Can't draw? Love to draw? Make your way to London Bridge.
Join a top team of artists, architects, archaeologists and cartoonists to celebrate London's changing riverside and skylines.
Draw the future and revisit the past in a series of fun creative workshops for all ages.
Discover 8000 years of trading history. Follow Southwark's monuments trail â€“ from a cross-legged knight and alabaster Shakespeare to Mr and Mrs Everyman in Douglas Fir. Take your cues from ancient stonemasons' graffiti and the latest technology.
Activities for all ages and abilities, including:
Interpret the architecture, stained glass windows and mediaeval 'spitting' images. Add to a giant timeline of 8000 years of developments â€“ from Mesolithic to 21st century.
Potters Fields Park
Visit the Drawing Stall, where every completed drawing can be exchanged for one made earlier by artists or other visitors. Make mono prints at the PrintBike, a mobile studio created by The Drawing Shed.
The Scoop, More London
Illustrate the storyteller's elemental tale of fire, water, earth and skylines on a huge mural. Watch the famous annual Battle of the Cartoonists (3pm-5pm Saturday).
Old Guy's House, St Thomas Street, (Saturday only)
Explore the hospital's 400 AD origins, 18th century chapel, its courtyards, colonnades and roll call of heroes. Help design the future.
First make your viewfinder, and then Draw the Future.
Contribute to the Make Your Mark Visitors' Wall â€“ the possibilities are endless! Draw Silhouettes & Shadows on illuminated frames and fill the Window of Wonder with imagination and colour. (Saturday only)
Related website: www.campaignfordrawing.org/bigdraw