We will be continuing with two weekly teams on Wednesdays. starting a bit earlier than last season. The afternoon class will run from 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm, and the evening class from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The teachers Bodil Høyer and Lisa Marie Frost will alternate between teaching the courses.
The attendance fee is still DKK 50 per lesson and participants must also have an annual pass to the museum (DKK 250).
Order your annual pass here.
If you would like to test and develop your drawing abilities, all you have to do is come along with plenty of normal paper and some simple drawing tools. such as a B8 pencil, a cheap box of crayons and black drawing charcoal. Drawing boards are provided.
Sunday 20 August from 10:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 17 September from 10:30am – 3:30pm
The course is suited for both beginners as well as those with some experience who would like to work with artistic drawing activities based on the observation of live models and the museum’s natural surroundings. Students work with chalk, coal, pencils, ink and paper/collage. The day will consist of a number of small exercises and assignments.
Students should bring their own paper (around 40 A3 sheets), a pair of scissors, glue stick and various drawing tools, coal and chalk (black, white, red and brown) as well as pencils (6B or 8B).
The one-day course registration fee is DKK 300 per participant and requires prior registration as well as an annual pass to the museum (DKK 250). The price includes 4 hours of instruction, a live model and joint lunch in the museum café (beverages not included).
You can register by paying either via www.billetto.dk or at the reception. Limited number of spots.