On the 11th of March I will be presenting at the ‘Circumnavigation’ Drawing Symposium at the National Maritime Museum in London.

This free, inclusive symposium launches the ‘Drawn Together’ season of drawings, which offers an engaging and dynamic celebration of drawing. ‘Circumnavigation’ will combine discussions from artists, community participants and experts alongside workshops, active drawing sessions, and drawing performances, to explore how drawing belongs to all of us. It will highlight the importance of drawing as a tool to navigate the challenges we personally and collectively face.

Circumnavigation has been developed and produced by Drawing Correspondence, a collective of artists, educators and theorists who have drawing at the heart of their practice. The collective consists of Anita Taylor, Tania Kovats and Chloe Briggs, who will all be presenting, alongside Imogen Tedbury, Charmaine Watkiss, Adam Dant, Emma Stibbon RA, and M. Lohrum.

The day event is free but places are limited. Follow the link below for more details and to book.


Image credit: Drawing performance by M.Lohrum (who will also be presenting)