Drawing in the gallery workshop
3 July 2019
Spend time closely looking at works in the exhibition, producing observational drawings of architectural interventions and artworks
Drawing from Architecture workshop at MGA this school holidays
10.30-12.30 Wednesday 3 July 2019
Take inspiration from the photographs and architectural intervention in the exhibition Robin Boyd, a portrait of an Australian house, and produce drawings in the gallery space.
Aimed at young people interested in observational drawing and students of Visual Communication Design, this program allows participants to produce observational drawings, taking inspiration from the surrounding artworks, architectural structure and gallery interiors.
Aimed at 10-17yr olds. VCD teachers and visitors interested in related disciplines are also welcome.
Facilitated by visual arts educator and collections specialist Carly Richardson.
All materials provided.
$30 Friends of MGA, $40 non-members
About our facilitator
Carly Richardson is a visual arts educator and collections specialist who is passionate about engaging people through the arts. Having worked as a secondary Arts, Visual Communication Design and Humanities teacher in schools across Victoria, and as an Educator at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Carly is interested in the intersections between artistic practice and their social, cultural and historical context. Having also worked as Curator of Top Designs 2019 at Melbourne Museum and as Collections Manager at The Dax Centre, Carly’s work focuses on the way audiences engage with objects and the importance of museums in telling our stories.