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LSF 2017 – PORTALS FOR ILLUSTRATION
4 Days,

Date: 21 – 24 . September . 2017
Venue: The Archivist, N1 5ET

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About

Highlighting Art Traditionally and Digitally.

LSF is a live experience showcasing local and international projects from creative individuals, platforms and brands. We create the ideal showcasing environment and invite creatives from a variety of backgrounds to bring their ideas to life. Showcasing art, design, sound and moving image.

Creative Futures:
A series of talks+workshops for gradutes and freelancers interested in learning about imperative steps to progress in the industry. The workshop covers, building a personal brand and portfolio, art+business, building a collaborative community and the future of freelancing.

Highlighting Art Traditionally and Digitally.

LSF is a live experience showcasing local and international projects from creative individuals, platforms and brands. We create the ideal showcasing environment and invite creatives from a variety of backgrounds to bring their ideas to life. Showcasing art, design, sound and moving image.

Creative Futures:
A series of talks+workshops for gradutes and freelancers interested in learning about imperative steps to progress in the industry. The workshop covers, building a personal brand and portfolio, art+business, building a collaborative community and the future of freelancing.

We provide a platform for emerging creatives worldwide to showcase their projects and personal identities. Carefully communicating a worldly connectivity and narrative with clarity.

For students we are a launching pad into the world of freelancing. Introducing new ideas, opportunities and solutions through workshops.

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About
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Programme
Portals For Illustration

Our exhibition is a portal for creatives worldwide to showcase their ideas during London Design Week. The format allows artists to share content in a original and dynamic way, it facilitates the tools to illustrate a high level of professional connection between artists and audience, and in general, creates an innovative experience. Visuals selected from open submission will be curated into an immersive exhibition, which allows our space to change every minute.

100% Locally Sourced Products

LSF encourages local enterprises and freelancers to develop products for trade in our curated marketplace. Our fair will showcase and sell 100% locally sourced products to a curious audience of Londoners and tourist. The fair emulates the image and character of East London. New products, new materials, new knowledge, and new trends will be on showcase at this year’s fair in an inspiring and informative way.

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Drawing Blind – Wax & Ink Technique (Book Tickets)
Continuous Line (Book Tickets)
Installation

To symbolize the values of our interactive life drawing workshop. We are curating an exhibition showcasing all drawings created at previous events. These drawings will be showcased to appear interconnected, existing together in a space as one. 300+ portraits created from people meeting and connecting with each other.

Date: 21-30 September
Time: Mon – Fri (8am to 6pm)
Sat & Sun (10am to 5pm)

404 Kingsland Road, Dalston, E8 4AA

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Tickets
(September 21)
Day Two – Standard Ticket
(September 22)
Day Two – Standard Ticket
(September 23)
Day Three – Standard Ticket
(September 24)
Day Four – Standard Ticket

Venue

The Archivist
2-10 Hertford Road
London, N1 5ET

Transport

Train: Overground to Haggerston Station
Buses: 149, 242, 67, 243

Cafe & Restaurant

Proud East – Right Next to Us
Arepa & Co – Directions
TripSpace –  Directions

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Workshops

Expert hosted workshops give people a chance to pick up career skills and dive into new disciplines. Our community events combine drawing and socialising in specially curated environments, for people to engage one another while exploring and challenging their own artistic abilities. Our events create a sense of commonality amongst people by offering a structured yet accommodating format, one that is aimed at everybody, regardless of their skill level or experience.

LSF encourages local enterprises and freelancers to develop products for trade in our curated marketplace. Our fair will showcase and sell 100% locally sourced products to a curious audience of Londoners and tourist. The fair emulates the image and character of East London. New products, new materials, new knowledge, and new trends will be on showcase at this year’s fair in an inspiring and informative way.

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Art & Design Fair
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Festival Programme
Portals For Illustration

Our exhibition is a portal for creatives worldwide to showcase their ideas during London Design Week. The format allows artists to share content in a original and dynamic way, it facilitates the tools to illustrate a high level of professional connection between artists and audience, and in general, creates an innovative experience. Visuals selected from open submission will be curated into an immersive exhibition, which allows our space to change every minute.

