Spend a day using mindful photography to tune into the natural world around you, relax your mind and discover your creativity. Scroll down for full details.
Saturday 28th April, 2018 | 10am – 4pm
This workshop is suitable for both complete novices to mindfulness, photography or both, but also for people with some experience who have an interest in how mindfulness can be applied to photography.
All materials are provided apart from your photography tool, which can be either a camera or a phone with camera inbuilt. You can then keep a photo memento of the day or turn it into a canvas or frame it for your wall.
Refreshments will be served to you throughout the day along with a two-course handmade lunch served with a glass of local wine.
Outline of the day
10:00 Welcome with light refreshments
10:15 Introduction discussion
10.45 Mindfulness techniques:
11.15 Refreshment break with snack
11.30 Mindful photography slideshow:
12:00 Lunch break
1.00 Practical exercise
3.00 Refreshment break and snack
4.00 Home time
To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 10.
For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01949 81393.
Now based in Newark, Gilly grew up in Scotland where she developed an early love of nature, landscape and art. Ten years ago she took an Access to Art & Design course where she explored a variety of art techniques and discovered a passion for photography. She later went on to study photography with the Open collage of Arts.
Her photographs have been published in several magazines, including ‘On Landscape Magazine’, and she also writes about photography, creativity and mindfulness on her blog.
She has many years of teaching experience in a variety of subjects, including several years teaching in community learning for Canterbury College in Kent, also helping set up, design and teaching photography courses for Hairy Goat, a London- based photo tour company.