The world’s largest drawing festival is coming to the City’s Toronto History Museums on September 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The free all-ages event invites everyone who loves to draw to make a mark on their city by creating artworks using paints, pencils and crayons, and participating in a collaborative art project.
The event will take place at all 10 of the City’s museums: Colborne Lodge, Fort York National Historic Site, Gibson House Museum, Mackenzie House, Market Gallery, Montgomery’s Inn, Scarborough Museum, Spadina Museum, Todmorden Mills and Zion Schoolhouse.
The Big Draw Festival has attracted more than four million people worldwide to get out and draw. This year’s theme, Drawn To Life: Creativity and Wellbeing, encourages conversations around the pivotal role of creativity on one’s health and wellness.