Tuesday, January 21, 2020

SUNDAY: Westchester Sketchers at Hudson Valley MOCA

Current exhibition: How We Live

How does production, from household items to artistic creation, become a product itself of the lived experience? Moving past depictions of the human form, How We Live uses sculpture and video to explore the products and production of humanity across a multitude of geographies, cultures, and times, through works by acclaimed artists like Dan Flavin, Claes Oldenburg, and Yu Honglei.


DATE: SUNDAY, January 26, 2020

LOCATION: Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)1701 Main St, Peekskill, NY,(914) 788-0100
Directions: https://www.hudsonvalleymoca.org/visit-1
Take Metro North Railroad from Grand Central Terminal to Peekskill via the Hudson Line. Taxis are available at the Peekskill station (5 minute ride for less than $10), or enjoy the walk through downtown Peekskill (approx 1.2 miles). 
OR, please call Marianne to arrange for pick-up.


LUNCH: Since the Museum opens at 11 AM, we won’t have a scheduled time for lunch. Please bring your own lunch/snack to eat at designated meeting areas as needed.

SHOW and TELL: 2:00 PM This is the social part of our day where we will share our drawings, techniques, and stories. It is a time not to be missed.

Admission $10 for adults, $5 for seniors. Free for members.  
- There is ample parking in front of the Museum.
- Accepts: North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association.
- Stools, drawing boards will be available for our use.

Please RSVP to Cathy (cathygutterman@verizon.net).

Looking for us?
Call/text: Cathy at (914) 625-0766 or Marianne at (914) 355-6507.

There are no fees. All drawing skill levels are welcome. 

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