Drawing Art    Apply NOW

Mondays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates    23 August – 8 October 2021
Contact Sessions 12 classes (36 hours)
Venue Online
Course Fee R4000 per person
Course Materials To be communicated
Course Reference Code U16

 

Drawing Art is regarded as the foundation of all creative visual disciplines, and enhances creative observation abilities.

Our course is aimed at people who want to develop their drawing skills, and we do this by introducing various drawing techniques, perceptual accuracy, perspective, expressive line use and shading techniques.

Still Life and objects offer ample opportunity to hone skills, and Life drawing provides further development through drawing from models in our art studio.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

The admission requirement for this short course is NQF Level 4 education (matriculation or equivalent).

Also see Art History and Visual Culture

 

Printmaking    Apply NOW

Wednesdays 09:30 – 12:00
Dates 23; 25 September; 2; 9; 16; 28 October 2021
Contact Sessions 6 classes
Venue Building F2: studio G16
Course Fee  R4000 per person
Course Materials To be communicated
Course Reference Code U09

Printmaking provides participants with the basic skills and knowledge to create traditional graphic art in woodblock, mono-prints, collography and cyanotypes, offering a convenient way to learn the basics of printmaking at an affordable price and acceptable part-time schedule, using a graphic press to create prints. The short course aims to enable participants to understand theories and principles of printmaking, apply various methods and techniques practically, understand ethics involved in the practice, and employ contextual problem solving.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

The admission requirements for this short learning programme include NQF Level 4 education (matriculation or equivalent) and basic drawing skills.