DrawNow! Online! with Mark Zubrovich

Paul Chan, das Atelier (studio), 2020, Ink on paper, 39 1/4 x 27 1/2 inches (99.7 x 69.9 cm), Courtesy of the artist and Greene Naftali, New York

Join Mark Zubrovich, teaching artist and Visitor Services Associate at The Drawing Center, for a participatory drawing workshop that will reflect on the pandemic, self-isolation, and the surge of activism in response to systemic racism, social injustice, and police brutality in the United States, all of which has highlighted the uncertainty and danger that occupies public space. In this workshop, participants will discuss how artists have turned inward to document and reflect on this period of upheaval. Through a selection of drawings from the current exhibition 100 Drawings from Now—including portraits, still lifes, and lists—this workshop will explore the visual records that artists make as a way to articulate their standing in a world outside of their control.

ASL Interpreter Services will be provided by DeafLink Inc. Live closed captioning for this workshop will be provided.

  • Suggested Supplies

    Pencils, markers, and paper.

  • Tips for a Successful Zoom Session

    • Log in 5-10 minutes before the workshop begins to avoid any technical delays.
    • Use a desktop or laptop for the best image quality. A tablet will also do, but on a smartphone, the image may be too small.
    • Make sure you have a stable wifi connection before the workshop beings
  • Documentation

    The Drawing Center tries to share its programs as widely as possible, which means recording our programming and making it available online. By attending the event, you consent to audio recording and video recording and its/their release, publication, or exhibition.



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