Drop-In Drawing Workshops at The Pavement Art Gallery, City of London

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Join Architectural Illustrator, Philip Buckingham, for a drop-in drawing workshop at The Pavement Art Gallery parklet, located in front of 1 St Martin Le Grand, City of London. Use your lunch break to learn different architectural drawing techniques while drawing directly on the York stone slabs. There will also be an opportunity to discover other local sites of architectural value as part of the workshop.

This event is free of charge but has a limited capacity. Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance via the following link.

The Pavement Art Gallery is a temporary parklet installation by Patrick McEvoy commissioned by City of London and London Festival of Architecture. Throughout London, York stone slabs form a canvas for pavement artists. These artists draw directly onto the pavement and their illustrations only exist for a short time. Presenting flagstones on a series of timber easels, The Pavement Art Gallery enables passers-by to create their very own pavement art using the chalk provided. The gallery was made with the help of EWM Bespoke Interiors, EWIPro, Marshalls Paving, Solid Geometry Structural Engineers, University of Westminster and Prewett Bizley Architects.


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