St Mary's Church, Littlehampton
10:00 - 12:00
2 hours x 10 sessions
Concessions available if you are: 65 or over or on a means tested benefit (evidence required)
What is the course about?
This course is an introduction to basic drawing skills. You will be introduced to mark-making, contour drawing, textures, lines and tones. You’ll learn ways to ‘see like an artist’; and have fun experimenting with different approaches to representational drawing, including measuring, using a grid and a viewfinder.
In the instance of a Government imposed lockdown if this course cannot be moved to online it will be paused until it is able to begin again. No refunds will be made due to a Government imposed lockdown.
What previous experience, knowledge or qualifications do I need for this course?
Beginners. You do not need any prior knowledge or experience to attend this course.
What do I need to bring with me?
A pad of white cartridge paper A4 or A3, a small selection of pencils – e.g. HB, 2B, 4B, 6B,. Additionally, a pencil sharpener, soft rubber, a small box of charcoal and a large sheet of A2 cartridge paper. You may also like to have other drawing materials that you may already have. You should also have a notebook and pen.
Are there any additional costs?
There are no additional costs to attend this course.
What can I do next?
You might also like to progress to other Aspire Sussex courses developed to improve your skills for everyday life, employment, health and wellbeing or to explore a personal interest, see below.
Learning for Life: Develop your skills to support greater independence, including digital skills and skills to support family learning. Courses available include; Money Management, Computers for Beginners, Personal Development, Microsoft packages and Volunteering Skills.
Learning for Work: Develop your skills for the workplace ,including to improve the chance of getting a job or to progress at work. Courses available include; Level 1 and 2 Functional Skills English and Maths, Digital Skills qualifications, Back to Work and GCSE English and Maths.
Learning for Health & Wellbeing: Develop your skills to support personal wellbeing including confidence and independence through healthy body and mind and improved nutrition. Courses available include; Yoga, Mindfulness, Cooking/Nutrition and Art for Wellbeing.
Learning for Personal Interest: Develop skills to support your quality of life, gain cultural enrichment, creative stimulation and personal fulfilment. Courses available include; Textiles, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Drawing and Painting, Pottery, Photography, History, Archaeology.
Course LocationSt Mary's Church