Classics on Screen: Two Workshop Programme for Oil Painters in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth
Posted on 13 June 2019.

I am presently taking registrations for the Second Semester of 2019 and invite you to enroll. There are still places in all venues.
The short programme consists of two 4-day workshops on the following dates:
 
CAPE TOWN (S.T.A.G. Studio, Simon’s Town Library)
2 - 5 September 2019
4 - 7 November 2019
 
JOHANNESBURG (Northcliff Union Church)
12 - 15 August 2019
21 - 24 October 2019
 
PORT ELIZABETH (Sappers Hall, Schoenmakerskop)
 
26 - 29 August 2019
7 - 10 October 2019
 
FEES FOR THE WORKSHOPS, INCLUDING ON-LINE PREPARATION AND POST-WORKSHOP SUPPORT ARE:
R5,200 IN PORT ELIZABETH AND R5,600 IN CAPE TOWN AND JOHANNESBURG.
 
Students receive a primary Tutorial Letter outlining the preparation of the programme. This includes doing some pleasant visual research and then developing a series of four charcoal drawings that will then be exploited in the first practical workshop as generators of at least two oil paintings. (The first tutorial includes a detailed set of instructions for beginner students on how to successfully generate a charcoal drawing.)
 
After the workshop, ongoing feedback and critical response is conducted via a closed FB page and students from all centres are able to participate in the collective experience. The next workshop consolidates and the post-workshop correspondence is intended to ensure a finished product from everyone.
 
It is not necessary to have completed the first semester programme to enroll in this programme; the two are independent and use different source material and formats.
 
If you are interested in attending and/or want more information, please contact me on my email address: gregkerr@yebo.co.za.  

Born in Johannesburg in 1949, Gregory Kerr spent much of his working life as a teacher and academic while pursuing a career as an artist.


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