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Get Drawing: Year of the Ox Workshop | Online
February 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Join in with this mindful art session where you will have the freedom and support to unwind and to get creative in a series of guided drawing activities with artist Pui Lee.
Chinese New Year is one of the most important holidays in China. Commonly referred to as the Spring Festival, it is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunar calendar. Each year is matched to one of the twelve animals in the Chinese Zodiac. 2021 is a year of the Ox. People born in the year of the Ox are known for being hard-working, dependable, strong and determined.
As a warm-up exercise, you will get the opportunity to play with shapes on paper to create a playful image of an Ox. For the main activity, Pui Lee will show you step-by step how to draw an Ox! She will then show you how to complete your picture by either adding tone and/or colour using the drawing tools and/or using collage possibilities.
Art is always great for relaxation, reduction of stress and above all, is good fun! This workshop is well suited for those not so confident with drawing, aiming to help get you started with some creative ideas and techniques to try out. You will end up with some drawings that you can continue with at your own leisure if you don’t finish within the session itself.
- A clear workspace which has a firm and steady surface
- A4 white paper
- Colouring pens/pencils (optional)
- Soft pastels (optional)
- Scissors (optional – for collage)
- Glue (optional – for collage)
- Unwanted newspapers & magazines (optional – for collage)
Recommended for: Young adults & adults – no experience necessary.
Workshop Leader: Pui Lee
Artist Profile: Pui Lee is a British-born Hakka Chinese artist and arts educator, working throughout the UK. Her artistic practice uses an interdisciplinary approach across both traditional and contemporary 2D and 3D artforms. She regularly leads creative workshops for the community and is a visiting artist for many museums and galleries. www.puilee.co.uk
Joining the workshop: The workshop will be delivered via Zoom. You will receive a Zoom workshop link and password to join the workshop after registration. Please join the workshop on time.
We require participants to turn on their webcam/video to take part in this workshop. This is to allow our workshop leader to check on the progress of participants and offer personalised guidance & support where needed.
Important: Participants are expected to adhere to our online event Code of Conduct. We will be kind, respectful and patient towards each other in a positive and supportive environment. Abusive actions or language will not be tolerated. You can read the full Code of Conduct on our website.
As this is an online workshop, Ricefield Arts is not able to assess any safety hazards for participants remotely. We are not able to take any responsibility associated to your safety. By registering, you agree to take full responsibility for your own health and safety when taking part in our online workshop in your own home.
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