Friday 3rd - Monday 13th March 2017
Over the 10 day duration of this residency, I will be giving a series of workshops free to university members exploring the concept and possibility of Drawing as Research through life-drawing and still-life, as well as sculpture, ceramics, performance, text, poetry, collage, music and puppetry.
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All events will take place at
Clare College Memorial Court
Queens Street, Cambridge CB3 9AJ
So here's the plan:
Eat SOUP and Meet: Friday 3rd March , 6.30pm
Hear what will be happening, meet the people involved and eat soup (suitable for vegans)
Drawing and Performance (Weekend Workshop)
Saturday 4th March, 11 am - 6 pm
Circles and Squares: drawing movement and movement as drawing with the language of Laban
Sunday 5th March 2017, 2 -6.30pm
Lines: drawing with puppets
(Please note, this will take place in The Meeting Rooms, Clare Colony, Chesterton Lane)
Drawing as Research: Monday 6th March, 5- 7pm
Potting in the Path: Tuesday 7th March, 1.30-3pm
Try your hand at wheel-thrown pottery (like they do on the Great British pot-off) on the way to the Library
Life Drawing: (Multi-Media) Tuesday 7th March, 5-7pm
Life Sculpting: (Clay) Wednesday 8th March, 5-7pm
Throwing Drop-in: Thursday 9th March, 12 -2pm
Throwing Drop-in #2: Friday 10th March, 10-11am
Book a 15 minute slot here
Collage: Friday 10th March, 5-7pm
Please bring photocopies (large and small) of text or image that you are thinking about. This is a great opportunity to practice tearing up your dissertation or to reformulate and re-read something you are struggling with and think about it in a different light.
Music in our Traces: Saturday 11th March, 1.30 - 2.30pm (this time may change)
This workshop will endeavor to explore how we can read the lines of a drawing, or those of a moving object or person as a musical score. This is open to musicians and non-musicians. Please bring an instrument if you have one.
More Throwing: Sunday 12th March
Some sort of end: (Exhibition) Monday 13th March, 6.30pm
Come and see what we've done, and what you've done, what we've seen and what we've said, and we can talk about it with wine.