There we go again!
Be ready to listen the sounds of a bassoon, played by Linton Wesley Stephens, and capture the music.
Linton studied at the Northern Royal College of Music and he’s offered to play and pose for us. He’ll come with two costumes, one for the first part of the session and other for the last part after the break.
This live concert and drawing session is for the same price £10/£8 including materials, wine and tapas.
B E G I N N E R S . W E L C O M E
Tuesday 15th of May
at Studio Bee
14-16 Faraday Alleyway
Linton is the player in the middle of this photograph.
Below some work made at the last session in which we draw fingerstyle guitarrist Alastair MacDonnald who was superb!
This month of May we are running at Life Drawing+ our special sessions DRAWING MUSIC as an incredible exercise for drawing movement from dancers and musicians live performances as well as drawing still poses.
Here the programme!
C O N T E M P O R A R Y . D A N C E – tuesday 1st May – next week! with Betts Corrigan
F I N G E R S T Y L E . G U I T A R – tuesday 8th May
with Alastair Macdonald
B E L L Y . D A N C E – tuesday 22nd May
C L A R I N E T – – tuesday 29th May
with Sergio Castelló López – Principal Clarinet of the Hallé Orchestra – TBC
Beginners welcome – material provided – as well as wine & tapas in the break £10/£8 all included
14-16 Faraday Alleyway
Looking forward to this!
Time to draw musicians and dancers while they are performing live -drawing movement and the invisible. Challenging? No. Fun! Come and draw with an empty mind and let yourself to be carried out by the sounds, rythmes and feelings in the atmosphere.
Tuesday 18th – Saxo Player – Seán Fitton – Manchester Street Busker
Tuesday 25th Oct – Ballarina Dancer – Georgina Cartwright – KNT Dance Works School
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
To see the full line up of the festival visit: