The Camelart Club
Time Out says
One of Sydney’s most popular life drawing nights is back
Marrickville’s intimate live music space the Camelot Lounge is opening back up the doors after lockdowns, and in good news for seasoned sketchers and newly minted hobbyists alike, it’s popular weekly life drawing sessions are back on.
The Camelart Club kicks back off from Wednesday, July 29, downstairs in the quirky lounge room-like surrounds of Django @ Camelot. Have your pencil at the ready as a nude model takes to the stage for two sets of artistic posing between 6.30pm and 8.15pm. This sketch club is popular for being accompanied by evocative live musicians every week, with an eclectic bevy of artists bringing everything from jazz piano, Gypsy guitar and French accordion to the table. While new physical distancing protocols are configured, the sessions may be underscored by chilled out DJ sets.
Admission is just $10, BYO art materials (pencils, paper, etcetera). The bar will have you sorted for cocktails, wine, and craft beers poured from the tap – and there’s pizza if you’re peckish. Numbers are capped and entry is first come, first served. Get down to support this stalwart venue in the Sydney creative scene and have a nosy at the facelift and brand new stairwell art slapped up by local art students while things were closed down.