International Sketchnote Camp is coming to Paris France, August 21-23, 2019!
The 3rd Annual International Sketchnote Camp in Louveciennes, France is coming in August 2019!
It’s happening on Wednesday, August 21 through Friday, August 23rd at BNP Paribas Campus de Louveciennes, a 23 hectare park within an 18th century estate, located just west of Paris, France.
Don't miss this exciting community event!
Now is the time to secure your tickets to the event, and most importantly book flights and hotels, before prices get more expensive.
This ISC event will have multiple sessions, with scheduled presentations followed by BarCamp formatted sessions (where the attendees are the speakers) to involve the community.
The event is organized along three tracks:
Sketchnoting for education
Sketchnoting for positive impact
Sketchnoting for business
The tickets for ISC19FR are structured into two ways:
The Full Pack includes full access to the event, one room and dinners for Wednesday and Thursday nights, breakfasts, lunches and coffee breaks for 1 person in both Standard and Earlybird options. The Full Pack option also includes a guided bus tour starting in the center of Paris on Wednesday afternoon at 13:00.
Full Pack Earlybird Price: €580.00 (through 15 March 2019)
Full Pack Standard Price: €680.00 (through 21 August 2019)
The Simple Pack is an economical way to experience ISC19FR, including full access to the event, plus lunches and coffee breaks for 1 person in both Standard and Earlybird options.
Standard Pack Earlybird Price: €300.00 (through 15 March 2019)
Standard Pack Standard Price: €430.00 (through 21 August 2019)
To select your Pack, visit the ISC19FR Eventbrite site:
History of the Camp
The event was founded in 2017 in Hamburg, Germany, organized by Andrea Brücken, Katharina Theis-Bröhl, Diana Soriat, and Marianne Rady. The second annual event in the series happened in Lisbon in September 2018 and was organized by Luis Gonzaga and Daniel Lança Perdigão. This is the third annual event.
For questions, reach out to the French organizing team on Twitter:
Or you can reach out to individual team members on Twitter for questions: