The Big Draw

21 Oct 2018


Jerwood Space , London

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Artists Nicole Morris and Milly Peck, who have work in current exhibition Survey, will run practical drop-in drawing projects that are suitable for all ages, as part of The Big Draw Festival 2018. Come join us!


Film-making through Drawing

Make a collaborative film through drawing with Nicole Morris. In this workshop, participants will experiment with marking lines, fingerprints, and patterns onto Super 8 film to construct an animated drawing. Project your finished strip to see the final outcome.


Foley Folly

Foley is a method of creating sound effects for film and video. Explore the comic nature of this form of sound production, and create fictional narratives around everyday objects with Milly Peck. In this workshop, participants will use a selection of objects and materials to develop a soundscape for an imagined movie scene or sequence of theatrical events, and will translate these into simple drawn instructions resembling a comic strip sequence or a musical score.


This event is free, but booking is required via Eventbrite.


Nicole Morris (b. 1986, Bedford) lives and works in London. She received an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2011). Recent exhibitions include: INGEST / digest / excrete, [Space], London (2018); Compressor Projects, London (2018); Sisters, Space In Between, London (2017); Girlfriend, National Gallery Prague, Czech Republic (2016); Caprice, Open Space, Baltimore, USA (2015); TTTT, Jerwood Space, London (2014); Young London, V22, London (2013); Quantum Leap, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh and Malmö Konsthall, Sweden (2013); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London and Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool (2012). Morris received a Jerwood Visual Arts Artist Bursary (2018)

Milly Peck (b. 1990, London) lives and works in London. She received an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art, London (2016) where she was awarded The David Troostwyk/Matt’s Gallery Studio Award which concluded with a solo show, LOUD KNOCK, Matt’s Gallery (Studio Space), London (2017). Recent exhibitions include: The Slip, Tintype Gallery, London (2018); Pressure Head, Assembly Point, London (2018); Launch Pad: Th-th-th that’s all folks!, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2018); Refinding: Jessie Flood-Paddock with Kenneth Armitage, The Tetley, Leeds (2017); Mudhook, Tintype Gallery, London (2017); Top Bantz, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2016).

Nicole Morris, Channels: How to be a good mother, artist, wife and lover?, 2018. Commissioned for Survey, supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Image: Anna Arca