The Lines that Connect Us
Sunday 8 August, 2 – 3.30pm (also on Wednesday 4 August)
Free; online via Zoom
When we draw, we deconstruct and we contemplate. The act of drawing lets us see how we would like to shape the world…
Explore Making a Mark, our summer exhibition of Dutch and Flemish drawings, with Birmingham-based artist duo, Hipkiss & Graney. These online workshops will allow us to come together to explore artists of the past, whilst unlocking our own ways of making a mark. Throughout the workshop, we will deconstruct a drawing, reimagining it with our own drawn self-portraits.
These workshops are open to anyone; no previous experience or skills are required. Please just bring yourself and your drawing tools of choice!
This workshop will be hosted online via Zoom, with the link to join being shared in advance via email. To help create an informal and social Zoom space, these workshops will not be recorded. Spaces are limited.
This event is free; donations are welcome:
- Book this workshop (8 August) here
- This is a repeat of the workshop on 4 August. Book the workshop on 4 August here
Hipkiss & Graney are a visual arts duo based in Stirchley, South Birmingham.
Their practice explores ideas around collectivity, community and counter-movements through socially engaged workshops, large-scale interactive installations and performative outputs.
Their performances discuss political and environmental issues, often involving magic realism and fictional organisations.
Image: Peter Paul Rubens, ‘Recto: Silenus and Aegle with other studies. Verso: Figure studies’ (c. 1612-15). Royal Collection Trust / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, 2021.