Save the date for this year’s 24 Hour Draw-A-Thon at The Green Project! November 23rd, 2019 starting at 6:30am.
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Draw-A-Tron 3000 by Rontherin Ratliff
Leadbelly’s Doodle Shop and Deli with Ursa Eyer
Inkwell Bank with Thom Karamus
Re-draw a Forest with Ron Bechet
Splendiferous Scribble Scroll with Caesar Meadows
Whimsy Post with Laura Gipson
Digging Up the Past- Angela Driscoll
Wormhole to the Past (Blacklight Drawing Room) with MaPo Kinnord
Drawing Twin Trading Cards
Workshop Schedule with Times:
10am Terza Choir
10am- Diatom Doodles from the Dawn of Time with Astrid Kaemmerling of Fossil Free Fest
11am Flipbooks with Gurleen Rai
[11:30] Fri Tai serves lunch in Tchaulkitoulas Court (weather permitting)
Tchaulkitoulas Court open until 5pm
[12:00] Eva and Rose make Cameos
3:30 pm Screen Printing with Kiernan Dunn
5pm Stan Danley and the Flaming Flagettes and the Real Fake Lunar Landing 50 Year Anniversary
5:30pm-8pm – Free-style drawing
6pm- Dinner with Anna
6:45pm Murmations Choir
8pm Prime Time
10pm-12am- Figure Drawing with Drill Sergeant Gary Oaks
12:00am – 2am: Kourtney Keller Bob Snead will host Draw-a-oke
3am Luke the harpist
24 Hour Draw-a-Thon is a free, all ages arts extravaganza that happens annually in November beginning at 6:30 am on a Saturday morning and continuing until 6:30 am the next morning. Visitors can come and go at any time, draw on the walls and floor which are covered with paper and cardboard or participate in one of the many artist led workshops held throughout the day. Draw-a-Thon’s drawing-centered workshops are designed for participants of any skill level and include bookmaking, mailable art, recycled paper making, screen printing, interactive sculptures created from repurposed materials, a live figure drawing workshop, animation, drawing game shows, drawing karaoke, and the signature Draw-a-Tron 3000, a machine that can draw anything you want.
This year’s Draw-A-Thon is brought to you with the generous financial support of the Art4Moore Fund, The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, Louisiana Office of Cultural Development Division of the Arts, New Orleans City Council Cox Communications Community Grant Program, John Pope and the Pinckelope Foundation, The Bywater CDC, Arts Council of New Orleans, and contributions by amazing individuals just like you.