END OF YEAR DISCO!!
Thursday, December 7 we say sayonara 2017 with disco fuelled drawing.. There’s gonna be a party y’all!
“a room full of friendly people, an appreciation for art, beautiful models, unreal costumes and a truck load of fun times.” Harxest Mag
The world’s original alternative drawing movement. Whether you’re an artstar or a scribbling newbie, Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School is the perfect place to get your fill of drawing fun.
Art brings people together, regardless of age, colour, gender or sexual orientation.
Melbourne’s underground performance scene is an amazing source of inspiration for artists and is the well from which we draw our models, inviting them to our community where we celebrate the fun often left behind as adults with creativity and drawing.
END OF YEAR DISCO!! Thursday, December 7 with The Super Vixens!
Earth movin, hip shaken’, bump n’ grindin’ devil dancers of the 60’s and 70s!
A troupe of women who aren’t just babes, they are smart, strong, creative, talented, independent women with the world at their feet. Not because they are knock outs (they are tho), but because of their dreams, their ideas and outlook on life!
These two ladies in the picture with me are these women to me, smart, caring, fun, creative, talented and I cant wait to see what they do in their lives in the years to come! (and yes
Spreading the message to any person with self doubt about their paths… KEEP STRONG AND KEEP CHIPPING AWAY! Most of all, DANCE!!
A better world is possible. Join THE SUPERVIXENS, a life filled with music, costumes and GO-GO!
Dr Sketchy welcomes artists and art hobbyists of all stripes attend, those who have drawn before and those who have never picked up a pencil. This is the perfect place to get your fill of drawing fun where performers of all types pose. This bringing together of scenes and crossing of boundaries is essential to what we do.
Dr. Sketchy has been a boon to the art scene since its inception, promoting creativity and community in every city that runs one.
Like Kurt Vonnegut said “practising an art, no matter how well or how badly is a way to make your soul grow”.