The Draw to Perform Festival 2022 at Phoenix Art Space-Brighton

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Performative Drawing is a vibrant new art form where artists create art from mark making in front of a live audience. The creation process, combining elements of line, movement, space and time, is a celebration of energy and creativity. The sixth international festival for performative drawing and painting is a cross-disciplinary project that curated by the Draw to Perform director Ram Samocha at Phoenix Art Space, Brighton.

Participating artists: Graham Dean (UK), Lola and Yukao Meet (FR), Joseph Wilk (UK), Elizabeth Tomos (UK), Christine Coste & Catherine Ursin (FR), Neil Curtis (AU), Anji Main (UK), Nic Sandiland (UK), Nick Sayers (UK), Ram Samocha (IL/UK).

The festival will run over two weekends – Sat & Sun 9-10 & 16-17 July 2022 – and will include four workshops and ten live performances by inspiring and creative local and international artists. This time the festival will be dedicated to exploring the transition from drawing to painting live and from two to three dimensions.

It will explore the connection between drawing and performance art and the relevance of drawing as a modern art medium. The festival will focus on the various options of sharing the process of creating art live while drawing and painting with audience. Disabled and non-disabled artists, dancers and musicians, young and elder participants will take part in dedicated live performances and workshops.

All eight performances will be available to watch online via live streaming. It will give you the opportunity to take part in this festival regardless of your location. For more information about this exciting festival, workshops and performances please visit the Draw to Perform website:

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