Course Tutor: Luke Skiffington
Between Autumn 2018 and Spring 2019, this newly formed group will meet every three weeks to create and follow a self-directed project, with tutorial support from artist Luke Skiffington. This Course will include both practical sessions held at OVADA and visits to Galleries, which will be ‘task’ based and designed to create more in depth understanding of a particular aspect of painting.
This Course is most suited to artists with previous experience of painting who are looking for feedback about their work and who are wishing to progress their own ideas in a supportive environment. Participants will need to allow time to work on the projects in their own time between the sessions.
The course comprises of 12 sessions held on Thursdays (10am – 4pm), starting on 20 September 2018 and finishing on 23 May 2019. There will be breaks during October Half Term and Christmas. Download the provisional 2018/19 timetable HERE.
£560 for OVADA Associates (£580 for Non-Associates), payable in full, in advance. Fees are non-refundable and cost does not include museum entry or travel for gallery visits.
Places Available: up to 10
Booking deadline: 31 August 2018 by email: email@example.com
This course is now fully booked for 2018-19. Please email us to register your interest for next year’s course, starting September 2019.
Materials: Either oil or acrylic paints can be used. Class participants will need to bring paint, canvases/boards, brushes and other materials as required for their personal projects.
Luke Skiffington completed a BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, London (1997-2000) and an MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art, London (2004). He has exhibited widely since 2000 and undertaken international residencies at La Napoule Art Foundation, Cannes, France in 2005 and CAMAC, Centre d’Art, France in 2006. Recent exhibitions include ‘Manuscript-Letter Home’, China Academy of Art Museum, Hangzhou, China (2017), Artist Of The Day 2016, Flowers Central, London, ‘Blueprint’, Interview Room 11, Edinburgh (2015), ‘Informal Elements’, OVADA, Oxford (2014) and ‘The Unassuming Eye’, Sobering Galerie, Paris (2014).
Please note that there is no parking available for course participants however there is a loading bay if required. 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.