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Textiles Drawing and Design Part 1 Newcastle Aug 15 2019

Textiles Drawing and Design Part 2 Newcastle Aug 16 2019
Textiles Drawing and Design Part 1 Newcastle Aug 15 2019

Textiles Drawing and Design Part 1 Newcastle Aug 15 2019

$349.00 + GST

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Product Description

A practical one-day workshop divided into two sessions. Suitable for textile teachers across all stages who are looking to improve existing design and drawing skills and gain new ideas and resources for projects, which simulate current industry practices.Participate in fun, hands-on activities throughout the day that are guaranteed to inspire and engage your own students. As an experienced fashion designer and teacher, this course arms you with the latest information and skills to assist you with the delivery of the curriculum. Participants take away with valuable resources and learning activities that can be individualised for their own classroom projects and lessons.

Audience

Fantastic for any textile technology teacher looking to be inspired with new ideas for developing engaging and stimulating resources for your buddying textile design students and brush up on their industry knowledge and fashion illustration. Gain a greater sense of confidence for delivering the knowledge and skills to your students following the duration of this course.

What To Bring

Required: Felt tip pen, lead HB drawing pencil, rubber, eraser, clear plastic ruler.

Additional: If you have any water colour pencils and/or paints and rendering markers feel free to bring for the fashion drawing session, but not a requirement, as presenter will have a supply of these.

Delivery Format

Face to Face – Individual

Time

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.

Price

$349 + GST (Includes morning tea, lunch, tea and coffee.)

Sessions

Session 1 – Working as a Designer
  • Current industry climate/practices with a focus on the fashion design and production
  • New ideas for textile design briefs in line with the current industry climate
  • Ideas generation and fun activities that will inspire your students
Session 2 – Fashion Illustration Introduction
  • Learn how to successfully draw a variety of fashion garments on 10 head fashion figures, and complementary hairstyles and accessories
  • Introduction to rendering using light and shade to illustrate movement
  • The successful application of watercolour paints, pencil and marker rendering for fashion illustration
  • Different rendering techniques to communicate fabric surface and textures for basic prints, lace/sheer, denim and knit
  • Take home templates and illustration reference notes for your use
  • Complete a minimum of 2 fashion illustrations

 

 


Completing TEXTILES – Design & Drawing Workshop Part 1 will contribute 5 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 6.2.2, from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

6.2.2 Proficient Level – Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.

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Sessions

Session 1 – Working as a Designer
  • Current industry climate/practices with a focus on the fashion design and production
  • New ideas for textile design briefs in line with the current industry climate
  • Ideas generation and fun activities that will inspire your students
Session 2 – Fashion Illustration Introduction
  • Learn how to successfully draw a variety of fashion garments on 10 head fashion figures, and complementary hairstyles and accessories
  • Introduction to rendering using light and shade to illustrate movement
  • The successful application of watercolour paints, pencil and marker rendering for fashion illustration
  • Different rendering techniques to communicate fabric surface and textures for basic prints, lace/sheer, denim and knit
  • Take home templates and illustration reference notes for your use
  • Complete a minimum of 2 fashion illustrations

Brianna Pawlik

My area of expertise is fashion design and production. I hold an Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design and Technology and currently work as a part time fashion design teacher at Hunter TAFE (2010- current). I am also a casual TAS teacher (specialising in textiles design and food technology). I am the owner and designer of Miss Lulu, a nautical retro inspired clothing label for modern day pin ups (since 2008) and I am currently developing a new accessories and homewares range under a new label The Sailor, Siren & Co.

https://www.missluluclothing.com

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