Art Model Collective are returning to Orbital Comics to celebrate the launch of season 3 of Riverdale with an all-new life drawing class!
If you’ve seen Manko and Carla, then you know this model duo was MADE for the roles of Betty and Veronica from Archie Comics! Expect many fun outfits and scenarios, with Archie and maybe even gluttonous snark Jughead making an appearance.
Fun soundtrack, free refreshments, and relaxed life drawing at an Eisner award-winning comic shop in West End of London – what’s not to love?!
This groovy class is curated by Jason Atomic and features a specially curated Spotify playlist and free refreshments. And in case you’re unable to bring your own art supplies, free materials are provided too.
Tickets: £20 – book instore or online at: http://www.orbitalcomics.com/riverdale-life-drawing-class-with-art-model-collective-friday-19th-october/
Art Model Collective are thrilled to start a sponsorship deal with GreatArt, London’s best art megastore.
To celebrate the beginning of this exciting partnership, we are bringing a FREE public life drawing session to the GreatArt store in Shoreditch!
Carla and Manko will design a dramatic dynamic costumed drawing session after the classical Blade Runner characters, Rachael and Pris.
The interactive expressive multi-model poses will be set in the “doodling” corner inside the store, and all GreatArt customers are welcome to join in this 3 hour event for free!
We hope to see you there!
Finally! A much anticipated multi-model life drawing theme with a riotous soundtrack!
Art Model Collective celebrates the Riot Grrrls in music.
February 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, in which *some* women got to vote for the first time in the UK.
To celebrate this key step in the process towards female emancipation and universal suffrage, we are hailing the irrepressible female spirit with a Riot Grrrl life drawing session!
Riot grrrl is an underground subculture movement originating in the early 1990s, organised to end ageism, homophobia, racism, sexism and, especially, physical and emotional violence against women and girls, through music, DIY ethic, zines, art, political action, and activism.
Our models will embrace each other in pure feminist consciousness and punk style as much as the original Rior Grrrls embraced their guitars, voice, and grassroots politics.
All levels welcome
Hosted by Jason Atomic
Admission on the door: £15
(As usual, we welcome other life models who have worked with AMC before to come and draw free of charge)
We’ll have some free art materials for spontaneously visiting artists, but as always, please bring your favourite tools.
Chairs and drawing boards provided, some easels and table spaces available.
Please join us for a drink afterwards! We’re a friendly bunch of like-minded creatives and enjoy chatting, brainstorming, getting feedback and swapping ideas!