Maps Event: Draw Your Own City!

Scene + Joana Cardoso are to host Draw Your Own City! – a free family map-making event as part of Get Creative – a year-long celebration of British arts, culture and creativity.

Draw Your Own City! is organised by Joana Cardoso as part of Scene’s May Maps exhibition, and will be on Saturday 9th May from 11-2pm at 70 Paul Street, EC2A 4NA.

This map drawing workshop is suitable for all age groups, and will be supported by artists Susannah Bradley and Cristina Antonelli. Drawing materials will be provided – you just need to bring yourself and your imagination! Please sign up for a space at this Eventbrite link.

Members of the public can keep up to date with Draw Your Own City! by following @scenezinetweet on social media sites or checking back at Scene-zine.


Get Creative is a campaign led by the BBC and What Next? in partnership with a huge range of arts, cultural and voluntary organisations across the UK. It is a major celebration of the arts, the culture and the creativity that flourishes up and down this country and is enjoyed by millions.

The campaign is a celebration of the world-class arts, culture and creativity across the UK and sets out to encourage a broad audience to engage more meaningfully with the arts.

Get Creative, led by the BBC and What Next? came about as a result of the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value and collaboration with Voluntary Arts, Culture at King’s, 64 Million Artists, Fun Palaces, Cultural Learning Alliance and Arts Council England.