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Make the most of your weekends and explore our exciting range of short courses for all abilities. Learn Something New, Do Something Different & join our Saturday School community!   

To ensure you find a course right for you, please use the search field on the right-hand side or scroll down and click on the course titles in blue for more information. 

All our Saturday courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2019 and over only.

 

Accounting and Payroll 

Bookkeeping for Self Employment – Using Quickbooks

This course is for small business entrepreneurs who want to learn how to use ‘QuickBooks’ to manage their accounts. This on-line accounting software will help you to produce invoices and make and accept payments. This will enable you to better control your cash flow and make completion of tax returns easier.

 

Bookbinding, Book Arts and Paper Craft

Paper Marbling (Beginners/Intermediate)

A centuries-old art, Paper Marbling is a fun and creative way to decorate paper with stunning patterns. The course will take you through the history of marbling, introduce you to the tools, materials and techniques used in this craft and enable you to experiment with colours, inks and paints to create a variety of traditional and contemporary marbling designs.

Paper Making (Beginners/Intermediate)

This fun, hands-on course will introduce you to the art of Papermaking. Learn how to use recycled cotton pulp and other fibres and materials to form your own sheets of paper. Experiment with creating different shapes, layering with colour, adding inclusions and embellishments, watermarks and embossing. At the end of the course, you will have a selection of your own handmade paper pieces.

The Art of Paper: Folding, Pleating and Manipulation

Paper is an inexpensive sculptural material. Pliable and easily folded, pleated, cut and manipulated with simple tools. The artist can form three-dimensional shapes from simple to complex. These basic principles of making in paper can be useful for artists, architects, fashion designers and milliners. Learn some key basic techniques − hand folding, scoring and manipulation. The session will also cover tools and types of paper best suited for this art form. Please note we do not cover paper engineering for pop-up books.

 

Business, IT and Professions 

Working in schools and nurseries: Introduction to Arts and Crafts

This course will cover a range of art and crafts activities that can be used with young children in an early years setting. Each session will focus on different activities.

Working in schools and nurseries: Introduction to BSL

An introduction to British Sign Language taster course for anyone wishing to learn about Deaf Awareness and sign language in a childcare setting. This short course will give confidence to learners wanting to communicate with deaf, hard of hearing, pre-verbal and non-verbal children. The course covers everyday greetings and instructions, BSL nursery rhymes and simple storytelling activities.

Working in schools and nurseries: Introduction to Makaton

Learning Makaton can play an active role in supporting and promoting language development and non-verbal communication in children. Makaton uses signs and symbols to support communication and develops communication skills for those who struggle with spoken language. During these sessions, you will learn how to use Makaton signs to support behaviour and learn core vocabulary (single nouns and verbs) to help children make requests and express themselves.

Working in schools and nurseries: Mealtime Supervision 

This course is for anyone wishing to learn more about becoming a mealtime supervisor. You will explore the requirements of the role in relation to; working with children, having good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.

Training the Trainer

‘Training the Trainer’ is a two day (10 hour) course designed to help you gain ideas for effective facilitation and managing groups. This course is for anyone, in any role, who trains other employees in their organisation, or if you are thinking of becoming a trainer and want to gain confidence in planning and facilitating the training. It can also be suitable as a refresher course for an experienced trainer. The course will provide the participants with an introduction to the concepts of a systematic approach to training, building the skills, knowledge and abilities that are required to be an effective trainer. You are required to attend both days of this course.

 

Calligraphy 

Calligraphy: Introduction
 
Take up a pen and make your mark! Learn about the history, materials and techniques of Calligraphy while trying out a range of Calligraphy tools and processes.

We’ll look at traditional and modern Calligraphy practises and explore how different tools can influence your letters. You’ll get an insight into contemporary practise of calligraphy and have personal experience of writing with different Calligraphy tools.

To see some of the sort of work produced in these classes click here

Calligraphy: Modern 

Pick up the pen and make your first letters in Modern Calligraphy. This script is presently widely popular in graphic design and used in book design, advertisements, wedding stationery etc. We will look into the pointed pen writing, which is often called ‘Modern Calligraphy.’ We will practise and explore variations of pointed pen writing, gain insight into contemporary practise of Calligraphy, and develop your skills in writing.

