Fee: £55 per session (early bird discount booked and paid for by February 29th)
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Creative Progression is ideal for any, writer, artist or creative entrepreneur with faltering creative direction.
If you are blocked, thwarted, unfocused, time-poor or overwhelmed but determined to make 2020 a decisive year for your creativity.
These two workshops separated by eleven weeks (time to take action and make progress) will drive you and your creative practice forward. Designed to re-energise you giving the tools and the momentum to formulate a clear vision and crystallise your ambitions and turning them into a realistic, timely and achievable plan.
Creative Progression Workshop with Patricia Mullin
Saturday 11th April 12pm - 2pm
David Jones will be showing inside his sketchbooks, which are full of beautiful ink and watercolour sketches. There will be an opportunity to sit and talk to the artist about his work, and to view the sketchbooks amongst an exhibition of finalised pieces.
Feel free to bring along a sketchbook of your own and get inspired by the exhibition.
The undercover oddness of Pre-Raphaelite painting, with its pussy footing around sex, receives a jolt around 1890. Artists coming from an amoral position as Aesthetes, use print media to present disturbing complex visions around desire. Fiona will examine this shift in connection with artists Aubrey Beardsley, Ricketts and Shannon, and the writer, Oscar Wilde.
This talk relates to the Aubrey Beardsley Exhibition at Tate Britain
Art Talk with Fiona Fitzgerald
As part of her exhibition, Celia will also be running two workshops priced at £3:
Saturday 28th March 2pm-4pm
Pilgrimage of the Animals
Make your own artwork inspired by the 100 species of animals threatened with extinction. Using mixed media techniques. Book here.
Saturday 4th April 2pm-4pm
Make Statistics into Art
Make graphs into art that people cannot resist. Based on climate change statistics. Book here.
Saturday 4th April 11am and 2pm
Climate Change Talk
There will also be a free talk in the Main Gallery by Mark Taylor on Climate Change running at 11am and repeated at 2pm. No booking required.