Night of 1000 Drawings

Thu Nov 16, 18:30 - Thu Nov 16, 23:00
Joziburg Lane


Make a Night of It!
Roll up and get your tickets right here for South Africa's biggest, one night only, inner-city art exhibition and sale to raise funds for child education.
Buyers will be spoilt for choice with doodles, scribbles, graffiti, sketches, watercolour and oil paintings, experimental and conceptual works, all on sale and going for a song. At R100 a piece, you could get your hands on a one-of-a-kind, original work by tomorrow’s big stars, or something beautiful to make you smile.
But wait, there’s more. Food trucks with delicious delights. Couture coffee. Craft beer and a full cash bar for those with, er, stronger tastes. Live bands, DJs as well as performance art. Bring your kiddies too – everyone is welcome.
Things You Need to Know on the Night
Doors Open at 18h00

Artwork goes on sale at 19h30/19h45
You can only collect your artwork at 20h45 with the assistance of the volunteers
 A5 Instructions
Step 1: Buy Ticket (R100)
Step 2: Buy Envelope with stickers (R100 = 1 A5)
Step 3: Walkthrough entrance to view artwork @ 18h00 – 19h30
Step 4: Select artwork and place your sticker @ 19h30/19h45
Step 5: Collect your artwork @ 20h45
Step 6: Enjoy
There is parking on the street at Hangout Jozi, but we recommend taking an Uber if you can. 
More about the 1000 Drawings Campaign
1000 Drawings is an empowerment project that culminates in a one-night-only, massive inner-city art sale to raise funds for a deserving cause – the Night of a 1000 Drawings.
This year we're hoping to double our earnings and any additional money will also be donated to an additional worthy charity.
For more information visit:
1000 Drawings Website -
For regular event updates and your queries:
Night of 1000 Drawings Event Page -
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Additional information

Refund policy Refunds allowed (view policy)


Night of 1000 Drawings
Joziburg Lane
2 Eloff St, Salisbury Claims, Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa
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