Drawing Language – this Saturday!

This Saturday we’re hosting a This Wild Song forum with artists Filomena Coppola, Lily Mae Martin and Charlotte Watson speaking about their work and drawing as a language.  Join us for afternoon tea and bring your questions!  It’s free to attend, book your seat HERE.

Drawing as Language

We’re excited to be hosting the next This Wild Song forum with artists Filomena Coppola, Lily Mae Martin and Charlotte Watson!

The artists will be speaking about their work and discussing drawing as language, and share their experiences of being a woman in the arts. Please bring along your questions and join us for a wonderful afternoon of conversations with fellow artists.

Book your seat HERE.

*All contributors to This Wild Song’s fundraiser through the Australian Cultural Fund receive a free ticket! Simply email to reserve your seat. You can make a tax deductible donation HERE.

Reflecting on your practice

REFLECTING ON PRACTICE is a new workshop hosted by Yvette Grant as part of our WHAT I WISH I LEARNED AT ART SCHOOL series.

How we think about our practice changes it and often our reflection on practice can be intuitive, instinctual or automatic. In order to deepen this reflection, we can use tools to push dead-ends, reveal what’s underneath and question the habitual.  In this session, Yvette will take you through two methods of reflecting on practice: firstly, reflecting through writing using the approaches of Jenny Moon; and secondly, reflecting through the practice of a philosopher’s walk.

Places are limited to 30 attendees, book your place HERE!

This Wild Song podcast

Today’s Monday Inspiration comes from our very own Erika Gofton!

Ilona has just released her This Wild Song podcast where she’s interviewing artists about the practicalities, and realities, of being a professional artist.

In Erika’s episode we chat in depth about art education, Erika’s practice and advice for emerging artists. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher and find the links on the TWS website