Corporate Events

Life Drawing the Bareback Museum, photograph by Amy Wills. curated as part of Cruising for Art, Tate Britain, 2017

Our Performance Workshops are of an international standard. We offer a range of life drawing workshops.

QueerLDC offers a range of hybrid, online and live events on the themes of queer life drawing and life drawing performance workshops. These activities are participatory for audiences to draw, pose and join the conversation. Each  event can last between 45 and 120 minutes for Lunchtime activities or as a planned morning, afternoon or evening experience. Audiences will be lead through a series of choreographed poses with an artist / model. For more information please select a performance from below. 

Selection of Performances:

  • Life Drawing Cafe  with Miles Coote – a live art collaborative workshop
  • Queer Life Drawing Conversation – poses and interview with a model
  • Bareback Museum -life drawing, sexual health and intimacy
  • Live art life drawing performance: Care   with  Gareth Cutter
  • Live art life drawing performance: Shame  with  Catherine Hoffman

All live art practitioners have experience presenting work Nationally and Internationally. 

Enquire and book a Life Drawing Performance Workshop


Artist fees are inline with the Artist Union England Rates of Pay

Online Workshops Led by Miles Coote with artist / model£300
Live Workshops Led by Miles Coote with artist / model£450
Hybrid WorkshopsLed by Miles Coote with artist / model and moderator£500

The workshops are available for groups between 6 and 25 partipicants and includes the cost of drawing materials. Travel expenses are not included.

If you would like to receive a quote and book a Life Drawing Performance Workshop for your organisation, please complete the contact form

Our Ethics

This art project supports the promotion of equality and diversity for the public benefit by:

(a) the elimination of discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, disability , sexual orientation or religion;

(b) advancing education and raising awareness in equality and diversity;

(c) promoting activities to foster understanding between people from diverse backgrounds;

(d) conducting or commissioning research on equality and diversity issues and publishing the results to the public;