Join us for evening mixed media workshops led by Joel Sydenham throughout the Autumn. These sessions are suitable for all levels of experience and will focus on technical skills and simple media.
7 – 9pm
23 & 30 September
14 & 21 October
11, 18 & 25 November
All 7 Sessions: Full Fee £135; Retiree Fee £115; Concession Fee £100
Pay as you go rates: Full Price £23; Retiree Price £20 ; Concession Price £17
Limited to 10 artists
These evening mixed media workshops provide a wonderful opportunity for you to further your drawing and painting abilities and enhance your creative process. Guided by experienced tutor and artist, Joel Sydenham, you will
- improve your technique
- gain confidence in your abilities
- develop your own creative style
- create artwork you love and are truly proud of
- enhance your portfolio
We’ve designed these workshops so that you have the opportunity to make art in your own style, as well as explore mixed media techniques or even learn to work in a completely new medium. You will be supported individually by the tutor and receive regular feedback and demonstrations that could help you improve your own specific style, or create more dynamic work.
You’ll spend about half the time working on subjects of your own choosing and the rest of the time working on study pieces that will help improve your technical skills.
The workshops have lots of practical exercises, tips and advice; but the two hour sessions are relaxed. You also get the benefit of developing your skills in the company of like minded people and draw inspiration from each other.
We shall provide the following equipment and materials:
- A3 & A4 Mixed Media paper
- Sketching paper
- Collage material
- Supplementary materials like coloured pencils, markers, erasers and rulers
You will need to supply the following materials for this course:
- Pencil set for sketching (4B – 2H)
- Sketch Book / Pad
- Precision Eraser
About the Tutor
Joel Sydenham (chidi3s) is a visual artist based in Acton. He has a degree in chemical engineering which he gave up to fulfill his dream of being an artist and follow his passion for connecting with people on an emotional level. Not only is Joel a painter, he writes and performs poetry around London and has a range of merchandise. He is also a mentor for The Prince’s Trust.
Joel has a passion for community development and has run over 50 workshops for charities, educational organizations, and youth centers across London. He also works as an Art Tutor with Hounslow council’s adult education, where he creates and teaches adult and family learning courses. He believes every individual is born a creative genius, and as a tutor he aims to help people gain the necessary skills to express their genius.