IMMA invites you to take part in National Drawing Day in the galleries and studios. Drawing runs parallel to thought and it is one of the oldest forms of human language. By creating playful drawing games, Paola Catizone and Leda Scully, from IMMA’s Visitor Engagement Team, invite participants to re-discover the joy of mark making, disregarding rigid, product orientated approaches. Invariably, when working in this way, both the making and the resulting artworks tend to be alive and vibrant, with a uniquely free quality.
The drawing sessions will be based in two exhibitions A Vague Anxiety and Janet Mullarney, Then and Now.
Workshops are free and will take place in the morning (12.00pm – 1.30pm) and afternoon (2.30pm – 4.00pm).
National Drawing Day takes place on Saturday 18 May 2019 with free events and activities for all ages, get creative with participating institutions nationwide.
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