Vindolanda - An Introduction to Archaeological Illustration - ; 22nd - 23rd February 2014

Saturday Feb 22nd and Sunday 23rd 2014 – An introduction to archaeological Illustration. 9.30am–4pm each day.

This weekend workshop covers aspects and techniques of archaeological illustration under the personal tuition of Mark Hoyle BA(hon);P.G.C.E.;MAAIS; MIfA     http://www.markhoyle.com

The course will look at general techniques and methods of accurately recording small finds including pottery illustration, metal objects, bone, and leatherwork. There will be a selection of objects from the excavations at Vindolanda to handle and draw over the duration of the course.

An archaeological drawing starter pack to use and keep will be provided.

Each booking will receive a voucher for a future visit to the award winning Roman Army Museum.

Costs include morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch on Saturday and Sunday. 12 places available: Cost £100 per person.

(A limited amount of well-appointed en-suite single or double B/B accommodation @ £60 per night (double) £50 per night single occupancy is available on site – please contact 01434344277 for details.

Please click here to download a booking form

Vindolanda Trust,
Chesterholm Museum,
Bardon Mill, Hexham,
Northumberland, NE47 7JN.

NH: 6th Feb 2014 10:30:00

 

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