Art is created from a special place in ones mind; drawing on the mind’s eye is a way to access that space. Designed and run by esteemed artist and teacher Jock Clutterbuck, this unique workshop provides techniques to guide and teach students how to access their inner creativity through drawing. The workshop includes specific components that have been designed to be readily translated into a senior high school curriculum.
Learning how to see differently and powerfully is fundamental to what we do as Artists. Noticing our world, looking, and seeing, are integral in being able to choose or act from ourselves. It is a transition from one state to another. This program is designed to empower new looking and seeing.
Jock is a sculptor and printmaker of national significance, known for his sophisticated abstract forms executed with precision and detail, while still maintaining an impression of underlying esoteric mysticism. Clutterbuck studied sculpture and drawing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology from 1965–66, where he subsequently taught from 1969–73 before taking up a role as the lecturer in Sculpture at the Victorian College of the Arts from 1974–2000. He is represented in many national and international public art collections and has received numerous awards.
Sunday 22 April 2017
10am – 5pm
The Baldessin Press & Studio, St Andrews
$250 (all materials included)
The practical component of this program looks at how we can build and develop visualization skills from simple beginnings into useful results by learning to apply active and passive seeing to a drawing context.
The theoretical component looks at the relationship of energies to creativity, how to appropriately manage finer energies and apply this to creative output.
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