These Art Workshops are created to improve your visual memory and will help you to enhance yourself through creative processes.
The workshops are designed for a total of 15 hours divided in five sessions. They are experimental, creative and messy.
1- Art-Laboratory. Muscle Memory Exercise. 2 – Art – Manufacture. Exercise for Visual Memory. 3 – Art-Publishing. Exercise for attention. 4 – Abstract Art workshop. Exercise on composition, including drawing, painting, 3D assemblages and collages. 5 – Narrating through visuals. Speed-drawing class for building visual narration.
The intense hours are dedicated to increase visual memory, to open new ways of applying marks and gestures. Participants will work from browsed materials and memory, experimenting in variety of art techniques.
After the course you will increase the capacity of visual memory through creative practical processes on memory recollection, through your own interpretation of artistic styles. In addition, you will improve confidence in recognising art styles and elements of art movements. The second part of the course will focus on basics of art compositions and its application for your own visual narration. At the end of the course you will be able to transform your imagined idea into creative piece of art.
Who is running the course? Svetlana Atlavina is an artist and educator, holds an MA degree in Printmaking from Cambridge School of Art. Her practice includes printmaking, ceramics, and multimedia installation.
Suitable for all levels, groups or individuals, adults, and teenagers above 18.
Four Tuesdays in January and one Tuesday in February 2020. Register Here
Four Wednesdays in January and one Wednesday in February 2020. Register here
Three Saturdays in January and two Saturdays in February 2020. Register here