Jason Rhoades, Four Roads is the first major gallery exhibition of the work of this exceptional artist who died in 2006 at the age of 41.
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Saturday 12 October 2013
12.30-15.30 / Level 2 / FREE
Get involved in a variety of creative and exciting drawing activities and experiments to celebrate October’s Big Draw. Join teachers and students from the TEA programme, a national training opportunity for secondary school teachers, at this drop-in afternoon for lots of Big Draw marks, doodles, lines, squiggles, shapes and fun.
Throughout the afternoon we’ll be in touch with participants taking part in similar activities at Birmingham’s IKON gallery and Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, creating a national network of creative Big Draw happenings.
TEA (Thinking, Expression & Actiona-learning through drawing), is a training programme for secondary school art, craft and design teachers. In collaboration with The Campaign for Drawing, NSEAD and NADFAS and sponsored by the Helen Rachael Mackaness Trust.
Presented as part of The Big Draw.
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