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Sketchcrawl

23.1.16 in Bern

Einen Tag lang skizzieren, was du siehst: Häuser, Kaffe, Menschen, ...

Mit andern zeichnenden Menschen unterwegs sein, skizzieren, und ab und zu schauen, was entstanden ist.

Jedes Niveau und Alter willkommen (Kinder mit ihren Eltern).

Man kann eine Stunde, länger oder den ganzen Tag dabeisein (ca 10.30 bis 16 Uhr).

JedeR nimmt sein Zeichenmaterial mit,  kein Kurs, keine Kritik, keine Kosten.

Bitte per Email oder Telefon anmelden. So machen wir auch Treffpunkt und Zeit ab.

 

Es ist einer der vierteljährlichen weltweiten Sketchcrawls, der 50.!


" ... The basic idea: to record nonstop everything I could around me with my pencil and watercolors. A drawn journal filled with details ranging from the all the coffee I drank to the different buses I took. After a whole day of drawing and walking around the city the name seemed quite fitting: “SketchCrawl” – a drawing marathon. The crawl was more tiring than I imagined but also more fun and exciting than I had thought. Giving yourself this kind of mandate for a full day changes the way you look around you. It makes you stop and see things just a tad longer, just a bit deeper … needless to say I loved it.

I soon figured out it was much more interesting to do the marathon with a group of artists instead of all by myself! And so SketchCrawl turned communal. After a whole day of drawing it proved to be amazingly interesting and inspiring to share and compare other people’s drawings and thoughts. Different takes on our surroundings, different details, different sensibilities.

The next step was making the SketchCrawl a World Wide event: having people from different corners of the world join in a day of sketching and journaling and then, thanks to the Internet, having everyone share the results on an online forum." Enrico Casarosa, auf http://www.sketchcrawl.com/