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Morning Doodles (Interactive Exhibit)
April 22, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Morning Doodles is a series of communal doodle sessions hosted at CHIPRC inspired by local artist Logan Kruidenier.
Logan shares his practice of making quick drawings on post-it notes every morning to begin his day. Over the years, this practice has become an essential part of his daily routine, helping generate a plethora of ideas and compositions not otherwise considered.
He welcomes others to share in this practice via doodle sessions, providing a chance for individuals of all ages and artistic skill levels to meet, create and have their work archived and presented to the public.
There will be a mass amount of post-its, as well as other doodle-related material provided during each session. As participants create their art, they will be invited to install it on the wall for a grand Post-It Art Wall. The accumulation of art and doodles will stay on the wall thru Sunday May 7th.
Participants will also have the chance to have their creations documented and featured in a collaborative Doodle Zine, which will be printed on CHIPRC’s Risograph then released during the closing reception.
Donations appreciated at any session helping support the exhibit at CHIPRC.
Morning Doodle Dates:
4/22, 11am-3pm: Opening Doodle Jam!
During the opening doodle jam I will be giving an optional workshop, which will cover different drawing processes, motivational techniques and idea generation. Coffee and snacks will also be provided.
4/29, 8pm : Drink N Doodle !
CHIPRC’s Drink N Draw will double as a Doodle Draw allowing you to take part in the exhibit. BYOB
4/23 & 4/30, 12-5pm: Open Doodle sessions
During CHIPRC Open Hours, have yourself a doodle session and add your ideas to post-it-doodle wall.
5/7, 12-5pm: Closing Reception
Morning Doodles will end with a closing reception, during which the Doodle Zine will be released and made available for purchase, and everyone may gaze in awe at the grand Post-it Wall.
CHIPRC will schedule a zine reading to cap off the exhibit (more info TBA).