Love to spend time outside? Want to cultivate a creative spark but aren’t sure where to start? Deepen your connection to the environment, hone your skills of observation and reflection and get creative through the practice of visual journaling. Over two fall weekends, join Chesapeake writer and educator Kate Livie in a beginner’s visual journaling class designed to help you capture the beauty of nature while building your fundamental writing, drawing and watercolor techniques.
Offered in a new partnership between RiverArts and the Center for Environment and Society at Washington College, this class will be held onsite at the River and Field Campus (RAFC) at Washington College.
Classes will be held in-person and socially distanced, with masks required.
Cost: $100 per participant
Space is limited, so register early.
Participants will be given a recommended supplies list (no more than $100), with most materials readily available online, but may use their own materials or similar substitutes.
Participants will need to provide their own transportation, and will meet at the Royal Farms in Kingstown prior to each class to be guided to the RAFC class location each day by the instructor.
This class is held outside, so common sense is encouraged regarding clothing, sun protection, hats, water, insect repellent, etc.
To learn more about Kate or her work: katelivie.com
Registration is being coordinated by Washington College's Center for Environment & Society. Please use this link to register.
Registration fees are shared between the collaborating organizations. In addition, registrants are given an option to donate an additional amount to RiverArts or Washington College.