To see some of the sort of work produced in these classes click here

 

Ceramics 

Using Wire with Ceramics 

We will look at contemporary makers that combine these materials and explore some of the possible outcomes. You will experiment with and create small or medium objects and fire them inside a saggar. Amongst the materials we will use are stainless steel, nichrome wire, stoneware, paper clays, nails and cutlery, with firings at low and high temperature. The use of Egyptian Paste as a bonding element at the earthenware range will be covered. This course will not cover the glazing of work.

Make a Ceramic Tile Wall Mural

An exciting opportunity to spend time designing, making and decorating a ceramic title wall mural for an interior or exterior space. You may have a space in mind that you want to design for, or you may want to make a mural or series of tiles to give as a gift. This course will give you some history, as well as learning a range of practical techniques. All levels welcome.

Plaster Press Moulds for Ceramics

Create plaster press moulds on this three-day course, under the guidance of an experienced tutor. This course explores the creative possibilities of producing plaster press moulds for shape and texture to be used with ceramics processes. We will be studying a brief history of press mould making, exploring textures and shapes that work well with this process and how to develop your own ideas. For existing ceramic students this course is ideal for ceramics students who wish to develop this part of their personal practice.

Plaster Press Moulds for Ceramics

This 2-day course explores the creative possibilities of making plaster press moulds for shape and texture to be used with ceramics processes.
We will be studying a brief history of press mould making, exploring textures and shapes that work well with this process and how to develop your own ideas.

For existing ceramics students this course is ideal for those who wish to develop this part of their personal practice.

Ceramics (Studio Practice)

This course is designed to build on your existing experiences by offering comprehensive strategies for improving your studio-based work. The tutor will give guidance while providing strategies designed to stretch and challenge you as a maker. You can follow set class projects or work on self-initiated personal projects. The emphasis is on developing your creative potential.

 

Childcare

Working in schools and nurseries: Introduction to Arts and Crafts

This course will cover a range of art and crafts activities that can be used with young children in an early years setting. Each session will focus on different activities.

Working in schools and nurseries: Introduction to BSL

An introduction to British Sign Language taster course for anyone wishing to learn about Deaf Awareness and sign language in a childcare setting. This short course will give confidence to learners wanting to communicate with deaf, hard of hearing, pre-verbal and non-verbal children. The course covers everyday greetings and instructions, BSL nursery rhymes and simple storytelling activities.

 

Computer Aided Design

AutoCAD: Intensive Introduction

This course will introduce you to AutoCAD 2016 a widely used industry-standard Computer-Aided Design software. You will learn the basics of 2D drafting, annotation, drawing set up and layout setup for printing through a series of exercises and guided projects. This course is suitable for anyone looking to work or currently working in the Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture, Product Design, Engineering or Construction sector. Students that currently study on an Interior Design/ Architecture/ Product Design etc. may find this a good addition to their skill set.

SketchUp: An Introduction

This course will introduce you to a fantastic 3D modelling tool: SketchUp Pro 2019. Currently used by many industry professionals to visualise their design projects in 3D. This course will familiarise learners with SketchUp interface, basic 2D and 3D drawing tools through several guided projects to create 3D models of objects, furniture and larger models.

AutoCAD: Intensive Introduction

This course will introduce you to AutoCAD 2016 a widely used industry-standard Computer-Aided Design software. You will learn the basics of 2D drafting, annotation, drawing set up and layout setup for printing through a series of exercises and guided projects. This course is suitable for anyone looking to work or currently working in the Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture, Product Design, Engineering or Construction sector. Students that currently study on an Interior Design/ Architecture/ Product Design etc. may find this a good addition to their skill set.

 

Computing and Digital Skills

Google Ads and My Business for Self Employment

“Google is where people search for what to do, where to go, and what to buy”. This course is for small business entrepreneurs who want to learn how to use Google Ads and Google My Business to improve their online presence, make their products easier to find and sell, and give them more control of what shows in the search results when someone searches their business name.

Microsoft Excel: Beginners (Term 1 and 2)

On this course, you will learn the basics of using Excel spreadsheets to manipulate data. This course is suitable for complete beginners and those with some experience of Excel who want to develop their skills. You will become confident in using very simple but effective techniques and learn, through the examples used in class, the potential of using spreadsheets in your day-to-day life or work.

Microsoft Excel: Intermediate (Term 1 and 2)

This course is for those who have completed the ‘Introduction to Microsoft Excel course’ or have some experience of using spreadsheets and want to further develop their skills. You will extend your knowledge and experience of spreadsheets, working on more complex tasks with the help of your tutor. Improving your Excel skills will help you be more effective at work and in your day-to-day life.

