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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

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4.1.24

Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Wham Bam Tam with Jeremy Deller

04 Feb 2019

[No. 24] Draw America through three prompts: “America as I see it,” “This is what I think,” and “Hopes and Fears for 2028.”

Conducted by Jeremy Deller, participant, Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018 with students from Propel Pitcairn and The Ellis School in the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater and Carnegie Music Hall.

America Through Children’s Eyes: An Exhibition of Drawings Instigated by Jeremy Deller was on view in the Hall of Architecture from February 23-25, 2019.

Jeremy Deller conducts the Wham Bam Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session in Carnegie Museum of Art Theater for students from Propel Pitcairn and The Ellis School.

Jeremy Deller presents to students from Propel Pitcairn and The Ellis School.

Jeremy Deller speaks next to an drawing of Marilyn Monroe.

A student drawing on paper.

Students Chloe and another girl from the Ellis School drawing.

A student from propel draws.

Students Jaimesion, Jaeiel, and another student from propel draw during the drawing session.

Students Carson and Aj draw during the drawing session.

Ellis school students Anne and others draw as Jeremy Deller looks on at their work.

Image containing all of the Ellis and Propel students drawing.

Propel students draw during the session.

Propel student draws on a poster with the title 'Black Lives Matter'.

A student shows her drawing at the Wham Bam Tam O’Shanter Drawing Session in Carnegie Music Hall conducted by Carnegie International, 57th Edition, 2018 participant Jeremy Deller

Anna, a Ellis School student shows her drawing that has a cut out for her face and above are displayed the words “Glass Ceilings are made to be broken”.

A student shows her drawing of the words “Black Lives Matter” in bubble letters.

A student displays her paper cut out of a ufo abducting Donald Trumps face.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes exhibition.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes exhibition featuring many of the children art.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes exhibition that contains work that says “Gay Lives Matter” and “Girls can be/do anything”.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes with art showing support for LGBTQ, animals, black lives matter, and woman's lives matter.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes containing works that support lover over hate, black lives, and animals.

Installation view of America Through Children’s Eyes showing every piece of the students art work.