This month, join Wendy MacNaughton, celebrated artist and visual storyteller, as she brings DrawTogether Strangers to the National Gallery of Art in connection with the exhibition Dorothea Lange: Seeing People. DrawTogether Strangers is a global portrait project connecting strangers through the simple act of looking and drawing, two people at a time. Meet the artist and create a one-of-a-kind portrait full of surprises and discovery.
About Wendy MacNaughton
Wendy MacNaughton’s work is based in the practices of drawing, social work, and storytelling. As a visual columnist for The New York Times and California Sunday Magazine, Wendy drew stories everywhere from high school cafeterias to Guantanamo Bay. She has authored and drawn two books, How To Say Goodbye and Meanwhile in San Francisco, and illustrated many others, including the #1 New York Times bestseller Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat by Samin Nosrat and New York Times bestseller The Gutsy Girl by Caroline Paul. She is the Creator and Host of DrawTogether, a participatory drawing show for kids, and The Grown-Ups Table, lessons and community for drawing-minded adults.