Want to meet up at the Vancouver Public Library?
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I'd like to throw out feelers for number of people and what you're interested in.

We can have a meet and greet, and I'd like to volunteer myself as a model. We can look at sketchbooks, take photos, talk art supplies, etc.

If the number is under ten we can get a small meeting room for free if we register. If it's larger than ten, I need to talk to the staff about reserving a larger space.

Is there anything you wnat to do at a meetup? Have a raffle / door prize? Art challenges / trades?

Let me know!

EDIT: Ok, so I went to the library and I looked into how to reserve a room. Someone has to go in the morning and reserve a room in person that day. No phone calls, no over-night reservations. I don't know if I can accomplish this, because my classes start at 10:00 and the library opens at 10:00. We may be meeting in the lobby, but that's easier to find than a private upstairs room.
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Riemea's avatar
Riemea|Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds like an awesome idea. If you're doing this sometime in October or later than that I'd definitely come if my schedule allows it. :)
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chaansan|Hobbyist General Artist
I'm in Richmond but... I think I'd be too shy to do come >_>"""""" 
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RobynRose's avatar
Well, As I develop this idea, I really hope to make a space that is inclusive for shy and awkward people to feel welcome. No elitism or too much socialising!
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chaansan|Hobbyist General Artist
If it happens, I'll try (:
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Kyouheikutie|Student General Artist
I think doing a meet up would be really cool and I totally live in the Vancouver area, holy crap I'm in the right place for once.
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thelastmaze|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I didn't know you lived in Vancouver! That would be nice. I'll definitely come if I'm not at school that day.
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Kairillia|Student Artisan Crafter
I didn't realize you were local!
I'll certainly try to make time when a date is arranged :)
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JujuFei's avatar
This is so cool. I love your work and didn't know you lived in Vancouver! I'd love to drop by, and get some drawing time in, but I might be busy the entire day :(

Edit: oops, then I realize a date hasn't been pinpointed yet. Haha.
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kekuha's avatar
That's an awesome idea! I'd like to meet more artists around here, and doing a sketch jam sounds like fun.
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Elvarnya|Student General Artist
I might be able to come work and school permitting, I live on Vancounver Island.
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mamasio|Hobbyist General Artist
I'm down... I work in Gas town until 3:30 everyday, so it works for me!  I'm totally missing my sketch-groups from montreal.
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supermonkey2121's avatar
Vancouver bc or usa?
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British Columbia.
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ninemafia's avatar
I live in Seattle, and would totally make the drive up there for a weekend to jam with some fellow artists! 
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tigerribs|Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is such a sweet idea, wish I lived in the Van area!
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