Friday, June 16, 2017

If you're interested in drawing - in London

For those interested in drawing, the Royal Drawing School is offering some opportunities to improve your drawing via

  • The Foundation Year
  • Free Life Drawing events
  • Summer Schools

The Foundation Year

Next Tuesday is the Open Day for The Foundation Year - A free one year, skills-based foundation course in London's creative Docklands
  • full-time course - five days of teaching a week 
  • structure of the course progresses from set assignments towards self-directed study
  • a limit of 50 places to ensure one-to-one tuition
  • free to 18 and 19 year olds 
  • some bursaries available for over-19s.
  • located at main campus at Trinity Buoy Wharf
You can book for Open Days on Tuesday 20 June 2017 @ 2pm
This is a link to the event announcement on Facebook re. the Open Day on 20th June and the same on the webite

Plus 2017/18 Open Days will be held on:
  • Thursday 12 October 2017 @ 2pm
  • Thursday 26 October 2017 @ 2pm
  • Saturday 25 November 2017 @ 11am
  • Wednesday 17 January 2018 @ 2pm
  • Saturday 27 January 2018 @ 11am

Applications for The Foundation Year 2018/19 will open in September 2017 and close in February 2018

You can see The Foundation Year End of Year Exhibition 2016-17 at Trinity Buoy Wharf between Wednesday 14 June – Thursday 22 June 2017 (Open 11am–6pm daily)

FREE Life Drawing

Every first Thursday of the month, during term time and the holidays, there is a free life drawing session, in collaboration with Time Out and the Whitechapel Gallery, 6.30-9pm. Places are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, and basic drawing materials are provided free of charge. This month we will be drawing in the studio with a life model.
See the website for more details about dates and venues for the First Tuesday events at:

Other public courses

More information about other public courses can be found on the website. You can also download our Public Courses brochure.

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