Elizabeth Barsham's drawing and painting classes – term 3, 2011
Are you saying, in some amazement, goodness-it's-mid-August-where-has-the-year-gone? I have these moments several times a year. Anyway, the Winter term is almost over already, and plans are afoot for Spring classes.
Introducing: NOLAN ART
The most exciting news is that Foreshore Art School is moving to the Salamanca Arts Centre in September; the move will coincide with school holidays, so shouldn't inconvenience anyone too much. It's changing its name, too, and will now be known as Nolan Art.
I will continue my Tuesday evening art class. The new course of lessons begins next Tuesday, 16th August from 7 – 9 pm, and the first three lessons will be at the current location: Level 2, 6 Bayfield St., Rosny Park (above Eyelines).
This is a mixed level class, and the precise lesson content will depend on what students want to do. I usually find I have some beginners who want to draw, a couple who want to paint, and several people who have some experience and want to work on their own paintings. It works well, because everyone learns from each other. More information: contact email@example.com.
Whatever happened to Adult Education?
No doubt you have read dire accounts of the demise of Adult Education. It is true there have been some major changes, but it's still hanging in there, and I'm still offering classes. This term all my lessons will be held at the Church Street centre in North Hobart. I have a particular fondness for this building – my favourite great-aunt taught here in the very early twentieth century when it was the Trinity Hill Primary School, and it has a nice atmosphere.
Anyway, there is no longer Government funding for the LearnXpress (as it is now known) leisure programme. This means fees will be higher as they have to cover the cost of the class, but I assure you it is still worth every penny of your hard-earned . . .
The new Spring Course Guide will be in The Mercury as usual on 20th August, and you can enrol online at
http://www.adulteducation.tas.gov.au/ or by phone or mail.
You will find information about my classes with links to the relevant enrolment pages on my website
Colour Circle are a very well-organised art group who have been meeting and exhibiting regularly for many years. They run several drawing and painting classes, which are open to non-members as well as regulars. My drawing class from 1000 - 1200 on Monday mornings is suitable for both beginners and continuing students. Term 3 begins on Monday 19th September.
Address: Colour Circle studio
533 Nelson Road, Mount Nelson
postal address: P.O. Box 163, South Hobart 7004
To enrol in this class contact
phone: 6229 8938
phone: 6229 8938
Look forward to seeing you at one or another of these classes – or just round about town.