‘Sketching Movement’ is a chance to reinvigorate your artistic practice and bring bold aesthetic choices into your work. Ideal for those who love drawing, life drawing and mark-making, participants will work alongside artist Curtis Holder (2024 John Ruskin Prize winner & Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2020) as well as Suzy Willson (Artistic Director, Clod Ensemble) and dancer Fukiko Takase.
The morning session will consist of technique- and skills-sharing among the group. Participants can then put the morning’s learning into practice in the afternoon session, capturing Takase’s dynamic movements on paper.
Materials will be provided by Clod Ensemble.
We are able to offer fully-subsidised bursary places to three attendees of this workshop. These places are primarily designed to allow people on low incomes to attend. This includes, but is not limited to, low-waged/unwaged attendees and those in receipt of benefits.
If you would like to inquire about taking a bursary place, please get in touch with us directly by emailing [email protected] before Sunday 11th February. Successful candidates will be contacted after this date.
This event is wheelchair accessible. Further information about access to Clod Ensemble’s studios will be emailed to attendees in advance of the event. If you have accessibility requirements that you would like us to be aware of then please email [email protected] and we will do our best to help.
February 18, 2023 10am-5pm