FREE INTRODUCTION CLASS

19th OCTOBER | WEDNESDAY 6pm SAST

This class gives some background to the Drawing with Mindfulness philosophy and is also an introduction to some simple drawing exercises. If you're unsure about signing up for a course or a drop-in class, you're welcome to attend this one to find out more and get a feel for the classes.

Image: Albrecht Durer’s Pillow Studies 1493

NATURAL HISTORY

14th SEPT - 5th OCT | Wednesdays 6pm SAST

This very popular course themed around Natural History celebrates the craft of observation. We'll explore mindful drawing through ideas such as the importance of the intrepid amateur, the contrasting impulses behind a drawing, and the simple pleasures and benefits of observing the wonders of nature. A course brimming with colour, texture and a global cast of characters, both human and non-human!

4 x weekly classes | ZAR650/ $42

*All courses include access to summary notes, recordings and an interactive class page.

Image: Nudibranch by Kumutaro Ito, ca1908

TRAVEL (Oh the places you’ll go!)

21st JULY – 11th AUGUST | Thursdays 6pm SAST

A course for wanderlust. We look at how drawing has always been used to record travels and explorations, from the first known map of the world drawn almost 3000 years ago, to the spirit-world depictions of the San, to the Moroccan notebooks of Delacroix. As we draw the places we've been, to the places we long to go; as we delight in journeys both geographical and metaphorical, it's clear that both drawing and travel hold the promise of connection.

4 x weekly classes | ZAR 650/ $42

*All courses include access to summary notes, recordings and an interactive class page.

Image: Susan Veeder's journal of the whaling ship Nauticon, 1848-1853

DROP-IN CLASSES!

Wednesdays/Thursdays 6pm SAST

Drop in for just one session.

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ZAR 175 per session

Image: Francisco Goya, Young Witch Flying on a Rope, 1828

I have always been embarrassed by the squiggles that come out of my fingers and I am now drawing with great joy. It is a very thoughtful exploration of drawing as a medium and a catalyst for making marks that express something.Brenda

“Loving the classes and drawing again. It’s reigniting the fun in my practice, and reminding me why I love making.” Ruby

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