25 January 2017 / 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for a special Drawing Night, in collaboration with the International Studio & Curatorial Program opening CIMA’s unique and intimate setting to students and artists and encouraging them to interact with, analyze, and draw inspiration from Giorgio de Chirico and Giulio Paolini’s works.
Naomi Campbell, ISCP 2016–17 artist in residence, will lead the event by opening with reflections on her artistic practice, drawing, and questions raised by the works on exhibition at CIMA. Participants will have the opportunity to sketch for approximately an hour, before coming back together to discuss the works and share insights into what was learned in the process.
Paper has been provided by the legendary Italian papermaker Fabriano, who recently celebrated the 750th anniversary of papermaking in Fabriano, Italy.
Limited to 30 participants. Ticket: $8, free for CIMA Members.
6:10 Introduction by Naomi Campbell
6:30-7:30 Drawing Time
8pm Conclusion of Program
About the artist:
Naomi Campbell has painted and sculpted over 29 years. She is a faculty instructor of the Contemporary Figure in Watercolor at the Art Students League of New York since 2007. Her guest lectures and workshops include the Morgan Library and Museum, MTA Arts & Design and the New York Transit Museum.
Campbell was born in Montreal, Canada and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
She studied at the Collége de Champlain in Quebec, the University of Guelph in Ontario, and the School of Visual Arts in New York. She also studied painting and printmaking at The Art Students League of New York. Her art is displayed in numerous permanent public collections, some of which include the City of New York; the City of Irving, Texas; the City of Geochang, South Korea; the New York Public Library; the New York State Museum, NY; and the Trenton City Museum, New Jersey.