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Introduction to drawing and painting

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This course allows you to develop your painting and drawing through a series of projects which will explore line, texture, form, colour and composition. You will learn ways to explore and find your personal artistic expression, to develop your observation skills as well as your imagination. There is an opportunity to explore various media including pencils, charcoal, inks and paints.

Location: Brockley Rise Centre
Brockley Rise
Crofton Park
SE23 1PR

Starts: 11 January 2017
Ends: 22 March 2017
Number of weeks 10
Day of the week: Wednesday
Between: 1pm and 3pm
Cost: 113.00 (full), 63.00 (reduced), 63.00 (concession)

You can enrol with us over the phonebycalling020 8314 6959TuesdaytoThursday10am4pmandFriday10am3pmif you are paying by credit or debit card.

for more information about this course visit http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/myservices/education/adult/find-a-course/Page...

Introduction to drawing & painting - impressionism

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This course allows you to develop your painting and drawing using the materials and techniques of the Impressionists. You will explore the key formal elements relating to this art movement - colour, light, form and texture. You will develop your observation skills whilst learning about the major artists assotiated with the movement. There will be an opportunity to explore various media including pencils, pastels, inks and paints.

Location: Brockley Rise Centre
Brockley Rise
Crofton Park
SE23 1PR

Starts: 11 January 2017
Ends: 22 March 2017
Number of weeks 10
Day of the week: Wednesday
Between: 10am and 12 noon
Cost: 113.00 (full), 63.00 (reduced), 63.00 (concession)

You can enrol with us over the phonebycalling020 8314 6959TuesdaytoThursday10am4pmandFriday10am3pmif you are paying by credit or debit card.

For more information about this course visit http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/myservices/education/adult/find-a-course/Pages/Adult-education-course-details.aspx?directoryid=11019

Art history course in Lewisham

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This art appreciation course will follow a chronological timeline taking you through from the Renaissance to modern day works. You will study how and why art developed through history and explore art and artists through talks, the internet and visits to exhibitions and galleries. This will lead to a greater ability to form opinions about art and analyse paintings with confidence.

Location: Grove Park Adult Education Centre
333 335 Baring Road, Grove Park
SE12 0DZ

Starts: 09 January 2017
Ends: 20 March 2017
Number of weeks 10
Day of the week: Monday
Between: 10am and 12 noon
Cost: 100.00 (full), 50.00 (reduced), 50.00 (concession)

You can enrol with us over the phonebycalling020 8314 6959TuesdaytoThursday10am4pmandFriday10am3pmif you are paying by credit or debit card.

For more information about this course visit http://www.lewisham.gov.uk/myservices/education/adult/find-a-course/Pages/Adult-education-course-details.aspx?directoryid=10716

Specialist Inclusive Music Making CPD and Training

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Between January and March 2017 Surrey Music Hub is offering a range of bitesize, twilight training sessions to include;

  • Music and Autistic Spectrum Disorder

19 January 2017, 5.00 - 8.00pmVenue: Electric Theatre, GuildfordUnderstanding ASD and developing strategies for successful engagement such as appropriate language, visual cues and structure. Apps and activities suitable for music leaders in a variety of SEN/D settings.

  • Advanced Music Technology

8 February 2017, 4.30 - 7.30pmVenue: Surrey Arts, Guildford (TBC)This tutorial will provide you with an understanding of advanced digital audience workstation (D.A.W) use, live performance and songwriting with electronic styles. There will also be an introduction to using Push and Ableton.

  • Mix it up: How can we ensure everyones included?

27 February 2017, 4.30 - 7.30pmVenue: Lockwood Hub, GuildfordMusical games and percussion ideas for whole group engagement. Vocal techniques to encourage speech and language development and understanding. Suitable for new or experienced Music Leaders and Peripatetic teachers.

  • Music Education in Behaviour Units and Youth Offending settings

2 March 2017, 4.30 - 7.30pmVenue: Leatherhead Theatre, LeatherheadThis session will provide you with an understanding of the alternative provision available to young people who have been excluded from mainstream education, and strategies to support musicians working or wanting to work in these settings.

  • Music Education and Challenging Behaviour

23 March 2016, 4.30 - 7.30pmVenue: Leatherhead Theatre, LeatherheadBased on many years of working with young people, the trainer will o er practical advice as well as a theoretical framework to avoid the escalation of poor behaviour, combined with strategies to deal with challenges when they occur.

  • Music apps and iPads in SEN settings

(venue and date TBC)

Got an iPad but not sure how to use it for music making in a school or community setting? Learn how to use basic apps to produce quality music or simply have fun moments whilst teaching.

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Voice & Yoga class

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Would you like to explore your unique voice through movement?

This method integrates specific yoga positions with contemporary vocal techniques that focus on exploring inner resonance and developing the power and full expression of the human voice.

Sunday,11th December/3,15 pm - 5,15pm / Islington

Booking & More info HERE

What to expect?

Each session will start with relaxation - to rest your mind, breath and body; follow up with muscles, breath and voice warm-ups. Main part of every session is a sequence of specially designed postures that are accompanied by unique guidelines that support your breathing, sounding and voice exploration.

There is no previous experience necessary. We all have an access for adopting this approach

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Prestigious Student Artist Award

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Fine Art Trade Guild are proud to invite you to enter the inaugural Jorge Aguilar-Agon Student Artist Award 2017! Open to emerging 2D artists internationally in their final two years on a higher education art course, the award provides recognition for up-and-coming artists talent.

The winner will be decided by the Fine Art Trade Guild's Fine Art Committee who will be looking for excellence and innovation. They will select the shortlist and winner of the Jorge Aguilar-Agon Student Artist Award 2017, announced at the annual Art and Framing Industry Awards in May 2017, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Why Enter?

  • The overall winner will receive the sought-after Fine Art Trade Guild hand made glass trophy that will be awarded by Jorge Aguilar-Agon.
  • The winner will receive 2 complimentary tickets to the Awards and will dine with industry greats - a brilliant opportunity to network and learn from the best (including the Guild's own Fine Art Committee).
  • Winning an award as a student will look amazing on your CV and will give you that sought-after edge in your future career.
  • Towngate Publications will capture, proof and print the winning image to Guild Standards. Producing the first 20 prints of a limited edition print run!
  • The winner's artwork will be professionally framed by a Guild Certified Picture Framer, and will be exhibited in the Guild Artist Exhibition 2017 - both at the private view in Stratford-Upon-Avon, and during the London leg of the exhibition at the Guild Gallery, Wandsworth.
  • The winner will be featured in the award winning Art + Framing Today magazine along with their artwork, as well as being displayed on www.fineart.co.uk until next years award!

How to Enter?

Entering this award will give you the chance to push your talents to the fore; winning one will give you a boost that money cannot buy! So what are you waiting for?!

Dont delay, enter our award today and show us just how talented you are!

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