Thursday 14 April 2022
In-person drawing workshop led by artist Zoe Gibson
University of Dundee
Artist Zoe Gibson leads an in-person drawing workshop at Cooper Gallery looking at drawing from memory to document recent and past events as a visual diary.
Participants will be invited to refer to moments which have stuck out to them to make quick and loose autobiographical drawings following the format of a childhood game Zoe played called Streaky Bacon.
Drawn to Dundee
This workshop is part of Drawn to Dundee, a series of talks and workshops accompanying the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 at Cooper Gallery, co-curated by artists Tania Kovats, Professor of Drawing & Making and Alex Roberts, Lecturer in Drawing, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee.
This limited capacity in-person drawing workshop will take place within the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2021 exhibition on level 2 of Cooper Gallery.
Participants are requested to take a Rapid Lateral Flow Test prior to arriving to the workshop.
Participants are invited to bring their preferred drawing tools. Paper will be provided.
The gallery is on two floors. Ground floor has ramped access. First floor is accessible by an internal lift and six steps with a handrail. Wheelchair access is via a stairclimber. Please email in advance if you require lift, stairclimber or with any other access enquiries.
First floor is also accessible via 24 steps. Two flights of 12 steps with handrails are separated by a landing.
Zoe Gibson is a multidisciplinary artist whose works primarily combine sculpture, filmmaking, installation, mural painting and drawing. She has a particular interest in exploring storytelling using colour and pattern to create a vivid alternate world. Her work walks the line between sweet and sinister, looking at domesticity, myth, grief, ritual and the magic of everyday moments. She draws inspiration from lots of areas. She is especially interested in folk art and the idea that not only should art be accessible for everyone but that it should be a deeply enmeshed part of everyday life and surroundings.
Zoe graduated from Fine Art at DJCAD in 2017. Her most recent project, ‘Daily Dance’, was a solo exhibition of new works at GENERATORprojects, Dundee, 2021.
Courtesy Zoe Gibson.
Funders and partners
The Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize project is led by its founding Director, Professor Anita Taylor, Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee, and is supported by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust.