Next: 17 August 2020
Next: 17 August 2020
Join the Free Drawing School live online every Monday at 10am.
The Free Drawing School Online continues led by this year’s artist Kirsty McKeown. The online Free Drawing School will continue weekly led by Kirsty McKeown until the classes can meet physically.
The Free Drawing School Online Challenges with guest artists will become a monthly programme from September. Kirsty’s workshops at Hospitalfield will take place outside with appropriate distancing until the weather becomes too chilly.
The Free Drawing School challenges are designed to be done at home with the resources you can bring together from your drawers and cupboards.
The details of the challenge will be announced here and on social media at 10.00am.
You will have two hours in which to complete the challenge and post your work either in the comments on the Facebook event for others to see or on twitter or instagram with the hashtag #freedrawingschool.
You can also email your outcomes to email@example.com
The Free Drawing School is made possible with generous funding support from The Robertson Trust and The National Heritage Lottery Fund.
Materials needed for Drawing Challenge 17 August
Rule based drawing – the same every time but different.
Next week we are going to be doing some simple rule-based drawings.
You will have no control over the rules but will have complete control over the moment-to-moment intuitive decision making – resulting in many different interpretations of the same thing by each of you. Rules and instructions will be revealed on the 17th August!
You will need some basic materials:
– Template (optional) please download from here
– Variety of pens and pencils (any colours you like)
– Variety of paper (white, coloured, patterned etc)
– Set of compasses or a selection of circular things to draw around
– Objects with interesting shapes you can draw around (can be literally anything)”
“Hello everyone, its Kirsty here.
For this weeks drawing challenge we are going to be creating some simple rule-based drawings.
You will have no control over the rules but will have complete control over the moment-to-moment intuitive decision making. This will hopefully result in many different interpretations of the same thing.
You can use one of the templates provided or draw your own; I like lots of little boxes and circles but you can make them bigger if you prefer. Use any drawing materials or paper in any colour you like.
Once you have mastered the rules you can start to break and re-interpret them! Add coloured sections, collage, layer drawings, trace them…”
Please share what you have made using #freedrawingschool or by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org