Come and take part our art workshops at Lowewood Museum. Each month you will be guided by an experienced local artist in a different art form to learn new skills or improve on existing ones. Have fun, relax, learn something new and experiment with a range of materials in the peaceful setting of Lowewood Museum.
Where: Lowewood Museum, High Street, Hoddesdon, EN11 8BH
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Book at https://eppingforestdc.bookinglive.com/ or call 01992 564226 (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm)
Saturday 12 October
A fun relaxed session using leaves and natural forms to make your own creative compositions for cushion covers, bags and T-shirts. Printing fabric will be supplied but you’re very welcome to bring your own items.
Drawing for Beginners
Saturday 16 November
Ever wanted to draw, but not known where to start? Start here!
This relaxed, artist-led session will teach you the basic principles of drawing, giving you the confidence and space to develop skills in your own style.
Saturday 7 December
This two-hour printmaking taster session will be taught by a practicing artist who will take you step-by-step through the linocut print making process. This will be a hands-on creative workshop.
Drawing in Charcoal
Saturday 11 January
Spend a relaxing two hours at Lowewood Museum with one of our in-house artists, learning how to use charcoal to create landscape pictures.
Saturday 8 February
Develop new skills and have fun. Explore different ways to create your own animation using collage or drawings, and your smart phone. For inspiration we’ll look at key artists in the history of experimental animation. You don’t have to be able to draw to do this; the aim of the session is to build confidence in your creative skills.
Drawing and Painting with Watercolour Pencils
Saturday 7 March
This artist-led workshop will give you a taste of the joys of using watercolour pencils. Learn simple drawing techniques while expanding your colour repertoire beyond the greys and blacks of pencil and ink. This workshop is for anybody who wants to draw more confidently and have fun with colour.