Learn how to turn your ideas and drawings into digital illustrations with ULTRA artist James Jirat Patradoon in this free one-hour illustration demonstration.
See James demonstrate how to draw digitally, clean up line drawings, turn photos into digital collages and more: learn how James uses these skills to create murals, fashion items, paintings, and digital artworks.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask James for advice on digital artwork ideas and illustration concepts, and see ‘behind the scenes’ of his development of ULTRA, 4A Centre for Contemporary Art’s major 2021 Lunar New Year exhibition commission.
Visit http://www.4a.com.au/james-jirat-patradoon-ultra/ for more info on the ULTRA exhibition.
4A is observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Any visitors to the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art exhibition James Jirat Patradoon: ULTRA agree to comply with the following “Conditions of Entry”, which have been implemented in accordance with the current NSW Public Health (Covid-19) Order:
All visitors attending this exhibition shall:
Not enter if you are unwell or, if in the last 14 days, you have experienced cold or flu symptoms, returned from overseas or been the close contact of an identified COVID case, or are subject to a public health order to isolate.
Be encouraged to bring a mask and wear it throughout your visit. If you arrive without one and wish to wear a mask, a small number of masks may be available from 4A staff.
Sign in via the COVID Safe Check In signage at entry points before entering the exhibition
Adhere to 4A’s visitor limitation of a total of 15 visitors and staff in the space at any one time, with capacity not to exceed one visitor per 4 square metres of publicly accessible space, noting that children count towards the capacity limit.
Adhere to 1.5m physical distancing between all staff and visitors will be implemented at all times, as guided by 4A staff
Sanitise hands on entry to the space and practice good hand hygiene
Comply with reasonable directions from staff
Bring a credit or debit card for any on-site purchases (we won’t be accepting cash).
Wait in a marked queue or go elsewhere if a particular space has too many people, including external spaces
Consider booking a visit in advance to limit any potential for crowding