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Friday life drawing BREAKUP – AMC at the Cartoon Museum 1/5

24 Jan at 7:00 pm9:30 pm


On Friday 24th of January Art Model Collective return to the Cartoon Museum with a themed life drawing session aimed at cartoonists and illustrators.

We wanted to create a session relevant to current affairs but the divisive nature of current politics has left us heavy hearted. We couldn’t bring ourselves to mention the “B word” that is dominating the news and so, by way of allegory, let us present “Breakup” – a session inspired by the angsty melodrama of vintage romance comics & accompanied by a specially curated soundtrack.
This session introduces, new model, Paulina to the AMC ranks.

These fun, expressive, dynamic, untutored sessions are aimed at providing a resource for cartoonists and illustrators.

£15 advance, £20 on the door.

Entry includes admission to the museum and free art materials courtesy of GreatArt.

Plenty of table space, drawing boards and easels available.

Life drawing session starts at 7pm, but the ticket holders are very welcome to come from 6:30 and look around the museum to draw inspiration.


Accessible venue.

All ages and abilities welcome.

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