRANSFERS, these workshops book out quickly so reserve your place early!
REFLECTING ON PRACTICE is a new workshop hosted by Yvette Grant as part of our WHAT I WISH I LEARNED AT ART SCHOOL series.
How we think about our practice changes it and often our reflection on practice can be intuitive, instinctual or automatic. In order to deepen this reflection, we can use tools to push dead-ends, reveal what’s underneath and question the habitual. In this session, Yvette will take you through two methods of reflecting on practice: firstly, reflecting through writing using the approaches of Jenny Moon; and secondly, reflecting through the practice of a philosopher’s walk.
Places are limited to 30 attendees, book your place HERE!