Form and Flow
A three-day introductory course to sculpture.
- 390 British pounds£390
'Form and flow' sculpture course explores both technical, skill-based learning alongside time to play and experiment. This course is facilitated by tutor and sculptor Mairi Gillies who will guide participants through research processes and into practice in a fun and encouraging environment. Some of the practical skills being taught will include drawing for sculpture, mouldmaking, casting, carving and assemblage. Participants will be taken on guided research trips into the surrounding living landscape for inspiration, to gather materials, and to learn about Gaelic culture and ‘ways of seeing’ that inform sculptural practices. Following which, participants will head into the studio for a technical lesson and will be encouraged to play, experiment and make. This course is aimed at participants of various levels from those new to making in 3D to artists already doing so, but who wish to have time in a supportive environment to focus on their practice or try something new. Days will run from 10am - 4pm, on Tuesday 8th November, Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th November 2022. All materials are included in the costs, as is home baking, hot drinks and a seasonal, nourishing lunch on all three days. (Accomodation, transport and meals other than lunch are not included). Please get in touch if you have any questions, for need help with finding accomodation or travel information. email@example.com or call Mairi 07902874156 Tutor Mairi Gillies has a BA(hons) in Sculpture from Edinburgh College or Art (2004) and an MA in Learning and Teaching (Gaelic Arts) from the Royal Conservatoire Scotland (2021). This course will run from 'Reothart nan Ealain', Lochcroistean, Uig, isle of Lewis HS2 9EP.
Lochcroistean, Isle of Lewis, UK