Come and join us for an experimental afternoon drawing from a projected film. Drawing from film has the immediacy of drawing from life, but enables us to step into the mind of the director and bring some of the magic and drama of cinema into our own work. The films will be paused repeatedly for short, five minute drawings (students can ask to pause the film at any point) and the tutor will suggest ideas for making faster, more expressive drawings. It is a chance to create a series of new, unexpected imagery, and work from subjects we might normally never come across.
Some previous drawing experience is helpful, and/or a willingness to dive in and experiment in this unusual session. £35Book Now
The RWA – Bristol's first art gallery – is proud to bring world-class visual art from around the world to the South West.
Wake Up Call: Why the conscious mind is not running the show – human insights from the world of neuroscience to enhance brand and comms
Join Dr Andy Myers from Walnut Unlimited in this whirlwind of a session, as we look at how neuroscience has opened a new frontier of how we understand human decision making. Exploring a range of bitesize cases where neuroscience has been applied, we will spark new ways arrive at compelling human insights across different brands and categories, providing for each of them a specific action/takeaway.
A celebration of Channel 4’s 40th birthday and its connections to Bristol
Part of a nationwide series of events, ‘Channel 4 at 40: The TV Revolution in Bristol’ explores what Channel 4 has contributed to UK broadcasting and its close connections with Bristol from the earliest days to the present.
Social Media: Raising your ethical and inclusivity standards
The Old Church School, Frome
What does it mean to be ethical on social media? Join Jenna Yhearm, MD of Gumption Agency and the founder of The Social Media Union, for an informative and practical session on how you can be better on social media.