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New Art Courses for Spring/Summer 2019

We have just launched our new season of art courses running from April 2019 to September 2019! Our classic favourites such as Drawing and Painting Developing Practice and Ceramics: Getting Started are bookable now as well as new courses that include: Technical Drawing, Dry-point Printmaking and Screen-printing for Beginners. All carefully selected and run by some of the most interesting artists, makers and creative thinkers working in Glasgow today.

Highlights this Spring include:

Mold Making & Casting Weekend
Artist: Kevin Andrew Morris
Date: Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 April 201
Time 10am – 4pm
Price: £105

During this 2-day class participants will be introduced to the basics of mold making and casting using clay and plaster. Creating molds is a simple technique that allows you to make repeated and perfectly formed ceramics. Participants will use a combination of found, gathered and brought objects to produce simple textured tiles/forms that will go on to be used to cast low-level plaster reliefs/one piece sprig molds. Following this you will then be introduced to making multiple piece molds and slip casting, a method of making ceramic objects using liquid clay and multiple piece plaster molds. This course is suitable for complete beginners and those with experience in ceramics.

How to use your Digital Camera
Artist: Jess Holdengarde
Date: Tuesday 7 May – Tuesday 11 June 2019 (6 weeks)
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Price: £120

This is an introductory photographic course for those wanting to learn more about their Digital Camera. The course will combine photographic theory and practice enabling beginners in photography to be guided in an understanding their camera and the fundamentals of photography. Furthermore, students will learn how to use their cameras as a medium for creative expression.

Mono-printing Masterclass
Artist: Fraser Taylor
Date: Sunday 12 May 2019
Time: 10am – 4pm
Price: £50

Learn how to create striking, urgent and playful prints through the accessible yet complex art of mono-printing. This course will focus on an experimental approach to mono-printing, working predominantly on paper. Content and image will be guided by individual interests in conjunction with developing a visual understanding of the local landscape. Participants will be encouraged to produce a series of related works in this productive and fun session. The class is suitable for complete beginners and those who have tried mono-printing and want to learn more about the technique from a master mono-printer!

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Posted by: Studio Pavilion

Date: 7 February 2019

New Art Courses for Spring/Summer 2019