Monday, September 26, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Drawing papers #3. I'll have copies to hand out on the night and feel free to bring any examples of work which you feel may be relevant. You can check out the interactive issuu pdf beforehand at www.issuu.com/mikecarney/docs/dp3_singles
Monday, May 16, 2011
MOCA. The conversation will take place at the Crompton Tavern, Derby on Wednesday June 1st, 8p.m. If you would like more info or to get involved just drop us an email.
Monday, March 14, 2011
All Combinations of Arcs from Corners and Sides, Straight Lines, Not-Straight Lines, and Broken Lines
"The ABCDs of Sol LeWitt"
Williams College Museum of Art
We've had a few problems getting hold of the Badiou essay (hoping we can sort it for a future Drawing Conversation) and so have decided to go with Anna Lovatt's 'Ideas in Transmission: Le Witt's Wall drawings and the Question of Medium' which will be introduced by Martin Lewis. If you are interested in participating the link is HERE The conversation will take place on Wednesday April 6th, 8 p.m. onwards.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
|mind map 02.02.11 - J. McArdle|
Saturday, December 18, 2010
|Image: copyright Cy Twombly|
The date for the first Drawing Conversation has been set - Wednesday 2nd February 2011 at 8 pm. It will be taking place at The Crompton Tavern, 46 Crompton Street, Derby DE1 1NY. The first reading is an essay by Roland Barthes. If you want to be involved or want further info please email us
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Our initial project (starting in January 2011) will be an informal monthly or bi-monthly session at The Crompton, Derby where someone will put forward a reading or proposition which will start off the conversation. This can be something which has direct relevance to work being produced or just be something of interest which the initiator thinks worthy of discussion. The only rule is that it must be drawing related (and not too long!). All participants will read this before the meeting; the initiator will start of the conversation (referring to examples of their own work if they wish) and a dialogue/ debate will then hopefully develop. Participants will take it in turns to put forward a reading/ proposition giving a varied programme and encouraging people to think outside their own practice. Initially we're looking for expressions of interest, (either Beth or Kate will provide the reading for the first meeting) so if it's something you would like to be involved in let us know.....