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Nature Art Course with Richard Shilling
Mon 24 April 2017, 10:00 – 15:30 BST
Join us for this Natural Art Practitioner's Course with Environmental Artist Richard Shilling. Suitable for Forest School Leaders, teachers, artists, art students or anyone wishing to learn about environmental art techniques and methods.
Self perceived artistic talent is not required! The techniques you will learn are easy to follow and you will be amazed at what you will be able to create including the now infamous leaf box.
Price is £65 per person, the whole day can be booked by a school/group/organisation for £650 please email RichardShillingLandArtist@gmail.com for details. Discounts are available for teachers, students and forest school leaders.
In association with www.BrightwoodTraining.com and Oxford Artweeks.
When your interest is in teaching natural art to younger children we will:-
(for Forest School Leaders, Primary School Teachers etc)
Explore easy and accessible techniques to create striking sculptures suitable for all ages
Learn about different materials and what they can be used for
Explore different creation methods using natural materials only and techniques with limited tools
learn about group and individual activities that foster appreciation of nature and the environment, feed the imagination, expand creative skills and encourage team participation
When your interest is to learn about the philosophy of ephemeral nature art and how to put it into practice:-
(for art students, artists etc)
We will explore the creation process and how the art is developed by deepening your relationship with nature, through the practice of ephemeral art we seek to discover the subtle nuances in nature and be drawn into the environment and start to understand the cycles and processes of flux and transience
You will be guided through this process so you can discover for yourself its ethos via its practice and then take away with you a deeper understanding of how to continue your journey and make further progress through this art form
Investigate different creation methods and techniques using natural materials and limited tools
Space is limited to 20 participants. When available Julia Brooklyn, another environmental artist, will also be instructing.
The workshop will take place at Badbury Clump, near Swindon Oxfordshire.
By booking a place on this workshop you agree to these terms and conditions.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What do I need to bring?
Waterproofs, warm clothing, sturdy footwear, packed lunch, something to drink. Something to sit on (sit mat, small camp chair) would be useful.
You may also want to bring gloves, sometimes we use mud so rubber gloves or similar are handy. Gardening gloves are useful to handle rough materials such as bracken stalks.
How do I get there?
If you are driving use the post code SN7 7NJ for your Sat Nav.
For full details of how to get there, where to park and the facilities available please see https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/badbury-hill#Facilities%20and%20access
Are children allowed?
Accompanied children are allowed. Parents or guardians are responsible for their welfare at all times. Be aware the workshops are designed for older children and adults and the day is not really suitable for very young children.
What is the refund policy?
Full payment required to hold your space on the workshop.
If cancelled more than 7 days prior 50% of fee will be refunded.
If cancelled less than 7 days prior fee is not refundable.
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
Tickets are not transferable.
Are concessions available?
Depending on numbers attending the workshop concessions are available please email RichardShillingLandArtist@gmail.com to discuss if you would like to attend.