Computer Skills for Beginners

Learn the basic digital skills needed for everyday life and become more confident with technology on this course. Suitable for absolute beginners or those who feel out of touch with the latest developments in technology, this course will teach you how to create simple documents, how to use the internet for shopping, emailing, searching for work, and how to be safe online.

Computer Skills for Improvers

Improve your basics digital skills on this course. You will work at your own pace and focus on the areas you wish to develop, supported by the tutor.

Coding for Parents with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is used in schools to help learners develop coding and programming skills. These sessions are aimed at parents who would like to understand more about Raspberry Pi, and develop their own basic coding skills.

Discover Apple Mac and OSX

Mac computers are legendarily easy to use, and if you’re coming from Windows, you can learn how to click, copy, close, and more in no time. On this one-day course we’ll show you how to get the most use from the Mac’s powerful, friendly features. Through simple, step-by-step instructions, this course offers you the chance to get to know and understand how the Apple Mac operating system works and how to use it. The ideal course for Apple Mac users with little or no previous experience. You will discover how a Mac computer works, the common functions and the free creative and business software that comes with a Mac.

Google Ads and My Business for Self Employment

“Google is where people search for what to do, where to go, and what to buy”. This course is for small business entrepreneurs who want to learn how to use Google Ads and Google My Business to improve their online presence, make their products easier to find and sell, and give them more control of what shows in the search results when someone searches for their business name.

 

Creative Arts

Collage: An Introduction

This course is a brief one-day introduction to two different collage methods. Some artists find using the readymade can free you up to express yourself more effectively, while others enjoy the meticulous nature of mosaic-ing an image out of readymade coloured papers. Collage can span a wide range of methods and outcomes and this course is an opportunity to explore the potential of this process.

Crochet Workshop (Beginners/Intermediate)

This course will give you a broad introduction to the traditional and re-emerging craft of Crochet. Beginners will explore Crochet through learning its basic principles, through crafting, designing and constructing a purse or bag. You will learn about a wide variety of yarns and finishing techniques, as well as using professional terminology. Improvers in this day class will use their existing Crochet knowledge to read patterns, and make a variety of traditional granny squares.

Experimental Machine Knitting and Hand Knitting

This two day course is for beginners and improvers, and is designed to give you a broad introduction to the skills of hand knitting and machine knitting. Beginners will explore knitting through learning basic principles, creating knitted samples through colour, texture, shaping and pattern You will create your own technical file using professional terminology for pattern and textile. You will also learn about a variety of yarns and finishing techniques.

Garment Construction (Beginners)

Discover how to make your own clothes using professional sewing methods. Working with a commercial pattern, we will take a structured, step-by-step approach. You will learn to sew important finishing details and achieve a technically accurate clean, crisp finish for your garments. This course is a fantastic introduction into the world of fashion and sewing.

Introduction to Final Cut Pro X

Our two Saturday hands-on Beginners Final Cut Pro X Course familiarises participants with the user interface, teaches trainees to perform basic editing functions and how to work with new features including the Automatic Import features, Media Management and Improved Timeline. No previous knowledge of Final Cut is required, our course is designed for beginners and those with a little experience. This course will lead you through the basics of using this powerful software package, working on practical, hands-on examples and exercises ensuring you benefit from practical experience and learn useful tips and tricks.

Introduction to Tapestry and Cloth Weaving Workshop (Mixed Level)

This one day course is a broad introduction to weaving where you will explore two contrasting methods: tapestry weaving and tabletop loom weaving.
You will explore the basic foundations of weaving by creating a series of samples using a variety of materials and yarns.

Jewellery Specialism: Granulation (with Argentium Silver)

Granulation is a surface decoration technique whereby the surface of jewellery is decorated with granules or dots of metal in a pattern or design.
On this course we use Argentium Silver as it fuses very easily and is much easier to granulate than fine silver

£10 of Argentium silver is included in the fee.

Jewellery Specialism: Silicone Mould Casting

This course is an exciting opportunity to learn to create and use silicone moulds for jewellery making, in order to create and cast a small batch of identical objects, as well as original unique pieces.

Basic materials provided, but please bring a selection of small objects/ jewellery pieces to potentially cast.

