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Toy Shop Life Drawing with Art Model Collective
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Day/time
Day(s) - 18/05/2019
13 h 00 min - 16 h 30 min

Location
GreatArt London

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Art Model Collective founders, Carla and Manko, will be bringing a playful doll theme to GreatArt to help you imagine a living toy shop window from the street. Costumed models will interact with props and each other to create playful or spooky scenes from childrens’ books.

AMC host Jason Atomic will guide you through a number of exercises, using short and long poses and different scenarios.

Toy Shop Life Drawing
Artwork by Jason Atomic

There are 2 bookable sessions available, each with a maximum capacity of 15 people

13:00 to 14:30 – sign up using Eventbrite or through our Facebook page

15:00 to 16:30 – sign up using Eventbrite or through our Facebook page

Each session is free to take part in and all materials are provided, however please feel free to bring your own sketchbooks to work in.

Toy Shop Life Drawing

About our partner –  Art Model Collective

Art Model Collective is unique and is run by models for models. The collective always takes into account what artists need and want throughout the creative process. It was founded with the intention of allowing models to take on the leading role and to step into more conceptual and organisational territories.

The result of this ethos is that AMC hold events with themes as diverse as:

  • classic nude sessions,
  • comic book heroes,
  • tributes to artists,
  • dialogues with exhibitions,
  • films,
  • literature,
  • political events.

They have worked in close cooperation with live musicians, fashion designers, writers and fine artists, and the sessions always include a minimum of two models. But most of all Carla and Manko use AMC to let their hair down, allow creative juices to flow, push their bodies to their limits and to have fun.

You can find out more about them and check for upcoming classes by visiting artmodelcollective.com

Charlie from GreatArt

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