A BONE OF MOTHER'S TALES

Newlyn Art Gallery New Road Penzance TR18 5PZ

01736 363715
[email protected]
https://newlynartgallery.co.uk/activities/mothers-bones/

Saturday 16 November 2019
11-4
Opening Hours: 10-5
Admission Fee: 54
Booking essential
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-bone-of-mothers-tales-tickets-75878044273

AN EXPLORATORY WRITING AND DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS ACROSS BOTH SITES

Led by poet and writer Ella Frears and artist and painter Naomi Frears, this workshop explores the tools and processes used by Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff, with a curious and humorous eye through writing, drawing and painting.

This will be a day of artistic experimentation and exchange.

Suitable for all skill levels.

£54, all materials and lunch included, booking via Eventbrite.

Schedule:

  • 11.00 -13.00 Newlyn Art Gallery
  • 13.30 Lunch at The Exchange
  • 14.30 -16.00 The Exchange

After an exhibition walk and discussion there will be series of drawing and writing exercises, after which we will head over to The Exchange for lunch. After lunch and a look at the exhibition there, we will build on the morning’s work delving further into the worlds of Pailthorpe and Mednikoff.

 

This workshop is inspired by A Tale of Mother’s Bones, curated by Hope Wolf (University of Sussex), with the De La Warr Pavilion and Camden Arts Centre.

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