Our model last night was fantastic. Here our drawings and the atmosphere of the session.
Every Tuesday in May we’ll have a series of black models, male and female.
We’ll carry on with the traditional life drawing setting in a relaxed atmosphere to study the naked figure. Poses will run from 5 to 20 minutes and paper and pencils will be provided along with wine and light snacks.
Come alone or bring your friends. Everyone is welcome to attend, from people who’d like to try for the first time to professional artists and all in between.
We start at 7.30pm and finish at 9.30pm but the studio is open from 7pm, to start setting up, and open until 10pm, to have time to see others’ work and socialise.
Studio Bee is in the top floor of the redbrick mill in the tiny alleway behind the HULA bar in Stevenson Square, M1 1B. You’ll see a poster of the drawing sessions on the door. Come upstairs!
Incredible session drawing bands and the amazing atmosphere at Sounds From The Other City IN Salford. Give the opportunity to people to draw and people will just goes for it! And what a collection. More than 20 artworks!
It’s been requested to have a map that shows how to find Studio Bee, as it’s a bit tricky.
There we go.
Once you find HULA bar in Stevenson Square, at the top right corner if you come from Picaddily, you just have to go to the tiny alleyway behind it. The studio is at the 3rd top floor of the red brick mill. You’ll see a poster of our Life Drawing sessions. Go up the stairs we’ll be there!
We are on every Tuesday 7.30pm-9.30pm.
Materials are provided and wine and snacks as well.
Do you want to be part of this free live drawing project?
In an age of digital, we at SFTOC want to document this year’s festival in a different manner, through drawings of the live performers, audience and atmosphere.
Sounds From The Other City 2016 is Salford’s celebration of new music, performance and art happening around Chapel Street, near Manchester city centre, on the bank holiday 1st of May.
Everybody is welcome to apply to get involved no matter what ability though, because of the nature of the event, places are limited
At the end of the festival all drawings will be collected and displayed in a post-festival exhibition at Islington Mill.
This is an opportunity for those who love drawing and music and, for you to know, some in the line up are the Ex-Easter Island Head & BBC Philharmonic, Meilyr Jones, PumaRosa, and many many more.
To apply contact Àgata Alcañiz via email email@example.com
To see the full line up of the festival visit:
We are coming back to the traditional life drawing setting in a relaxed atmosphere to study the naked figure. All welcome to attend, from beginners to professional and all inbetween.
Paper and pencils provided, also wine and light snacks
We’ll have a male model this time and poses will run from 5 to 15 minutes. Paper and pencils are provided, also wine and light snacks.
Come alone or bring your friends or members of your family. Everyone is welcome to attend, from people who’d like to try for the first time to professional artists and all in between. Children are welcome too with the permission of their parents, as this has been requested few times.
We’ll start at 7.30pm and finish at 9.30pm but the studio is open from 7pm, to start setting up, until 10pm to have time to see others’ work and socialise.
Studio Bee is in the redbrick alley behind the HULA bar in Stevenson Square in the 3rd top floor. You’ll see a poster of the drawing sessions on the door.