This is our fifth Park Life Drawing event and I am excited to be presenting Shamani Nair.
Shamani is an Indian Classical dancer trained in a genre known as Bharata Natyam, an art form that combines melody, rhythm and expression. Dating back 2,000 years, this sacred art form originated from Tamil Nadu, a state in South India.
It will be a relaxed morning in an Arana Hills park under trees away from the maddening crowd!
There are toilets and water on-site.
When – postponed due to the weather. New date to be announced soon!
Saturday 4 July 2020, 9.30am-11.30am (please note this event is weather dependent and will be rescheduled in case of rain – or wind and cold temperatures!)
I will confirm the location with you when you register. (It’s not a mystery but a covid-safety plan!)
What should I bring?
It is important for each of us to be self-sufficient. Please bring your own:
- sun protection and insect repellant as the midges like artists who sit still
- sketching gear – be aware you will be resting your drawing pad on your knees so A3 is probably the maximum size for comfort
- fold back clip to stop the breeze flipping your paper
- hand sanitiser
There are toilets on site and cafes close by but definitely bring your own sanitiser as there is none on site.
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