£5 per person.This is an experimental watercolour club for people who don't paint. In 2020 a series of monthly watercolour meet-ups will provide everything you need to have a go at watercolour painting, with a group of people who are all learning together. Come along, make some mistakes, make some masterpieces, have some coffee and chat with other people who don't paint, while painting.Feel free to bring along your favourite art materials, or use the materials provided.Meet at the Event Space at Ocean Studios (upstairs - there is a lift available)Please read the FAQs below. If you still have questions, it is best to contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org--FAQsQ) Is this a recurring event?A) YES! We meet up once a month.Q) Do I need to attend all sessions?A) No! Just drop in as it suits you.Q) Do I need to book?A) No, please just turn up! However, it is helpful if you click 'Going' on this event so I know how much to bring.Q) How much is it?A) £5 per person, or you can buy 6 tickets in advance for a discounted price of £25.Q) How can I pay?A) I take cash or card payments on the day.Q) Do you teach watercolour/do demonstrations?A) I do my best to come around and see everyone, give hints and tips and short demonstrations, however this is largely a freestyle event where you are invited to try out the equipment, learn from one another and from trial and error. It is not a formal watercolour class, everyone is working on different things!Q) Do I need to bring anything?A) No, but some people do like to bring their own materials, books or images to work from. I supply everything you will need, plus a selection of inspiration images if you are stuck for ideas.Q) I am a complete beginner, can I join?A) YES! This club is just for you. The focus is on socialising and enjoying spending some time with the materials. Some people come who have not picked up a paintbrush since school!Q) Are children allowed?A) Well behaved children are allowed if accompanied by an adult at all times. Please be aware that as it is not a taught class children do sometimes get bored, so please be prepared to support your child in coming up with new ideas as I work my way around the room.