Saturday 12th January 10am-4pm Architectural Illustrations - The Fundamentals with Felicity Matten
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Felicity is a full time architectural illustrator. Her job involves preparing visuals and presentations for architectural designs. She is fascinated by architecture and has a particular interest in the architecture of cathedrals. In this workshop, you will learn how to set up a basic architectural drawing using perspective lines and shading techniques, and complete a short illustration project using the skills you have learned throughout the day.
Please Note: access to this workshop is up one flight of stairs.
Registration is at 9.45am at the front desk downstairs. Morning and afternoon tea and coffee are provided, please bring a packed lunch if you wish or there are several good cafes locally.
NB If you wish to drink any other hot drink please bring your own and request hot water.
All materials needed for the day are provided.
Everyone attending a workshop or course will receive a single use discount voucher which is valid strictly for 1 month from the date of the workshop or first day of the course - some exclusions may apply. Only one discount voucher per course or workshop.
If unable to attend you must notify us a minimum of 5 days prior to the workshop taking place to be able to move onto another workshop. When you let us know you cannot attend the original booking please inform us which workshop you would like to move to at the time of cancellation (spaces subject to availability) or your booking credit will be forfeit.
Due to the popularity of our workshops if you choose to move to another workshop from your original booking you will not be able to move your booking again.
Event bookings are not refundable.
Workshops will be cancelled if less than 4 people book per session. We will aim to contact you 5 days before the workshop takes place and offer a full refund or chance to move to another workshop.
Adult workshops are for people aged 16+
Cancellations within 5 days or on the day will not be moved - this is to be fair to everyone.