A National Architectural Sketching Competition

Following the success of last year's competition we are really pleased to bring back our #Time2sketch event. A national drawing competition open to all.

Thursday 24th Sept 2020 1.00 - 2.00pm
Location: Wherever you are!


Event Description:

Who’s the sharp sketcher in workplace?

Be quick off the mark with our Architectural Sketching Competition open to anyone in the construction built environment industry.

Entries will be judged by our talented team of judges. 

Prices:  Start from £7*

*This year, all proceeds will go towards supporting our Emergency Covid-19 Appeal, helping those in need within the architectural community. 

Some important and exciting information to be made aware of before participating…

· The theme will only be announced at midday on the day of the competition, so once you register, the theme will be sent to your registered e-mail address.

· A selection of the most impressive work as selected by the judges will be included in the #Time2Sketch Colouring Book.

· There will be prizes for the winners.

Required materials & tools:

Traditional Pencil and/or Ink Pen on paper only.

Suitable camera or scanner to upload your image. 

Digital work (i.e. drawn on an iPad or Photoshop) not allowed.

Thank you to our Judges:

  • Jane Duncan OBE
  • David Gilhooley 
  • Peter Muray 
  • Chris Williamson

Cancellation Policy:

Booked attendees will forfeit the full ticket price for non participation.

As this challenge is raising money for charity, ABS is not responsible for any reasons relating to non-participation, including, but not limited to, illness and travel disruptions. Late submissions will not be permitted. All proceeds will go towards funding the Architects Benevolent Society.

Please ensure your email and mobile phone number are correct at time of booking. Should your details change, please ensure you update your records with us (add contact details for key point of contact).

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