Everybody Draw!


Tuesday 3 October – 7pm-8pm

Kinship staff will call you to confirm your place 48 hours before the event. If you are unable to confirm your attendance, your space may be given to someone else.

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About the session

Join artist Neil Greenhalgh for social drawing and mark-making. Suitable for all levels of ability, Everybody Draw is an inclusive drawing class designed to help make sense of the world around us and use drawing as a device for discovery. It’s built on the premise that drawing is a fundamentally accessible and inclusive form of art making, with no need for specialist equipment, technical ability, or expert knowledge. Everybody can take part.

You will not be judged on your drawing abilities, and there is no right or wrong! We will be focusing on abstract mark-making techniques that harness drawing’s ability to experience the world in a slower, more mindful way.

All you will need to take part is a few sheets of plain paper, a pencil, and an open mind.

For more information, here is a selection of past work: www.neilgreenhalgh.net/everybody-draw.

About the presenter

Neil Greenhalgh is an artist, writer, and lecturer with interests in using art as a vehicle for social and environmental connection and exploring inter-disciplinary methods within studio practice.

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