We know how overwhelming it can feel when you or someone you love is living with a brain tumour. Take this opportunity to slow down, let go, and enjoy a creative, fun morning with wonderful people who truly understand.
By popular demand, Michelle Charles will be running another two-hour drawing workshop on May 11th for the brain tumour community.
- Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for you, our brain tumour community. Whether you have lots of experience, or have not drawn since school, come along. No prior experience is necessary.
- What to expect of the session
Expect to have some fun. We will be doing some really simple exercises that are designed to enable relaxat ion and joy.
- What to expect after the session
Expect to come away with a little surprise gift, courtesy of brainstrust, and some newly aquired creative skills.
- What to bring
If you’ve taken the first workshop please bring your sketchbooks, pencils and sharpenerthat’s if you still have them- don’t worry if you don’t! Materials will be provided otherwise.
“Thank you brainstrust and Michelle for setting up such an enlivening creative outlet for us all to enjoy… it was wonderful to meet such inspiring people who choose to live rather than to let brain tumours bring them down”- Patient
Date: Monday 11th May
Venue: Bemerton Art Workshops, 199 Caledonian Road, London, N1 0AF
Time: 11.am until 2pm
About the Workshop Leader
Ms. Charles is an experienced artist and workshop leader in art and design, and has taught for many years at art schools in the USA and UK. Her works are in public collections that include; The British Museum, The Wellcome Trust, The Brooklyn Museum (USA), and the National Museum of Art (USA).