As part of the V&A's Friday Late, artist and activist Lidia Lidia devised theatrical sets that played with stereotypical ideas of beauty and gender.
To celebrate Pride in London 2018, we collaborated with Queer model and performer Lager Darling on a life drawing event inspired by Radclyffe Hall’s The Well of Loneliness
Tutor Leo Crane hosted a special evening at the Royal Institute of British Architects for Pride in London 2018 inspired by RIBA’s exhibition Disappear Here with models Kage and Maya.
During May 2018, we teamed up with Cityread London to bring life drawing to 11 local libraries across the capital inspired by Jessie Burton's novel The Muse.
As part of Dulwich Festival 2018, Roy and Leo invited you into their home for a pop-up exhibition celebrating Figuration's creative community.
For this special edition of Starkers at The Glory, we celebrated Marlene Dietrich in all her duality in collaboration with Art Model Collective.
Starkers is an exuberant celebration of the nude. Can’t draw? Who cares! This is a drink-and-draw extravaganza with a Queer twist.
This festive season, Figuration joined 300 people at Dulwich Picture Gallery for a Moomins Winter Eve, celebrating Finnish author and artist Tove Jansson and her much-loved Moomintroll and family.
For Architecture Drawing Day 2017, we took a fond look at 18th-century domestic traditions that remain aspirationally fashionable today. Part of the Pablo Bronstein season at RIBA.
The only creative workshop in the calendar for Pride in London 2017, celebrating cities at a moment in Queer history at the Royal Institute of British Architects.