Urban Sketchers London is teaming up with the Campaign for Drawing — the organisers of The Big Draw — for a sketchcrawl at Trinity Buoy Wharf in the East End on Sunday 16 November from 12noon to 4pm. It's free. Just bring your own drawing materials and be ready for whatever the weather has in store.
It's a great venue for drawing a slice of docklands history and the location of London's last remaining lighthouse.
We'll meet by The Electrician's Shop Gallery, Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London, E14 0JY. There's information about the venue and the Draw Britain Now event at the Big Draw's event page and the Trinity Buoy Wharf website. You can find travel advice here.
There are other drawing related events continuing at the gallery under the Recording Britain Now banner, organised by the Campaign for Drawing in collaboration with Trinity Buoy Wharf and the Guild of St George. The John Ruskin Prize exhibition of drawings, paintings, prints and textiles runs from 13 to 30 November.
Looking forward to seeing you there!