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NAS Drawing Symposium: Correspondence

Where
National Art School
National Art School
Forbes Street & Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Cell Block Theatre
When

Saturday 1 April 2023 from 9:30am to 5pm

Cost

Starting from: $50

Drawing has a special place in conversations that artists have with each other about their work.

The National Centre for Drawing’s 2023 symposium is based in this correspondence between artists, their ideas and the ways that drawing helps elucidate them. It will celebrate the special role that drawing plays in connecting people, thought, times and places.

We present four very different sets of artists each of whom have established dialogues across distances. Each corresponding pair of artists brings perspectives on the common ground that they share, shedding light on the role of drawing in their practice and the drawings that inspire them.

Hosted in the National Art School’s historic Cell Block Theatre, you are invited to attend either in person or online.

Speakers

  • Vernon Ah Kee (QLD) and Brian Martin (VIC)

  • Sera Waters (SA) and Kay Lawrence (SA)

  • Carolyn Craig (NSW) and Joan Ross (NSW)

  • Hiraku Suzuki (Japan) and Gary Warner (NSW)

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National Art School

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