Sharpen your pencils and get out your textas, it’s Big Draw time! The
Big Draw is back in Yarra Ranges for another year, with drawing activities and
events happening across the region this month.
The Big Draw is an international celebration of drawing that attracts
the participation of over 280,000 people across the globe. This year’s
theme, It’s our World, invites participants to celebrate their local environment through drawing. In
October residents and visitors will be encouraged to contribute to a mass
postcard art project by creating and sharing a drawing of what they love about this
place on a Wish you were Here postcard.
Postcards will be available at Community Links, Cultural Venues including Burrinja,
Maternal Child Health Centres, Libraries, Bendigo Bank Branches, Cafes and
local businesses. Pop up drawing stations will also appear in Cultural Venues
across the region.
Completed postcards can be returned online, via mail (reply paid in
Australia), or in person at a community link or cultural venue. Postcards will
then be displayed in an online gallery.
|Here's Shelley Krycer with her contribution to the |
Melbourne Water Platypus Awareness week
earlier this year - Platypus Drain.
At the end of the month local artist Shelley Krycer will transform the
postcards into site specific artworks to be exhibited in multiple locations in
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