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Friday, September 17, 2010

The SketchBook Project 2011

I finally decided to make the commitment to join The Sketchbook Project 2011.

What is the Sketchbook Project?
"It's like a concert tour but with sketchbooks."

Who are the organizers?

This project is organized and run by The Arthouse Co-op

Participants are asked to pay $25.00 at sign up, and they will be sent the official sketchbook that they are to complete in a chosen theme (themes to chose from are listed on the website).

The Sketchbook:  

Anyone - from anywhere in the world - can be a part of the project. Thousands of artist sign up to be a part of this project. What happens to the sketchbooks you finish and return to the organizer?

"Thousands of sketchbooks will be exhibited at galleries and museums as they make their way on tour across the country.

After the tour, all sketchbooks will enter into the permanent collection of The Brooklyn Art Library, where they will be barcoded and available for the public to view."


Sign up by: Oct. 31st, 2010

Postmark book by: January 15th, 2011

Tour starts: March, 2011

All books will be included in an exhibition that tours the following cities:

Brooklyn, NY Austin, TX San Francisco, CA Portland, ME Atlanta, GA Chicago, IL Washington, DC Winter Park, FL

All of this Info and more can be seen ON THEIR WEBSITE

Here is what I have in mine so far - The Theme I chose was: IN 5 MINUTES
just beginning and still need to add color and finish these sketches.

Front cover:

Title Page:

First two Page Spread:


Lee said...

WOW! It's a fun project with a schedule! You're off and running ;)
How many pages are there? You are gonna be famous!!!!
Too bad it's not going to stop closer to here so we could go see it in person.

angelself said...

I love your newest page with all the clocks, Marlene =) Can't wait to see more. Please keep posting pics at your blog so we can all watch the progress!

Joann said...

I signed up too! It should be fun!