Drawing Workshop|Tropical plant and landscape in Indonesia neighborhood

The previous one with Philippine participants and now for Indonesian.

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Date: 19 June 2021
Time:  

  • 13:00-16:30 / Indonesia time 
  • 14:00-17:30 / Taiwan time

Agenda

  1. Introduction to the host SuaveArt and their work in Leuser, and how they work towards increasing ecological awareness through art and education.
  2. Botany lesson: learn to see the diversity and unique features of leaves, flowers, and fruit. We will learn about what key characteristics should be observed when trying to draw plants and distinguish between species. 
  3. Drawing lesson: how to approach drawing plants 
  4. Practice: Participants will draw during a relaxed, casual drawing session
  5. Sharing: participants will share their drawings, explaining (if they want!) what inspired them

**FREE***

Participants will be required to bring a plant of their own. This will be used to compare with the plants I'm the lesson (what shape are your leaves, etc) and will be the specimen they draw. Can be any plant. 

Participants will have a chance at the beginning to share their plant and explain any personal connection they have to it.

The targeted group are 1) people who like art, want to learn 2) don't know much about nature. OPEN FOR PUBLIC.

See more details here: https://fb.me/e/BtD6ut2b

Felicia Lasmana

Senior Quality Officer & Project Manager, HCV Network

I am a conservation biologist with great interest in the application of conservation science into a practical solution. I work with scientists, practitioners and academics in conservation and sustainability sector. Specialties: SE Asia terrestrial ecology (in bats and other mammals), High Conservation Values (HCV), Natural Resource Management & Conservation, Interdisciplinary Research, Quality Assurance, Sustainability Issues (in oil palm sector).

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Go to the profile of Lara Reden
3 months ago

Felicia, thanks for offering this workshop! I love the idea and would like to take part, but unfortunately, I'm not around on the 19th. Is this part of a workshop series?