Saturday 15th June
1pm - 4pm
A good reflective practice means:
- Learning to listen to ourselves
- Noticing patterns
- Challenging our assumptions
- Changing what we focus on and how we view our work.
Elizabeth's class on Reflective Practice will sharpen your understanding of what a reflective practice is, and demonstrate how this can be an effective approach as an artist, to growth and progression. The class will offer tools and exercises including 'free writing' and 'mind-mapping' to help you become a reflective practitioner. Students will learn through presentation, hand-outs, group and pair discussion and by producing written work throughout the afternoon.Students may find it useful to bring photos of their creative practice and any notebooks/sketchbooks in which they already write or document their work.
Tutor: Liz Monahan
Elizabeth is a figurative artist whose practice is primarily concerned with ideas of identity, emotion and narrative. Most recently she has produced a series of large-scale works based on her own family's Brownie Box 'snaps'. These intimate yet ambiguous images use drawing to explore the poignant links between photography, time and memory. Elizabeth has also worked as an illustrator and an English teacher. Her love of literature, language and storytelling continue to inform and influence her artwork. Elizabeth teaches drawing as part of the Anteros Arts Diploma and also Tutors students on a one to one basis to guide them in developing their own style of work.
Saturday 15th June - Reflective Writing
To book your place please fill in the course booking form (available for download on the courses page).
Return it via email to email@example.com, by post or drop into reception at Anterous Foundation, 11-15 Fye Bridge Street, Norwich NR3 1LJ.