W.A.H Art Club

WE ARE HERE UK ART CLUB




2020 WORKSHOP DATE + TIMES TBC 


All our art clubs are free to attend you just need to RSVP your free space by emailing us. You will also be given a 20% voucher from GreatArtUK so you can continue making beyond the sessions.

RSVP: wearehereuk@gmail.com  

Calling all budding artists and creatives! We are very excited to have launched our FREE, all materials provided, art club exploring everything from speed dating drawing challenges, to clay hand building, digital landscape painting and more! 

As the winter nights draw in, these art club sessions aim to bring people together to explore their creative side. The first session will be kicking off with a speed dating style drawing workshop where you’ll be encouraged through a number of drawing challenges to meet new creatives and explore the different ways in which drawing can be used as a tool for recording. 

Artists and workshop leaders Jess Nash and Erin Aniker will be hosting the art club sessions and on hand to offer any advice and tips on how to perfect and explore your art techniques and skills. 

The workshops are sponsored by GreatArt UK so all art materials will be provided by them so you just need to bring yourself! Each workshop attendee will also receive a 20% off voucher to use at GreatArt at each workshop session so that they can continue making beyond the sessions. 

The workshops are free and open to people of all abilities and backgrounds with a big focus on encouraging women and non-binary people from BAME backgrounds to attend. 

Art Club Month 1: DRAWING
'Taking a line for a walk' 
October 2019


In our first art club session we explored drawing from observation through drawing sections from our still life, speed dating portraits where we drew each other in only 2 mins, blind contour drawing, drawing from music + more. 




























Art Month Club 2: CLAY 
'Make Something Useful' 
November 2019

We explored hand-building using clay through a number of warm up activities and then learnt how to 'make something useful' so to make something of use which everyone ended up taking home with them: kitchenware, bowls, mugs etc. We used a mix of air drying, stone and earthenware clays and followed up with notes about local kilns and glazes to bisque and glaze fire the stone and earthenware clay objects. 

       

     

        

All our art clubs are free to attend you just need to RSVP your free space by emailing us. You will also be given a 20% voucher from GreatArtUK so you can continue making beyond the sessions.

RSVP: wearehereuk@gmail.com

2020 WORKSHOP DATE + TIMES TBC