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Colour is a huge subject that has many applications. Colour Workshop 1 is the essential introductory session that will provide an important foundation. After completing this introductory workshop, you may like to have bespoke sessions, either on a regular basis or as a one off, if so please get in touch. This would provide the opportunity to put your knowledge into practice at your own pace and get regular feedback. This may be suitable for those who are studying, or have a project in mind or are taking up a new challenge that requires in depth colour knowledge.
Example 1: You may be studying for a degree in textiles at University and feel that you could benefit from a better understanding of colour. My suggestion would be to do the Colour Workshop 1 and then consider bespoke tuition, specifically tailored to your particular project work. This could be as many or as few sessions as you need, at a time to suit you throughout your duration of study.
Example 2: You have purchased a property and would like to gain a better understanding of how colour relates to materials and interior design. After completing the first workshop, you can book individual sessions in which you can discuss your own individual set of requirements.
Example 3: You have taken up painting and would benefit from an in depth understanding of how colours interact. Being able to analyse, discuss and manipulate 'colour range' with reference to your own work and the work of others is invaluable.
Please feel free to get in touch about individual requirements.
Cost charged at an hourly rate
Location Dry Drayton, Cambridge
Time arranged to suit
To discuss please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Juliet's colour theory workshops were just brilliant. Densely packed with examples and information, exercises and ideas. She has a veritable kaleidoscope of colour knowledge, is passionate about her subject and eager to share, can't recommend highly enough!'"
Georgie Finn, M.A. Student, Children's Book Illustration, Cambridge School of Art
Location: my studio is based in Dry Drayton, which is a small village just North of Cambridge. It is easy to reach by car, being 5 minutes from the A14. There is plenty of parking right outside. If you are coming by train it is best to take a taxi from the station, this costs approximately £15 and please allow 25 minutes for this.
Studio address: 3 Searles Meadow, Dry Drayton, Cambridge, CB23 8BW
What to bring: materials are provided, but feel free to bring your own colour swatches, samples, portfolio or project work.
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