I completed the art workshop earlier today. This was my first teaching experience.
The hours of preparation and deliberation helped meet my targets.
The 3 hour event was extremely successful.
If there is a next time, I may consider the following:
1. The length of the workshop
2. Getting support from friends and family
3. Do multiple test runs, prior to the event
Here are some pictures from this morning.
The St Matthew’s workshop is tomorrow (06.01.2019) from 9.30am – 12.30pm.
I hope to create, 3 unique pieces of art. The subject for each piece will be about Location, Diversity and The St Matthew’s estate
Here are some closeup of the 500mm by 1000mm canvas, we will be using.
The idea is to help the participants explore, 3 different art techniques.
1. Action Painting
3. Abstract Art
This is my first workshop, and I am really looking forward to delivering the project for the community.
2018 has been a great year. I was formally introduced to fine art. Completed 3 months art residency at studionAme, and then successfully exhibited new body of work. I took away so many highlights and memories, some of which will be locked away in my brain, forever.
The art workshop has been finalised and ready to complete for Sunday 06.01.2018. The schedule is to setup the space for a 9.30am start.
I distributed 1000 leaflets within St Matthew’s. The pre-registered event was filled shortly after.
I will be introducing 3 art techniques, which should translate into 3 canvases (500mm x 1000mm).
The workshop finishes at 12.30pm. This is my first Workshop, so I hope to learn from this event also.
It has been a while since my previous post.
I have taken a few months off to focus on other projects.
The Outside In exhibition created a backlog of work. I am over the most challenging period now.
The art event has been formalised, and the leaflet below has been forwarded onto the printers.
I am expecting this to arrive just after Christmas. Distribution of the leaflet will be done thereafter.
Not much of an update this week. I had a back injury so it was difficult to get out of bed.
The challenge we experience when the body is not functioning normally, puts everyday tasks into perspective.
Away from this, I have set out a plan for the St Matthews workshop. I am looking forward to delivering the project very soon.