This course offers students the opportunity to learn the craft of traditional menswear kilt making. Students are taught by specialist staff who will offer practical advice and instruction together with personal encouragement in discovering individual creative skills.
This course will introduce students to basic workshop practice and the use of traditional jewellery tools and equipment.
This course is designed to develop the student's individual creativity and direction, with some taught projects.
The course offers an introduction to a variety of creative bookbinding techniques and equipment.
This Foundation Printmaking course will cover basic processes in Relief and Intaglio Printmaking, including monoprinting, linocut, collagraph, drypoint and hard-ground etching.
The course introduces the student to basic drawing skills and the fundamental formal and experimental processes/media involved in developing drawing ability.
Students will have the opportunity to explore a number of metal forming techniques including an introduction to fold forming and anti-clastic raising, creating form using the fly press, raising/sinking small bowls, forging and spoon making. Colouring of metal through an introduction to enameling on 3 dimensional forms will also be covered.
The course accommodates students who wish to build on previous study, and further develop their personal practice. This will vary depending on level of experience and desire to develop drawing or painting from the figure.
This course is sympathetic to the needs of those just beginning to discover and develop their interest in painting. SATURDAY MORNING
Expand your creative skills and understanding of the camera through both studio and location photography.