Popular daytime observational drawing classes focusing on artefacts in museums and historic collections. Every session has planned content and takes varying approaches to help you build up your own techniques and style. Lots of fun and suitable for everyone, whether you are a beginner, a more experienced student, or are new to pen drawing.
A majority of the materials you will need are provided along with tea, coffee and biscuits but you will need to provide your own lunch.
Adams Heritage Centre Drawing Project
17 Main Street, Littleport, CB6 1PH
Part of a series of study days based on observational drawing of still life subjects from the Adams Heritage Centre collection. One of the objectives is to assist with creating an online collection of drawings of the centre’s artifacts and participants will be given the opportunity to contribute their drawings to this collection. Focusing on simple concepts and practical techniques, this course is suitable for everyone: whether you are a beginner, a more experienced student, or are new to drawing in pen.
Museum of Cambridge
2-3 castle street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ
Part of a series of observational drawing courses that focus on the wonderful collection of objects in the Museum of Cambridge. Interesting still life subjects combined with practical techniques and useful drawing theory make this a unique experience. The course is suitable for everyone: whether you are a beginner, a more experienced student, or are new to drawing in pen.