Course code: QCXU102P
Subject area: Art & Design
Study level: Part Time
Course level: U
3:30pm - 6:00pm
Days of week:
17th Apr 2024 - 3rd Jul 2024
Course location:Seacourt Hall
01235 555 585
Please note there will be no teaching on 29/05/2024
• Further construction drawing, with more experienced learners asked to tackle more challenging subject matter.
• Introduction to tonality: Charcoal drawing of simple sculptural objects
• Further tonality: experimental mark making: Fruit and vegetables, bold expressive mark making. Experienced learners asked to relate several forms with each other and consider composition.
• Introduction to watercolour: wet into wet, layered washes, dry brushing. Beginners to work from tutor demonstration of landscape, experienced learners given the option of creating your own image.
• Repeated mark painting of still life of citrus fruit, looking for local, tonal and ambient colour. Beginners to paint one or two pieces, experienced learners to paint a range of fruits and make some consideration towards composition.
• Repeated mark painting of trees, looking for patterns and ratios of leaf and sky.
• Still life with warm analogous colours
• Analogous colours part two; Cool colours in a landscape: a choice of reference, from very simple, to more challenging
• Snow scene using masking fluid and limited palette.
What you need to bring to the first session:
A4 watercolour paper pad
Small white plate to mix colour on.
Jam jar for water
HB pencil and sharpener
Your tutor will advise you of further art materials that you will need as the course progresses
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Please note - you should be 19 years old or over at 31st August 2022
Courses can fill fast, so please enrol early to avoid disappointment. Decisions on whether a course is to run are made two weeks prior to the start date - an email will be sent to you should there be changes to your course or if it is cancelled. Please check your inbox leading up to your course, including the junk folders. For anyone without an email account, our Admissions team will phone you instead.
For the first week of the course you will need to bring a valid form of identification; this includes passport, driving licence, debit/credit card, Birth Certificate or National Insurance card.
Please note - you should be 19 years old or over at 31st August 2023 prior to starting the course.
Courses offered by the college are fully or partly funded by the Government and the published fee takes account of this funding.
Before starting a course, the College is required to check you meet conditions relating to that funding, e.g. age, residency status within the UK/EEA, prior qualification level and employment status. In some circumstances (such as with online enrolments), these checks can only be completed after you have enrolled and paid.
If you are unable to pay in full for this course at the time of enrolment, and the course tuition fee is £300 or more, an instalment plan is available. If this is your preference, please do not enrol online but rather call the Admissions Team on 01235 216400 to enrol.
Once enrolled, Admissions will take the first instalment payment from you and pass on your details to the Finance team who will email you to set-up your payment plan. Please return a fully completed instalment plan to Finance as failure to do so could result in being withdrawn from your course.
The rules on fee reduction are complicated, we would encourage you to talk to our Admissions Team on 01235 216400 to discuss these options. You can find more information on our Fees and Bursaries page - search "Fees and Bursaries" at the top of the page.
Tuition Fee: £75.00
Exam Fee: £0.00
Total Cost: £75.00
19+ Reduced Fee:
Tuition Fee: £0.00
Exam Fee: £0.00
Total Cost: £0.00
Refer to learner’s initial assessment forms. Check learning by asking questions, observe practical work and give one to one tuition. Individual discussion and group discussion of outcomes of paintings produced and how they relate to the aims of the lesson.