Location:
Forest Arts Centre
Cost:
£15/£13.50 concession per session
Dates:
19 Jun 2024 - 13 Nov 2024
Category:
Art and Craft, Classes

Immerse yourself in a tutor-led session, focusing on shape, space, light, human form and rhythm - get to grips with the basics of this classic drawing skill, exploring a wide range of materials and scales.

This session is a sociable event designed to allow artists to meet and discuss work.

What you need: Wear clothes you don't mind making a mess in and bring your own drawing equipment if you so wish. We provide all materials.

Tutor: Emily Glen 

Emily is an experienced sculptor and craft maker and has been working in the New Milton area creating and delivering work for several years. Emily has experience working in a local care home programming and delivery art activities and specialises in model making. Emily brings a lot of creativity to her work and allows participants to 'make their mark' and express themselves in a fun and safe way. Emily is an integral part of the Forest Arts Centre programming as she delivers the majority of our holiday clubs, creative camps and summer schools as well as teaching weekly for our Crafty Kids Club! Emily also works for Arnewood School in the Art Department making her a vital connection between Forest Arts Centre and the local school. 

Tickets: £15/£13.50 concession per session - FREE glass of wine or soft drink included!

Session: Wednesday 12 October and 16 November, 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Book your space on Art Class with a Wine Glass: Life Drawing at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!

 

  • A wine glass infront of a line drawing

Dates and times

  1. Wed 19 Jun 2024
    6:30pm
  2. Wed 10 Jul 2024
    6:30pm
  3. Wed 18 Sep 2024
    6:30pm
  4. Wed 13 Nov 2024
    6:30pm

We’re phasing out booking fees at Hampshire Cultural Trust but ask you to consider making a donation to our work instead.

Our ever-expanding programme of workshops, exhibitions and performances improves wellbeing, health and happiness - and it’s never been more important for local artists and audiences alike. We also work with and for Hampshire’s most vulnerable people and know the positive impact creativity can have on people of all ages.

Please help us to change lives through culture by adding a donation to your booking. Thank you.

 

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