(22nd February - 2nd April, 2021)
This was the first themed six-week program that consisted of shared drawing
sessions, prompted independent drawing projects, group and individual
tutorials, feedback, surgeries and recommendations. These programs are designed
to support the growth and critical evolution of your drawing practice in a supportive
Ruth Broadbent, Hondarza Fraga, Aileen Harvey, Liz Horn, Edward Martin,
Kim Plowright, Sarah Praill, Petra Regent, Anna Rhodes, Nicola Scrutton.
and were led through the program by all three Drawing Correspondence
founding mentors, Chloe, Tania and Anita.
We connected participants to wider drawing networks and experiences through
digital exploration with National Collections and guests to the program:
Matthew Avignone, Akash Bhatt, Ioi Choi, Yutavia George, Jo Lewis, Gary Sangster, Emma Talbot.
The Drawing Correspondence Six Week Program concluded with an online
presentation of the work in the form of a publication.
Program Outline Availible on Request
All sessions are delivered live, in UK time, and we will also aim to record sessions.
NEW DATES AND COST FOR UPCOMING PROGRAM TO FOLLOW
There is one place offered under the Drawing Correspondence Bursary
scheme. See How to Apply
The Drawing Correspondence Six Week Online Course will offers:
- Guided live drawing sessions
- Drawing Project Prompts
- Group Discussion
- 1-2-1 Feedback Sessions
- Suggestions for further relevant Drawing Research and Investigation
- Opportunities to work with established institutions that support drawing
- Connection to a Community of Drawing Practice
- Professional Development Support
If you want to join any of the Drawing Correspondence Online Offers you will need to have:
- A strong wi-fi connection
- An email address
- A laptop or tablet
- Be able to access Zoom
- Facilities to document your drawings digitally as you make them