21 and 22 Nov 2020
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Tutor - Jill Carter
Saturday 21, 10.30am - 4.30pm and Sunday 22 November 2020, 11am - 4pm
STOP BEING NEAT OR NICE, in your artwork lead by Jill Carter. Explore your own stories, thoughts and life events through the process of journaling, using paints, crayons, pens, inks, text and stitched collage elements. Discover inspiration, playfulness, poetic nonsense and well-being, by journeying through a landscape of memories, experiences real and imagined, and dreams of future possibilities. Have fun experimenting with different mixed media and and colour, bringing together different elements of practice and exploring our childlike creative spirit. The idea is to be less than perfect, go off the page, perhaps go big, or go home!
If you would like to be added to a waiting list for this class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Before booking we ask everyone please read our Safety Precautions that are linked here and our updated Terms and Conditions below.
Participants must be 16 or over.
All students are required to wear a facemask. Those who have an age, health or disability reason to not wear a face covering please email email@example.com before your class. Please read through our full safety precautions here.
If eligible, discounts must be applied when first purchasing your class and cannot be given retrospectively. Please contact us if the discount code is not working.
All basic materials provided for this workshop (heavier weight papers available at cost price). Please bring an apron or wear clothes suitable for an art studio. You may wish to bring in something to take work home.
If you have a disability, learning difficulty or mental health issue which you feel may affect your participation in your chosen class, please either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 906 7606, prior to booking, so we are aware of any needs you may have. If you need to bring a Carer or Support Worker with you to the class, please inform us when enrolling so we can make arrangements. The RWA has disabled access through its main entrance and level access to the cafe and shop on the Ground Floor. There is lift access to the Main Galleries on the First Floor as well as access to the Long Gallery and accessible toilet on the Lower Ground Floor. If you require the use of the Accessible Parking space please contact front desk on: 0117 973 5129.
Refund and Cancellation Policy: We will no longer be giving any cash refunds. If we are unable to hold a course or workshop in the drawing school as a result of an external factor outside of our control, such as a new lockdown, we will endeavour to provide an online version or similar by the Tutor and will not provide an alternative or refund. In the case that you have COVID-19 symptoms, you would not be able to attend the class, we can offer an RWA gift voucher. If we cancel a course or workshop for another reason, such as tutor sickness, then participants will be offered a different date, course/workshop or RWA gift voucher.
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