Art course in Romania

“A week in medieval, beautiful Brasov, with four days of professional art teaching, specialising in botanical drawing and painting. Hotel accommodation, with Carpathian Mountains all part of the beautiful backdrop.”


Brasov | Four day art course | Hotel accommodation | Visit to Dracula’s Castle | Carpathian Mountains | Professional artist teacher

Description of Art course in Romania

Head to beautiful Transylvania to join an art course in Romania 's stunning medieval city of Brasov. Receive expert tuition from a professional artist, helping you to become more competent and confident in your painting abilities.

This course is an intensive introduction to botanical drawing and painting. It is is aimed particularly at beginners and intermediates, although competent artists will also benefit from learning in a new way, in a new location and with different people. The course takes place in an airy studio in the medieval centre of Brasov, although there may be times when outdoor painting is embraced too.

Towering mountains and stunning forests surround Brasov, making this a perfect location for natural inspiration. You will be in Romania for one week, with the course taking place for 4 days, with 6 hours of instruction each day. During the other days you can join a half-day trip to Dracula's Castle and take a tour around Brasov. The rest of your time is free to enjoy this wonderful location.

All art materials are included in the course. The teacher will adapt her guidance to the specific experience of individuals. The teacher is a passionate international artist with over 10 years of experience teaching art to all ages and abilities.

The course covers:

- Drawing techniques
- Introduction to the theory of composition and colors
- Introduction to charcoal, pencils, watercolour, oil and collage
- Different types of painting, from naturalistic to abstract
- 24 hours of training over one week

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Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Art course in Romania


Our placements are designed to immerse you in a different culture, living and working with local people. There’s plenty to gain personally from this challenge – a sense of achievement, broader horizons and some wonderful memories. But we make sure that local people, the environment and wildlife benefit too.

Supporting local wildlife- we work with a bear sanctuary and dog shelter close to Brasov to offer our support to local wildlife conservation. We encourage participants to visit the bear sanctuary as tourists to learn more about the fate of bears in Eastern Europe.

Environment - Our company takes an environmentally responsible attitude towards recycling and reusing of waste products. We also offset carbon emissions in our office (gas, electricity, business mileage) and encourage all participants to offset their flight emissions via a carbon offset scheme run in conjunction with Tree Aid. We also offer the option of travelling there by train to cut down on carbon emissions. Our volunteers are given a pre-departure briefing where they are encouraged to minimise waste and to live in a way that will not have a detrimental effect on the country. This extends to not wasting water or electricity.


Meeting local needs - We have been running programmes in and around Brasov since 1999 and have long-standing relationships with local people. We try to spread the employment opportunities around local people, and employ a representative, a teacher, transfer drivers and other helpers to make our projects possible.

The project also helps the local economy. Our participants spend money on food and leisure; we pay rent to a local landlord and we arrange day trips and meals out in local attractions. In addition, we donate money regularly to the various charitable projects that we work with in response to their needs.

Cultural sensitivity - Our pre-departure briefing includes a special session entitled ‘Responsible Tourism’ where we discuss cultural differences and sensitivities as well as advising volunteers on appropriate conduct. People a briefed on what is considered polite in terms of eating, greeting and dressing. It is encouraged that all volunteers learn some Romanian prior to departure, and they get a helping hand whilst out there as well.

1 Reviews of Art course in Romania

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 31 Aug 2018 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

Lovely city and a lovely art teacher.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?

It made us travel to Brasov, what we otherwise not have done. So I guess it's good for the local economy and to support this organization in other projects.

4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?

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