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Life Drawing

A social life drawing group where all skill levels are welcome.
Maximum of 10 artists per session.

About this Event

Due to the Covid situation we have decided to stop life drawing until August...

We feel it's in the best interest of our beloved customers, friends and ourselves.

Stay safe 🙂

We hope Victoria can get through this


The group is open to anyone who wants to try life drawing in a supportive studio environment. More experienced artists also welcome!

Have a glass of wine or a cup of tea and get your charcoal ready! We start with quick poses to get warmed up and progress to longer poses towards the end. During the 2 hour session we have 2 short breaks so you can say hi to the person next to you, show off what you are doing or ask questions on how to improve your drawing.

BYO art materials.

Basic art materials are available for $2.

Easels and chairs are available. Lots of off street parking.

This is an untutored life drawing session but Sue will be there to answer any questions you might have.


Melbourne based Sue Beyer has recently completed a Master of Fine Art at the VCA in Melbourne, supported through an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship. In 2018 she was awarded the National Gallery of Victoria Women’s Association Award for the work created as part of her candidature.

Sue has held solo exhibitions in Brisbane and Melbourne and participated in group shows internationally in San Francisco and New York. She was awarded an Australia Council ArtStart Grant in 2010, been a finalist in numerous prizes and was the winner of the Emerging artist category in the Stanthorpe Art Prize in 2014. Her work is included in public collections including Artbank, as well as numerous corporate collections.

Sue is the creator and a director of Sandbox Studios in Brunswick, Melbourne.

Category Arts