June 7th is World Drawing Day! This is the perfect opportunity for our Sketch Crawl to be part of a larger event. If you attend the Sketch Crawl, or even if you do not attend the Sketch Crawl...upload your sketches to be part of this initiative.
Locally, we are also working on an archiving project with the Cleveland Public Library. It is part of a project called Downtown Through the Public Eye. When you attend the Sketch Crawl...be sure to scan your drawings and then email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. All Sketches will be archived at the Library's Downtown Branch. Once the archive grows to a certain size, the images will be part of a larger exhibit! This is an amazing project to be a part of and I hope you'll join in our effort!
Friday, May 30, 2008
Hey everybody - the June Sketch Crawl is quickly approaching. Saturday, June 7th at 10am we'll be leaving from The Arcade (Between Euclid and Superior) and head towards the Gateway Sports complex.
We'll sketch our way past The "Q" and Progressive Field, and then head over to the Erie Street Cemetery across the street from Progressive Field. The cemetery houses some of the city's oldest graves and while it is in the center of the city...it isn't a well visited site. There are tons of great perspectives to draw there. After we are done sketching, we'll stroll on over to Bricco, the new restaurant in Playhouse Square for a bite to eat, so bring your money and spend some time afterwards sharing your drawings and getting to know fellow artists! http://www.briccocleveland.com/