Wednesday 27 October | 11:30am or 2pm | £15
Do you want to sharpen up your drawing skills? Look no further! Join textile and fashion designer Suki Bourne on this practical 1 hour workshop, to learn fashion drawing tricks based on the Fashion and Textile Museum’s best-selling books, How to Draw Like a Fashion Designer and How to Draw Vintage Fashion.
Using a fashion template or croquis, participants will learn how to turn a stick figure into a full figure and draw from garments taken from the Museum’s collection. View the current exhibition before the workshop and be inspired to develop your own style of fashion drawing. This is a beginner’s step-by-step workshop suitable for ages 12+, perfect for budding designers and youngsters who have a passion for fashion.
Suki Bourne is a freelance fashion and textile designer who has worked both nationally and internationally. She teaches a variety of workshops at the Museum, including Fashion Collection and the Summer School programme. Suki also mentors young designers helping them to develop their work into commercially viable designs.
Beginner level, suitable for children 12 to 18 years.
including materials and exhibition entry
The Fashion and Textile Museum operates in line with all government guidance in relation to COVID-19. We regularly review our procedures and practices in order to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our visitors and staff. Find our full visiting guidance here.
- If you or anyone that you have recently been in contact with is displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please do not attend your workshop. If you are unable to attend your workshop for reasons related to COVID-19, please get in touch and we will be happy to reschedule your ticket(s).
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– Gloves will be available for use throughout your workshop.
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