Drop-by Drawing



Free entry

NGV International

Level 2

Booking is not required.

General enquiries

Ph +61 3 8620 2222
ngvenquiries@ngv.vic.gov.au
9am–5pm, daily

Spend your Sunday afternoons drawing alongside some of the NGV’s most treasured works as Drop-by Drawing returns each Sunday in September, led by local artists.

Sun 1 Sep, 2–4pm

Facilitator 

Katherine Hattam’s practice encompasses drawing, collage, printmaking and sculpture centred on the dialects of domesticity, family and self. Hattam has won the Banyule and Robert Jacks Drawing Prizes, has been short-listed several times in the Dobell Drawing Prize, the National Works on Paper Prize and Arthur Guy and Geelong Gallery Painting Prizes. She holds a BA in Literature and Politics from The University of Melbourne, an MFA Painting from VCA and a PhD from Deakin University.

Venue 18th Century Gallery, Level 2, NGV International

 

Sun 8 Sep, 2–4pm

Facilitator 

Oslo Davis creates drawings that traverse a great range of styles, from the comical to the decorative, the instructional to the subversive, the serviceable to the absurd. Davis has created thousands of images with pencils, ink and paints on paper, and most recently digitally. Davis has completed work for newspapers and magazines, cartoons, murals in galleries, tattoos, art activity books for kids, illustrations for tea towels, tote bags, toilet paper and coffee cups, window displays, stubby holders, rock posters and interactive websites. Oslo was previously awarded a Creative Fellowship at the State Library of Victoria and is a former Walkley Award finalist. Since 2007, Oslo’s work has appeared in The Age newspaper, most recently in his Sketchbook series. His weekly Overheard cartoon in The Sunday Age has been published for more than ten years.

Venue 18th Century Gallery, Level 2, NGV International

 

Sun 15 Sep, 2–4pm

Facilitator 

Kirstin Guenther is a visual artist and trained art teacher with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Bachelor Degree (Education). She has experience working with prominent Australian artists and working in the community sector.  During her 8 years as an Educator at the National Portrait Gallery she developed and led a popular life drawing workshop series called Drawing the Human, alongside public programs for children, adults, teachers and other special interest groups.

Venue 18th Century Gallery, Level 2, NGV International

 

Sun 22 Sep, 2–4pm

Facilitator 

Lily Mae Martin graduated from VCA in 2008 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drawing). She was awarded the Lionel Gell travelling scholarship and went to Berlin, where she spent several years refining her technical practice. She was a finalist for the 2016 Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Art Gallery of Ballarat; winner of the 2016 Ursula Hoff Institute Emerging Artist Acquisitive Art Award in the National Works on Paper exhibition, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery; and shortlisted for the 2016 Paul Guest Drawing Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery and Adelaide Perry drawing prize 2017. In 2019 she was a finalist for the Dobell Drawing Prize.

Venue 18th Century Gallery, Level 2, NGV International

 

Sun 29 Sep, 2–4pm

Facilitator 

Kenny Pittock uses humour and sentimentality to playfully respond to contemporary Australian culture, having fun with the overlaps and boundaries between the public and the personal. Kenny received an Honours Fine Arts Degree in painting from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2013.sSince then he has had solo exhibitions in Italy and Singapore, as well as exhibiting his work all over Australia in galleries including ACCA in Melbourne, PICA in Perth, Artspace in Sydney and MONA in Tasmania.

Venue 18th Century Gallery, Level 2, NGV International

 

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