Draw Derby is a free untutored bring your own materials Drawing session organised by Karen Logan, in a special event presented in partnership with Derby Museums, come and meet likeminded others and DRAW!
Bring a curious, playful attitude, no judgement, no experience needed and all levels of experience welcome. Drawing requires in-depth looking, looking is an act of attention and taking time to draw the city is an act of love.
How does it work?
Please bring something to draw with and something to draw on. There are no rules about materials – use what you like. No materials provided.
We all draw. This is not a tutored event. You draw what you see, in your own way.
After two hours we will share drawings and exchange supportive feedback.
What will we draw?
Pickford’s House will provide our inspiration, you will draw what is around you and are free to focus on a particular inspiration – people, buildings, nature.
What do I need to do?
Choose what to bring and prepare sketching materials.
Check the forecast and dress appropriately.
FREE – Give What You Think
Places are limited. Booking is essential.
Suitable for adults.
Image © Karen Logan.
Presented as pat of the Georgian Derbyshire Festival.
DERBYSHIRE in the Georgian Era was a place of wonder, of surprises and innovations – a place which attracted the attention of the rich and provided better homes for workers.
In the valley of the River Derwent, water was put to work to power the world’s first factories. Further north, the stark, beautiful landscapes of the Peak District and health-giving waters brought the county’s first tourists to Buxton and Matlock Bath.
To celebrate this fascinating era, the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Partnership and the Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust are working together to provide three days of public events and activities to raise the profile of Derbyshire’s contribution to world history at that time.
Learn more about the Georgian Derbyshire Festival