with artist and speech therapist Cat Andrew
This workshop will help you build your own drawing practice through different creative exercises and sketchbooking.
We will look at different ways of using a sketchbook, whether to record what we see, develop ideas or keep a visual journal. We will look at how to fit drawing into your life when you feel like you have no time. The workshop will be suitable for absolute beginners, but also for those who have started drawing and would like to develop a regular drawing practice.
This is the first of three workshops taking place in January, February and March 2021. You may attend a workshop as a stand alone session, or we encourage you to attend all three to help develop your drawing.
We will be drawing during the session, so please bring a pencil and paper. Any extra materials you have will be useful too. We will discuss what kind of sketchbook to use and materials that would be useful in a basic drawing kit. The session will be led by Cat Andrew, artist, illustrator and speech and language therapist. She has extensive experience in teaching drawing as therapy and has been running drawing classes for people with aphasia since 2013.
How to join
This event will be hosted on Zoom. Details on how to join will be sent to your email address prior to the event or you can access the link via your eventbrite booking. We do not record "Time To" events, as they are based on active participation.
This is an event for RCN members only.
Whether you are working or isolating, please join us if you would like, and keep in mind the following to ensure it is safe and enjoyable for all.
- Feel free to stay for as little or as long as you like, and you can sign off at any time.
- Everyone is of course welcome to talk, and we are here to listen, but we can’t provide professional advice or support during the session. If you do need more professional support regarding the current circumstances, we’ll be able to signpost you to RCN resources and services.
Page last updated - 05/01/2021