100 Drawing Projects
In this dynamic course you will move swiftly through many aspects of drawing, from traditional methods to contemporary experimental approaches. You will be taking 100 drawing projects in 5 days. They will give you the chance to explore and experiment with a variety of concepts and subjects.
Projects are fast and designed to encourage you not to be precious but to think in a free-ranging, open-minded manner. The emphasis will be on the production of concepts rather than ‘slick’ finish.
This course is not about receiving step-by-step technical instruction. But what you'll get is lots of opportunities to develop your creativity, generate ideas for your drawings and expand the directions that they can take.
- You will explore many themes such as time, memory, observation and chance.
- You will be guided through a wide variety of drawing approaches and styles.
- There will be illustrated talks on artists who have explored drawing in both traditional and experimental ways.
Who should take this course?
Anyone who wants to learn about all the possible drawing skills, techniques, materials and approaches.
Those who want to build up a diverse and rich portfolio of drawings quickly.
Entry requirements: None
Level: Beginners as well as more experienced students.
Read more about this course on the CSM Short Courses blog http://csmshortcourses.myblog.arts.ac.uk/
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Rod Judkins is a London-based artist, illustrator, designer and writer. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art he has had numerous solo exhibitions in London and abroad. He teaches on conceptual-thinking seminars at many colleges and has written two books, The Art of Creative Thinking, and Change Your Mind: 57 Ways to unlock Your Creative Self.
Read an interview with Rod on the Short Course blog here.
You will not need to bring any materials with you for this course as materials will be supplied.