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.”
Saturday, May 9, 2020. Sketching in Practice 2020 will host our full day symposium at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. As always, we are planning to gather practitioners from a broad range of disciplines, that think and emerge ideas through drawing.
This years we will explore sketching as a transformative practice. You can check details of the emerging program on our about page.
The call for proposals will be out early next week. We are putting together a fantastic line-up of speakers to guide and inspire our practice. Follow us on social media or sign up to the newsletter to get the latest updates.
We are proud to be partnering with Emily Carr University this year, in particular with the Aboriginal Gathering Place who have kindly offered to host our breakout sessions. The new Emily Carr campus is located in the heart of Vancouver, on unceded Coast Salish Territories; the traditional and ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish andTsleil-Waututh Nations.
The Aboriginal Gathering Place is …
A place to gather, reflect, practice, teach, and celebrate Aboriginal culture. The Aboriginal Gathering Place hosts students, contemporary artists, and informs curriculum and community
We will be taking this opportunity to extend our invitation to local indigenous artists, students and educators, in both our call for proposals and selected presenters. The SKiP family will be reflecting and practicing together.