It’s happening this Saturday.
What is a Sketchcrawl?
Sketchcrawl is a worldwide quarterly drawing meet-up that entices sketchers from all over the world to meet and and sketch their cities, and this happens on that day world-wide! See previous examples at http://www.sketchcrawl.com/
April 21st 2012 is the 35th Worldwide Sketchcrawl and it is happening in Brisbane!!!
Sketchers of all ages and abilities, are invited to participate in a planned circuit crawl where you, as part of a group of happy sketchers, will be making fantastic images of Brisbane via the River, with sketchbooks and pen, pencil, charcoal, paint, and even i-pads!
We invite illustrators, designers, animators, architects and artists to join us.
The plan is to “crawl” from QUT, Goodwill Bridge, Southbank, Brisbane Square
Participation is FREE, and participants can do part or all of the circuit, whatever suits their needs and time constraints on the day.
Bring art materials and water, hat, and sun-screen. Bring your lunch or buy something at cafes close by.
This is a fun event and everybody is welcome, including children, partners and spouses and friends, and whether you’re an old hand or just want to try something new and creatively satisfying. It is also a chance to activate and observe our important urban public spaces.
We are also exploring where we can have a popup gallery of the day’s drawings.
For updated information on the Brisbane Sketchcrawl event go to our Facebook page: