Sponsor Partners 2019

LEAD FESTIVAL SPONSOR-PARTNER 2019 for DRAWN TO LIFE: CARE UK

The Big Draw are thrilled to announce that the UK's largest independent provider of health and social care, Care UK, will host Big Draw Festival events in over 60 of their care homes across the UK this October as part of The Big Draw Festival 2019, this year themed: Drawn To Life: Creativity & Wellbeing. Find out more here.


Big Draw Festival Events run by our 2019 Sponsor-Partners

We would like to say a huge thank you to our 2019 Sponsor-Partners! For each partner, drawing and visual literacy plays a vital role within their organisations and The Big Draw Festival represents a key event in their calendar, a way of drawing their communities together and creating a memorable, truly accessible event. 

Take a look at some of the show-stopping events hosted by our Sponsor-Partners in 2019!  View all events here or sign up to our localised event mailer for Big Draw events in your area this autumn. Whilst the main Festival takes place in October worldwide, Big Draw events still take place throughout the year!

artsdepot, UK

Bletchley Park, UK | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by Bletchley Park

Care UK | See more on #DrawnToLife in Care UK homes around the UK!

City of Toronto Museum, Canada | Read their interview with The Big DrawView #DrawnToLife events hosted by City of Toronto

Cumbria Education Trust, UK

Doncaster Council Libraries and Culture, UK 

Guildford Borough Council, UK | Read their interview with The Big Draw | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by Guildford Borough Council

Haynes International Motor Museum, UK | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by Haynes International Motor Museum

Henry Moore Foundation, UK | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by the Henry Moore Foundation

Inspire: Culture, Learning and Libraries, UK | Read their interview with The Big DrawView #DrawnToLife events hosted by Inspire

Mispillion Art League-Delaware, USA | Read their interview with The Big DrawView #DrawnToLife events hosted by Mispillion Art League

Nail on the Wall Collective, Shanghai | Read their interview with The Big Draw

National Archives, UK | Take at look at the National Archives' #Drawn To Life events

National Gallery of Art Washington, USA

National Justice Museum, UK | Take a look at National Justice Museum's #DrawnToLife events

National Portrait Gallery, UK | See Big Draw events hosted National Portrait Gallery

Norfolk Museums Service, UK | Take a look at Big Draw events with Norfolk Museums

Nova Scotia Museum, Canada | Read their interview with The Big DrawView #DrawnToLife events hosted by Nova Scotia Museum

Open College of the Arts, UK

Royal Collection Trust, UK | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by Royal Collection Trust

Snite Museum of Art, USA | Read their interview with The Big DrawView #DrawnToLife events hosted by Snite Museum of Art

Soong Ching Ling Kindergarten, China

St Albans Museum + Gallery, UK

Stephen Perse Foundation, UK

St Pius X College, Magherafelt

The Big Draw Nijmegen, Netherlands | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by The Big Draw Nijmegen

The Courtauld Institute of Art, UK | Read their interview with The Big Draw

The Mercury Mall, UK | Read their interview with The Big Draw | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by The Mercury Mall

University of Hertfordshire, UK | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by University of Hertfordshire

University of Lincoln, UK

Walt Disney Family Museum, USA | View #DrawnToLife events hosted by Walt Disney Family Museum

York Museum Trust, UK


Sponsor Partners Press Stories


 

 'Binnenstad Nijmegen omgetoverd tot kunstatelier voor Big Draw: tekenen als bindmiddel' / ('Downtown Nijmegen transformed into an art studio for Big Draw: drawing as a binder')

The Big Draw Nijmegen 2019 featured in De Gelderlander Published: 8 September 2019 by Frank Hermans | Read Here 


 

City of Toronto's inaugural Big Draw Festival event featured on City News
Published: [August 9 2019, City News Toronto]

Mispillion Art League's Big Draw events featured in Delaware State News [March 30 2019, Andrew West, Delaware State News]