Drawing by hand is an intrinsic human desire. Through hand drawing, the individual is able to capture and preserve their environment, thereby producing a tangible understanding of their perception of the world around them. Here at Scenographia, we strive to emphasize the importance of the continued practice of hand drawing for individuals of all ages and contexts. Hand drawing is not limited to a certain group of people - all individuals have the capacity to achieve this human universal through dedication, practice, and diligence. Our marathon live-drawing events aim to inspire appreciation for the timeless skill of hand-drawing and the human capacity to create. By incorporating the artists and the audience into the scenography, Scenographia events act as both a performance and an exhibition that celebrates both the experiential and artistic nature of hand drawing. All proceeds from Scenographia events go towards scholarships for those interested in art, architecture, or other related fields.
Here at Scenographia, we’re passionate about the continued practice of hand drawing for individuals of all ages and contexts. Here are the initiatives that drive us:
Demonstrate hand drawing is a valuable skill that can be achieved by all through dedication, practice, and diligence.
Encourage the participation and support of performance art in varying contexts and applications.
Share research on the benefits of hand drawing and motivate the continued practice of the arts in an increasingly digital world.
Raise money to provide scholarships for those seeking an education in art, architecture, or other related fields.