Sketch-In at Busselton Library a chance to share stories of WA youth

Therese Colman and Penny Crowley from Busselton Library with the blank sketchbooks and decorative materials.

Therese Colman and Penny Crowley from Busselton Library with the blank sketchbooks and decorative materials.

Busselton youth have the chance to get creative and participate in a state-wide exhibition. 

Busselton Library will host a Sketch-In workshop on Monday, March 11, from 4pm.

The event is part of The Sketchbook Project, a collaborative opportunity for WA youth to share their stories.

All completed sketchbooks are displayed in the State Library of Western Australia as part of the Youth Week WA KickstART Festival.

Busselton artist Alice Alder will be on hand at the library workshop to offer tips and guidance to get participants started.

Free sketchbooks can be collected from the Busselton or Dunsborough Libraries now or can be collected at the workshop.

The workshop is open to everyone aged 12 to 26 years.

Completed sketchbooks need to be returned to the library before March 20 to be displayed during the KickstART Festival

To book for the Sketch-In workshop, visit busseltonlibraries.com.au.