MAKER – 2a High Street, Inverkeithing, Fife KY11 1NN
tel 01383 271839 email email@example.com
Drop-in Drawing @ Maker
every Tuesday 11am-2pm
OPEN DRAWING – UNTUTORED: This is a drop-in drawing session from 11am-2pm. Some materials and equipment supplied but feel free to bring anything you’d like to use. The sessions are led by Jeanne Dron, who is there to offer advice if required and support as you follow your own practice. If you used to draw and have been thinking about taking it up again, or if you want to put aside some time each week for some drawing practice, or even if you are a complete beginner and its something you’d like to give a go in a non-judgemental and supportive atmosphere – come along to Maker on Tuesdays! The sessions are FREE although a small donation is appreciated (if you can) towards refreshments.
Drawing for Fun – Kids Class (new)
Saturdays 10am – 12noon
September 15th – 29th /break/ October 27th – December 8th
Building on the success of our adult Drawing For Fun, Inverkeithing Arts will be running a Children’s Drawing for Fun class led by tutor, Rosie Gibson.
This is a 10 week, course (October holidays excluded), exploring a variety of different approaches to drawing, aimed at building confidence and creativity in a fun and relaxed group setting.
The Saturday morning class is suitable for children in the 8-12 years age group and will take place at Maker.
Drawing for Fun Beginners
10 week course, beginning Thursday 20th September 2018
A new session of our Adult Drawing for Fun class will begin on Thursday September 20th at Maker. Tutor, Rosie Gibson, will once again be leading this popular course, suitable for beginners and those wishing to explore their creativity or rekindle their creative practice.
This 10 week course, based around Betty Edwards’ book Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, will explore a variety of different drawing approaches and techniques, in a fun and relaxed group setting.
Watercolour with Jeanne Dron
A Course for Beginners
6 week course – Sundays 10.30am-12.30pm, 28th October – 2nd December
Loved art at school? Or do you have a paintbox gathering dust in a drawer? Maybe you just yearn to to be able to paint?
There is no need to be put off by watercolour’s difficult reputation. This beginners’ progressive course is for you, providing a thorough understanding of the medium, including techniques, brushes and papers.