Life Drawing with live music by Loren Kate
Join us for beautiful night of life drawing and live music.
During the first half of the evening you will be guided by Art therapist, Megan Lille, through a series of dynamic short poses. We'll then take a short break, drink some tea and eat some sweets. We'll then resume the second half with a shift into longer poses, where the model with hold position, allowing you time to delve deep into details and nuances.
Loren Kate will be playing live while you sketch, bringing the magic of music together with the magic of visual art.
Basic materials supplied. (A3 Paper & Clipboards, pencils, charcoal). Please feel free to bring your own materials if you'd like to work with other mediums.
All levels of experience are welcome.
There are limited spaces available. We have a few options in terms of sitting, standing, easels, tables, so please choose the option right for you when booking your ticket. (You're welcome to bring your own easel.)
Doors open at 6:30pm, Drawing starts 6.45pm. Finishing at 8:30pm.
CODE OF ETIQUETTE FOR LIFE DRAWING SESSIONS
Do not take photographs of the model, do not ask the model if you can take a photo.
This is a violation and unacceptable, and even the request can make the model uncomfortable.
Do not touch the model.
Do NOT invade the model’s personal space.
This includes sitting on the model’s stand any time the model is on it.
This also includes anytime you see the model before, during, or after the session, in any environment. Keeping a minimum 5-6 feet of distance is a good rule of thumb.
Do NOT talk about the model or comment on their body or appearance. If you would like to compliment the models’ work, keep language in a drawing-sense rather than referring to beauty.
PHONES must be switched to silent mode and not used during the drawing parts of the sessions. There will be a break where you can check your phone. If you do need to use your phone please take the call or message outside.
Almost all life drawing studio etiquette is based around respect for the model. Remember, the model is putting themselves in a vulnerable position for the benefit of the artists, so keeping models happy and comfortable is our first priority.