Art Workshops for Adults

Studio Workshops at the Incinerator Gallery

The Incinerator Gallery’s Studio Workshops are open for bookings this autumn. These workshops offer an opportunity for adults to engage creatively and to learn a new skill or develop an existing one. Enjoy artist led workshops designed to suit a range of different skill and experience levels. Meet other creative minded people from your community too! 

All workshops run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on the day commenced, over 8 weeks. Full terms and conditions here.

Classes Commencing                
Ceramics Monday, 16 April Booked out!
Drawing Monday, 16 April Booked out!
Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, 18 April Booked out!
Fusing and Slumping Glass Thursday, 19 April Booked out!
DSLR Photography Thursday, 19 April  Book here!

Bookings open at 12am on Wednesday, 7 March.

 

Ceramics – Monday, 16 April - Booked Out!

Led by artist Sachiko Mardon, this course focuses on clay hand-building techniques as a foundation for making small useful objects. Students will learn about clay types and applications, methods of forming including pinching, coiling and slab-building, simple decorating techniques. Students will create a series of objects that will be fired and functional.

• Suitable for beginners

• 6 spaces are available in this workshop

 

Drawing – Monday, 16 April - Booked out!

This course provides instruction in a range of drawing techniques to develop each student’s ability to depict shape and outline in a confident and accurate manner. Led by artist Archie Barry, a range of techniques and artist examples are demonstrated to create depth and mass.

• Suitable for beginners and intermediate

• This class is a pre-requisite for Intermediate Drawing to be offered in winter

• 8 spaces are available in this workshop

 

Observational Drawing and Acrylic Painting – Wednesday, 18 April - Booked out!

Facilitated by artist Ben Guy this course provides a comprehensive introduction to a variety of basic drawing and painting techniques, working in a ‘draw what you see’ process. Using a range of three dimensional and two dimensional references, students gain an understanding of form, tone and basic colour mixing methods.

• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels

• 8 spaces are available in this workshop

 

Fusing and Slumping Glass – Thursday, 19 April -  Booked out!

Students will be introduced to basic techniques and methods of fusing and slumping glass through a series of guided projects. Glass artist Bethany Wheeler will explain different glass types, safety in the studio, and how to cut sheet glass. Students will create a range of small items such as bowls, platters, wall pieces, jewellery and sculptures, whilst gaining an understanding of kiln firings.

• Suitable for beginners to advanced levels

• 8 spaces are available in this workshop

 

DSLR Photography – Thursday, 19 April - Book here!

Do you have an elaborate camera hiding in a cupboard with so many buttons you don’t know where to begin? This course gives students the confidence to switch off the automatic setting and to construct the perfect photo themselves. Photographer Suzanne Balding demonstrates and explains intimate camera functions with set tasks showing how to use the camera creatively.  

Suitable for beginners

8 spaces are available in this workshop

 

 

Last updated: Saturday, 14 April 2018, 9:27 AM