Our adult art workshop programme continue to offer a variety of inspiring and creative courses, including lino cutting, topographical drawing and charcoal. The workshops have become known for their excellent teaching and small class sizes, allowing for more focused instruction.
Come and enjoy this unique museum and collection with the eyes of an artist!
All workshops start at 10.15am with coffee and registration from 10:00am. Please note the Museum does not open until 10:00am
The Museum provides materials for all workshops held in the Art Room. For workshops held in other locations, we ask participants to provide their own materials
The workshop fee includes light refreshments and lunch during the day unless otherwise stated. Lunch is not provided on Saturday workshops or on workshops held in other locations
Unless stated otherwise, workshops are suitable for all abilities, from complete beginners to experienced artists
The workshop will end with a brief review session between 3.30 and 4:00pm
Further details of workshops will be sent out to participants after booking
Bookings for the Art Workshops can be made online (please see below).
Using a dry papier mâché technique and building onto a wire frame, we will make 3-dimensional figures based on antique statues. These 3D studies will be based on close scrutiny of the antique sculptures in the Museum.
Life Drawing in the Museum: The Classical Ideal and the Nude
Friday 18 September | 6:00-9:00pm | £45 |
Lucy Brennan and Marianne Holm Hansen
Join artists Lucy Brennan and Marianne Holm Hansen at the Soane Museum for a unique experience – for the first time, life drawing will be taking place in the Museum’s historic rooms. Participants will have the opportunity to work on short, fleeting views of a semi-draped figure promenading around the back of the Museum and on longer views of a posed nude in the mirrored Library-Dining Room. This exceptional evening will end with a review of the work over a glass of wine in the Museum’s Art Room.
Materials provided (only pencil is permitted in the Museum)