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SOLD OUT: Drawing Experience With Nicole Eisenman PLUS 3-Day Drawing Symposium 


Carnegie Café

General $15, Student $10, CMP Member $10

Drawing is a critical part of the artistic practice of Nicole Eisenman, winner of this year’s Carnegie Prize. Inspired by Eisenman’s perspectives on representation and experimentation, participants are invited to select a gallery location to engage in observation drawing of draped and undraped models against the backdrop of the 2013 Carnegie International. Facilitators at each location will monitor poses and guide novice and experienced participants. Eisenman will circulate to each gallery location and offer comments. Bring your own sketchbook and use the materials provided.

7:30–8 p.m.: Introduction by the artist in Carnegie Café
8–9:30 p.m.: Drawing in the 2013 Carnegie International galleries
Presented in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University, School of Art, Drawing Symposium DRAW2014: Why Draw Now? Cosponsored by Carnegie Mellon University, School of Art

Cost: $15 ($10 members and students); Call 412.622.3288 to register. Free for CMU Drawing Symposium participants (see below)

DRAW2014: Why Draw Now?
A 3-day symposium exploring the expanding field of drawing

February 27–March 1, 2014
Open to the public. Ticketed + Free events.

Bringing together practitioners from a variety of disciplines, this symposium explores the wide range of processes, materials, and ideas that are expanding the field of drawing today. Immerse yourself in challenging and inspiring artist projects, lectures, presentations, demonstrations, panel discussions, and hands-on workshops. Presented by Carnegie Mellon University School of Art

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