We are pleased to present this special Drawing Session with Caroline Burraway on Saturday 30 March 2019 from 1pm to 3pm.
This Drawing Session is held in association with the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018 exhibition at Drawing Projects UK. Caroline Burraway's drawing, Eden, The Jungle Calais, 2016 (2017) won First Prize in the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018. Eden and Samuel, the subjects of her two large powerful charcoal drawings included in the exhibition, are refugees that Caroline met while undertaking field research in the French migrant camps in 2016. Her work lies in the interval where art and life rub together in the everyday lived experience of the marginal individual.
During this two hour Drawing Session, you are invited to explore and experiment through the materiality of drawing the everyday reality of your lives or a socio-cultural or political issue that you are interested in. These issues may be, for example, mental health, ageing parents, homelessness, concerns over Brexit, the migrant crisis … the list is endless. Anything which makes you feel something.
Basic materials will be provided. More information and booking is via the link here.