If you've ever said "I can't draw" come to Doodle-le-do so we can prove you wrong. All of us spent time in our youth with a crayon in hand without a care for opinions, just enjoying the practice of drawing. Rediscover that childhood enjoyment with a friendly group good music, wine and nibbles.
What you get with your ticket
- Drinks and nibbles
- Use of paper, pens, markers during the session... all the doodling tools you need
- Music to doodle to
- The chance to meet and mingle with like-minded folk (maximum 20 attendees)
Mission and Founder
The idea was born from the mission to get people to doodle more and network differently. Natalia Talkowska, founder and chief storyteller at UK based creative agency Natalka Design. They're all about giving businesses more personality, playing with visual communication, refreshing consulting and livening up events, meetings and brands. For more, contact email@example.com.
This event would not be possible without our generous partners.
Our venue partner Queens Collective is a startup coworking space based in the heart of Melbourne. They have povided an excellent space for us to doodle and network. Queens Collective is a community of innovators, creators, and passionate individuals.
Drinks partner General Assembly Melbourne ensure that you can have a drink in one hand while you doodle with the other. They have also offered 3 months free access to their digital learning platform for all attendess. General Assembly transforms thinkers into creators through education and opportunities in technology, business, and design.
Our stationery partner Moustache Stationery are offering a special treat for our July Doodle-le-do. All attendees will receive a 10% discount on a box of stationery goodies. How cool!
Some other things you need to know
Age requirement: This is an event for grown-ups, participants must be 18 years of age.
Preparation: No preparation required. Just bring yourself and your enthusiasm. If you want to bring drawing supplies that is cool, but we will have plenty available for you to use.
Transport/parking options: Queens Collective is in a central location with heaps of transport options...
- Car: Paid street parking is available on Queen Street.
- Tram: 11, 42, 48, 109, 112 stop nearby on Collins/Queen Streets; 35, 55, 70, 71, 75 stop nearby on Market/Flinders Streets.
- Train: Flinders Street Station is a 6 minute walk away according to Google.
Refunds: We are not offering refunds for this event. If for some reason you cannot make it you are more than welcome to give your to a friend so they may come in your place. Just update your registration details with their information.
When & Where
Community Manager by day, doodler by night Rebecca Jackson is a lapsed art student turned avid sketchnoter and part-time illustrator.
Doodle-le-do Melbourne is her passion project to help people rediscover their love of drawing.