The Big Draw - The world's largest drawing festival

by Larissa Gill September 28, 2018 1 min read

The Big Draw - The world's largest drawing festival


Get involved with The Big Draw, formerly The Campaign for Drawing, a UK registered charity that promotes drawing and visual literacy. Founded in 2000 by the Guild of St George and supported by famous patrons such as Quentin Blake and David Hockney.

Each year 
The Big Draw Festival takes place from 1 - 31 October,it began in the UK and now events take place worldwide, last year there were events across 26 countries who scribbled away all month.

Go on, find an event near you held at galleries, museums, libraries or schools, join in larger community drawing events in your area. If you are passionate about drawing, or want to try something new, grab your a HB pencil and participate. It's about being creative and giving it a chance. Anyone can be part of the international Big Draw Festival 2018!

Tag your Play themed drawings online @The_Big_Draw on Twitter and #TheBigDraw on Instagram.

Larissa Gill
Larissa Gill


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