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Queer Life Drawing: All Too Human

Explore the spectrum of gender and sexuality through new forms of life drawing

This four-week course led by Gaby Sahhar and Lilly Cheetah from Queerdirect offers a chance to explore the spectrum of gender and sexuality by looking at how one can ‘queer’ the viewing experience of art and think about them in relation to a queer subject.

Participants will be able to use life drawing as a participatory performance practice, assisted by clothing and props to challenge various notions around gender and sexuality. This includes explorations of queer intimacy, examining how the queer gaze relates to subjects outside assumed roles of sexuality and re-thinking heteropatriarchal norms.

No prior experience or knowledge of life drawing necessary. Materials provided. Includes visits to All Too Human.

Tate Britain

In the All Too Human exhibition

London SW1P 4RG
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Every Friday at 18.45–20.45

29 June – 20 July 2018



Price is for whole course (all four sessions)

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