The Big Draw season (1-31 October) is now a regular feature in UK cultural and educational calendars. It includes around 1,300 events which take place in all kinds of venues, from national institutions such as The British Museum to village halls, from nursery schools to universities, from Windsor Castle to local parks.
The aim is to show that drawing can be a positive collaborative activity as well as a private passion.
The Big Draw encourages wide-scale public participation in creative activities, engaging people of all ages with collections in museums and galleries, heritage environments and community-based drawing activities.
Drawing Inspiration Awards Every year, the Campaign for Drawing gives Drawing Inspiration Awards to the organisers of the most innovative events. Award winners are marked with a star. Move your mouse over the stars beside case study listings for more details.