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Watercolour made easy

This course is aimed at beginners and progressors. You'll affirm and unlock your skills by trying out a variety of watercolour techniques. Learn all about the different types of watercolour paper, and how to stretch it. The different effects you can create by working on pre wet versus dry paper. Try out techniques for layering, washes, graded washes, colour mixing, backruns and cauliflowers, creating texture, and more! This class takes place on the first or second floor of the Brockley Rise Centre. We are in the process of arranging for the lift to be replaced, so temporarily there is no lift access. If you have mobility issues please contact our enquiries line 0208 3143300 or email adultlearning@lewisham.gov.uk for help and advice before enrolling.

Watercolour made easy (APP0049BR)

On:

Friday
from 1pm to 3. 30pm

For 5 weeks.

Starts

17 January 2020

Ends

14 February 2020

Where:

Brockley Rise Centre
Brockley Rise
Crofton Park
Se23 1pr

Cost

£77 (full)

£43 (reduced)

£43 (concession)

Enrol now

To enrol call 020 8314 6959 Monday to Thursday 10am–4pm. More ways to enrol

Call: 020 8314 6959

What prior knowledge, experience and qualifications will I need?
No prior knowledge or experience is required to enrol on this course. This course welcomes all levels and learners with some experience are also encouraged to enrol.

Learning Goals:
Complete basic watercolour experiments Explore various watercolour techniques Complete a minimum of 2 watercolour pieces. To identify and achieve a personal goal, as discussed with your tutor

What teaching methods will the tutor use?
The tutor will use a range of teaching methods during the course which will include the following: Demonstration - both group and individual, one to one tuition, group work, assessment of progress, observation, discussion / question and answer sessions.

What assessment methods will the tutor use?
The course tutor will use a range of methods to assess progress on the course. These may include: Observation, evaluation of work samples and question and answer sessions

Will extra work be required outside the class times?
This will be discussed with the course tutor at the first class and will vary depending on the level of class and the topics to be covered.

What materials will I need for the course and how much will they cost?
A small charge is included in the course fee for basic art materials and a model where applicable. You may be asked to provide additional materials / tools etc. for your course. This will be discussed with the course tutor and may not be covered in the course materials fee. Please do not purchase anything before your first session unless requested to do so. No liability can be accepted for expenses incurred for a course cancelled / altered at short notice.

What do I need to bring to the first class?
This is a practical subject, please wear suitable clothing. Materials will be provided for you each week but if learners wish to bring their own materials they are welcome to.

Options when finished
The department offers a wide variety of Art, Pottery and Performing Arts courses. Information about these courses is available through the tutor, the Curriculum Leader or the ALL programme.

Additional information
NB: ALL cannot be held responsible for any items including work, materials, tools etc. left by the learner in our workrooms. All learners are expected to remove items during the holiday periods, at the end of the course and when disposal deadlines are set by the tutor.

For general enquiries and course availability information call 0208 314 3300. For more detailed information and guidance about the course:

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