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AMC at Dulwich Picture Gallery LATES – The Age Of Innovation

23 Aug, 2019 at 6:00 pm10:00 pm

Art Model Collective have been invited to host the life drawing room at the Dulwich Picture Gallery Lates in August!

Let us transport you to the edgy 1930s London design scene!
With a whole room dedicated to this free drop-in love drawing session, we will create an immersive art and music experience with projections, a life model, and live musicians invited by our sound artist, violinist and composer Takatsuna Mukai.

The Dulwich Picture Gallery says: “Enjoy Cutting Edge and The Colour Palace after hours in this special Late, celebrating the world of 1930s London.
Immerse yourself in the radical world of the Grosvenor School artists and the innovations of interwar London. Try your hand at their printmaking processes, create an underground poster in tribute to your favourite station, tune in to all of your senses in an Art Model Collective drawing class, and enjoy the Pavilion and grounds to while away a summer evening.”

Entry is free but ticketed (booking essential). Age 18+.

Tickets released one month before event. Sign up here.


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