News from Sunningwell School of Art
Saturday 25 April 2020 – 12pm to 5pm
Celebrate International Sculpture Day at Sunningwell School of Art
Sunningwell School of Art is celebrating International Sculpture Day for the first time in 2020, with a family-friendly festival of sculpture. Visitors to the school will see sculptors at work, create projects to take home, hear informal talks and see student and tutors’ works on display.
Afterwards, visit our Victorian dining room and pop-up café for afternoon tea or our beer stall for something stronger.
Pop the date in your diary and share with your friends, family members and artists.
Visit the International Sculpture Day website for full details about this worldwide celebration of sculpture here.
Commencing January 2020 – NEW COURSE
A 5 week course commencing 16th January, on consecutive Thursday evenings from 7pm to 9pm concluding with 2 intensive days on the 17th and 18th February from 10am to 4pm. – Course Fee £190
Marcus Hodge is an established portrait and equine painter who studied in Spain. He will be joining us in the spring term to teach classical oil painting, suitable for all levels, details of Marcus’s work can be found via this link.
**STOP PRESS** DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THE NEW MARCUS HODGE CLASSICAL OIL PAINTING COURSE WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ADVISE WE NOW HAVE AN ADDITIONAL COURSE RUNNING COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING 13TH JANUARY!
Places are already being taken up on the additional course so be quick and let us know your interest!
The additional course will run on the following dates:
Monday 13th Jan 7pm to 9pm
Monday 20th Jan 7pm to 9pm
Monday 27th Jan 7pm to 9pm
Monday 3nd Feb 7pm to 9pm
Saturday 8th Feb 10am to 4pm
Monday 10th Feb 7pm to 9pm
Saturday 15th Feb 10am to 4pm
New Pottery Classes now available for the spring term!
We’re delighted to announce that we will be welcoming Graham Hudson as our new pottery tutor for the Tuesday and Wednesday classes at the Art School, in time for the commencement of the spring term, from Tuesday 14th January, Pam Foley will now be the pottery class teacher for the Monday evening classes. The other great news is we have been able to open up the classes now to new students who have been waiting to enroll on a pottery course, in many cases for several years! Do contact us soon if you would like to book one of these places, we suspect we will soon be over subscribed again!
For more information on Graham and Pam, do check out our tutors page.