Grayson's Art Club - Channel 4

Back on our screens from 31 Jan', 7pm on Channel 4, if you're an amateur artist, it's worth trying to catch up with or take part in Grayson's Art Club. Originally a lockdown hit in April 20 it features artist and sculptor Grayson Perry and his wife Philippa.  Grayson aims to make art accessible, appealing to the 'average Joe on the sofa', inspiring the nation to create great art (and have messy fun) during isolation.  Inspiring, always interesting and with a clear focus on fun, Grayson is joined by a host of celebrity guests such as Noel Fielding, Harry Hill and Joe Lycett to explore the week's theme.  

Call for submissions - Would you like your art to be featured on the show? if so, submissions can be made online - just click here:




The Art of Zentangle

Zentangle is a simple to learn creative art form that helps you to  create beautiful images using structured patterns.  Its very relaxing, original and really boosts concentration and creates calm.  Take a look at the Zentangle channel on You Tube for inspiration and ideas.

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Art Matters

The Museum of Modern Art are offering a whole range of free online classes during the Coronvirus outbreak - so brush up your technique here.


Online Courses -

From fashion illustration and ipad character sketching, to needlecraft, cookery and mindful painting - Obby has a huge range of online creative classes to help you learn new skills and available to try from £10pp and upwards per class.
(Please note, as these are paid for classes please always check with the bill payer before signing up).

Getty Museum Art Challenge - Recreate the Classics, DIY style

The Getty Museum's DIY art challenge on Twitter during lockdown went viral - they challenged the public to recreate a famous work of art using people and objects from your home. Why not have a go yourself and take a look at the ideas others submitted - search Getty Art Challenge or check out @GettyMuseum. 

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