A dedicated art workshop at Fishbourne Roman Palace on Saturday 31 August is the perfect place for budding artists to develop their creative skills. The workshop is led by artist Tony Muzzall.
Inspired by the beautiful gardens and intricate stone and fresco work found at the Palace, the workshop will focus on developing painting and drawing techniques. Each student will sketch the Palace environment, indoors and out. They will then develop their painting skills and try out different techniques before creating a final acrylic-on-canvas piece.
Head of Learning, Katrina Burton said, “This is a great opportunity for people who are fascinated by the past and love art to combine their interests in an exciting new way”.
This workshop is one of a series that helps young people aged 11-25 years work towards national accreditation through the Arts Award. Participants are welcome to attend for just one session or to sign up to complete the full award. For more information and to book your place, contact the Palace on 01243 785859 or email Fishbourne
Fishbourne Roman Palace dates back to the beginning of Roman occupation in Britain and offers a chance to look back in time. Discovered in 1960, the north wing of this remarkable building remains an important visitor attraction and archaeological site for anyone interested in learning more about Roman art and architecture.
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Published 15th August 2013
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