Sunday, October 29, 2017

Weekday Urban Sketcher Draw Can-struction

Can you draw a can? 

Can you draw many cans that are "can-structred" to look like buildings, bridges, animals and comic book characters?  Take the challenge this week as we visit a once a year phenomenon called CanStruction at Brookfield Place in lower Manhattan in the World Financial Center

Can-struction is a yearly event held in more than 25 cities around the country to raise money and draw awareness about the hunger relief efforts in this country.  Teams of design professionals compete based on a yearly theme.  The exhibits are judged on design, construction and number of cans used and are on view for only two weeks before being dismantled. The food is donated to soup kitchens in the city for use in preparing Thanksgiving meals. 

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LOCATION:  Meet in the Palm Court in Brookfield Place on the lower level in front of Le District Market

TRANSPORTATION: E train to WTC, A, C to Chambers St, 2,3 to Park Place, N,R to Cortland St, 4,5 to Fulton Street.  Walk through the Oculus toward the Hudson River and into the Palm Court.

NOTE:  The posted destination for this week was November 1st at Newtown Creek. Due to a bad weather report we will be meeting indoors.  Since this event is open to the public starting on November 2nd, the date was changed. Hoping this is not an inconvenience to anyone. 

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call/text Raylie at 201-968-6387.

Bring a stool and lunch if you want but there are many food outlets in the building to purchase something.  

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