Call for Sketchers, Plein Air Painters, and Artists of All Stripes

Friday, September 2, 2016

Artists, we all love our studios.

They're the perfect place to roll up our sleeves and get some work done but, let's face it, they can be a bit lonely too.

So, why not spend a day out of your studio making art with other artists, interacting with the community, and trying out some new mediums?

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council will be hosting the 4th Annual Sketchcrawl at the Lake Forest Park Town Center on Sunday, October 2 from 12pm – 2pm, and they want YOU to take pART!

What exactly is a Sketchcrawl?

The basic idea is to get artists out of the studio and into the public sphere where you can create while engaging the public. You can come sketch what you see: shoppers in The Gallery at Town Center and the Farmer’s Market, people browsing in the bookstore, friends having a meal in The Commons, and kids making art at the Experimentation Station.

By sketching out in public, artists are able to talk about their craft, answer questions, and give instructions to budding artists. The community gets the chance to watch art-in-action, engage with the making process, and discover talented artists that they never knew before.

Interested in joining Sketchcrawl as an Official Sketcher?

Register online through the Arts Council’s website, then check-in at 11:45am on October 2 at Third Place Commons. Plus, the first 10 sketchers to sign up will receive a free event t-shirt!

Sketchcrawl is sponsored by the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council and all artists are welcome.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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