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I'm looking at setting up a one day mini-workshop in London. When I say mini workshop, for now we're just talking about life drawing and painting, with quite a level playing field. ie: not an opportunity to suck up to your heroes, but definitely the opportunity to further your skills and maybe try out some stuff you haven't done before, similar to what our Belgian friends set up earlier this year, only with weak English beer that doesn't hurt your throat on the way up.
The location is being sorted out now, but it will be an art studio with easels and drawing boards, and there will be at least one life model. Some basic materials - charcoal, paper, acrylic paint - will be included. People wanting to bring anything else like oils will be welcome, obviously.
For now, like I say, we'd just been looking at one day, but if there are sufficient people interested, I'm happy to consider looking to rent a studio for a full weekend. The price will most likely be around the £20 mark, and I can't see it going much higher, the time will be a weekend in early November.
So, if you please, could I have a rough indication of who's interested?