Spring Short Courses: Weekend Three
GSA Continuing Education

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The Glasgow School of Art 164 Renfrew Street Glasgow G3 6RQ


23 Apr 2016 - 24 Apr 2016
Sat - Sun, 10:00 - 16:00



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Spring Short Courses: Weekend Three

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During three weekends in April The Glasgow School of Art is offering two-day short courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are open to anyone over 16 years and the majority are suitable for both beginners and experienced artists.

These taster courses encourage you to learn new creative skills and develop existing ones with the support of experienced tutors. All courses take place in the studios and workshops in the Glasgow School of Art. 

A summary of the programme for this weekend is listed below and full course descriptions can be found in the Spring/Summer 2016 Short Courses Brochure

To book a place on any course, please contact the Continuing Education Office on
+44 (0)141 353 4596 or email con-ed@gsa.ac.uk 


Saturday 23 - Sunday 24 April
10am – 4pm both days 

Digital SLR Introduction
Tutor: Betty Meyer
Fee £120 | Discounted Fee £100 | Places 8 

Introduction to Black and White Photography
Tutor: Sam Dransfield
Fee £125 | Discounted Fee £105 | Places 8 

Experimental Drawing Workshop
Tutor: Cathy Campbell
Fee £120 | Discounted Fee £100 | Places 10 

Glass Fusing and Slumping
Tutor: Eilidh Keith
Fee £125 | Discounted Fee £105 | Places 8

Introduction to Portrait in Charcoal
Tutor: Paul Deslandes
Fee £130 | Discounted Fee £110 | 10 places 

Landscape using Mixed Media
Tutor: Leslie McGuire
Fee £120 | Discounted Fee £100 | Places 10

Mud Club: Sculpture Course
Tutor: Jack Cheetham

*Please note that this course runs for 3 consecutive weekends and students will book for all dates: Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 April, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 April and Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 April.

Fee £340 | Discounted Fee £320 | Places 8

Discounted Fees are available for senior citizens who receive the state pension, those who are unemployed and those who are full-time HE or FE students.