FACE NOW - a Workshop with Ruudt Peters

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Theme: FACE NOW. With our face we communicate with the outside world. Our facial expression shows a range of signals, which are translated and understood by others. Body language, codes and symbolism herein are essential. Our face is a mirror of the soul, our expressions make hiding our true selves difficult. In addition, time changes everyone's face from young to old, our age determines how we look globally. Time leaves its traces, and gives character to a person and his/her face. In this workshop FACE NOW we show our true face. In FACE NOW we hide nothing. We have to face what we are, and what we are making. FACE NOW is a workshop where we will discover and explore the face of the maker, and what the maker faces. We will fine tune and connect with your ‘Face’, guide you on the way to delve deeper into your own visual language and see yourself better.

 

The course starts: Monday, 28th July 2014, 10.00 hrs.
The course ends: Sunday, 3rd August 2014, after breakfast.
Departure: Sunday, 3rd August 2014, 10.00 hrs.

 

Full information on the workshop, how to sign up:
http://crafthaus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/face-now-workshop-by-ruudt-peters-assisted-by-estela-saez

 

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Comment by Atelier Hg on April 3, 2014 at 9:52am

See you in July Ruudt!

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I have been giving it serious consideration...

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