New protocols at the School of Art & Wellbeing
Covid protocols at the Pavilion Studio
The pavilion will have been deep cleaned before the arrival of staff & students each day
The maximum number of students has been reduced to 10 for classes and courses
2 metre distancing must be observed at all times.
▪ On entering the studio, choose where you want to sit.
▪ Please keep the same place throughout the class.
▪ Put your belongings on your table and immediately wash your hands at the art sink before touching anything inside. This creates a safe working area.
▪ You can wear gloves and a mask if you choose, the tutor will be wearing a clear, full face visor at all times.
The pigeon holes by the door can be used for coats and personal items after washing your hands.
Access to the loos will now be via the outside doors, one person at a time. There are 2 sprays, paper towel and bin for you to use to spray and wipe down all surfaces/handles/loo flush/taps etc and we ask that you do this on exit. You will need to wash hands at the art sink on your return.
Please bring your own water bottle with you and there is drinking water on site.
You will need to bring your own apron, cup, water bottle, biscuits and materials where applicable.
Tea or coffee will be served to your work table.
Gareth Edwards – Abstract Expressionist Landscape | 5 day course | September
Hannah Twine – Go Wild! | 2 day course | August
Hannah Twine – Painting & Drawing
Hannah Twine – Portraying Life Forms
Hugh Dunford Wood – print your own wallpaper | 3 day course | September
Mary Ann Mackenzie – Portraiture | 3 day course | September
Matthew Davison – Absolute Intermediates – Art Class – September
Matthew Davison – Absolute Beginners – September