Time & Location
22 Oct 2022, 14:00 – 17:00
About the event
LINEWORK Drawing Workshop:
Explore your architectural and artistic creativity through the joy of drawing.
LINEWORK is a series of interactive drawing workshops facilitated by architect and conceptual artist, Lorenzo Nassimbeni. LINEWORK offers an opportunity for architects, designers in other fields and artists (professionals and students) to explore architectural and artistic concepts through the medium of freehand drawing. The workshops are about celebrating one’s creativity through freedom of expression and the joy of drawing. Participants follow inspiring design themes by drawing live during the workshop, making wonderful discoveries under the guidance of the facilitator.
*Above graphics by Azraa Gabru and Lorenzo Nassimbeni.
Please note that there is a limit of 30 participants per workshop.
CPD points value :
Tuesday workshops: 0.6 CPD point in Category 1
Saturday workshops:1 CPD point in Category 1
Contact details: e-mail : email@example.com mobile :+27727797535
NB: CHOOSE FROM THE DATES BELOW. EACH DATE REPRESENTS A SINGLE AND SEPARATE WORKSHOP. EACH WORKSHOP HAS A UNIQUE THEME. THEREFORE YOU CAN CHOOSE TO DO MORE THAN ONE WORKSHOP.
- Tuesday, 23 August 2022: Texture and materiality in design: a drawing exploration (18:00-20:00 SAST)
- Saturday, 27 August 2022: Plants and space in architecture (14:00-17:00 SAST)
- Saturday,17 September 2022: Explore Barcelona through drawing (14:00-17:00 SAST)
- Saturday, 22 October 2022: Exploring architectural space through drawing with ink and brush (14:00-17:00 SAST)
Online Host: Zoom
Link to meeting: Will be sent by e-mail to participants
Cost per Tuesday workshop ( 0.6 CPD point per workshop ):
SACAP members: R 550 (incl. VAT) per workshop
GIfA members: R 500
Students : R 100 (incl.VAT) ) per workshop
Cost per Saturday workshop ( 1 CPD point per workshop ):
SACAP members : R 790 (incl. VAT) per workshop
GIfA members : R 750
Students : R 150 (incl.VAT) ) per workshop
Hashtag : #linework
This workshop has been accredited by the Gauteng Institute for Architecture