The Arts Council is proud to partner with Inktober, an international drawing challenge, to encourage positive art-making habits within our Princeton community.
Inktober is held virtually throughout the month of October, when, each day, anyone participating in the challenge creates an ink drawing and posts it to social media. A provided list of prompts guides artists of all skill levels to create a new drawing every day, and participants are welcomed and encouraged to interpret the inspiration as literally or imaginatively as they’d like.
To encourage our Princeton community of artists and art-lovers to explore the challenge, ACP teaching artist Barbara DiLorenzo will host free virtual drawing sessions on Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm, beginning September 27 and continuing weekly through November 1. You can log in from anywhere – just have your favorite art-making tools ready!
At the conclusion of the month, participants are invited to contribute one of their Inktober drawings to an exhibition to be shown at the Arts Council, opening this December.
Registration to participate in Inktober or our Draw-Alongs is not required, but helpful information, material suggestions, and tips and tricks can be found at inktober.com.
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