Figure drawing model at 11 newel







Looking for model $50 an hour two hours

5-7 pm this Saturday,  September 24th 


11 newel st 11 newel gallery Greenpoint 11222
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94th Grand National Exhibition

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The American Artists Professional League (AAPL) is pleased to announce the 94th consecutive Grand National Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club of New York. The in-person Exhibition and virtual show honors the finest in representational and traditional realism art.

The Exhibition and virtual show are open to all American and US based artists.

Prospectus and submission form at www.juriedartservices.com - Apply online June 1 - August 17, 2022

Notification Date: September 12, 2022

Show Date, November 7th to 18th, 2022 at the Salmagundi Club of New York

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Over $18,000 will be awarded.
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A longtime museum professional, Marilyn Symmes has worked with prestigious museums such as the Detroit Museum of Art, Smithsonian Design Museum, Toledo Museum of Art, Cooper -Hewitt and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. With her knowledge of all art media since the Renaissance, she currently works as an independent curator. Recent projects include work for the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, the Brooklyn Historical Society and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Salmagundi Club 47 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10003

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$45.00 for Members; $70 for Non-Members, plus fee for additional entries.
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Call for entries 'Artist at Soane Residency'





To mark the 200th anniversary of its installation, Sir John Soane’s Museum is beginning a programme of restoration, new multi-layered digital interpretation, and the launch of the Museum’s first residency programme. Sir John Soane’s Museum is inviting creatives to take part in Artist at Soane, a new residency in its Drawing Office.

Drawing must be central to all applicants’ practice. Entries will be accepted from individuals and collaborations. The Museum is keen to encourage residents to engage with departments across the Museum including the archive, library, education and commercial activities etc.

The Selectors will be looking for a high-quality self-directing practitioner who will use this new opportunity to best develop their practice and who will use the residency to best enhance the work of the Museum. 

There will be an honorarium of £1,500 per artist or collaboration, to cover materials, travel and other expenses. There will also be the possibility of an allowance for each artist on a case-by-case basis, to help cover accommodation.  

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The Trinity Buoy Working Drawing Award 2022 - Open Call

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The Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Award aims to celebrate and promote of the role of drawing within design and making processes.

This special category for Working Drawings is intended to celebrate the role of drawing in design processes, and to expand and enhance our knowledge and understanding of working drawings – drawings from which something can or will be made. It is anticipated that architects, designers, planners, scientists, engineers will submit drawings.

The selected working drawings will form a special display as part of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2022 exhibition and will be included in the fully illustrated exhibition publication.

The Working Drawing Award of £2,000 will be announced at the Exhibition Launch and Awards Announcement at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London on the evening of 28 September 2022 and will be presented at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London from 29 September to 16 October 2022.

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Standard Entry: £15, Student Entry: £10
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Organization: Association "LA VETA", Ortisei

When? 25. 07. 2022 - 06. 08. 2022

Location: Studio hall, Ortisei/Pontives


Artists and lecturers:

  • Lois Anvidalfarei
  • Elena Molena
  • Gehard Demetz

Course content:


Can we teach art? Can we learn art? 

I think, what we can do is to be attentive and focus our perception on something by seeing and hearing. This means looking into details, trying to understand, trying to recognize, to perceive in detail, through the eyes, through emotions that lead to hand, body and mind. We keep all possibilities open.

Could we call this time a “school for vision”?

How can we bring the things we perceived to paper?

How can we give the perceived a form?

This is what interests me and what would like to try, together with you.


The alchemy of engraving gives each of us the opportunity to take part in a creative journey.

Printmaking between tradition and experiment.

The course aims to teach the printmaking techniques intaglio and relief through the process of drawing.

The goal is to experiment with different techniques, including drypoint, etching, aquatint, as well as woodcut and linocut.

The starting point is your drawing on paper and the search for a graphic representation that can be transferred onto different materials. The engraved pieces will also be printed.


What I cannot express with words I can express through my sculptures. For me the form is the key to communication.

This course gives us the opportunity to fully immerse ourselves in creating.

The paths can be different, it is important to me that everyone finds and recognizes their own language.

The body is our focal point, our way to look for possible variables that can support our statements and feelings.

Evening events: Studio visits, discussions, get together

The program will be communicated at the beginning of the course.

Opening hours of the studios:

Mon. -Sat. 08:30h – 12:00h, 14:00h – 18:00h.

