L.A-based Iam8bit Studios is offering a special global presentation of The Sketchbook Project, a traveling art show featuring the work of artists from the around the world on the weekend of August 2-4. You can join Iam8bit and the Sketchbook Project on August 2 from 7 to 11 p.m., August 3 from 4 to 10 p.m., and August 4 from 12 to 6 p.m. for this visually arresting experience.
Co-founded by Steven Peterman and Shane Zucker, The Sketchbook Project allows anyone to become an artist and offers art from unusual sources to families across North America. The extensive mobile library of sketchbooks numbering 4,500 will feature sketches by artists from over 130 countries far and wide- including Kenya, China, and Haiti to name a few.
The Sketchbook Project traveling library, which resembles a taco truck that serves art instead of food, will be parked in the Iam8bit studio parking lot at 1106 Mohawk Avenue. The co-owners of Iam8bit, Jon Gibson and Amanda White, provide a comfortable reading area within Iam8bit where families can settle down with their chosen sketchbooks and take in the incredible art. For more info, visit www.iam8bit.com or visit the studios at 2147 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026.