Program Type: 
Community Engagement
Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

Tue, Sep 4: Toulouse-Lautrec

September 04, 2012
Loading Dock

Overview

YBCA presents Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School San Francisco
Loading Dock
Regular : $12 in advance/ $15 at the door
YBCA members : $8 in advance/$10 door
YBCA:You : $4 in advance/ $5 at the door

Bring your sketchpad and charcoal pencils and come drink-and-draw with us! YBCA is delighted to be hosting Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School drawing workshops.

Since 2005, Dr. Sketchy's has been the name in alternative drawing. From illegal flashmobs to the Museum of Modern Art, Dr. Sketchy's has brought artists a rule-breaking cocktail of dames, drinking and drawing. Dr. Sketchy's branches draw in over a hundred cities around the globe, from Akron to Zagreb. Whether you're an artstar or a scribbling newbie, Dr. Sketchy's is the perfect place to get your fill of life-drawing.

Please enter at our main entrance at 701 Mission St. @3rd for the Dr. Sketchy’s workshop. Purchase or pick up your advance-purchase ticket at the Box Office, then follow the signs to the Loading Dock, where the workshop will be held.

NOTE: You must bring your own artmaking materials! Seating is limited, so arrive early to grab a good seat. Also, dress warmly! The workshop will be held in our fabulous Loading Dock, so it may be drafty.

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  • September — Toulouse-Lautrec
    Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm – 8:00pm
    Loading Dock

    Bring your sketchpad and charcoal pencils and come drink-and-draw with us! On Tuesday, September 4th, you and your fellow sketchers will draw models inspired by the works of French post-Impressionist Toulouse-Lautrec! As always, cash bar provided.

YBCA's programs are made possible in part by:
Abundance Foundation
Adobe
Koret Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Lam Research

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is grateful to the City of San Francisco for its ongoing support.

Community Engagement and Youth Education Programs are made possible in part by:
The Bernard Osher Foundation, The Sato Foundation, Wells Fargo Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Panta Rhea Foundation, The Kimball Foundation, U.S. Bank, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Members of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Special Innovation Projects in 12-13 supported, in part, by generous grants from:
Association of Performing Arts Presenters and MetLife Foundation All-In: Re-imagining Community Participation Program, and EmcArts��� Innovation Lab for Museums in partnership with AAM���s Center for the Future of Museums and MetLife Foundation