Date(s) - 18/04/2020
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: This class is cancelled
Following the government announcements on the evening of Monday 16 March we are cancelling all our drop in classes, workshops and events until the end of April – with a review as to whether to resume after this depending on how things develop over the next two weeks. Please check here for updates.
If you have booked a workshop or event that falls before the end of April we will be in touch to reschedule your session so please look out for an email and get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be posting video clips, images and online classes via Zoom, plus yoga exercises to keep you positive and creative- with opportunities to share your drawings and idea via our social media- find us and join us:
@LondonDrawing on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
Body Narratives presents a life as well as a life model, as carefully selected models pose and speak, touching on a range of subjects close to all our hearts.
Join us for a very special drawing session in collaboration with Spirited Bodies.
Our next session will focus on Mandy who we met recently. Mandy was filming with Channel 4 for a special series of programs featuring people who are facing terminal illness and their journey. Mandy is living with breast cancer and one of the things on her bucket list was to experience being a life model- and we arranged for her to model at our Tuesday evening drop in class in Waterloo which was filmed as part of the program. It was such a privilege to facilitate this for her- and she was so positive and open to sharing her experience we invited her along to speak and model at Body Narratives.
So – if all goes to plan – virus and everything else wise- we will be hearing more about Mandy and her life on the 18 April in conversation with Esther from Spirited Bodies and we really hope you will join us.
Come and draw, listen and creatively exchange in the lovely intimate atmosphere of our favorite venue, Vaulty Towers.
Saturday 18 April
34 Lower Marsh