Our step-by-step guide will show how you can take part in creative art activities at home using only household materials and basic stationery. Inspiration comes from the RIBA’s collection of architectural images via RIBApix (https://www.ribapix.com).
In this video, we will explore experimental techniques and draw in three new ways using: erasers, sticks and masking tape. The aim is not to draw with precision or detail, but to have fun and create your own unique pieces of art.
The video shows the hands of artist Wilson Yau demonstrating the three drawing activities and has been audio described by VocalEyes (https://www.vocaleyes.co.uk) thanks to a National Lottery Project Grant from Arts Council England.
The video builds on a range of downloadable free resources on the RIBA’s website, devised by artists and RIBA Learning staff to encourage meaningful creativity at home, inspired by architecture. They can be seen via https://www.architecture.com/education-cpd-and-careers/learning/adults . This video is based on the PDF resource “Power up! New and quick ways to power up your creativity and approach to making art”.