Masks for Life Drawing

In accordance with DHHS guidelines (from 5pm on 31 December 2020) you must wear a fitted face mask when you are in public indoor spaces unless you have a lawful reason not to.

This includes when visiting places such as:

  • shopping centres, supermarkets, retail outlets and indoor markets
  • hospitals and aged care facilities
  • restaurants and cafes, except when you are eating or drinking
  • churches and places of worship
  • libraries
  • indoor recreational facilities and gyms
  • indoor workplaces.
  • Life drawing and life modelling classes held indoors fall under this guideline and we remind all participants that masks are mandatory, this includes for the model.

    Let’s all make sure we can keep doing the things we love by following current guidelines.

    Any feedback on sessions held in Melbourne can be send to us directly, via email

    Further information is available from the Victoria Government:

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    The Life Models' Society (LMS) is a collective of artists' models. We were formed in 1989 to provide a means for life models to get to know each other, and as a support group to standardise rates of pay and to improve our working conditions. Although we do not have the resources to act as a booking agency, we publish a list of available artists' models which is sent to all our subscribers, and updated several times a year.

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