September – December 2014
A variety of workshops for adults
Friday October 24 2-3pm BDS Room, First Floor
Bristol charity Alive! and the RWA are partnering to hold an innovative and fun intergenerational event, with local school children and care home residents working together to create a large scale artwork for the Big Draw event. Come along and watch, or take part in related activities!
Thursday 30 October 1:30pm - 3.30pm
Join Karen Davies and Alice Hendy from Let's Make Art to create a bold, colourful sculpture in the style of Alexander Girard.
Thursday 30 October 10:30am – 12 noon
Join Karen Davies and Alice Hendy from Let's Make Art in an exploration of Alexander Girard's work.
From Athens to Bristol: The Parthenon Sculptures and their place at the RWA. Dr Harriet Batten-Foster
Saturday 18 October 10.30am – 4.30pm. Fedden Room RWA
This series of three lectures and a gallery tour will spotlight one of the RWA's more unusual features: the replica of the frieze from the Athenian Parthenon in the upstairs Sharples gallery.
Tuesday October 28 10.30am-12.30pm
Do you have a secret side to your personality?! Join children's book author-illustrator Katie May Green for a portrait workshop with a difference. Create your own double sided self-portraits, capturing your best and worst sides!
Saturday September 27, October 25, November 29, December 20 10.30am - Midday
If you are looking for more focussed art-making workshops, exploring a range of skills and techniques, from colour theory to proportion and perspective, then Scribble and Sketch EXTRA could be just for you! It will be run alternately by our regular Scribble and Sketch tutor, artist Anouk Mercier, and children's book author-illustrator Sarah Smith.
Saturday August 2, September 13, October 4, November 1, December 6 2014 10.30am-1pm
Scribble and Sketch offers a morning of fun and informal drawing workshops and exercises for families, led by Bristol Drawing Club founder and artist Anouk Mercier. Suitable for all ages and abilities.
12 October – 7 December 2014
The RWA's Annual Open Exhibition - now in its 162nd year - is a key event in the art calendar