Future Programs:

WINTERING WELL / 6-week program

How can drawing help us prepare for the winter?

Winter is the season of necessary retreat and recovery, where we hibernate into our corners and nests. Drawing can be the perfect companion to this season of reflection and folding into our reserves. After summer’s harvest, we squirrel things away for this darker, quieter time. Drawings can act as a method of preserving, bottling, salting; drawings keep something for later. The language of drawing gives us the perfect vocabulary to describe this time of shadows and darkened tones, and the heat of fires lit against the darkness and cold. Wintertime has a simplified muddier palette to enjoy. As trees lose their leaves our drawn lines describe their skeletons and the bare bones of the season. And as the season’s darkness deepens, we are rewarded by its sparkle, the things we light against the dark, fireworks, candles, tinsel, and the magic of first frosts.

Deadline: 21st October
Selected Participants Informed: 24th October

Start date: 7th November
End date: 16th December

see How to Apply

Drawing Correspondence 1-2-1 Mentoring Sessions
These Individual Mentoring sessions are bookable hour-long session that support the critical development of your Drawing practice. The conversation will take place online, followed up with a written summary of the conversation.

Current Mentors:
Chloe Briggs
Tania Kovats

Bookable on request :

Cost : £120 per hour

How to Apply :
Participants send their chosen mentor : 5 X images of their recent work as a PDF, CV, and artist statement that shares their current focus.

Email : Drawing Correspondence with subject line ‘1-2-1 Mentoring Request’


Drawing Correspondence Membership :
We are developing a Drawing Correspondence Membership Scheme.
This will connect our members to our network and wider drawing community, with special membership events, newsletters, and promotional exchanges. The membership scheme will also help fund our bursaries for programs.


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