MetFilm School Winter Open Day (Degree Courses) - Saturday 7 December 2019
About this Event
Attendees will be able to learn more about our ethos and style of learning through scheduled presentations, tour our facilities and speak with tutors, students and our admissions team about specific courses of interest.
A full schedule will be emailed to ticketholders closer to the day.
JOIN US FOR TUTORED LIFE DRAWING CLASSES, LED BY KARLY ALLEN
1. Life Drawing for All: The Pitzhanger Life Room
Friday 1 November 2019
Pitzhanger invites a life model to pose in its historic rooms. These tutored Life Drawing workshops are suitable for all: absolute beginners and lifelong artists alike. Bring an enthusiasm for experimenting with this extraordinary subject in an unexpected, creative setting. We take inspiration from Soane’s passion for the past, to reinvestigate classical poses with expert model Andrew Crayford.
8 Dec 2019
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery
Take part in seasonal crafts, carol singing and events for all ages, including songs from The Big Sing community choir and a Bach to Baby concert! Join printmaking, decorate gingerbread or make a Christmas ornament, all perfectly complemented by festive food and drinks at Soane’s Kitchen.
Meet at the Gallery Welcome Desk for a festive tour of the Manor.
Join us for an evening in celebration of our exhibition Es Devlin: Memory Palace, with tours, performances, music and a special Gimlet cocktail bar. AVM Curiosities presents a scented trail created for Pitzhanger, exploring memory, place and the senses.
Wander through rooms real and imagined in a collaborative act of memory in the performance game The Unbuilt Room by Seth Kriebel. Create a word collage inspired by Es Devlin’s library installation.
Join Richard Marshall in an OPEN conversation - Thursday 17 October @ 7 pm
teacher – in state secondary schools mainly in London 1983- 2019.
author – Johnny Pulp project – 2000 onwards. aims to do to literature what punk did for music’ (featuring amongst others Stewart Home and Tony White) – the neo-Attack! project is ongoing. One feature of the project is to place the books on the shelves of bookshops in the hope that people will find them and take them away.
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