Postponement

postponement

Due the uncertainty that the current pandemic has caused, we will be unable to schedule the Sketching in Practice Symposium, at the planned time of May 09, 2020. We are working with presenters and our wonderful hosts at ECUAD to reschedule forthe next available time. We thank the dedicated board members, and passionate presenters whom have already contributed their time and energy in this years planning, and will work hard to make sure it does not go to waste.

Wishing all the best of health, and safe and sketchy times, and we look forward to being in touch with you very soon.

SKiP – PRESS KIT and announcements

Here we go! Our press kit and announcements ready to share.

Event: Sketching in Practice Symposium 2020 
Date: May 9th, 2020
Location: Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Website: sketchpractice.ca
Cost: $50.00 Accessible rate opportunities
Call for proposals: Now open until April 4th
Registration: Opens March 24th

Summary – The Sketching in Practice Symposium (SKiP) brings together people that think, ideate and communicate through drawing. This year, we are highlighting the voices of BIPOC practitioners. We are particularly interested in learning about Indigenous ways of thinking and knowing. SKiP encourages proposals from fields such as education, dance, design, visual art, anthropology, science, architecture, geography, virtual reality, literature, graphic recording, film making, among others that explore sketching as a transformative practice.

We are excited to share our four part keynote series. Stay tuned for announcements in the coming days.


Press Documents

Here are few documents that can be downloaded to share by email, print, or by sharing this post.

Color printable (PDF)

Text only one page (PDF)

SKiP Header image (PNG)

Opening the Call for Proposals

This signals a beginning. Our call for proposals in now open, and ready for your consideration.

“We invite speakers from a diversity of fields such as education, design, visual art, anthropology, architecture, dance, geography, virtual reality, literature, graphic facilitation, film making, and others, to propose sessions that explore a range of questions.”

The SKiP team

Check them out on our proposals page!

We are hoping to attract a diverse range of interactive workshops, presentations discussions and performances this year, as we “think through drawing”. We will keep our call open as long as possible.

Coming up next week, we will begin to announce our keynote speakers so stay tuned!

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