Space and Form Drawing Workshop
- 9th March 2021
2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- United Kingdom
ECHO is launching a new series of interactive online workshops as part of the ECHO Happiness Hub, focusing on wellbeing, creativity, learning and self-care.
Each 30 minute session will be led by a creative professional encouraging you and your families to enjoy a new experience – join to take part for some relaxation and to learn skills in origami making, drawing and the art of listening and sound!
These workshops are hosted in partnership with our friends at the Centre for Medical Engineering at King’s College London and later in the series we will be joined by some scientists to hear about their work.
All workshops will be streamed live on ECHO’s Facebook and YouTube, so you will not need to switch on your own camera at any time. You are welcome to interact during live sessions by using the chat feature to write any questions or feedback. All sessions will be available to watch any time after the livestream.
Event dates: 19 Jan, 26 Jan, 2 Feb, 9 Feb, 16 Feb, 23 Feb, 2 March, 9 March, 16 March, 23 March, 30 March, 6 April 2021
Workshop 8: Space and Form Drawing with Jenny joined by Guest Scientist
Jenny will guide you through step by step simple drawing activities that require no artistic experience! The activities planned are aimed at exploring form, space and the way simple line drawing techniques can be used to relax and relieve stress. A series of easy, abstract, thought provoking drawing challenges and techniques that focus on process rather than outcome and swapping the focus of ways to draw with non dominant hand. Scientist Suzette Lust will also join us to chat about her research exploring how our blood flow affects the cells which make up our blood vessels.
Materials required? All you need is paper and some felt tip pens!
How to join:
- By subscribing to our YouTube channel and ‘liking’ our Facebook page, you can make sure you hear about upcoming events.
- You can watch live or catch up anytime later, the videos will remain available on our channels and ECHO Happiness Hub page.
- You are welcome to ask questions during the workshop via the chat or leave a comment after the session has taken place to say hello and let us know how you got on with the activity.
We hope you can join us, please share a photo of your creations with us on social media using the hashtag #ECHOHappinessHub
At ECHO we know that the past year has brought with it lots of new challenges for ECHO heart families. We hope that these sessions allow you to take some time for yourself, or with your family, to try something fun, creative and relaxing. You will also have an opportunity to connect with other ECHO heart families via the chat function during live sessions.