EDUCATION – STUDY DAY/WORKSHOP
Wednesday 8 May, Wednesday 12 June, Wednesday 10 July, Tuesday 6 August, Wednesday 11 September and Tuesday 8 October 2024. From 10.00am till 5.00pm.
£25 per person per day. The costs include tea and coffee on arrival and throughout the day. Bring your own lunch. Afternoon tea with home-made cake is provided at the end of day.
Discussions and refreshment breaks will be on the Ground Floor of the Mansion. Students may practice their skills in various locations, including the 1st Floor and Cellars of the Mansion, the Gardens and the Walled Garden. Access to Cellars and 1st Floor of the Mansion is currently via staircase only. Ground Floor of the Mansion is suitable for wheelchair access. Gardens are undulating/uneven lawn surfaces with some paths on a sloping site. The Walled Garden is also on a sloping site. There is very limited access currently for wheelchair users in the Gardens. Wheelchair users who may be interested in attending should contact the number below to assess the suitability of this event.
You may enrol in as many classes as you wish. The course is limited to 10 people per session. The core focus of the class is on drawing studies from observation. However, you are welcome to extend this into painting, should you wish. This class is suited to those with some experience, beyond beginners’ level, in either drawing or painting. Easels will be provided - along with some basic materials, though we suggest you bring a choice of your own. More detailed information, regarding the day, will be sent beforehand.
The tutor, Dilys Bidewell, is an artist and experienced teacher, with a degree in Architecture and an MA in Fine Art, who was a regular visiting lecturer on both under and post-graduate Fine Art courses for many years.
Please contact Alan Cox on 07799473108 for details.
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