DRAWING DAYS

The Society’s Drawing Days provide a stimulus to drawing and give members an opportunity to exchange ideas and discuss their art practices. Drawing Days are free. They are organized through the year at venues ranging from museums and public galleries, to landscapes and cityscapes.

On a typical day 10 to 12 participants draw in the morning and afternoon, meeting for lunch in between. Selected Drawing Days lead to exhibitions. In 2016, for example, our ‘Location Drawing’ exhibition at Southwark Cathedral Refectory featured art from a day spent drawing in and around the Cathedral and Borough Market.

SGFA,British_Museum_drawing_dayTHE BRITISH MUSEUM

November 18, 2017

Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG

This was open to members and their guests.

 

 

 

 

 

Highgate_Pic_Drawing_DaysHIGHGATE CEMETERY

August 19, 2017

Highgate, North London

We had a Drawing day on August 19 at the Highgate Cemetery East.

We met at the Cemetery at 11am, for coffee first at Lauderdale House café at Waterlow Park, Highgate.

It was open to members and their guests.

 

 

Design Museum, Kensington,-300DESIGN MUSEUM

April 29, 2017

Kensington

We met at 10.30 inside the downstairs coffee shop. The architecture was amazing.

It was open to members and their guests.

PLEASE LET US KNOW WHICH DAYS YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND

Drawing Day booking form

Images of previous Drawing Days