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Queer Contemporary Life Drawing Workshop

$85.00

ON CAMPUS – Wednesdays  6pm – 9pm | 1, 8 and 15 March 2023 (3 x individual sessions)

Tango Conway

Join us for an evening of Life Drawing inspired by the 2023 Queer Contemporary exhibitions at the National Art School. The workshop is part gallery tour and part studio life drawing class. NAS drawing lecturer Tango Conway demonstrates and guides you to draw the human figure in relation to works on display in the Queer Contemporary exhibitions:

Braving Time, Fulgora and Luke Thurgate: Adore You.

This workshop is designed for participants over the age of 18 and for all levels of experience. It is a LGBTQI+ friendly event.

Full details below: course overview, course delivery, lecturer profile and art materials

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Queer Contemporary Life Drawing Workshops

One-off drawing workshops

Wednesdays 6:00pm – 9:00pm

1,  8 and 15 March 2023 (3 individual sessions)

$85 full fee and $75 early fee (ends 14 February)

 

Workshop Description

Join us for an evening of Life Drawing inspired by the 2023 Queer Contemporary exhibitions at the National Art School. The workshop is part gallery tour and part studio life drawing class. NAS drawing lecturer Tango Conway demonstrates and guides you to draw the human figure in relation to works on display in the Queer Contemporary exhibitions:

Braving Time, Fulgora and Luke Thurgate: Adore You.

This workshop is designed for participants over the age of 18 and for all levels of experience. It is a LGBTQI+ friendly event.

 

Lecturer profile                                                                    

Artist Tango Conway uses traditional drawing techniques to investigate theatrical dynamics in the life drawing studio. Her drawings emphasize structural compositions both real and imagined. Tango teaches drawing at the National Art School and worked in Education at the Art Gallery of NSW, and she holds a Graduate Diploma in Drawing and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture. Tango was awarded the Robert Le Gay Brereton Memorial Prize in 2019, the John Olsen Figure Drawing Prize and the Jocelyn Maughan Sketchbook Prize in 2016. Her artworks have been exhibited in Olsen Annexe, Articulate Project Space, Airspace Projects, Sculpture by the Sea and the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery.

 

Art Materials

All art materials supplied

*Protective clothing and covered footwear essential

Additional Information
Queer Contemporary Life Drawing

1 March 2023, 8 March 2023, 15 March 2023

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