Ruskin School of Art graduate, Mirren Kessling is currently exhibiting in Platform 2016. Kessling works across a range of media such as photography, film and performance to explore the body and objects around it as performative tools for exploring identity.
To accompany her exhibition, Kessling will be running an experimental drawing class that uses a selection of live, moving and clothed models. The class will offer an opportunity to draw the movement and expression and dress of the models body. Instead of focusing on the pure physical form of the body, the class will explore drawing the performative movement of a diverse range of models.
There will be two sessions:
11.30am – 1.30pm & 2 – 4pm
For all ages and abilities. Materials will be provided.
FREE, drop in