The session is open to all skill levels and an excellent introduction to drawing for beginners or experienced artists alike.
We host regular drop in sessions every Wednesday evening at the Slightly Curious Studio and alternate each week between male and Female models. The sessions are untutored but help is on hand if you need any advice. The classes are fun and relaxed, no pressure, just have some fun and learn at the same time. Our sessions begin with short, gestural poses and move up to a longer sustained pose.
All basic materials are provided but feel free to bring your own materials!
This is ideal for anyone looking to try something new and good place for you to meet and network with fellow creatives!
Please ring the bell that says the slightly curious studio once you arrive.
This experience is wheelchair friendly!
What you need
No available dates? Drop the host your email and they'll add some more dates! You need to be signed in to request.
You may cancel this booking up to 5 days and 0 hours in advance.
This experience is wheelchair accessible. In order to be wheelchair accessible, all of the following criteria must be met.Please note that the host is responible for ensuring that the criteria above has been met.
Did you know?
The earliest known drawings date from 30,000 to 10,000 B.C.. They were found on the walls of caves in France and Spain.
Find your way there
Venice House 243 Ealing Road, Wembley, UK
- The Slightly Curious Studio is a creative studio based in London and Hong Kong, co-founded by Sampada Gurung , Michelle Lo and Rosa Chan . Our studio based in North London , Alperton is run and managed by Sampada Gurung. Sampada is a multi disciplinary artist, specialising in illustration, ceramics and crafts . She has been teaching in various studios across uk for years and loves teaching and giving others a platform to encounter materials and learn skills to express their imagination and curiosity. Sampada host's weekly evening Life Drawing Drop in class and weekend pottery classes, open to all level and skills. The pottery workshops focuses on hand-building techniques - pinching, coiling, slabbing - and wheel throwing. All classes and workshops are designed to encourage confidence, inspire and take risks without criticism while being stretched in unexpected and challenging ways. The studio is located in Alperton, the London Borough of Culture (LBOC) 2020. The studio is easy to get to by train, bus and overlooks the beautiful view of the grand union canal.