PREVIEW & PARTY: ‘Make Your Mark’

Saturday 17 November 2018

To celebrate the art of observation with our ‘New Perspectives’ show we are inviting famous artists, celebrities and members of the public to start with a dot and complete their own pencil drawing and return it to us by 10 November.
The drawings will be included in our exhibition and judged by art critic and historian Richard Cork and Professor Anita Taylor, the executive dean of Bath School of Art and Design at the gala evening and preview on Saturday 17 November. All works are being sold at £25 each to raise money for the New English Art Club and The Heatherley School of Fine Art and Drawing Projects UK. The drawings will be shown anonymously but signed on the back, so come along to the preview and peruse the collection and at the sale on Sunday morning at 10am you could be walking away with a work by a famous artist or celebrity.

7 – 7:30pm
Ticket only preview of ‘Make your Mark’ (pre-select up to two drawings ahead of Sunday’s sale)

7:30 – 10pm
General opening of Drawing Competition with music by resident DJ Atsushi Hasegawa

6 – 8:30pm
Mess Restaurant open

Sale starts on Sunday 18 November at 10am on a first come first served basis.

If you would like to enter your own drawing in to the competition, come along to the gallery to collect the drawing paper.

Artists include:

Peter ‘Pete the Street’ Brown (President of New English Arts Club)
Musician Adrian Wright (Human League)
Saied Dai (RP NEAC)
Charlotte Sorapure (RP NEAC)
Bernadett Timko (rising star, winner Windsor & Newton Yound Artist Award)
Qu Lei Lei (whose work is in the collection of the British Museum)
Tuesday Riddell (included in Financial Times ‘How to spend it’)
Antony Williams (RP RS NEAC)
Martin Gale (RHA)
Mick Kirkbride (NEAC)
James Lynch (English landscape painter)
Malcolm Scoular (1960s fashion photographer and pupil of Euan Uglow)

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