Sunday, November 7, 2021

Weekday Sketchers Visit Construction 

NYC Canstruction 2012 - Canstruction Photos

Have you ever seen a bridge made out of ham? 
A building made out of tomato soup? 
An amusement part made out of vegetables? 

NO?  Then  join the Weekday Sketchers this Wednesday as we visit Brookfield Place to see this year's Canstruction Competition. 

Gallery of Canstruction® Exhibit and Design Competition - 2

Each year engineering, architectural and design companies create sculptures made entirely out of canned food.  Completely self supporting each "canstruction" comes with a statement about how their entry represents an answer to world hunger.   The sculptures are available for viewing only a few days each year after which they are taken down so that the food can be donated to  soup kitchens for the Thanksgiving meals prepared for hundreds of people throughout the city. 

For more information about the event and the cause to eliminate food insecurity, click here:

An architectural twist on ordinary food drives with 'Canstruction' - YouTube

Please RSVP to Raylie Dunkel at  Looking for us? Call or text Raylie at 201-273-0445.  This will be our first indoor sketch event this season, so no need to bundle up for a cold day.  Bringing a stool is a good idea. 



LOCATION: BROOKFIELD PLACE in the World Trade Center.  
                       We will meet under the palm trees in the Winter Garden

TRANSPORTATION:  Any subway line that comes into the World Trade Center. 

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