Creative Playground – Drawing Games With Ehud Neuhaus
October 29, Saturday, 14:00 – 15:30
Ehud Neuhaus (1975, Israel) is an autodidact who has been working as a web designer and developer, animator, graphic designer, and VJ, amongst other things. These days he draws and illustrates, writes, contemplates, and teaches yoga.
He recently completed 365 days of daily drawings that were posted on his Instagram account. He continues with the daily practices, focused on doing more than on achieving, and hopes to inspire others to find such practices.
In this workshop, we will mostly play. It is for everybody – there are no knowledge, background, or skill requirements. You don’t even need to “know how to draw.”
Using different exercises to loosen up and get perfectionist tendencies out of the way, we will try to have some creative fun and connect to simply doing without the pressure of performance. It’s great if you feel a bit stuck if you want to start but don’t know how, or if you just want to play:)
-The workshop is in English.
-No need to bring special clothes.
-Please be on time or a bit before.
-We strongly encourage you to register as the class size is limited to 10 people per class.
-For all levels. No experience is necessary – the workshop is intended for beginners but is also suitable for the more experienced.
-We offer a relaxed and supportive environment. Join us. It will be FUN.
-The workshop will start with a minimum of 5 participants.
Group size: 10 people
Duration: 90 min.
Costs: €29- (including materials & tea)
Location: Kesemy design shop & studio in Nieuwmarkt area,
Korte koningsstraat 21, 1011EX Amsterdam.
My studio is located in the center of Amsterdam – 200 meters from the Nieuwmarkt, 100 meters from Nieuwmarkt Metro station, or a 5-min walk from the Central station.
Nieuwmarkt Metro station- lines 51, 53, and 54 have a stop at this station (exit Nieuwmarkt and Koningsstraat).
From Central Station Amsterdam – one stop with the Metro and a 200-meter walk.
If you are coming by tram, the closest stop is Waterlooplein. The 9 and 14 stops there, an 8-min walk from there.
If you are coming by bus, the closest stop is Prins Hendrikkade. Buses 22, 34, 35, 48, 391, 392 stop there.
About Kesemy hosts,
Are you looking for new ways to expand your creativity? Maybe you are also searching for a meeting point for like-minded creatives to grow and evolve together. These are the kind of wishes that I have myself. That’s why I decided to set up Kesemy Hosts, where I invite different creatives into my studio for fun workshops.
Kesemy Hosts is a platform that brings together people from different walks of life with a common interest: creativity. Workshops on art, design, different types of crafts, and even lifestyle will inspire you to look at your creative process and life through a new lens. At each workshop, a different story unfolds, and new insights are offered.
By joining workshops that allow you to explore different creative mediums, you use your body and mind. Knowing other materials and textures wakes your senses, and you can get closer to a mind-body balance. Additionally, you get to meet and interact with people in real life, not behind a screen.