Summer School 2019: Venture into new avenues and explore your creativity in the Corban Estate Arts Centre annual series of creative workshops for adults, taught by industry professionals.
Venturing into new avenues and exploring your distinctive creativity are key at Summer School 2019. Based onsite amongst the greenery of Corban Estate Arts Centre from January 14 - January 18, there are 8 unique Summer School arts workshops on offer featuring the specialist skills and talents of a renowned line-up of local and international artists.
From wood carving, printmaking, drawing, Shibori dyeing, realistic portraiture, novel writing, landscape painting and glass casting, there are many potential creative directions in store for participants.
In Summer School 2019, learning takes place inside and outside of the classroom. Immersed in a wonderful week of hands-on and practical workshops, participants will not only be interacting with like-minded peers and stellar tutors, they will also have the opportunity to take part in a range of additional free activities which include connecting with resident / onsite studio artists through studio tours, learning about tutors through the tutor showcase, and exploring the beautiful site.
Whether one is a serious creator or just wanting to reconnect with their creativity, Summer School 2019 is a special programme unlike any other with more options than ever. With an abundance of mediums and techniques to choose from, there really is something to suit everyone.
Summer School 2019 workshops on offer:
- The Lost Wax Process: An Intro to Glass Casting with Christine Cathie
- Place Particulars: Discoveries in Abstract Landscapes with Tom Voyce
- The Novel: from Conception to Completion with James George
- The Magic Realism of Portraiture with Liam Barr
- Shibori: Shaped Resist Dyeing with Susanne Williamson
- Drawing for the Figure with Paul Woodruffe
- Solar Stories: An intro to Solar Plate Printmaking with Prue MacDougall
- Waka Hoe: Introduction to Wood Carving with Wikuki Kingi and Tania Wolfgramm
For further information, call (09) 838 4455 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org.