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Life Drawing Workshops at the Whitworth

Presented by In Demand MCR

Life Drawing Workshops
Presented by In Demand MCR

Join us for a wonderful evening of life drawing at the gallery, inspired by our new exhibition The 'Death' of the Life Room. In collaboration with the two-person art collective In Demand MCR.

Details:

Thursday 27 June, 5.45pm-8pm
Cost: £16, booking essential, see details below
(minimum age 18+)

Click here to book your place on Eventbrite

The evening begins with a curator-led tour to inspire and provide insightful background information on the exhibitions. Life drawing starts at 6pm. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and a complimentary glass of wine or a soft drink.

Materials provided (A3 paper, charcoal, pencils). A limited number of easels are available on a first-come first-served basis. All drawing abilities are welcome.

We look forward to sharing a creative evening with you!

*Please note this is an untutored session.

The exhibition The 'Death' of the Life Room runs from 6 June 2024 to 12 January 2025.

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About In Demand MCR

In Demand MCR is a two-person arts collective organising exhibitions and creative events in venues in and around Manchester. Working with artists and creatives In Demand MCR team produces creative opportunities to highlight and show artworks around the city.

Tomas Demisevicius is a visual artist, In Demand MCR Creative Director and Emily Anderson is an art historian and In Demand MCR Producer. Tomas and Emily have been working together since 2022.

In Demand MCR was founded to provide a platform for local artists to showcase their work and connect with a broader audience. Events are designed to foster a vibrant creative community in Manchester; highlighting diverse talents and unique voices of local artists.

Image: Frederic Leighton (1830–96), Studies of Figures for ‘Captive Andromache’, 1886–87
© The Whitworth, The University of Manchester. Photo: Michael Pollard