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Carnegie Int’l
57th ed., 2018

Carnegie Museum of Art
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Tam O’ Shanter Drawing Session: Detection

01 Dec 2016

[No. 7] Arrow-Stick-Sparrow-Cat: Drawing from Witold Gombrowicz’s Cosmos

Conducted by Magalí Arriola, independent curator, Mexico City, and Carnegie Int’l Companion at undisclosed sites in Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Participants listening to presenter with a projected image of a street scene behind her.

Boy seated on stool drawing a taxidermied fox from a display of mammals of Pennsylvania.

Man drawing taxidermied diorama behind glass of vultures surrounding an elk shot with an arrow.

Boy drawing taxidermied diorama of two bear cubs ripping apart a salmon.

Standing woman draws surrounded by panoramic diorama large African mammals.

Participants listen to Herpetologist, Jose Padial, in Alcohol House.

Boy looking into shelf with many speciman jars of lizards.

Man surrounded by shelves loaded with specimen jars filled with snakes.

Woman observes specimen jars filled with lizards.

Clipboard with paper entitled “clues”.

Multiple drawings of birds and mammals spread out on a table.

Three drawings entitled “The City”, “The Forest”, and “Three Hangings”.