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Thinking through drawing through feeling workshop

Modern Times: responding to chaos at the De La Warr Pavilion, a workshop that offers an opportunity to work with the exhibition of 20th century drawings held at the De La Warr pavillion. With a consideration of how artists think through drawing as a starting point, this workshop will give you an opportunity to make your own drawings in a number of media including collage. The day will be punctuated by discussion about how working intuitively on a drawing relates to how you feel about what you are doing, what you are thinking and how drawings ‘speak’ to ourselves and to others.
Date: 5 June 2010 10am – 4pm
A profile of the tutor: Susan Diab is an artist who works across a range of media and forms of practice from making objects, to organizing public events, to facilitating projects and collaborations. She is based at APEC studios in Hove on the South Coast of England and, under the banner of ‘Work For A Living’, she also works with organizations who employ artists. She is a lecturer in Critical Fine Art Practice at Brighton University. See
Facilities There is a café at the Pavilion serving sandwiches, soup, etc. as well as a restaurant. There are also many options in Bexhill town a few minutes walk away. There is a pay car park directly next to the Pavilion. Free parking is available on the seafront to either side a short walk away. Visit the De La Warr Pavillion website for further details: The De la Warr pavillion
Price: £30, which includes admission to Antony Gormley’s sculpture installation Critical Mass. See also the BBC’s coverage of the sculpture being installed, here: Anthony Gormley BBC coverage
All materials will be provided. Booking is essential as available places are limited.
Call Dee Whitmore on 01226 704364 to book your place.

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