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Plants in the landscape, painting and drawing plants in Pishwanton Places

Date: 25th Jul 2014

Location: Pishwanton

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: £230 (£205 Concessions) includes tuition, refreshments and all materials

Come to Pishwanton this summer to explore some wild places on the edge of the Lammermuirs through the edges of the plants which grow there!

Programme of the course:

In this week-end workshop we will be reading the Book of Nature by seeking out some of Pishwanton’s wild places on the edge of the Lammermuir Hills through the plants that grow there helped by Margaret Colquhoun. Margaret Shillan will aid us in drawing and painting to discover why a plant chooses to grow in a particular place and how each place gets its character composed by the plants which grow there.

Margaret Colquhoun is a biologist with a long-life experience in the teaching of Goethean Sciences and Arts (GSA). Holding a degree from the University of Edinburgh, Dr Colquhoun is one of the leading teachers for GSA in the English speaking world.

Margaret Shillan was a class teacher and art teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex. She taught at Emerson College for 28 years and founded the VisualArts Course, where she taught painting and also kept up her own creative work, often inspired by nature.

Timetable of the course:

Friday 25th 14:00 to 16:00.

Saturday 26th 10:00 to 16:00.

Sunday 27th July 10:00 to 16:00

Fees:

£230 (£205 Concessions) includes tuition, refreshments and all materials.

Accommodation:

Can be provided if needed and also meals might be available if required. Please see the different options for accommodation in this page.

Flier:

You can download the flier here. We would be enormously grateful if you print it and hang it up on the notice board of your local shop or public library. 

For further information click here

Happening Today, 25th July 2014

Lunchtime Book Group for P6+P7

Date: 7th Feb 2014 - 19th Dec 2014

Every week

Location: North Berwick Library

Time: 12:30 - 13:30

Cost: £Free

Book group for P6+P7, bring along your lunch and have fun discussing your latest read.

Plants in the landscape, painting and drawing plants in Pishwanton Places

Date: 25th Jul 2014

Location: Pishwanton

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: £230 (£205 Concessions) includes tuition, refreshments and all materials

Come to Pishwanton this summer to explore some wild places on the edge of the Lammermuirs through the edges of the plants which grow there!

Programme of the course:

In this week-end workshop we will be reading the Book of Nature by seeking out some of Pishwanton’s wild places on the edge of the Lammermuir Hills through the plants that grow there helped by Margaret Colquhoun. Margaret Shillan will aid us in drawing and painting to discover why a plant chooses to grow in a particular place and how each place gets its character composed by the plants which grow there.

Margaret Colquhoun is a biologist with a long-life experience in the teaching of Goethean Sciences and Arts (GSA). Holding a degree from the University of Edinburgh, Dr Colquhoun is one of the leading teachers for GSA in the English speaking world.

Margaret Shillan was a class teacher and art teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex. She taught at Emerson College for 28 years and founded the VisualArts Course, where she taught painting and also kept up her own creative work, often inspired by nature.

Timetable of the course:

Friday 25th 14:00 to 16:00.

Saturday 26th 10:00 to 16:00.

Sunday 27th July 10:00 to 16:00

Fees:

£230 (£205 Concessions) includes tuition, refreshments and all materials.

Accommodation:

Can be provided if needed and also meals might be available if required. Please see the different options for accommodation in this page.

Flier:

You can download the flier here. We would be enormously grateful if you print it and hang it up on the notice board of your local shop or public library. 

For further information click here

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