Workshops, Talks and Demonstrations

Workshops, Talks and Demonstrations will be held during the Annual Exhibition. To download an Application Form for Workshops and a schedule of Talks and Demonstrations please click here.  2018 RBA workshops talks and demonstrations

A special series of Workshops for the amateur and professional artist
The workshops cover a wide range of subjects and will be tutored by members of the RBA. The workshops will run from 11am – 5pm. Participants may bring a packed lunch although drinks and snacks are available from the Mall Galleries Café. Easels and drawing boards will be provided, but students should bring their normal range of materials. Participants are recommended to bring sketches to work from except for “Still but Alive” Workshop where students will be working from actual still life objects
The Workshops will run in the Learning Centre.
Entrance to the workshops is through the main gallery entrance from 10.00am

The Mall, London SW1

Dates of workshops: 21st 22nd 25th 26th 27th  30th March 2018

£60 per day or £55 per day if booking two
Early booking is advisable

Workshops are as follows:

Wednesday 21st March ‘Still but Alive’ Watercolour Workshop with Carole Griffin
Thursday 22nd March ‘Figures in the Landscape’ with Nick Tidnam
Sunday 25th March ‘Immediate Response’ with Robert Wells
Monday 26th March ‘Graphite’ with David Brammeld
Tuesday 27th March ‘Plein Air Painting’ with David Sawyer
Friday 30th March ‘Nuances of the Nocturnal’ with Lewis Hazelwood-Horner

Talks and Demonstrations  (Booking not required. Entry fee only)

Friday 23rd March 11:00 – 1:00. ‘Work in Progress’ Mick Davies
Friday 23rd March 2:00– 4:00. ‘Work in Progress’ Cheryl Culver
Wednesday 28th March 11:00 – 1:00. ‘Printmaking’ Talk by Austin Cole
Wednesday 28th March 2:00– 4:00. ‘Making it as a Sculptor’ Demonstration and talk by Guy Portelli
Thursday 29th March 11:00 – 1:00. ‘Mall Galleries Coffee Morning with musical accompaniment’
Thursday 29th March 2:00– 4:00. ‘Sketchbooks – demonstration and talk by Mick Davies and Robert Wells