Events

Len Fox Artist Talks

Saturday 28 May, 2:00pm — Saturday 28 May, 3:00pm

Len Fox Artist Talks
In conversation with winner Greg Creek and finalist Christine Wrest-Smith
2- 3 pm, Saturday May 28

Join us for an afternoon of conversation with Len Fox Prize winner Greg Creek and finalist Christine Wrest-Smith chaired by director Naomi Cass.

Where: Stoneman Gallery
Date: Saturday May 28
Time: 2 - 3 pm
No RSVP required.



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Drawing with Foxes

Friday 27 May, 4:00pm — Friday 27 May, 6:00pm

CAM invites you to a casual afternoon of drawing held amongst the Len Fox Painting Prize exhibition.

Drawing a painting? You might argue that drawing is the foundation of painting, a starting point and place to develop ideas. With this in mind, we invite you to look to the works for inspiration. Surrounded by paintings from fifty three exhibiting artists whose works embody Emmanuel Philips Fox’s connection with light, colour and connection to place, there is much to be explored. Make yourself comfortable at CAM and draw amongst like-minded people. All ages and ability levels are invited to come and let loose on paper. Facilitated by local artist Anna Schwann.

Please contact our friendly staff at the front desk with any access questions so that we can give you the best experience.

Cost: Free

Where: The Len Fox Prize exhibition

When: Friday May 27 and Friday 10 June

Time: 4-6 pm

Provided: Drawing materials (pencils, charcoal, coloured pencils etc) butchers paper, sketch paper, drawing boards.

BYO: Any special papers or drawing materials.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/drawing-with-foxes-a-drawing-session-at-cam-tickets-340278360737



Dates:
Friday 27 May, 4:00pm
Friday 10 June, 4:00pm

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