National sketchbook project tour coming to Wichita State
Sep 19, 2013 2:11 PM | Print
It's like a food truck, but with sketchbooks instead of tacos.
Crisscrossing the United States on its 2013 tour, The Sketchbook Project's Mobile Library will stop in Wichita Sept. 26-27 for two days of activities at Wichita State University, Wichita High School West and ShiftSpace, the student gallery for WSU's School of Art and Design.
Events at Wichita State include an artist talk with co-founder Steven Peterman and the opportunity to check out sketchbooks by artists from around the world, musing on the theme of "Capes, Masks and Tights."
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