Wednesday, November 8, 2023

SATURDAY: Sketch the Hispanic Society


The Hispanic Society of America

If you don’t know this museum - you will be amazed!

It’s a little known NYC gem housing 
one of the world’s finest collections of Hispanic art.

This event was suggested by Shawne Cooper

Because it's not located near the other blockbuster museums in NYC, it gets much less traffic.  It's a museum that invites you to take your time to enjoy the collection.  Admission is free, but they ask for donations.  I was happy to be generous.


When:  SATURDAY: November 11th - starting at 12 PM Noon  
NOTE:  This is not our usual start time - the museum opens at noon

Where:  The Hispanic Society of America.  613 West 155th Street, on Audubon Terrace, Broadway between 155 and 156 Streets (see map below)

By Subway:
   -  The #1 Train Stops at 157th Street - one block away (Best choice)
   -  The A & C Train stops at 155th Street and is a longer walk 2 Avenues away

Show and Tell: 3:00 - Location to be determined.  We'll share our drawings, tell good stories and talk about art supplies.

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If you can’t find us
call or text Mark at 973-809-9128

There are no fees or attendance taken. All drawing skill levels are welcome.

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