Art Journalling Workshop

Image Credit: Live Art Local

SPACE, Osborn Mall, Fareham Shopping Centre, Fareham

07941435835
beth@sticksgallery.co.uk
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/get-creative-art-journalling-workshop-tickets-43416748664?aff=es2

Sunday 18 March 2018
11-1pm, 2-4pm
Opening Hours: 11-4pm
Booking essential
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Artist and workshop facilitator, Emma Harris will lead you through an introduction to Art Journalling, developing your skills and enabling you to get the most from this great hobby.

Each session lasts two hours, and will cover the basics.  Book onto one, or if you think you'd like more time to work on your first journalling page, book onto both!

These workshops are for anyone over the age of 12 who would like to explore art journalling as a way of recording their life and making sense of their inner experience.

The workshop is completely free and materials are provided.

Please remember to bring a journal with you: one that is large enough to create small pieces of art in, we recommend A5+, with plain paper that is thick enough to withstand glue and collaging.

If you do not have a journal then through the artist we can provide one for you that is perfect for your art journalling journey.  These will be at cost and will be £4 each.  If you would like to select this option please do so below so that we have the right numbers!

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