We will be hosting an extra special Dr Sketchy event within the Hell Yeah exhibition space on Saturday 4 July from 6-9pm! Dr Sketchy will have 2 cabaret performances which will include some burlesque from the stunning PEACHY MALONE and the absolutely enthralling, borderline incomprehensibly unusual JACK SQUAT, as well as their usual competitions, FABULOUS PRIZES and witty banter for the fabulously affordable door tax of only £6.

All abilities are welcome.

ABOUT DR SKETCHY’S

Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art school is the world’s premier alt.drawing movement. Artists draw glamorous underground performers in an atmosphere of boozy conviviality. Found in 2005 in a dive bar in Brooklyn, Dr. Sketchy’s has now spread to over 100 cities around the world.

We supply basic materials but more advanced artists who are more particular about their preferred tools may want to bring their own stuff.

I can’t stress enough, EVERYONE is welcome at Dr Sketchy’s. Doesn’t matter if you think you can’t draw, if you’re at all interested in art, burlesque or any combination of the two, there’s a seat and some supplies with your name on them!

All forms of artists are welcome whether you want to come and do traditional pencil/ink stuff, bring an easel and do oil some painting or if you’re a digital artist bring your tablet!

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

From Saturday 6 June, Hell Yeah will be taking over Peacock Visual Arts to draw a sugar loaded, popcorn poppin’, over indulgent large-scale illustration installation on the walls of our main gallery! Hell Yeah actively encourage viewers to visit them in the gallery throughout the duration of the installation in order for you to engage with their creative process, with questions and interaction with artists welcomed.

Once the installation is complete the gallery will be closed throughout the day on Friday 26 June to prepare the space for the official Closing Party, which will feature previously unseen work from the artists hung directly on top of the installation. This guarded nature of the Closing Party is intended to provoke viewers’ curiosity, urge you to explore the artwork further and also offer a fresh perspective of the exhibition as a whole. The closing party will take place on Friday 26 June, 6-8pm, all welcome.

The finished exhibition will then run until Saturday 18 July 2015.