Approaches to drawing through materials and mark-making

Explore mark-making through a series of structured exercises and visual experiments. You will be encouraged to let the materials, tools, techniques and the process of making help to inform your outcomes. You can expect to produce a collection of works on paper that exist as experiments and explorations rather than resolved, finished pieces. The course is intended as a catalyst for developing your own visual language and vocabulary.

Ability: Suitable for all
The minimum time required to watch and respond to the video content and complete the tasks is 9 hours. The tutor also recommends how you can develop your work further so that you can continue to use the skills acquired on this course for future projects. Six months of online access to all of the course content.
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The standard and quality of the teaching on the course was beyond my expectations.
Maria, September 2022


Joanna Veevers

With a focus on surface qualities and two-dimensional design, Joanna studied Printed Textile Design at Manchester and Ceramics at The Royal College of Art. She has over 35 years of teaching experience and has worked on numerous public and private commissions, producing design work for the ceramics industry in England and Japan.
Read more about Joanna and view a gallery of her work inside the course.

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