Adult Art Workshops

Spring 2015 season

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!

 

March 2015

The Bank of England in Perspective

Friday 6 March | £55 |

Lucy Brennan

A drawing day at the Bank of England.

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Sketchbook Day at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Thursday 12 March | £55 |

Lucy Brennan

Fill a sketchbook at Britain’s first public picture gallery. Described as the most beautiful picture gallery in the world, we will make drawing studies of Soane’s unique and extraordinary response to this very unusual architectural commission, a theme specific to the current exhibition at the Soane Museum.

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Drawing a Dialogue

Friday 13 March | £55 |

Marianne Holm Hansen

Suitable for anyone who wishes to engage closely with architecture through drawing, this experimental workshop will consider how architectural ideas may be developed and communicated through drawing. Experimenting with different drawing techniques and media we will explore drawing both as a visual language and as a tool for looking, recording and exchanging ideas.

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Imagined Spaces: Inspired by Gandy

Thursday 19 March | £55 |

Jason Bowyer

Using watercolours, ink and dry drawing materials, and inspired by the work of Gandy, you will create interior images of imagined and existing buildings.

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Speed Drawing in the Museum

Thursday 26 March | £55 |

Lucy Brennan

This workshop will employ timed drawing exercises to improve your on-site recording skills using the Museum’s interior, exterior and the studio to build mark-making and recording techniques.

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April 2015

Architectural Paper Cutting

Thursday 30 April | £55 |

Jessica Palmer

This day-long study of architectural features and processes will begin the day with the Curator of Drawings, learning about how Soane worked, trained his apprentices and displayed his ideas. We will then build a series of 3-dimensional architecturally-inspired objects to represent aspects of buildings.

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