19:00 - 8:30
Following the global success of our online drawing workshops, Sarabande continues to the lead the trend with a life drawing workshop led by Sarabande alumni and artist Shannon Bono.
Shannon's work directly reflects the black female body as a source of tutelage and analysis for deeper thought and healing as a means of not only expressing black feminisms but also personal embodied experiences.
With corporeal expression at the forefront, this workshop will encourage you to imbue meaning to the blank canvas that is the human body. Unravelling symbolism and discovering it's unspoken thoughts, this session will guide you in the discovery of the body's complexities and significance through the medium of art and creativity. Scale, form and personal style will play key, but more importantly - your own relationship with your body will be called into question.
This event has limited physical tickets so if you wish to join the workshop, digital attendee tickets are available and a link to the livestream will be sent prior to the workshop!
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Visitors will be required to wear masks and be provided with hand sanitizer on entry and exit of the exhibition.
A designated route will be in place with clear two metre markings on the floor within the large, open exhibition space. Clear signage will remind people to stick to the route.
Please also see our fire evacuation route here, which attendees will be expected to follow in the event of a fire.