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PORTRAIT (daytime) 2018-19

London South East Colleges - Greenwich Adult & Community Learning

Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (BST)

PORTRAIT (daytime) 2018-19
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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price * Fee Quantity
Booking Fee - 18ACLARPO- Winter AM
This is a booking fee; you will need to pay the balance before starting the programme.
15 Tickets Apr 25, 2019 £20.00 £0.00
Booking Fee - 18ACLARPO-Spring AM
This is a booking fee; you will need to pay the balance before starting the programme.
15 Tickets Apr 25, 2019 £20.00 £0.00
Booking Fee - 18ACLARPO-Spring AM
This is a booking fee; you will need to pay the balance before starting the programme.
15 Tickets Apr 25, 2019 £20.00 £0.00
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Investigate, explore, record and develop Portrait art techniques through drawing and painting. Experience the enjoyment of drawing and painting portraits, learning some of the skills and ideas involved, including structure and proportion, tone, colour, pose and expression.
Explore and learn about proportion, asymmetry  and how to convey expression from a model, props - and through the imagination.   Experiment with   pencil, charcoal. Paint, pastel, collage and Monoprint. The tutor will set studio projects, and there will be opportunities for you to develop your own themes and use of materials, once you are more confident.  The course takes place in a dedicated Art studio.

This course runs on  Thursday mornings in Winter, Spring and summer terms.  Each course lasts for 10 weeks. Each session lasts two and a half hours. 

Late starts are available; please enquire.

 

What will I learn?
By the end of the course, you will have :

  • Explored working methods for drawing and painting and experimental media to convey expression
  • Practiced drawing and painting techniques
  • Produced paintings from observation of primary and secondary source materials, and from the imagination
  • Learned about composition and started to apply this in your work
  • Developed your research skills by using a sketch book
  • Combined a basic understanding of Visual Language, Genres and Artists in a Contemporary, Global and Art Historical context, to help your studio practice.

 

What are the entry requirements?
This course is open to anyone aged 19 years and above. Otherwise, there are no formal entry requirements, only your enthusiasm!

Is this the right course for me?
This is a mixed level class, and the course is suitable for beginners or learners with a basic level of drawing and painting skills, and all those who have a keen interest in wanting to develop these individually and as a member of a class.  We encourage you to bring some of your own previous art work to help us better understand your skills when you are starting out.

What can I do after this course?
Our learners go on to use their skills in their lives in many different ways; some go on to sell their work and develop a small business. This course can be built on, as it is repeated for three terms during the year – or why not develop a new skill such as monoprint or watercolour. Learners are encouraged to show their work in local and online galleries, fairs and exhibitions.

What else do I need to know?
You should bring an apron.
There is also a small material charge per course.
We expect you to attend every session.

I’ve booked! How do I enrol for the course?

You will need to complete an enrolment form in person or by email. You must enrol, in full, before you start your course. At enrolment, you will need to provide photographic evidence of your identity. A passport is ideal. To avoid queues on the first day of your course, enrol soon after your online booking.

 

How much is the full course fee?

Fee bands are shown below as an hourly cost.

  • If you have chosen the Royal Greenwich card holder option you will need to show your Greenwich One card at enrolment. Clickhere for information about the card

  • If you believe you qualify for a means tested discount, (concessionary rate) you will need to show proof of benefits at enrolment, dated within 3 months of enrolment or accompanied by a current bank statement. e.g. if the course starts 10th October, the proof will be dated no earlier than 10th July

 

 How can I get there? Is there any parking?

There is limited parking at the Greenwich Park Centre and the Plumstead Road Campus. Click here for information on directions

 

 How can I contact the organizer?

Contact the Greenwich Adult and Community Learning by phone, email or visit a centre.

 

Call: 02039545100

Email: ACL@LSEC.ac.uk

Visit us at: Greenwich Park Centre, King George Street, London SE10 8QB

 Can I get a refund?

Fees are refunded if the course is closed. (All courses are subject to minimum enrolment numbers; if this number is not achieved, courses may be cancelled at short notice.)

For the full college refund policy, please click here.

 

 Course fees

Some courses are free. If you have paid the booking fee, you will need to pay the balance at enrolment.

FEE BAND CRITERIA - Per hour -

  FEE 1 - Greenwich resident on   means tested benefit : £1.50

 FEE 2 - Greenwich One card   holder : £5.00

 FEE 3 - Greenwich resident   without Greenwich One card : £5.55

 FEE 4 - Non Greenwich Borough   resident : £6.80

Example: If you are a Greenwich One Card holder, a 10 week course, 2 hours a week will cost you £100. A small materials charge may also be payable.

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Greenwich Adult & Community Learning, King George Street, London SE10 8QB
Greenwich Adult & Community Learning, Greenwich Park Centre


Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM (BST)


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London South East Colleges - Greenwich Adult & Community Learning

London South East Colleges offers hundreds of Greenwich Adult & Community Learning  courses, both daytime and evening, designed to help you learn a new skill, achieve your potential at work, develop skills to start or grow your own business or find a new leisure interest. Whatever your reason for learning, we have a course for you! 

There is high demand for many courses. To make sure you get a place on your course, please come in person to the college to enrol at least 2 weeks before the course starts. Please bring 2 original proofs of your ID and address – your passport, birth certificate or driving licence or photo ID – to the Plumstead Centre or Greenwich Park Centre. If your course has a fee, you may be eligible to a concession if you have a Greenwich Card or evidence of receiving a means tested benefit.

Courses are delivered at a range of venues across Greenwich includng the Greenwich Park Centre, King George Street, London SE10 8QB.

Our courses offer great value for money, and if you are a Greenwich resident you may qualify for a reduction in fees. Get in touch to find out more.

Courses start throughout the year. If a course has already begun, it's not too late to join. Get in touch to find out more. Call 020 3954 4000 or email ACL@LSEC.ac.uk

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