Trapped in Zone One Workshops
Join us at one of our upcoming workshops, details below. If you have any questions contact us.
International Women’s Day Just Type Workshop with Lana Hughes
Join Lana Hughes and create your own word-based piece of art during International Women’s Day, in aid of Young Women’s Trust.
We'll be collecting donations throughout each workshop for Young Women's Trust, a not-for profit charity supporting women young struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty.
Lana is a London based artist specialising in hand-lettering, sign writing and typographic illustration. In this workshop Lana will guide you in creating a unique type slogan artwork based on the theme of International Women's Day over a 3 step process of sketch, fill and outline using Posca markers.
All the material are provided, all we ask you to bring is your creativity!
Friday 08 March 2019
We Built This City, 56B Carnaby Street, London W1F 9QF
Saturday 09 March 2019
Great Art, 41-49 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AG
Thursday 14 March 2019
Theatre Deli, 2 Finsbury Avenue, London, EC2M 2PA
Just Type ‘Brush Letting’ Workshop with Juan2, 02 February 2019
Whether you have a specialist interest in typography, or just want to try your hand at something new and creative, join Millsnic for a colourful afternoon creating your own lettering design with Tombow ABT Brush pens and I LOVE ART markers.
This workshop is on a drop in basis. Spaces are first come, first served and you may arrive at any point during the advertised times and take as long as you like with your artwork.
Address: GreatArt London, 41-49 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AG
Graff Lettering Workshop with Bronk and Dreg, 17 January 2019
Join us at GreatArt to learn how to create your own graff characters and incorporate them into a lettering artwork on canvas using Molotow™ ONE4ALL and I LOVE ART twin markers.
You'll be guided by graffiti artists BRONKa.k.a.EVILMAN and Dregone, who recently assisted us in our fundraising campaign last month in aid of South London based homeless charity 999 Club.