A night for new ideas, Photo Scratch is an opportunity for documentary photographers to understand how their work is perceived and gain valuable insight into how to take their work further with the benefit of other people’s outside eye. For spectators this is an opportunity to preview projects, offer feedback, and engage in conversations about photography.
Friday 5th October
7:30 - 9:30pm
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Second Skin Costumed Life drawing's 7th class will be an ode to the tutu, the romantic, soft, frothy and beautiful garment which holds a rich history in ballet, we will be drawing a selection of tutus old and new and exploring ways in which to capture its beauty through drawing.
As usual the class will be split in to two halves, the first half we will experiment with some short drawing exercises exploring capturing movement through the costumes and then moving onto the second half where we will settle into some longer poses.
Drawing boards, some paper and pencils will be provided however we recommend to bring some materials you enjoy working with incase we run out!
"Noun, A female ballet dancer's costume consisting of a bodice and an attached skirt incorporating numerous layers of soft light and diaphanous fabric, this being either short and stiff and projecting horizontally from the waist ( the classical tutu) or long, soft, and bell shaped (the romantic tutu)"
- Oxford Dictionary
Call Out for Pop Prints. Theme: Body Positivity. Deadline: 30th September 2018
Apply now for the Design Trust & Hotel Elephant’s Xmas market and creative business training at Spare Street. Deadline: 5pm 10th October.
Camberwell College of Arts - student exhibition. Anatomical drawing exhibition at Spare Street
M.Y.O (Make Your Own) share their start up story at our free Creative Entrepreneurs meet up!
Friday lates at Sidecar ! Live Ukulele night
Friday lates at Sidecar Coffee Bar - Original Sidecar Material 6pm till late - Free Entry
In this special edition of Photo Scratch, spectators will be invited to take a look and feedback about work-in-progress photography book projects.
Featuring work-in-progress from:
Due to the nature of looking at books, this edition will be slightly different to the usual format. There will be two time slots, please do arrive at the slot you book. Booking is essential.
We are delighted that this edition is in collaboration with the exhibition taking place at Hotel Elephant at the same time by Photo Scratch alumni, Kevin Percival, who will be exhibiting his major project Tanera (Ar Dùthaich), which was shown at Photo Scratch in an early incarnation.
Same time and place. Booking essential.