Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Hispanic Society of America - Sketching January 18, 2014

*  A stunning museum.  *  A true cultural gem  *  A great find  *

When I research interesting places for us to visit I often get enthused, and ask myself how it is that I've never visit this latest find.  That's exactly the reaction I had as I dug into my research about the Hispanic Society of America.  The museum's focus is on the arts and cultures of Spain, Portugal, and Latin America. 

I drove past the Museum about a year ago with Richard and we agreed we'd have to return to check it out.  The weather for the weekend promises to reward indoor activities.  The Director of Programs says sketching is fine and has welcomed us.  Unlike other New York Museums this one is relatively uncrowded.


  • Admission is free
  • The Museum opens at 10 AM and closes at 4:30
  • The address is 613 West 155th Street, on Audubon Terrace, Broadway between 155 and 156 Streets
  • By Subway:  
    • The #1 Train Stops at 157th Street - one block away (Best choice)
    • The A & C Train stops at 155th Street and is a longer walk 2 Avenues away
  • We'll start at 10 AM. If you get a late start or are delayed - Join us anyway
  • BONUS:  I have free gift sketching pencil sets from  Artist & Craftsman Supply

If you can't find us:  
Call Mark:  973-809-9128

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