6 Sep 2011

Drawing Year 2010-2011 Open Studios

Come and visit our open studios for the Drawing Year in the Tea Building! The studios will be open on:

Saturday 17th 12-6pm
Sunday 12-6pm
Monday 4-8pm
and Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment:  joanna.g.moore@gmail.com

12 Jul 2011

Summer School Underway!

Our summer school is now underway! It's looking great....
Student work from Part One of the Drawing Marathon

23 Jun 2011

Booking is now open for the Autumn Term 2011

Phoebe Stannards Image


Drawing by Phoebe Stannard

The Prince's Drawing School
AUTUMN TERM BOOKINGS NOW OPEN! 
We are pleased to announce that bookings for both our Shoreditch courses and our new programme at Kensington Palace Studios, The Making Process, are now open.
To Book  visit www.princesdrawingschool.org or www.kensingtonpalacestudios.org or call 0207 613 8568


Free Taster Sessions for THE MAKING PROCESS -
 New programme at Kensington Palace Studios 
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From this autumn term Kensington Palace Studios is expanding its present programme to include drawing, painting, sculpture, the applied arts and art history. Observational drawing will remain at the centre of our practice, whilst we broaden the media employed in the making process.

Saturday2nd July: 2pm - 4:30pm Life Drawing and Drawing the Landscape.
Saturday 3rd September: 10:30am - 1pm Monoprinting and Sculpture
Saturday 3rd September: 2pm - 4:30pm Monoprinting and Painting 

The taster sessions will take place in the Education space at Kensington Palace, public side. Kensington Palace Studios term time courses take place in our dedicated studios within the private residence of the palace.

For further information and to reserve a place please contact admin@princesdrawingschool.org or 0207 613 8568. When booking, please specify which session you would like to attend.

Drawing around the world

Some of our alumni were commissioned by Van Cleef and Arpels to draw in great ballrooms around the world in Paris, New York, St. Petersburg and Venice. What a great opportunity!

 Plaza Hotel (New York) by Chris Green

Chateau de Ferrieres (Paris) by Chris Green
 
Venice By Rydal Hanbury
 

8 Jun 2011

Booking for our Summer School is now open!

Summer School Courses

in Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking at The Prince’s Drawing School


Watercolour by Sara Roberts

Shoreditch and Kensington Palace Studios
One & two week courses between 11th July and 5th August 2011


For our Summer School 2011 we will be offering many of our usual summer choices such as Life Painting with Andy Pankhurst, Painting the Half Length Portrait  with Ivy Smith, as well as some new courses painting en plein air, and a course designed for committed young artists.
Between July and August there are opportunities to take one or two week long courses in drawing, painting, or printmaking. Courses run Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm each day. The Drawing Week Double Marathon Part 1 & 2 will be available again, as well as a Foundation Masterclass for 15-19 year olds. These are a one or two-week intensive course for those interested in an extended period of concentration and drawing.  

At Shoreditch we are offering a new Foundation Masterclass taught by Sharon Beavan and Gethin Evans who have taught on the Byam Shaw Foundation course. This course for 15-19 year olds will focus on drawing and painting with an emphasis on developing the student’s skills and abilities and preparing a portfolio for Foundation or Degree applications. Students can book for the two week course or part one or part two. For One Week One Pose, Drawing and Painting, students have the rare opportunity to work with the same model in the same pose for one week. This drawing-into-painting course led by Claudia Carr provides the focused atmosphere for an extended study.  In weeks 2 & 3 at Shoreditch there are two different intensive Etching weeks which will explore conventional as well as less conventional methods in the print room. 

At Kensington Palace Studios there is the opportunity to explore the process of painting a portrait with Susan Wilson in Painting a Head. In this intensive week of painting, students will aim to capture the personality of the model working from observation. Help will be given with mixing and use of paint and composition, but most of all the aim will be to make the painted head have life. For those who want to savour the British summer you can paint outside in Painting in the Park, led by Frances Mann. Also available is a course entitled Painting Materials Explored – 18th Century Portrait Painters students will learn about their materials, make them, and then put them into practise with a life model.
**Course Fees range from £200 - £325 for five day courses and £350 for 10 days.
***All levels are welcome on all of our holiday courses, including beginners.
We hope that you can join us this Summer!

Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

29 Apr 2010

Pippa, Leonie and Alice represent us in Fabriano


Some of our postgrad student's work is beng included in the ‘International Prize “Marche d’Acqua” Fabriano Watercolour 2010’ -- an event at the Paper and Watermark Museum in Fabriano. The works of art will be exhibited and open to the public from May 15th to July 16th including work by Pippa Smith, Leonie Lachlan and Alice Shirley work Check out their website.

1 Apr 2010


Drawing Year Alumni Update: Katia Lom.

Well done to Katia for her recent dance piece "Elvis I Love You," that was performed at The Place in London in January as part of the Resolution! platform, following with performances at the Siobhan Davies Studios, the Circomedia Space (Bristol) and the West London Synagogue.

An enthuisiastic review of this piece has appeared in this month’s issue of "Dance Europe" by Donald Hutera. Please click on the image to read the review in a larger format.

31 Mar 2010

Drawings from Maastricht






These are some of the drawings produced by our Drawing Year students on the trip to the home of our Patrons Axel and May Vervoordt in Maastricht, Belgium. Such amazing interiors to choose and draw from! The drawings are by Poppy Chancellor, Leonie Lachlan, Konrad Gabriel.