Observational movement drawing
Observational drawing is drawing what you see. By reflecting on the body as a tool for drawing, we will use motion to explore patterns, rhythm, and shapes. Solo or with a partner, create drawings on paper or a dance in space.
This gallery activity will be held in the exhibition Annabeth Rosen: Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped. Each session will last approximately 30 minues; all ages and levels are welcome.
CAMH's Drop-In Experiences feature guided in-gallery discussions and pop-up activities that provide creative opportunities to experience the exhibitions on view in a unique and meaningful way.
Led by our FAQ Team (Frequently Asked Questions), a group of artists and historians who assist with contextualizing CAMH's dynamic exhibitions for diverse audiences. Drop-In Experiences are available between 1–4PM every Saturday. All ages are welcome; admission is always free.
Image: Annabeth Rosen, “Souvenir 10” (detail), 2008. Acrylic paint, ink, and gouache on paper. 24 x 36 inches. Image and work courtesy the artist; Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco; and P.P.O.W. Photo: Christopher Woodcock