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Making a Mood Board Online Workshop

$75.00

1 Hour Making a Mood Board Online Workshop
Time TBA

Learn how to create your own project mood board, a visual collage to inspire and bring clarity to your projects.
A mood board is a visual and tactile tool that helps you identify the key influencing themes and moods that are your project inspiration.

 

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1 Hour Making a Mood Board Workshop

Time TBA

The total running time will be 1hr 15mins.  this allows for a 15 minute intro – so everyone can sign in and get settled!

No experience necessary.

Kick start your projects witha mood board, create a visual collage to inspire and bring clarity to your projects.

Learn how to create your own project mood board – a visual and tactile tool. Learn how to take a step back from a project or idea, and identify the key influencing themes and moods that are your inspiration.This workshop will give you the guidelines and methodology you need to start the process.

Making a mood board helps give a project direction, and aids your decision making processes by establishing some creative themes. I see a mood board as something that is often a work in progress, and often the result of at least a few days work, not just a half an hour of cutting and pasting.
A mood board is a messy, enjoyable, immersive process, that evolves alongside your project.

Sometime the process can surprise you, and take you to places you may not have initially considered – this is one of the most exciting benefits of making a mood / inspiration board. This course is best suited to adults.

You don’t have to have a specific idea in mind to learn the basics, but if you do have an idea you would like to explore, bring along a few reference items, they may fall into some of the following categories:

colour, atmosphere, sounds, textures, appearance, scents, materials, feelings, memories

 

  • How the online class will be structured:  I begin with a demonstration using a real life scenario to explain the key stages of assembling a moodboard, then open the session for questions & answers where we concentrate on how to source your moodboard materials.
  • What you’ll be provided with: Hand out notes at the end of our session, which detail the content of our session for your future reference.
  • What you’ll learn: How to create a useful tool that can kickstart any a project.
  • Who will be teaching? Karen Smith, an experienced professional designer, artist, and craft enthusiast who shares her enjoyment of the entire creative process from concept ideas, through to finished pieces of handmade work.

Please note the maximum number of participants for this course will be 6. This is a comfortable number for a group session, allowing you to have a chance to participate in group discussisons, and for me to give each of you a a good level of attention. The minimum number for each session is 4, if we dont meet that number 5 days before the scheduled date for the session, the class will be cancelled and a full refund issued.