|What is Drawing? and Drop in Drawing - Drawing Day at Highlanes Gallery, Saturday 18 May|
||Highlanes Gallery is marking Drawing Day 2013 with free Drop In Drawing for children and adults, and a special illustrated lecture on What is Drawing at 12.00noon.|
Drop in Drawing
The gallery will open at 10.30am on Saturday 18 May, with a special Drop In Drawing centre at reception, where you can pick up a drawing board and chose paper size and dry materials and pick your spot around the galleries, or on the site to draw and respond.
Our invigilator team are on hand to chat and discuss the current exhibitions, the Collection, and the history of the site.
You can bring your drawings home, or hang them up on the walls of the gallery.
This event is free, no booking required.
What Is Drawing?
We have also invited artist and lecturer Brian Fay to present an introductory lecture on drawing. This lecture will appeal to adults and second level students with an interest in art and in drawing.
Taking place on Saturday 18 May at 12.00noon, Fay will identify some of the challenges in attempting to define drawing, and will include references to artists and artworks including many in the Collection of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, like Kathy Prendergast, Tom Molloy, Alice Maher, Michael Craig Martin, Sol LeWitt, André Masson and Brian O'Doherty.
The lecture and accompanying free PDF booklet provides a brief overview on drawing, click on the link to download the booklet arrow link" o:spid="_x0000_i1025"> arrow link">What is Drawing? (Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 pdf - 807KB) Terms associated with drawing are indicated in CAPITALS and are elaborated on in the glossary on p. 25.
This lecture and text were first commissioned by IMMA's Education & Community Department for its What_Is? Series.
This lecture is free, with a suggested donation of €2.
Booking is essential as space is limited. Please telephone the gallery on T. +353 (0)41 9803311, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery
Drogheda, County Louth
tel + 353 (0)41 - 980 33 11
fax + 353 (0)41 - 980 33 13
Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa 10:30-17:00