Experimental Life Drawing in Oxford
Failing is good! This course is designed for those wishing to take a fresh and open approach to Life Drawing. It will be experientially-led with the aim of understanding the role of drawing as a means of not only expression, but as a primary approach of understanding a creative process.
Wednesdays: 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Current Term: 9 September – 2 December 2015
Next Term: 6 January – 30 March 2016
(Please note: no class on 17 February 2016)
Cost for 12 sessions:
Book in advance: £110 (non-Associates) / £96 (OVADA Associates) or £10 Drop-In per session.
Tutor: Roger Perkins
The class will focus on the possibility of drawing- not the how of drawing. It will suit all those undertaking Life Drawing for the first time and those wishing to take a fresh uninhibited approach to their personal practice.
The individual needs of the student are the central focus of the sessions and
there is no ‘house style’ or right or wrong way of drawing- it is an individual
journey that is at the heart of these sessions.
The only requirement for the course is that you are willing to risk making spectacular failures!
Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first serve basis!
Please note: the classes are normally held in our first floor learning space, accessed via stairs only. If this would prevent you from attending, please contact us in advance so that we can discuss individual requirements.
Gallery of work