Life Drawing Day with Theresa Poulton
Saturday 5 March, 10.30am – 3.30pm
Join artist Theresa Poulton for a life drawing day inspired by Miranda Forrester’s artwork The Muses and other figurative works in the exhibition Where There’s Space to Grow.
Draw clothed and nude models to explore the themes of gender, race and identity.
Theresa has taught workshops in galleries and academic institutions in the UK and internationally. She has taught a wide range of visual art subjects and works together with participants from a diversity of backgrounds, levels of art education and achievement.
As a freelance/community artist Theresa devises and delivers creative participatory workshops to hard to reach groups.
Tickets are £20 per person and must be pre-booked via the link below or the Museum Shop. Please note a 50p charge applies to website bookings.
This event supports International Women’s Day on 8 March.
This class is inspired by artworks in the exhibition Where There’s Space to Grow. Where There’s Space to Grow is the fifth in Sunderland Culture’s series of Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme exhibitions and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.