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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Keeping A Sketchbook Journal

A uniquely personal way to recall experiences

From Saturday Jun 02, 2018 to Saturday Jun 09, 2018
Cost:
Book before 02/03/2018 only £700.00
Later £730.00

Availability: CALL


Most of us carry a camera on holiday, to significant events - and nowadays almost everywhere. Although we may get a lot of images, they don't usually recall our personal response to an experience. There is another way…

A sketch enables us to record only what is significant for us, leaving out everything else to make a unique record. It takes longer too, so we are obliged to pay more attention and be more fully in the experience. As Roger puts it:

"For much of my life I carried a sketchbook when I’ve been travelling or simply going out locally. Generally, it’s not to make a sketch which I could turn into a painting later but as a way of seeing right now. When I look back at a sketch I can recall the place; its flavour and my feelings in a way that a photograph fails to capture."

Course Leader

Roger Hart
Roger is an artist, art therapist and Alexander Technique teacher. His friends urged him to share his long and joyful experience of keeping his sketchbook journal.

 

Forthcoming...

Private Booking: A Bio-Energy Perspective.
with Nuala Bent
Feb 24 -
Mar 3
For details and booking see > > >

Radiant Body, Beautiful Mind
with Jason Chan
Mar 3 - 10
Maturing gracefully with age

People Say…

"Bookings Process: Excellent - both written and quality of phone calls to English office. Content & Methods Excellent - varied in both content and methods but always coming back to the principles they wished us to internalise. I intend to pursue this technique on my return to England. General My first holiday on my own and it was lovely to find a safe and secure place in which to enjoy the sunshine, eat good food, develop insights into myself/meet new people. The structure of the day and the rules (like quiet after 11 p.m.) were appreciated."

Susan Dahlin