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Sat, 18 Apr

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Made in Greenwich

Mindful African Art Class - make your own paper cut and textile collage art

Reconnect to your inner artist Create a meaningful work of art in a workshop led by artist Birungi Kawooya, in a mindful and inspiring environment. I will provide the same love and self-care, portraiture and nature themed stencils in each class and you can always freestyle and make your own

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Mindful African Art Class - make your own paper cut and textile collage art
Mindful African Art Class - make your own paper cut and textile collage art

Time & Location

18 Apr 2020, 14:00 – 17:00

Made in Greenwich, 324 Creek Rd, Greenwich, London SE10 9SW, UK

About the event

Reconnect to your inner artist

Create a meaningful work of art in a workshop led by artist Birungi Kawooya, in a mindful and inspiring environment. I will provide the same love and self-care, portraiture and nature themed stencils in each class and you can always freestyle and make your own original work of art with my support.

What you can expect

Firstly I will guide you in a meditation to empty your mind and become more mindful and connected to your inner artist. You will warm up your hand with some simple drawing exercises that will improve your confidence.

You can pick from my range of nature, male and female portraiture and love themed stencils which you can use to create your artwork or I can help you to develop your own ideas, so you can achieve your artistic vision. You will have time to sketch and to practice using the craft knife. Step-by-step I will provide you with close guidance along each step of the sketching and cutting process.

Finally you will pick a vibrant African print textile as your “paint” and bring the energy and warmth of African to your homes. After focusing your mind for just three hours you will create an impact and memorable work of art and be proud to have shattered through limiting beliefs. With your new found confidence, pride and skill - what else will you achieve?

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