Workshops

Drop in and draw.  Easels, drawing boards, paper and materials supplied.  A fun friendly class, suitable for all levels, we aim to create a relaxed environment to liberate artistic growth, allowing unique styles to flourish in a stimulating atmosphere. Different male/female models every week.  Short and long poses.  

 

Cool music, easels, drawing boards, paper, materials, KitKats, coffee, tea and sympathy at no extra cost.

kingston life drawing

Life drawing workshops

Pay on the day drop-in sessions

 

Tuesday 10.30am - 1pm

Cass Art, Kingston

Drop-in workshop 2.5 hours

£15 per session - 33% Student discount

 

 

Thursday 6.45 - 8.45pm

Cass Art, Kingston

Drop-in workshop 2 hours

£12 per session - 33% Student discount

 

The next workshops are Tuesday 28th and Thursday 30th November.

 

Last workshop dates before Christmas are Tuesday 5th, Thursday 7th, Tuesday 12th and Tuesday 19th December

 

Monthly full day

January TBA

 

10.30am to 4.30pm

£35 session - 33% Student discount

 

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The full day workshop gives you the chance to work from long poses.

 

Drop in and draw different male/female models every week.  Short and long poses, easels, drawing boards, paper and materials supplied.

 

The studio workshop is based on the traditional French Atelier system. It gives artists open access to a studio in which they are able to work from a model.


A fun friendly workshop, suitable for all levels, we aim to create a relaxed environment to liberate artistic growth, allowing unique styles to flourish in a stimulating atmosphere.

 

Cool music, easels, drawing boards, paper, materials, KitKats, coffee, tea and sympathy at no extra cost.

 

The sessions are not tutored, but just stick your paw in the air if you need help - no comment will be made on your work unless you request it, allowing you to overcome self consciousness.

 

The oldest private life drawing group in the area established in 2011

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The Art Space, Cass Art

103 Clarence St., Kingston KT1 1NW

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Corporate

Workshops

 

Suitable for all levels - a relaxed, fun experience ideal for boosting creative thought processing, team creativity and development.

 

Workshops, corporate events, entertainments and parties - a fast, fun, energetic atmosphere remains relaxed with creative exercises putting everyone at ease.

 

Life drawing is one of the best ways to keep the brain sharp. Expand your perceptions, widen your perspective, enhance observational skills and experience a terrific sense of achievement. 

 

Robin is a professional artist and holds adult education teaching certificates.

 

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Corporate life drawing event London

 

Graphic Novel

 

Students create their own graphic short stories (cartoon).

 

Learn the basics. explore narrative and storytelling through drawing, working from both observation and imagination, with contemporary examples used as a starting point to explore the huge potential of this graphic medium.  No artistic skill necessary, all materials supplied, suitable for all ages - all you need is a photo (printed or on phone) or an item on which to base a story

 

Suits age 16+

All materials supplied

 

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Graphic novel workshop in Kingston

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Kingston Life Drawing

The BBC programme How to Stay Young listed life drawing as one of the best ways of keeping a youthful brain.

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Art and Design, Music and Drama specialists at our UK exam board OCR have selected the five main reasons to study creative subjects:

1. The arts make self starters and develop emotional intelligence
All require the student to set their own agenda from within themselves, rather than follow set topics as in other subjects. They have to make independent decisions all the way, and be self-critical. They also need to be brave in exposing their creations, and accept criticism. Working in teams makes students into good communicators.
2. The arts are stretching
Music, art and drama require long hours of hard work and dedication. Students have to pay great attention to detail, to perfect and redo. Putting on a play, exhibition or concert takes strong organisational skills.
3. Arts students are highly sought-after by employers
Many employers now actively seek those who have studied the arts. Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, was fond of saying his success was due to his hiring artists and musicians fascinated by technology rather than computer geeks. Top talent management agency, The Curve Group specialising in financial and business services, concurs: “Employees with an arts degree have developed more quickly in their roles from the start. They have discipline, confidence and can accept criticism.”
4. Arts ‘reach the parts other subjects can’t reach’
The arts develop the broader dimensions of the human being – mind, body and soul. The arts can express the inexpressible and make sense of things that otherwise do not seem to. This can be very fulfilling and helps us function as human beings – which can only be good for society as a whole.
5. Arts ‘reaches the students other subjects can’t reach’
Teachers find arts subjects particularly beneficial for two groups: those who struggle with traditional subjects and those who are high achieving. Less academic students can become defeatist if they feel they can’t achieve: drama, music or art can be the place they blossom. With studious students, the arts can bring them out of themselves and be a release.
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