So there seems to be some confusion today.. maybe it’s finally seeing the sun or maybe we’ve all got into the swing of extended-weekend brain – I know I have – but there seems to be some confusion about how to join a class!
We have a complete programme of online classes led virtually in real-time by our amazing tutors. Aimed to be both fun and engaging as well as educational and self-esteem building, our classes cover a wide range of topics and subjects.
In this difficult week, a group gathered last night for our online life-drawing event and we all had a fantastic time. Andrew guided Julian eloquently into a series of poses and provided great tips and commentary for those of us drawing and well .. attempting to draw!
Fabulous tutor Oliva will soon be running our HWP Online class: Beginning with Landscapes so we thought you might like to know a little about her!
HwP Online.. Causing a Scene with Jamila.. What a brilliant couple of sessions we had with Jamila this today! There was an awful lot of giggling and even some beautiful singing whilst we were busy as beavers!
We now have an extensive programme of online art classes uploaded for you to book throughout the remainder of March and into April! We have everything from experimental art to mindfulness, life-drawing to landscapes.. and the programme is growing so there’s something for everyone.
Hens with Pens Online: Models & Tutors have lined up help their community and as such we are launching our programme of online events for both adults and children from Saturday 21st March.
Hens with Pens wanted to try and give you a bit of a boost! Help with mindfulness and reduce some isolation you may feel and will be offering a programme of online art classes and life drawing classes for the next couple of months absolutely free for our amazing groups.
Understandably we are getting an increased number of queries regarding your party and the current virus outbreak.
We want to reassure you that all our teams will be taking the most sensible precautions with extra care and diligence when attending your event.
So you’ve been commissioned with that all-important duty of maid of honour! You’re excited and buzzing with ideas but the pressure is on! When we think of creating a big event we automatically want to make it as memorable as possible, for most people that seems to involve grand gestures and complicated and extravagant plans which inevitably cause a whole lot of bother and very little enjoyment. Keep it relaxed, we want happy memories not memories of us wishing it was over already so we can breathe.