Arts Lab: Creatures in the Draw(ers) Workshop

Venue Arts Lab, Space: Studio 20

Running time 180

Tutor(s) Claudia Schmid, Diana Collins, Arts Lab

Prices

£30, booking essential. We reinvest profits from these workshops to support creative learning and opportunities for those who are financially challenged. This enables Arts Lab to work towards fulfilling its aspirations of a meaningful social impact

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Next date 17th June 10:00 am

About this event

Claudia Schmid and Diana Collins are artists who use the doodle and invented imagery in their practices. They invite you to join in the process of drawing, using creative methods to help unlock playful discovery.

Claudia Schmid and Diana Collins are artists who use the doodle and invented imagery in their practices. They invite you to join in the process of drawing, using creative methods to help unlock playful discovery.

This workshop is a great opportunity to approach drawing in a loose and playful way. We will be looking for and developing those creatures and characters that inhabit us by bringing them to the surface. They will surprise us and we will surprise them by giving them a new life on paper, card, clay or whatever material we choose to work with.

There is an option to stay for longer on the day @ £10 per additional hour
Age suitability 16+

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Sunday 17th June
   

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The Dartington Experiment began over 90 years ago when our founders, Dorothy and Leonard Elmhirst, set out to build a community inspired by the idea of a ‘many-sided life’.

Today, we believe that their vision is more relevant today than ever before. We aim to be a place where people can realise their individual and collective potential, and are given a chance to connect with themselves, each other, and the environment.

Across the estate, a programme of events and visitor attractions operate year-round; artists, makers, farmers, educators, craftspeople and entrepreneurs live and work; and the community continues to ‘learn by doing’, finding inspiration in the Elmhirst’s progressive ideas and experimental approach.

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