The studios are closed on Sunday.

Lunch break: There is a simple studio kitchen available, if desired we can eat and cook together.

Schedule: To be announced

Atelier and working materials:

The studio of the Summer Academy is located in a spacious hall in the industrial area of Pontives/ Val Gardena. The facilities of the summer academy (easels 185 cm x100 cm, modelling racks, stools, work tables) are available for the participants to use. Modelling clay, plaster and individual pieces of wood are provided. Other work equipment, materials and work clothes are to be brought with you.

A nude model will be present for the entire duration of the course.


Each person has to take care of their room and board themselves. A list of accommodations will be provided.

This call is open to all artists, art students and aspiring sculptors above 18 years!


Registration and enrolment:


Conditions of participation:

The course participants must register by e-mail till 01. 06. 2022, 12:00 pm.

Submit the completed application form, a portfolio containing max. 5 current works, a CV, all in digital form.

A maximum of 20 participants can be admitted, the selection is made on the basis of the submitted documents by the lecturers. By registering, you commit to participate in the course.

Participation fee:

The participation fee includes a one-time registration fee of 300,00 Euros and is to be transferred within 10 days of the confirmation of participation from the Summer Academy to the following bank account of the association “LA VETA”:

IBAN: IT 46H08 238 58 680 00 030 203 3399


The enrolment is only valid from the time of deposit. This fee entitles you to participate in all courses and events offered.

We are excited for your applications and hope to welcome you in Val Gardena!


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Field of Action - Performative Drawing - The Workshops


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Field of Action - Performative Drawings & Paintings. A Draw to Perform project at Canning Gallery, London, March 2022


The workshops:

Workshop 1 - Saturday 12 March 10:00-12:00

Workshop 2 - Sunday 13 March 10:00-12:00

There will be two bookable workshop sessions in this upcoming project by Draw to Perform. The workshops will explore drawing performance and strategies for forming a dialogue between drawing, painting, sound, process and performance. Participants will draw live, share and discuss their outcomes and ideas. Workshops will target different groups and issues in drawing and performance. It will allow the general public the opportunity to experience an art form first-hand, work with and be tutored by some of the leading artists in their field.

All of the workshops are suitable for all ages (12+) and do not require prior drawing or performance experience. All drawing materials will be provided.

Please note Canning Gallery has limited space capacity and workshops have limited numbers of tickets. Book your tickets online as soon as possible and reserve your participation in this event.


Saturday 12 March 10:00-12:00

Body painting. Personal History. Performance

Workshop with KV Duong

The workshop will focus on strategies and ideas on how to weave one’s life history into your practice, specifically in a performative context. KV will introduce his practice and share sources of ideas and experimentation. Participants will get a demonstration and then try out themselves the following topics: using your body as a paint brush, using sound sourced from youtube and real life (e.g., your voice) and looping the audio, using video projection and video looping/ layering.

Technical requirement: Smart phone with free app ‘Meitu’ downloaded

KV Duong (b.1980 Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam) is a London-based artist with a practice that spans painting, sculpture, and performance. Duong grew up in Canada to Chinese Vietnamese parents displaced by the Vietnam War. In his work he explores themes of migration and cultural assimilation, through a re-examination of his parents’ and his own experiences. War trauma and integration correlate with the artist’s coming out as a gay Asian man.

Duong is a self-taught artist with a background in structural engineering. He has performed at Stockholm Supermarket International Art Fair and at various London venues including Raymond Revue Bar. Duong will have his first UK institutional exhibition at the Migration Museum in April 2022.


Sunday 13 March 10:00-12:00

From Drawing to Painting Live

Workshop with Ram Samocha

This workshop with Draw to Perform's director Ram Samocha will focus the shift from drawing to painting live. The workshop will concentrate on the connection between sharing the process and layering the marks. It will also combine between elements of movement and stillness while making marks and using sound. Participants will experiment with this performative art practice and talk about possible options of working and creating art in real time.

Ram Samocha is a multi-disciplinary artist who currently resides in Brighton, UK. Samocha’s work combines drawing with video, installation, sound, and live performance. Samocha often mixes modern and traditional drawing techniques while searching for new ways to combine between 2D and 3D work. Samocha is the founder of Draw to Perform, an international gathering of artists and theorists involved in drawing performance. Samocha’s work has been recognized nationally and internationally and his work is part of various museums and private collections. 


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