Running for five days at Christie’s, the exhibition will display drawings by 28 students, all of which are for sale. The works will then move to the Royal Drawing School’s gallery in Shoreditch where the end of year postgraduate exhibition will include over 300 drawings (running from 2nd December 2015 until 18th January 2016).
The exhibition offers a range of work, rich in observation, imagination and storytelling. The graduating artists come from a range of backgrounds and artistic disciplines including painting, printmaking, sculpture, illustration and animation. Drawing is a crucial route to innovation across the creative disciplines and beyond, from fashion, fine art and animation to filmmaking, product design and engineering. Drawing is a primary language natural to all human beings, and fundamental to all aspects of learning and thinking from childhood onwards. The highly subscribed postgraduate course offers all 28 students a full scholarship to spend a year on an intensive MA-level course, taught by a faculty of over 55 practising artists, providing high-quality drawing teaching to young contemporary artists.