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Life drawing classes in Melbourne

That link again is link

Comment made 10 years ago on Friday 26 June 2009

Life drawing classes in Melbourne

Yes I have launched a site called www.melbournelifedrawing.com to address this need.

The Melbourne Life Drawing site was set up with one core aim: to provide a reliable information portal for artists, enthusiasts and aspiring models seeking information about life drawing classes and activity in Melbourne, Australia.

MLD will achieve this by providing

  • A directory of life drawing workshops, short courses and salons (tutored and untutored) throughout Melbourne
  • information about life-model training and induction (courtesy of Melbourne’s own Life Model Society)
    l* ife drawing resources and industry protocols
  • artist/model/organisation networking opportunities and links
  • An online gallery for showcasing local artists work

It’s new and will be added to as more information comes to hand, but check it out and add yourself to the mailing list if you want to be updated.

Regards, Paul R (Melbourne Life Drawing)

Comment made 10 years ago on Friday 26 June 2009

Online Arts Resources

Hi all, here is a website that provides support and informative articles and advice relating to art and the market place by art consultant ALAN BAMBERGER.

Examples of articles you might find useful..

Turn Those Lookers Into Buyers
How and Why Do Consumers Choose Art?
Art Opening Protocol 101
Making the Most of Your Art Gallery Experience
Studio Visits and Beyond; Making an Artist/Dealer Relationship Work
My Art Belongs in Museums – How Do I Get It There?
How to Make Your Art Worth More Money
People Need Help Buying Art, So Help Them

Here is the link:
http://www.artbusiness.com/artists.html

Comment made 11 years ago on Sunday 10 February 2008

art on the environment

“art is thought…”

Anon, I disagree with you. Some artists don’t actually care what an anthropologist may say about their art. This does not make them indifferent to the state of our planet or our human condition.

Comment made 11 years ago on Monday 04 February 2008

art on the environment

Anon

Fair enough if someone wants to make focus on art that carries a clear cut environmental agenda, but the inference in your last post is that many of our artists could be accused of being disconnected and or apathetic re the environment, which I feel is a little presumptuous.

As with writers and musicians, much can be said about the “world we live in” without having to literally reference or subscribe to environmental issues. There are other things to make art about, obviously.

Comment made 11 years ago on Sunday 20 January 2008

Bronwen Hyde

Hi Bronwen

this is just stunning…very inspiring

Comment made 11 years ago on Friday 07 December 2007

Ginny Grayson

Hi Ginny, this is a very strong and moving series of marks… great work.

Comment made 11 years ago on Thursday 29 November 2007

Sophie Dalgleish

forget that stupid question of mine..

Comment made 11 years ago on Friday 23 November 2007

Sophie Dalgleish

Sorry…Which artists are you referring to?

Comment made 11 years ago on Friday 23 November 2007