Art Events at The Drawing Board
The Drawing Board sponsors art projects in the community and here at our shop in Downtown Corvallis. Our aim is to get folks to try making art, and to connect with other creative people.
ART PARTIES • STUDIO/DISPLAY SPACE FOR RENT
Art On Display
The Art of Jennifer Lommers
Jennifer Lommers is a Corvallis-based painter with a bold, bright and happy style. (see: artist's website and etsy). She now works out of her studio inside The Drawing Board, and has her art on display in the back room.
Open studio hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:00am - 2:00pm
Drop-in! Take an art break.
Every Monday afternoon, we step away from the computer and do some drawing. We invite everyone to join in and use the materials we have out to work on their own projects. Let's make some art! No talent necessary.
Suggested Donation: $3 (unless posted otherwise). Supplies Provided
Mondays: 4:30pm – 6:00pm, at The Drawing Board
Art Parties (Creative things-to-do)
Drop-in Paint Party!
Big and small communal canvases, abstract painting... so you can try it! Right here in the front of the art shop. Everybody paints! No talent necessary.
$3 or FREE with canvas purchase. Supplies provided.
NEXT: To Be Announced...
Drink & Draw! Now at Cloud & Kelly's
The Drawing Board sponsors this public art event to encourage folks to draw and mingle. No talent necessary.
NEXT: To Be Announced
at Cloud and Kelly's Public House (126 SW 1st St. / Corvallis, OR)
Check out this sweet video documentation/promo video of a Drink & Draw from Fall 2012, by Two Crows Records.
Want more? See our Live Calendar
Rent The Drawing Board
Starting in 2014, The Drawing Board will rent out its storefront space and showroom window. This is a high-exposure setting in Downtown Corallis (on the corner with Starbucks) with lots of big windows and wall space. Please call for details: 541.224.3797.
Betty Turbo Week!
This past June, local artist Betty Turbo took over The Drawing Board for a full week of workshops, art projects, and artistic hi-jinks.
There was also the Awesome Tiny Art Show! It was fantastic and adorable. Check out this article in the local newspaper.