Course leaders Darren Woodhead SWLA, Nik Pollard SWLA & Kittie Jones SWLA along with a guest tutor will be on hand to offer advice and guidance on drawing and painting in the field. This is a fantastic opportunity to work alongside around 20 established and enthusiastic artists and get an insight into the diverse approaches that those artists have to working in the field.
What the bursary provides:
The current bursary is £550 per person, divided as follows;
Course fee (£375). The course fee will be paid directly by SWLA.
The remaining £175 will be paid shortly before the course and the applicant can either use this for boat trips (£30/trip, ranging from none to 3 or 4) and/or towards accommodation.
A work produced on the course by the bursary winner will be exhibited in the SWLA Annual Exhibition the following year.
How to apply:
Dates for 2021 to be announced
Email your application form along with images of recent artwork including sketches and fieldwork.
Artwork copied from photos is of little relevance to the nature of the seabird drawing course.
For full details and terms and conditions visit: www.swla.co.uk