Drawing Workshop at KKM

One week intensive drawing workshop in a scenic location in costal Northern Denmark 13-19 March 2016

A one week intensive drawing workshop in a scenic location in costal Northern Denmark where participants will have a concentrated opportunity to develop skills with the award-winning illustrator Aljoscha Blau and Professor of Fine Arts, Artem Alexeev.

Our goal is to combine intuitive and rational approaches to observational drawing. While searching for individual expression amongst the enchanting woodland and heath surroundings of the Kirsten Kjaer’s Museum, we will bring to attention technical aspects of life drawing: composition, perspective, construction: using the example of the human body and the material world around it. Moving towards more experimental approaches, we will emphasize the state of ultimate intimacy an observational drawing is capable of reaching. The program will include daily lectures and assignments, and detailed feedback will be given over each module.


Aljoscha Blau, born in 1972 in Leningrad, graduated in drawing and painting in St. Petersburg and illustration and graphics at HAW Hamburg. Since 1997 he has worked as a freelance illustrator and has created a fine range of books for children and adults. He is based in Berlin and teaches in Denmark, France and Germany. http://aljoschablau.com/ 

Artem Alexeev is a Professor of Fine Arts, graduated from The St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. Being a founder of the Drawing Academy of The Animation Workshop, Viborg, www.animwork.dk, he splits his time between teaching and painting www.artemartemartem.com 

When & Where: 13 March 2016 at 18:00 to 19 March 2016 at 15:00, Kirsten Kjaer’s Museum, Langvadvej 64, 7741 Frøstrup, DENMARK www.kkmuseum.dk (Arrivals on sunday, course starts monday morning).

Cost: 350 euro for course + 250 euro accommodation in private rooms with shared bathrooms, materials and wholesome food. Families and pets are most welcome and private apartments are available at request.

Please email info@kkmuseum.dk to book a space or for further information. Spaces are limited to 17 people, allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Deposit of 100€ required to confirm booking.