Learn to Sew: Total Beginners

Join us for this one day fun and supportive class and you will learn all the basics of sewing. During the morning you’ll learn how to set up and operate a domestic sewing machine and produce a range of stitch samples including basic seams, French seams, hemming, binding and zig-zag finishing. We’ll move on to learn basic pattern language, cutting techniques and garment construction techniques such as darts and pleats. You’ll leave with a set of instructions, and your sewing samples.

Make Your Own Bag

Over this two-day course you will learn the skills of making your own bags and accessories. By choosing from two different bag designs you will learn cutting techniques and construction methods to produce your own bag. You will build your confidence on the sewing machine while learning how to work with various heavier weight fabrics and tools that can be used also to develop your own accessories. You will leave with your own bag, a template and instructions.

Metal Clay Jewellery (Mixed Level)

Metal clay is a wonderfully versatile material and will enable you to make beautiful jewellery, easier and quicker than using traditional silversmithing techniques. Metal clay can be worked like clay. When it is fired the result is of hallmark quality.

You will be able to make pendants, earrings, brooches, rings, tie-pins, cuff-links, bracelet charms amongst others.

The course fee include £10 worth of copper or bronze clay – you are welcome to bring your own metal clay too, including silver.

Garden Design: An Introduction

This one-day course introduces the possibilities and variations in garden design. You will begin to look at the elements that can be included in a design and how plant selection can impact on your design choices.

Glass Art: Casting (Mixed Level)

This course is an introduction to the art of open mould glass casting. The course will give you an introduction to kiln formed glass within historical and contemporary contexts. You will learn about kiln forming, kiln temperatures and how to finish a cast glass piece. Basic materials provided including glass to cast an object about the size of your hand. If you want to cast something bigger, your tutor can advise you about where to purchase additional materials.

Surface Textile Design (Mixed Level)

This one day course is an introduction to surface design using dyes and special pigments. You will be introduced to a range of techniques of working with colour on fabric and you will have the opportunity to explore pattern, create motifs using print and employ innovative fabric manipulation techniques to create a range of fabric samples.

Textiles: Embroidery (Beginners/Intermediate)

This course is a modern introduction to designing with embroidery exploring pattern, texture symmetry and colour. You will learn five popular stitches and the French knot. You’ll be able to choose a fun design (or a drawing of your own) to embroider for your own project.

 

Digital Arts  

Make a Business Card Using Illustrator (Mixed Level)

Whether you’re branding your own company or you’ve recently become self-employed, you need business cards to effectively advertise yourself.
Adobe Illustrator is a program used by both artists and graphic designers to create vector images. These images will then be used for company logos, promotional uses or even personal work, both in print and digital form. Adobe Illustrator is typically used to create illustrations, charts, graphs, logos, diagrams, cartoons of real photographs, and more. While the program may be difficult to understand initially, the final product will be well worth the learning curve.

Introduction to InDesign (Mixed Level)

This course is intended for people with no previous experience of InDesign or those who have used the product but require the official training on how to use the basics of the application in the best way. Ideally suited for people wanting to edit existing InDesign documents or those wishing to create very simple newsletters or flyers.
You will familiarise with the basics of print design and layout, using Adobe InDesign as the professional’s choice. You will learn the basics of working with text, images and building documents in a correct and optimised way. In this, one of our signature courses, you will work with some of the tools and features to create eye-catching printed documents using Adobe InDesign.

Photoshop for Graphic Designers (Mixed Level)

This course is open to beginners and improvers, you don’t need any previous experience as full instruction and guidance is given on how to use this software. You will be introduced to Adobe Photoshop CC image manipulation software working through the features in detail starting from the very basics. The course is ideal for those starting off in using Photoshop for graphic design and useful for learners looking to improve their skills and ensure they are using the programme as efficiently as possible.

Photoshop for Photographers (Mixed Level)

This course is open to beginners and improvers, you don’t need any previous experience as full instruction and guidance is given. You will be introduced to Adobe Photoshop CC working through the features in detail from the very basics. The course is ideal for those starting off in using Photoshop for photography and useful for learners looking to improve their skills and ensure they are using the programme as efficiently as possible.

 

Drawing and Painting   

Candid Drawing from Life

This course is an opportunity to develop skills in observational drawing when working from the figure. We will work in a number of locations near the College experimenting with the quick capture of line, shape, form, and character with a number of portable media.

