About this SegmentScenographia
The University of Notre Dame School of Architecture hosted a live-drawing marathon. Architecture students spent two days hand drawing large murals of South Bend as it was in 1920. The not-for-profit Scenographia presented the event to celebrate the city and preserve the dying art of hand drawing in architecture. The public was invited to watch the creation of the murals over two days.
For additional information:
- Matt McNicholasCo-FounderScenographiaScenographiamatthew@scenographia.art
- Adrian TaylorCo-FounderScenographiahttps://email@example.com
- Jennifer FrantikMedia DirectorScenographiahttps://firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eric KerkeGraduate StudentUniversity of Notre Dame School of ArchitectureUniversity of Notre Dame School of Architecture
- Nicole LarkinStudentUniversity of Notre Dame School of Architecturehttps://architecture.nd.edu/
- Andrew SeagoStudentUniversity of Notre Dame School of Architecturehttps://architecture.nd.edu/
- University of Notre Dame School of Architecture
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- Manual Drafting Techniques
City: South Bend, IN