The Frankston Line
Kenny Pittock is an interdisciplinary artist and his artwork offers a sentimental yet refreshing and humorous perspective of Australian contemporary culture and a celebration of the seemingly mundane. The Frankston Line is a playful exhibition of line drawings celebrating Frankston.
Drawing everyday objects with Kenny Pittock!
Saturday 8 January | 2pm 4-7 years, 3pm 8-12 years 4pm 4-12 years | Cube 37
Bring along your everyday object and join Melbourne artist Kenny Pittock for a lesson in still-life drawing and share in his playful perspective of the seemingly mundane. Full of fun tips, techniques, and activities for people of all skill levels.
$10 per child. Duration: 45 minutes / Bookings Essential / 03 9874 1060
Kenny Pittock is an artist who works with ceramics, painting and drawing. Pittock’s work uses humour and sentimentality, playfully responding to the everyday ephemeral and celebrating the mundane. In 2008 Pittock underwent major spine surgery and spent a year in bed, (you can read more about that by clicking here).
In 2013 Pittock received an Honours Fine Arts Degree in painting from the Victorian College of the Art, and since then he has had international solo exhibitions in Italy and Singapore, as well as consistently exhibited his work throughout Australia with galleries including ACCA in Melbourne, PICA in Perth, Artspace in Sydney and MONA in Tasmania. In 2017 Pittock was the recipient of Redlands Emerging Artist Award.
Kenny Pittock is represented by MARS Gallery, Melbourne. Pittock's work is represented in many collections including Artbank, the City of Melbourne Town Hall Collection, the University of Queensland Gallery Collection, the Deakin University Collection and the Monash University Museum Of Art Collection.
Artist: Kenny Pittock, The Frankston Line
(37 Davey Street next door to main theatre)
Thursday 13 January to Saturday 12 February
View from the street at Cube 37 day and night