Landscape Painting: An Introduction

Working from landscape around the College and photographic sources you will be introduced to various different painting methods for depicting landscapes. From technical drawing and accurate proportions to more expressive painterly techniques.

Oil Painting: An Introduction

On this course you will learn the essentials of oil painting – how to manage the palette, control colour blending, what mediums to use to alter the handling qualities of the paint, and use techniques such as glazing, impasto and bistre.

Pet Portraiture

Working from a photograph (you can provide your own if you wish), you will be introduced to various different drawing and painting methods for pet portraiture. From technical drawing and accurate proportions to more expressive painterly techniques.

Portraiture: from Life

Working with a model the group will be introduced to two different methods of portraiture – drawing using the key proportions of the face and painting with acrylics to achieve a modelled, tonal effect. Reference will be made to Rembrandt’s portraits.

Portraiture from a Photograph

Working from a photograph (you can provide your own if you wish), you will be introduced to various different drawing and painting methods for portraiture. From technical drawing and accurate proportions to more expressive painterly techniques.

Principles of Colour

On this course you will get hands-on experience of applying the principles of colour to painting. Colour theory will be discussed however the emphasis of the course will be practical. You will learn to make the most of colour, achieve colour harmonies and use neutral colours as well as bright colours.

Urban Landscape Drawing

This course is an opportunity to develop skills in observational drawing when working from the urban landscape. We will work in a number of locations near the College experimenting with the quick capture of line, shape, form, and structure with a number of portable media.

Watercolour from Scratch

This course is a very good first point for discovering the art of using watercolours. You will explore different ways of painting and drawing through using water-based media on paper, critically looking at various ideas and concepts that are used to create still life’s, landscapes and general sceneries.

 

Fashion 

Saturday Pattern Cutting (Beginners)

This course is a great introduction for anyone who is interested in gaining an understanding of how garments are constructed and made to fit. It is a great first step into the world of fashion and making your own custom clothing. You will learn how to draft a standard size 12 block and begin to understand how professional pattern cutters manipulate shapes to create exciting design options.

All courses follow on from each other, however, it is possible to take them individually.

Shibori Textiles (Beginners/Intermediate)

Learn to create textile designs using the ancient Japanese art of Shibori while dyeing and manipulating cloth to create a variety of patterns. You will be introduced to the different types of cloth manipulation such as Arashi, Itajame, Nui, Kumo, Kanako and Miura. On this course you will create a series of samples.

 

Jewellery 

Enamelling Taster

On this course, you will learn a variety of enamelling techniques and be encouraged to experiment and play. You will explore colour, pattern and texture to produce a series of sample pieces to include in a project; for example,  a pendant, cufflinks or earrings.
You will explore surface texture and learn the process of applying and firing liquid and powdered enamels, and different fixing techniques to incorporate your samples into simple jewellery pieces.

All basic materials and equipment provided, including sheet metal.

Jewellery Specialism: Granulation (with Argentium Silver)

Granulation is a surface decoration technique whereby the surface of jewellery is decorated with granules or dots of metal in a pattern or design.
On this course we use Argentium Silver as it fuses very easily and is much easier to granulate than fine silver

£10 of Argentium silver is included in the fee.

 

Journalism

Writing for Newspapers and Magazines: An Introduction

Discover the basic skills required to write for newspapers and magazines. The course includes guidance from a professional journalist on everything from generating ideas and what makes a great story to asking the right questions, writing and editing. You will also discuss and critique news and features. We will cover news and features, writing, editing and journalistic skills, good and bad taste, ethics, and the newspaper and magazine industry.

Film and Video

Introduction to Adobe Premiere

Adobe Premiere is the editing software of choice for filmmakers from the hobbyist to industry professionals. If you are shooting film or video and/or working with any Adobe software product then mastering Adobe Premiere will open the door to editing, effects, sound and graphics.
Over two Saturday’s this hands-on beginner’s level film editing course teaches participants to perform editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface.
No previous knowledge of Adobe Premiere is required.

Digital Design and Media – Photography

 

Languages  

French for Holidays (1 day intensive)

Planning for a holiday to a French-speaking country? This course will teach you some simple phrases and vocabulary, so you can communicate in a variety of everyday situations while you are away.

German for Holidays (1 day intensive)

Planning for a holiday to a German-speaking country? This course will teach you some simple phrases and vocabulary, so you can communicate in a variety of everyday situations while you are away.

