Explore the paintings and process of Hilma af Klint through the expanding experience of this MinDArT material and digital drawing session. Concentrating on the shared approaches of engaging the senses, automatic drawing and meditation with colour and form to guide you to your own inner world. Artist and lecturer Emma Febvre-Richards will lead this incredible experience.
All materials will be supplied for this 90 minute sessions. Booking is essential and spaces are limited.
Workshop includes exhibition entry.
Emma Febvre-Richards the co-founder of Drawing Open, is a multi-media artist whose research sits within the expanded practice of drawing. Combining traditional mediums of rendering with advanced technology (software programmes, laser technology, digital printing, film making) to explore how codes of our environment, culture and art creation inform and influence brain function, memory and experience. Emma founded MeDArT in 2017 and is passionate about how art, science and technology can combine to enrich and advance dementia research. Febvre-Richards is based in Wellington, New Zealand, having studied in England and gained her Masters of Fine Arts in France. She is currently lecturing at Whiti o Rehua, The School of Art, Toirauwhārangi College of Creative Arts at Massey University, New Zealand.
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