lisbon drawing club



Lisbon Drawing Club is a community of live model drawing lovers who meet regularly to draw and share a good time.
—  project duration
    2021 > ongoing

—  project location/logistic partn
    Safra 
    Galeria Monumental 
    LARGO Residências
    Curious Monkey
    Queer Art Lab/Trumps
    Goethe-Institut
    Hospital Psiquiátrico de Lisboa
    NOVA - school of business economics
    Hindu Temple
    Ávila Spaces
    Safra
    Oriq
    Dual
    Atilier Artéria
    Útero
    Praça
    Casa Regional Castro de Aire
    MUSEX
    Centro de Dia Nossa Sª dos Anjos
    PLA’arte artists studios
    Palácio Baldaya
    
  



—  communication and image partners
    Nicole Sánchez - NIMAGENS


—  support

   VIARCO
Based on the principles of Community, Inclusion, Practice and Fun, we organize weekly meetings in different cultural/social places in Lisbon since May 2021. We believe that drawing together is a great way to get to know each other better and also to get to know ourselves. Drawing can be a vehicle for emancipation, belonging and awareness.

Lisbon Drawing Club is interested in working with a diversity of models that reflect the richness of our social heritage and stimulate a practice of empathy, working with a plurality of bodies, gestures and identities represented by professional models, artists, folk groups, migrants, seniors, inhabitants of different neighborhoods, etc. Once a month, sessions are dedicated to trans and non-binary models in cooperation with Queer Art Lab. Drawing classes (Masterclasses) with guest artists are also organized on a monthly basis.




—  target group
Lisbon Drawing Club has collaborated with more than 25 cultural and social places , such as SAFRA, Galeria Monumental, Curious Monkey, Queer Art Lab/Trumps, Casa de Castro Daire, Musex, P.R.A.Ç.A, Goethe-Institut, Dual, Lisbon's Psychiatric Hospital, Day Care Centre of N. Sra dos Anjos, AMRT Transcultural, Dual Lisboa, Viarco, Quinta das Relvas, among others.

—  team


Marianne Maina


(FR)


Nicole Sánchez

(PT)


Lígia Fernandes


(PT)


Susanne Malorny

(DE)




Rita Dias

(PT)


Rita Bourbon

(PT)


Ricardo Pinto

(PT)


Neide

(PT)


Joana Leal

(PT)




Fotografia: Nicole Sánchez





















based in Lisbon, Portugal
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