In addition, Geraint offers tuition and mentoring in a variety of fine art disciplines for all ages, groups sizes and abilities. Why not see below for a selection of teaching and outreach projects Geraint has been involved in. Contact him directly for more information.
Expanded View of Drawing Seminar | The Riverfront Arts Centre | 2018
2 Session master classes catered for local art teachers to explore the wider benefits of drawing as a tool for looking.
Edgeland Drawing Workshop | Penarth Pier Pavilion | 2016
Using his exhibition: 'Edgeland' as material, participants experimented with a number of concepts and approaches including soundscapes and observational drawing as tools for exploring the spirit of a place.
Artist Talk as Student Ambassador | Buckingham Palace | 2015
Geraint was selected by the Royal Drawing School to speak about his experiences of the Drawing Year to patrons and HRH Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. Geraint works ad-hoc as an Ambassador for the school, representing the Organisation at internal and external events.
Artist Talk | Oriel Q, Narberth | 2014
Geraint gave a lecture and discussion on the central themes of his solo exhibition Landscapes of First World Problems at the gallery in Pembrokeshire.
2 Day Life Drawing Workshop | Neath Port Talbot College | 2014
A taught 2 day intensive introduction to life drawing for Sixth Form and Foundation students from Neath Port Talbot College.
The Big Draw with Neath Port Talbot College | Aberavon Shopping Centre | 2013
A day of public and student engagement through drawing in Port Talbots busy shopping centre.
Artist Talk with Neath Port Talbot College | Colony, Cardigan | 2012
A group of 30 students travelled to Cardigan in Pembrokeshire to visit the exhibition 'Colony' as part of Neath Port Talbot College's 'Reaching Wider' Program. The students were given the opportunity to view and engage with the exhibition through drawing and discussion led by Geraint.
Responding to Destruction | Bradon Forest School | 2012
The 2 day Workshop consisted of a short indroductory power point detailing my general art practice as well as my work specifically responding to destruction. The Students worked practically using a mixed media process of collage, painting and drawing to complete each their own works in response to destruction and the sublime.
Wiltshire Heads of Art Conference | Urchfont Manor | 2011
• Give teachers the confidence to deliver a drawing and mixed media project which will cover some environmental issues and target boys
• Enable teachers to make a demonstration piece or pieces in mixed media to inspire pupils and provide inspiration for individualised learning
• Enable you to teach the techniques to whole class groups or particular individuals who are developing personal projects in this direction
• There will be the chance to speak to heads of art and art teachers from other centres
• Allow teachers to share good practice leading to more effective art teaching