100% Locally Sourced Products

LSF encourages local enterprises and freelancers to develop products for trade in our curated marketplace. Our fair will showcase and sell 100% locally sourced products to a curious audience of Londoners and tourist. The fair emulates the image and character of East London. New products, new materials, new knowledge, and new trends will be on showcase at this year’s fair in an inspiring and informative way.

Day 1 - Illustration

21 September | 10am – 6:30pm

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Day 2 - Concept Art

22 September | 10am – 6:30pm

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Day 3 - Moving Image

23 September | 10am – 6:30pm

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Day 4 - Architecture

24 Sep | 10am – 6:30pm

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Drawing Blind - Wax & Ink Technique

22 Sept | 7:30pm – 9:00pm

This is a expressive drawing technique that enables participants to free form structural and anatomical accuracy, focusing on gesture, line quality and tonal ranges. The workshop includes drawing from memory which improves your perceptive skills.
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Continuous Line

TBC

This workshop is an expressive drawing exercise that focuses on gesture and proportions. Participants are asked to make a drawing without removing the pen from the paper for the extent of the models poses. This helps make connections between different parts of the anatomy focusing on structure and the outline of the figure.

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Charcoal on Toned Paper

23 Sept | 7:30pm – 9:00pm

This workshop involves using toned paper as a mid-tone and background for figurative drawings. Using the eraser as a drawing tool, the exercise helps strength your tonal understanding by getting Participants to rationalise the range of tones they see into three simple areas; highlights, mid-tones and shadows. The exercise help you grasp the sense of light falling on a object and refines your structure and accuracy when drawing from life.
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Shadow Studies

24 Sept | 7:30pm – 9:00pm

This workshop involves looking carefully at the shadows cast by light on the subject. This exercise helps you learn to rationalise elements of the human form into shapes. Participants learn to draw shadow shapes to better describe a 3-dimensional object. You will also be taught key accents in the figure that are markers to help you improve proportions and scale.
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Interconnected Existence (Installation & Exhibition)

To symbolize the values of our interactive life drawing workshop. We are curating an exhibition showcasing all drawings created at previous events. These drawings will be showcased to appear interconnected, existing together in a space as one. 300+ portraits created from people meeting and connecting with each other.

Date: 21-30 September
Time: Mon – Fri (8am to 6pm)
Sat & Sun (10am to 5pm)
Visit Exhibition

404 Kingsland Road, Dalston, E8 4AA

Schedule coming soon

Interactive Life Drawing

An interactive life drawing experience. Combining drawing and socialising in specially curated environments, S-A-D is an opportunity for people to engage one another while exploring and challenging their own artistic abilities.

Drink & Draw in Darkness

Exact Moment in Time

This social exhibition and drawing experience explores how objects can connect people. In this case we are using a fridge, one of the most vital objects in a family home. Using the fridge and filling it with food, drink and materials for people to use, make things together and share a moment in time interacting.

Drawing Jam

Interactive Life Drawing for parents and children to spend time together exploring a curated room with fun and interesting ways of sketching. We’ll also have little things they can put together and take away. Like t-shirts+totes with fabric paint.

Creative Features

Creative futures is a workshop for students interested in freelancing to learn about imperative steps in following this path with success. The workshop covers, building a personal brand and portfolio, art+business, building a collaborative community and the future of freelancing.

Schedule coming soon
Tickets
(September 22)
Day Two – Standard Ticket
(September 23)
Day Three – Standard Ticket
(September 24)
Day Four – Standard Ticket

Venue

The Archivist
2-10 Hertford Road
London, N1 5ET

Transport

Train: Overground to Haggerston Station
Buses: 149, 242, 67, 243

Cafe & Restaurant

Proud East – Right Next to Us
Arepa & Co – Directions
TripSpace –  Directions

©Photograph Chris Dorley-Brown from “The Corners” project.
Photograph by Céline (celine.n1)
Photograph by Marjolein Van De Ven (leininlondon)
Photograph by Maura Brickell
Partners
info@londonsketchbookfestival.com