Sunday, May 19, 2019

Weekday Sketchers Graffiti Tour of Bushwick

Always an industrial area, Bushwick attracted artists because of its edgy feel and low rents. The long corrigated fences surrounding the cement factories and construction yards soon became an outdoor canvas for graffiti artists.  Rather than try to get rid of it, the neighborhood embraced it creating an outdoor art gallery for large colorful works. 

Join us for a day of wandering the streets and capturing the high chroma works that adorn the industrial walls and fences.  Bring a stool, a cap and water as we will be out in the sunshine (hopefully) working on the streets.

For more information about the neighborhood and a self guided walking tour, click here:, 

Or here for a video of a Fordam professor giving a lecture as he walks the streets of Bushwick,

Counter Culture

DATE: TUESDAY,  MAY 21, 2019

STARTING TIME: 10:00 AM (we will wait here until 10:15 and then start moving to a drawing destination) 

MEETING LOCATION:  BOGART AVE Entrance  of the Morgan Avenue Station on the L Train 

                           NOTE:  Make sure to exit through the Bogart Ave Exit not the Morgan Ave Exit.

Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call/text Raylie at 201-978-6387.   We will break for lunch at 12:30.   Bring your lunch or purchase it along the way. 

Please note:  we will be moving our location as time and interest suits us. If you are arriving later than the starting time, please call for the location. 

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