Led by London Drawing, take part in a sensory drawing workshop inspired by exhibition ‘Unfamiliar’ using medical objects from the RCP Museum collection.
Join London Drawing for a workshop which will awaken your mind’s eye and create new pathways between your eye and your hand. Using all your senses explore medical objects from a mixture of eras in an evening of drawing exploration. Inspired by our exhibition make the familiar unfamiliar and join us for a drawing adventure!
‘Unfamiliar’ is a collaboration between art and medicine, co-curated by photographer Theo Deproost and physicians associate Debbie Jegede. As part of the workshop you will explore their stunning reinterpretations of the RCP’s medical and fine art collections.
Observe in the exhibition how Theo’s artworks offer new, altered perspectives that challenge our understanding and impression of supposedly inert museum objects. Then step into the beautiful setting of our Council Chamber to create your own interpretive artworks.
About London Drawing
London Drawing is a collaboration between professional artists, tutors, directed by Anne Noble-Partridge. Combining over 20 years of teaching experience and current professional practice, London Drawing have worked with major arts institutions and galleries including Tate Modern and the British Museum. Their bespoke workshops are hands-on, creative sessions, designed to be challenging, fun and informative - to unlock your creativity no matter what your skill level.
Suitable for all levels of ability over 16 years.
Ticket includes exhibition tour, all materials, drinks reception and light refreshments.
Discounts are available for Art Pass holders.