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Weekdays/Time: Thu (10:00 to 13:00)
Started: 27/04/2017 (Number of Weeks: 5)
End Date: 25/05/2017
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This course will give you a general introduction to drawing. The emphasis will be on observational drawing and you will be taught how to observe and record line and tone using a range of materials. You will also be introduced to different mark-making techniques and elements of composition and will explore creative ways of using materials and techniques. It is suitable for those with no experience of drawing.
Please complete the online Application form and book your interview by clicking Apply Now at the top of this page. If no interview slots are available at the time of your application we will be in touch to arrange an interview date.
To be accepted on the course you must complete the following steps:
On completition of your interview and meeting the other criteria laid out in the application process, successful applicants will be offered a place on to the course.
RACC has created a concessionary rate on Adult Community Learning Wellbeing courses. This is for learners on a household income below £27,000, and gives up to 50% discount for learners who self-declare -
unemployed on benefits
aged 65+ living alone
There is also a 25% concession for anyone over 70.
There is also a Wellbeing project Bursary available where you could get the whole course fee paid. See our website for details http://www.racc.ac.uk/wellbeing-project-bursary.
You can enrol directly online or in person at reception.
This is a beginners course so no previous learning is assumed but it is also suitable for students with some experience who want to develop confidence is a range of materials and techniques.
Before your tutor interview you are also requested to take an online assessment in Maths and English at the college. This will help us ensure that the course is suitable for you and that you have the right English and maths skills to enjoy the course and succeed.
To help you, have a look at these online resources before you come to college to take the assessment.
The course is studio-based so projects will largely be concentrated on the still-life. The emphasis will be on observational drawing and you will be taught how to interpret your surroundings.
This structured course will introduce you to line and tone using a range of materials including pencil, chalk, charcoal and ink.
Each week will focus on a particular drawing approach such as positive and negative space, near and far, light to convey form and mark making. You will receive plenty of one to one tuition to enable you to achieve. The course will give you a chance to exchange ideas with others and participate in supportive group critiques.
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• If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in to our main reception area.
For information on course fees and
how to get additional help to pay for them look at our How to Pay for Your Course section.
Paper will be available to purchase
• Drawing & printing messy so wear appropriate clothing.
• A range of pencils, B, 2B, 4B, eraser and sharpener
• You will be advised on additional materials if they are required.
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