at The V & A
For The Fundamentals of Drawing Part 1 at V & A and Perspectives, Building and Architecture at The V & A.
Where and when to meet.
Classes take place at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London (nearest tube South Kensington). Groups always meet in the corner of the Reception Foyer that is diagonally opposite from the Museum Meeting Point – at 10.15am .
The main reception foyer is just in from the main entrance to the Museum on Cromwell Rd.
Please try not to be late but if you are please call Rosa on 07883 068 325 to be directed to where we are.
Classes finish at 5.15pm
You need to bring your own sketchbook but all other materials including stools will be provided by us, I recomend that you invest in the largest sketch book you can, preferably A3, hardbacked and ringbound so you can fold it over and rest it comfortably on your knee.
Stools are provided by the V&A.
I provide pencils, rubbers, sharpeners, pastels and water pens. If you would like to bring/use any other materials please feel free to do so but bear in mind that only dry materials are allowed within the V&A, no paints.
What to wear and bring
The V & A can be a bit drafty so I suggest that you bring a couple of comfortable layers that won’t restrict you while you are drawing and its a good idea to bring a bottle of water to drink during the drawing sessions as no other drinks are allowed in the galleries where we draw.
There is a break for lunch between 1.15pm and 2.15pm.
If you have any questions please call or email Rosa on 07883 068 325/ email@example.com.