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Watercolours for the Mind

Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus, London

30 Jan 780 x 440 watercolours for the mind Part of Make Do Play

Art allows us to slow down and look beyond the obvious. This workshop invites you to let go of pre-conceived ideas about perfection and further develop the connection between your inner and outer worlds. You will be stimulated to explore through playful, creative drawing and painting exercises, and encouraged to share your ideas both on paper and through reflection. At the end of the workshop, you will have a basic understanding of watercolour techniques - leaving the session with your own artwork. The techniques learnt will also enable you to find perspective, clarity and opportunities for creative sharing in other aspects of your life.

Creativity for wellbeing fact: 
Research has shown making and being creative strengthens the connectivity between the left and right hemisphere of the brain, boosting productivity and psychological resilience.

 

** Please note this event is exclusively for staff and students of King’s College London **

Make Do Play is produced by the university's Culture team for the King's Cultural Community. This session is delivered by Arts + Mind and Josh Drewe.

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