Happy Mondays: Mixed Media Birds (workshop)Book now
Create your own mixed media artwork inspired by the birdlife in and around campus.
***For Loughborough University students only***
Create your own mixed media artwork inspired by the bird life in and around campus. You will develop a layered artwork using paint, wax pastel, oil pastel and collage onto paper or cardboard using nature magazines and books. Add natural objects to your piece or create unique rubbings using soft pastel and charcoal. All materials will be provided but if you'd like to bring your own natural objects collected on campus then please do so. No experience necessary.
About the workshop leader
Lucy Stevens is a sound and visual artist whose work explores our relationship with the natural environment. She draws inspiration from ornithology and colour theory. She is also an amateur birdwatcher. Her projects often include working in collaboration with experts in the natural world including scientists, museum curators, ornithologists, photographers and musicians. Her work interprets birdsong, museum collections and conservation data into mixed media abstract portraits on paper and sound works developed from gathering field recordings.
This event is part of Happy Mondays – your weekly creative fix in partnership with LSU. Happy Mondays events are for Loughborough University students only .
This workshop will take place in one of the upstairs meeting rooms in the Students' Union. There is lift access to the first floor and there are accessible toilets on the ground and first floors in the Union.
If you have any specific access requirements or anything you would like us to be aware of when running the event, please let us know via the booking form or email email@example.com in advance of booking and we will do our best to accommodate them.
Photography and/or filming may be taking place at this event. If you do not consent to your photo being taken/being filmed and used for publicity purposes, then please alert the photographer/videographer on the day.