Close-up of the window's from Alex Da Corte's neon house

Alex Da Corte, Rubber Pencil Devil (detail view), 2018. Courtesy the artist

Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session: Valentines with Alex Da Corte

Hall of Architecture

$10 (Members: $8; Students: $8)

Draw to your heart’s content with artist Alex Da Corte. Pen and pinprick paper following prompts from Da Corte, whose work Rubber Pencil Devil in the Carnegie International is currently featured on Art21. Materials included.

Alex Da Corte is a Philadelphia-based artist participating in Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018.

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About Tam O’Shanter Drawing Sessions

These creative sessions are for those who draw and for those who don’t. Explore contemporary art through improvised forms of drawing with artists and organizers of the Carnegie International. Sketching, doodling, cartooning, mapping, writing, and marking are among the many modes that will bring us together.

Named after the original art classes for young people that Carnegie Museum of Art has been holding since 1929; the tam o’shanter, or tam, is a Scottish beret—oft adorned by a pompom.