Between February and June, Dublin Sketchers have got down and dirty with James Joyce. The Drawing on Joyce sketchbook project took inspiration from Ulysses – the stories, the characters, the rumour and humour. Dublin Sketchers have drawn in pubs, chemists and cafés. Parks, martello towers and cemeteries. The sketchbooks are a record of time and place, now and then. They reveal Dublin and Ulysses, one drawing at a time.
The sketch books will be exhibited in the James Joyce Cultural Centre at 35 North Great George's Street. The exhibition will be launched on Sunday 10th June at 4pm.
On Sunday 10th June from 2pm, Dublin Sketchers will be sketching around Eccles Street and St George's Church on Temple Street. Do join them - bring your own paper and pens/pencils, turn up, say hello to anyone who looks like a sketcher and get stuck in.