Drawing teaching and practice
Sarah Pickstone, Paul Gopal-Chowdhury & Oliver Sullivan
Sarah Pickstone and Paul Gopal-Chowdhury are artists and tutors at the Royal Drawing School. In this episode they talk about their experiences in drawing at Arts Schools, discussing several issues related to practicing, learning, and teaching. Moreover, they also talk about the cross-disciplinary approach to drawing. Following that, Oliver Sullivan talks about his experience as a student at the Royal Drawing School and reflects on how the practice of drawing takes part of his
Sarah Pickstone is currently a tutor at the Royal Drawing School and is an artist, focussing mostly on painting and drawing. She graduated in Arts from the University of Newcastle, and undertook post graduate studies at the Royal Academy of Arts. She also spent some time studying painting in Rome on a scholarship. http://www.sarahpickstone.co.uk
Paul Gopal-Chowdhury is currently a tutor at the Royal Drawing School and is an artist. He studied at Camberwell School of Art, London and the Slade School of Fine Art, London. He also taught at Chelsea School of Art, London
and won a Boise travelling scholarship and a French Government scholarship to paint landscapes in France.
Oliver Sullivan is a student at the Royal Drawing School
and choral lay clerk at Guildford Cathedral, Surrey.
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