Life class and a Gerry Adams court case: sketchbook muddle
6 days ago - By Isobel Williams
Don't take anything for granted. Things I sort of took for granted were the weekly life class, the Good Friday Agreement and live drawing in the UK Supreme Court. Two are currently impossible because of Covid-19 and one is under threat because of human idiocy.
This muddled-up sketchbook has become an accidental record of two, with overtones of the GFA, in that a court case in central London involving Gerry Adams did not require massive security. It shows life drawings from a couple of weeks' sessions, and sketches R v Adams which was heard on 19 November 2019. In May 2020, the Supreme...
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