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Archaeological Illustration: Flint
Course Date: 16th May
Course Tutor: Kate Brown (Kate Adelade Archaeological Illustration)
Kate graduated with a BA (hons) in Archaeology from the University of Sheffield in 2009. She has worked on a variety of community archaeological projects and student fieldschools, conducting fieldwork and teaching methods of archaeological excavation. She began illustrating archaeological finds in May 2013, and opened Kate Adelade Archaeological Illustration in September 2013.
Venue: This course will be taught in the classroom at our Wath-Upon-Dearne site.
Description: A day course to introduce archaeological illustration, with particular focus on flint.
This course will provide an introduction to the techniques used in the production of archaeological drawings.The workshop will cover the history of archaeological illustration as a whole, as well as the techniques used to produce modern illustrations and their evolution. Both how and why illustrations are produced in archaeology will be covered, culminating in a practical session where participants will be shown how to produce their own piece of illustration work.
You may bring their own piece of flint to illustrate if you wish (although it is recommended that they not exceed 15cm in length).
Registration To book a place on this course, use our secure online payment option by following the Paypal link below. We will send you email confirmation of your booking when we have received your payment.
Registration for this course is now open, and will close on Tuesday 12th May.
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