Cast your eyes over to the Sydney Opera House, which is set to transform itself into a life-drawing classroom for one night only. Yes, you read that correctly.
By now, you would have heard that John Bell’s incredible and acclaimed production of the Italian opera known as Tosca is on the return and to really turn things up, Opera Australia is offering something that’s never been done before.
Having teamed up with Darlinghurst Life Drawing, Opera Australia is opening its stage for the very first time to host a one-off art class. Basically, next Friday evening, a two-hour drawing class will take place on the absolutely stunning first act set of Tosca in the Joan Sutherland Theatre, which resembles Rome’s Sant’Andrea della Valle church.
Spaces are strictly limited, so head here to nab your spot.
What: Life Drawing Classroom
When: Friday 12 March, 7 - 9pm
Where: Jane Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House
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Image credit: Opera Australia