Exploring the boundaries of contemporary drawing practice in the UK. Jerwood Visual Arts (JVA) and Drawing Projects UK invite artists to submit entries for the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013, the UK’s largest and longest running annual open exhibition for drawing.
The Drawing Research Network Conference and symposium will run together from the 24th till the 26th of October, 2013: held at Teachers College Columbia University and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the city of New York, USA
Sally McKay is exhibiting at the No Format Gallery in Woolwich, London. Her exhibition is entitled ‘Multisensory Experience and Artistic Images of the Moving Human Figure’ and is a study of moving human figures as lines, colours and shadows.
Philip Loersch is currently exhibiting at the Jette Rudolph Gallery in Berlin. The draftsman known for his room-filling cut-outs, takes the approach of an investigative (field-)researcher and – in addition to installations – creates naturalistic drawings on paper.
The symposium called Construction: Knowing Through Making will accompany an exhibition curated by Patricia Cain called Built at the Mall Galleries on 26th June. These are London Festival of Architecture events in association with Architects Journal.
Thinking through Drawing 2012: Drawing in STEAM examines the examine the uses of drawing across Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. How is drawing used within and between these disciplines? What is the relationship between drawing in the Arts and STEM subjects?
Peter Simcoe’s latest visual experiment. 5 minutes of digital video shot in Los Angeles with a FujiFilm W3 camera is converted to look like it was created as a series of organic hand drawn sheets of paper using Adobe After Effects. A brief explanation of how the video was created is provided along with some screenshots showing the timeline and the adjustment of sketch effects.
Working Drawings is a new exhibition at London Gallery West (University of Westminster) – this exhibition brings together international designers, image makers and visual communicators to investigate drawing practice as part of a methodology for articulating and exploring thoughts, ideas and concepts. 23 MARCH – 06 MAY 2012
Patricia Cain presents around 50 of her works that interrogate the process of constructing Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Museum building, which were exhibited in last summer’s major solo exhibition at the Kelvingrove Gallery. The exhibition will also feature archive footage from the Scottish Screen Archive. Private View | Thursday 8th March 2012 | 18.30 to 20.30
The 2011 DRN conference was designed to be a series of discussions followed by a regular academic conference with papers presented in a panel inserted in a larger conference. The “official” DRN conference happened on the 5th October 2011 with some further presentations on the 6th and 7th.