Art & Photo
All Art & Photo courses and workshops in Luxembourg
Workshop – improving your command of French through the theatre
The theatre is a useful additional tool to help non-French speakers improve their command of French:
Exercises in diction, work on texts, improvisation, all in a relaxed atmosphere. No experience necessary.
THEATRE WORKSHOP 2
For those committed to participating regularly and performing in a play in the Spring. Each session begins with a warm-up of the voice, body, imagination…followed by rehearsals where you are divided into groups according to the chosen pieces. This year we shall be doing Molière.
The Theater Workshop is open to all! No experience required, just a sense of curiosity and the will to attempt your first steps on a stage.
What distinguishes Ikebana from a simply decorative approach to flower arranging is its asymmetric forms and use of empty space. Choosing the different elements of the composition and enhancing them requires know-how and experience in order to create the sort of beauty which you don’t find in nature.
For the students who have already completed the Interior Design Beginners’ Course, this new course is an opportunity to consolidate your knowledge on all the essential aspects of interior design, this time in more detail and through practical conceptual projects. The classes will be organised in the same order as the previous ones, from planning your project to accessorizing, but this time th
Cartonnage is the art of making accessories, decorative objects and personalized storage boxes from cardboard. If you like pretty fabrics, ornamental paper, ski-vertex (an appealing soft leather) and enjoy creating with your hands, this class will teach you to make a wide variety of objects: mail organizers, tea boxes, jewellery boxes.
Come and discover the art of Arraiolos carpet-making by making cushions, wall hangings, foot stool covers and even carpets using this ancient cross stitch technique of Slavic origin brought to the Iberian peninsula by North African peoples. It has existed in Portugal since the XVIth century, in Arraiolos which has given its name to the technique.
GFCA Luxembourg provides professional training for actors in English in Luxembourg through the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting in London.
This season, GFCA Luxembourg is offering theme based acting workshops In Luxembourg, taught by teachers from the Giles Foreman Centre for Acting, London.
1. Introduction to Photography and Related Media: The fundamentals of analog and digital SLR, film exposure and development, darkroom techniques, digital imaging, and studio lighting.
2. Basics of Photography: Explaining how a digital camera works, image composition, technique, and editing.