Vesna Trobec is teaching drawing for the City of Sydney at the Kings Cross Library and the Juanita Nielsen Community Centre in Woolloomooloo.  Sign up for free introductory classes (below) or the affordable short courses (details will be available soon).

Drawing with Charcoal @ the Kings Cross Library (click to book for free – bookings required)
This workshop will explore both basic mark-making, compositional techniques, and toning. Students will learn to combine their skills and imagination to create unexpected works of art.  In this class students will be drawing with charcoal, pastels, and dry crayon. Students will be asked to experiment with light and shade through a number of easy exercises, and will clearly see the power in using them.
Where: City of Sydney Library, Kings Cross
When: Saturday, 31 January from 12:00PM to 2:00PM

Your Voice in Colour @ the Kings Cross Library (click to book for free – bookings required)
Get ready to enter the world of colour. Students will be introduced to mark making techniques and the delight of using colour in drawings. Students will complete achievable images, tasting and testing different approaches to the use of colour, and how this affects the composition and feeling of the piece.  Students will quickly find a technique that suits them, allowing them to find their own colour voices.
Where: City of Sydney Library, Kings Cross
When: Saturday, 7 February from 12:00PM to 2:00PM

(Pictured drawing by Chelsea Harper)