Draw No Conclusions: Access Gallery with Vancouver Draw Down 2014
Saturday 14 June, 2014, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Now in its fifth year, the Vancouver Draw Down celebrates creativity and challenges commonplace ideas about what drawing is and what it can do. This day-long, city wide exploration of drawing focuses on the process, pleasure and diversity of drawing, rather than on skill and technical ability.
Draw No Conclusions is held in conjunction with Break the Legs of What I Want To Happen, an exhibition exploring the possibilities of failure, collaboratively curated by the students of Emily Carr University’s AHIS 401 Topics in Curatorial Projects seminar under the instruction of Access Director/Curator Kimberly Phillips. Held in Access’ gallery space, Draw No Conclusions offers participants the opportunity to experiment freely with mark making while exhibiting artists Lexie Owen, Sarah and Rachel Seburn, as well as participating curators Eric Miranda, Madison Kilo, and Jacobo Zambrano, speak informally about the often unconventional ways that drawing figures in their own practices.