Wednesday, February 11, 2015

SATURDAY - Sketch Earth's Biodiversity

February 14, 2015

Happy Valentine's Day! - Bring someone you love to Sketching.

The American Museum of Natural History

Our goal to avoid snow and stay warm while continuing our winter sketching brings us the Hall of Biodiversity at the Museum of Natural History.

The Hall of Biodiversity presents a vivid portrait of the beauty and abundance of life on Earth, highlighting both biodiversity and the factors that threaten it. Everywhere you look there is something worth sketching.

When:  We'll start at 10 AM.  Sleeping late?  Come anyway, we'll be easy to find.  Call or text (see below) if that helps.

Lunch:  12:00 PM - Noon - The museum has a good cafeteria on the lower level that get's very busy.  We'll take an early lunch so we can sit together.

Afternoon:  1:15 PM.  Back to sketching. At your option, we will sketch the museums numerous incredible dioramas.

Show and Tell:  3:30 We leave for Fred's Restaurant, 476 Amsterdam Ave to share drawings, good stories and a beer or wine if you're so inclined.

Where:  The American Museum of Natural History at 200 Central Park West (located between West 77th Street and West 81st Street.
We will meet at the entrance to the Hall of Biodiversity, which is located on the first floor.  (Note: when you climb the stairs in front of the museum you enter the second floor,  and when you arrive by subway you enter the lower level which is below the first floor.)

How:  By subway - take the B or C train to 81 Street or the #1 Train to 79th Street.  The museum has parking if you come early.

How Much:  The museum has a pay what you wish policy.
The suggested fee is:
- Adults: $22
- Children (2-12): $12.50

- Seniors/Students with ID: $17

Can't find us?  
Call or Text Mark - 973-809-9128

There are no fees or attendance taken. All drawing skill levels are welcome

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