Fight Club Drawing Group
Thursday 28th Oct // 7:30-9pm // £10 booking essential via Eventbrite

An exciting drawing experience unique to Studio KIND. 

Fight Club Drawing Group is a pop-up opportunity for people who enjoy the challenge of drawing people in movement.

There will be live sparring between Brazilian Jiu Jitsu students from on a timer set to 1 minute. They will then freeze for another minute when the timer goes off, all whilst wearing the traditional Gi. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is an exciting, flowing, mostly ground based martial art with the objective of controlling and submitting your partner.


Please arrive at 7.30pm to set up in your drawing position. The session will last for one hour from 8pm to 9pm reflecting the intensity of the authentic sparring and the drawing. Bring your materials, including a board to work on, a drink and a mask. Our group welcomes anyone, wherever they are on their artistic journey - we all learn from each other.

Please note, this group is only open to people over 18.

Watercolour course with Antigone Neaum
Wednesday 10:00-12:00 // 22nd September to 27th October // £90 for the six-week course

Antigone lives in Ilfracombe,  having worked as a Contextual Studies and Visual Culture lecturer in Higher Education.

The course is suitable for beginners or people with some experience with watercolours, and will be going over the technical elements of watercolour painting, as well as more expressive ways to work with the medium.

Spaces are limited so that there is lots of one-on-one attention. 

To enquire please contact Antigone at

Monday Morning Yoga Club
Every Monday 7-8am // £10 pay on the door

It’s about starting the week full of intention.  A vinyasa class of flowing asana, meditation and a healthy dose of pranayama. Moving your body with good friends to good music. We get coffee after too if you don’t have to rush off to work. Join us. 

Led by Kathleen Spears

Mindful Mondays
Every Monday 10:00-11:00am (except school holidays) // £5 on the door // starting 4th October

Mindful Mondays is a beginner’s mindfulness meditation teaching and mental health support group ran by mindfulness teacher, Maddy Agnew. Mindfulness meditation is a mental training practice that teaches you to slow down racing thoughts, let go of negativity, and calm both your mind and body. Benefits of mindfulness include: reduced stress, emotional balance, increased focus, reduced pain reduced anxiety, increased creativity, reduced depression, increased memory, increased compassion and increased productivity.


£5 pp or whatever you can afford. Sessions run during school term time only. 

If you would like to attend please get in touch with Maddy to let her know you are coming along on 07812018645 or

Yoga with Faye
Every Monday 8-9pm // £5 pay on the door // starting on 18th October 2021

A Sri Lankan Hatha style yoga session suitable for anyone, including beginners, with a focus on stress relieving and strengthening.

Led by Faye Al-Nakeeb. For more information please contact Faye at

Braunton Life-Drawing Club 
Every Tuesday 6:30-9pm // £10 pay on the door

A friendly life-drawing group based at Studio KIND. 

Bring your materials, including a board to work on, a drink and a mask. Our class welcomes anyone, wherever they are on their artistic journey - we all learn from each other.

We start the evening with quick poses and end with one long one. You are welcome to work in any medium as long as you can control where it goes, and it doesn't cause dangerous fumes. Social distancing is in place. We look forward to seeing you.

Please note, this group is only open to people over 18. 

Mark-Making in the Landscape with Frances Gynn RWA
more dates to be announced soon

Join Frances Gynn RWA as she leads you through the Braunton Burrows, once of the largest dune networks in the UK, at the heart of the North Devon Area of Outstanding Beauty. Bringing you closer to nature, this practice has the potential of unleashing spontaneity as well as considered ideas that working within the elements can bring. Frances will demonstrate a few of the ways in which she make marks directly from nature, within her own art practice. In partnership with The Burton at Bideford. 

In 2021 Frances was awarded the Environmental Artist Commission The Burton at Bideford, focusing on the effect of plastic pollution on the flora within this area.