Monday, December 12, 2016

Weekday Urban Sketcher do the Cloisters at Christmas

Beautiful at any time of year, the Cloisters in Fort Tryon park is particular magical at Christmas time. The Cloisters is a division of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a collection of Medieval architecture, sculpture and decorative arts is one of NYC's gems. Join us for a trip to another time and place in this most decorative season. 

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TIME: 10:30 AM

                           Note: we will meet in lobby by the information desk

TRANSPORTATION: The A train to 190th Street.  Take the elevator to the upper level exit and enter Ft. Tyron Park.  Follow the path to the building. The entrance is on the eastern side (away from the Hudson River)  of the building at the roadway level. It is about a 10 minute walk from the subway station. 

NOTE:  The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art which charges and entrance fee.  If you are a member you will have free admission.  If you are a member at a level that includes guest passes, please ask for one so that we can give it to someone who is not a member.  If you are not a member you can elect to pay whatever you wish: a few dollars should be sufficient but even a quarter will get you in.

Also remember that there are NO wet media allowed in the building.  You can use any dry medium and activate the color with a water brush that has its own internal reservoir. Bring a stool. There is a cafe in the building where we can have lunch. You can purchase something or bring your own lunch and sit at a table to eat it.

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call Raylie at 201-978-6387.

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