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Art - Painting & Drawing - Create Your Own Greetings Cards
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If you are studying on a part-time course and you receive one of the following benefits, or you depend financially on someone who does, you are entitled to have your tuition fees waived:
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You will, however, have to pay any awarding body/assessment fees (unless you are on a first full level 2 course).
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More information about this Course
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In these challenging times, the safety of learners and staff is our highest priority. We are therefore introducing a range of measures to protect every member of the learning community at Gearies. These include strict limits on class sizes to ensure social distancing can be maintained within classrooms. There will also be additional procedures and limitations around the use of entrances and exits, corridors and other public areas.
How will the course benefit me
- You will be able to design and create your own unique, hand-painted greetings cards
- This relaxing, rewarding hobby allows you to apply imagination and creativity to create unique, hand-crafted gifts for friends and family.
No previous experience is required. Learners of all levels are welcome.
What will I learn
- You will learn how to Illustrate greetings cards using a variety of media including coloured pencils, watercolors and acrylic paint.
- How to paint flowers, leaves and butterflies using watercolours.
- How to use acrylic or gouache paint to create
The tutor will guide you through various techniques used to create interesting, unique greetings cards through explanation, demonstration and one-to-one guidance.
The course comprises 4 weekly 2 hour classes.
You will receive ongoing verbal feedback from your tutor. An Individual learning Plan will enable you to set your own targets, in discussion with the tutor. Achievement at the end of the course will be measured against these individual targets.
For the first session you will need to bring:
- soft coloured pencils (eg. Crayola)
- smooth, plain paper
- textured drawing paper (suitable for watercolour)
- basic watercolour paints
Learners wishing to use acrylic or gouache paint and decorative materials such as gold leaf, glitter and ink will need to buy these materials – the tutor will provide further advice and guidance during the first session.
Other art courses within the Institute such as ‘Art – Watercolour (All levels)’ or ‘Art – drawing and painting using mixed media’.
Health & Safety
The tutor will advise of any specific health and safety requirements.
You will be expected to follow the social distancing arrangements in place for the safety of staff and learners.