Italian for Holidays (1 day intensive)

Planning for a holiday to an Italian speaking country? This course will teach you some simple phrases and vocabulary, so you can communicate in a variety of everyday situations while you are away.

Spanish for Holidays (1 day intensive)

Planning for a holiday to a Spanish speaking country? This course will teach you some simple phrases and vocabulary, so you can communicate in a variety of everyday situations while you are away.

 

Music Technology 

DJ Skills (Beginners/Intermediate)

On this course you will be introduced to a range of recording, DJ and performance skills, with an emphasis on practical skills. There will be some discussion on the music industry and music theory. If you have an interest in the art of DJing, be it purely for pleasure or as a profession, this is the course for you.

Drumming: Intermediate

You will learn to play beats fills for rock, reggae, soul and afrobeat and Latin music. You will build on your skills and ability to play basic beats and stick patterns and will develop your ability to play drums in a range of styles.

Latin Percussion (Beginners/Intermediate)

On this course you will learn drumming techniques and rhythms from Cuba, Latin America and the African diaspora; Rumba, Salsa, Bantu, Arara, and Yoruba rhythms may be included. You will also learn to apply some of the rhythms to popular music. You will learn hand drumming techniques on congas and have the opportunity to gain experience with other instruments such as timbale, bata and bongo.

Performing Arts – Music Performance – Ensembles

Guitar: Blues, Country and Jazz: Intermediate

If you want to expand your guitar playing beyond the beginner stage this course is for you. You will learn songs that are a little more complex in their chord sequences, use of barre chords, country flatpicking, blues licks and have an introduction to jazz chords, learning to play a jazz standard. We will begin to explore the fascinating world of how chords fit together to reach an understanding of the basis of all music theory.

Guitar: Blues, Country and Jazz: Upper Intermediate

On this course, you will explore the use of jazz chord shapes and inversions in the context of playing from chord charts as well as developing your blues and country-style rhythm and lead playing. There is further study of harmonised scales, modes and altered chords, towards an understanding of where chords come from and why they are as they are.

 

Photography

Introduction to Street Photography

This intensive but fun course will take you out onto the streets of Camden to help confront your fears when involving capturing strangers in your images. Explore the historical context of photographing people on the street, practise your technique in observing and capturing them, and consider the issues of consent and recognising subjects’ fears and boundaries.

You must have your own digital DSLR camera.

Fine Art Photography: Surface Finishing Techniques

This course will introduce you to a variety of surface manipulation techniques such as Craquelure, small relieve, ageing and guilding for 2D artwork (prints, canvas). You will learn how to add creatively different textures to print work. This course is ideal for photographers, craft enthusiast and Foundation Art Diploma learners or anyone interested in the subject.

Surface Manipulation of 2D Prints

This course will introduce you to a variety of surface manipulation techniques such as Craquelure, small relieve, ageing, guiding for 2D artwork (prints, canvas). You will learn how to add creatively different textures to print work.

This course is ideal for photographers, craft enthusiast and Foundation Art Diploma students or anyone interested in the subject.

Seasonal Arts and Crafts 

Christmas/Holiday Landscape for Cards

This course is an opportunity to explore Landscape Painting processes and techniques while working from a selection of seasonal scenes. Your final outcomes will either be suitable for making in to one-off personalised greetings cards or scaling and reproducing as multiples.

Christmas/Holiday Botanical Painting for Cards

This course is an opportunity to explore Botanical Painting processes and techniques while working from a seasonal selection of plants and flowers. Your final outcomes will either be suitable for making in to one-off personalised greetings cards or scaling and reproducing as multiples.

Christmas/Holiday Calligraphy

This course is an opportunity to explore Calligraphy processes and techniques while producing a seasonal quote. Your final outcomes will either be suitable for making in to one-off personalised greetings cards or scaling and reproducing as multiples.

Christmas/Holiday Collage for Cards

This course is an opportunity to explore Collage processes and techniques while creating seasonal imagery with a decorative spin. Your final outcomes will either be suitable for making in to one-off personalised greetings cards or scaling and reproducing as multiples.

Christmas/Holiday Still Life for Cards

This course is an opportunity to explore Still Life Painting processes and techniques while working from a seasonal selection of objects. Your final outcomes will either be suitable for making in to one-off personalised greetings cards or scaling and reproducing as multiples.

 

 

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