Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Double Header - A Sketcher’s Choice for Saturday June 7th

You have two really interesting choices for sketching this weekend.  

  1. You can attend an organized Draw Now! event at the Brooklyn Navy Yard
  2. Or you can attend the  NY & NJ American Society of Landscape Architects sketchwalk.

This post will give you the details of the Navy Yard event.  
Richard Alomar will supplying details for the ASLA Sketchwalk at Hunters Point/Gantry Plaza in Long Island City.

Growing up in Brooklyn I've always been fascinated by the Navy Yard.  It was founded in 1801 by John Adams. It’s huge and covers over 300 acres including 40 historic structures and 3 city landmarks.This should be a fascinating location with fantastic views of lower Manhattan

Lebbeus Woods

SITU Studio honors the legacy of visionary architect Lebbeus Woods (1940–2012) with an all-day public-participatory DrawNow! drawing workshop on Saturday, June 7, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The workshop invites participants to produce a collective artwork on a shared, semi-rigid, drawing surface that will transform into a landscape throughout the course of the day. All supplies will be provided and no experience is necessary!

Where:  Join us at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, 63 Flushing Ave., Bldg 132
Note: Entry to the Navy Yard is available at Sands St. and Clinton St.
The Sands Street Entrance is the closest to Bldg 132.
When you get to the gate tell them you’re attending DrawNow! with Situ Studio

When: Workshop 12–4pm
Drinks & Discussion 4–6pm

  • We suggest that you bring a sack lunch and bottle of water.
  • The cafe Ted & Honey in Building 92 will also be open during the day.
  • Please wear comfortable clothes

  • Take the F Train to York Street
  • or the A Train to High Street  

It will be a about a 15 minute walk to the Navy Yard.  
An excellent map is included as an attachment to the email

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

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

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