Friday 13th is a group exhibition celebrating the diverse ways in which drawing can inform art practice. As an integral part of completed artworks or one of several components forming a practice, drawing can be both a tool used to plan and design or a key element in the formulating of ideas and concepts. The works presented in the exhibition demonstrate through a range of styles and medium both the versatility of drawing and its continued relevance in art practices today. In doing so, they will illustrate the evolution of this particular art form to maintain a variety of roles in contemporary practices.
Drawing based events will take place within the gallery alongside the exhibition. These will be organised by the Bristol Drawing Club and will include a life drawing session as well as an informal drawing social where everyone is invited to come and draw in a relaxed and friendly environment. The Bristol Drawing Club runs regular sessions in various locations all over Bristol
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