Ladies get your sketch-pads because the Museum of Contemporary Art is offering up a serve of culture with a side of raunch.

For the second year running now, as part of the gallery’s summer education series, the MCA will offer people a chance to get involved with Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-art school. Started in Brooklyn, the now international movement encourages everyone to get involved with art through innovative life drawing sessions.

For this year’s event, some of Sydney’s leading burlesque stars, including Rachel St James, will take over the MCA’s art deco Foundation Hall, transforming it into a bordello come art school, with each girl striking a range of poses to be captured.

info: Dr. Sketchy’s Burlesque life drawing classes, Friday January 16 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Tickets: $15- $20. Bookings and info: 9245 2484 or email education@mca.com.au.
Cabaret meets art at the MCA.

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