The weather may be getting colder, but there is no need to be down. We have a whole line up of Cleveland Sketch Crawl dates set for the next 6 months! Check out your calendar and make sure you mark down these dates.
The Cleveland Sketch Crawl takes place the first Saturday of each month and we sketch from 10am - 12noon. While the normal meeting place has been The Arcade in Downtown, we will now be meeting at the location where we draw. For more information, you can always call 216-736-7799 and ask for Josh. Check below for details:
Tower City Center
Meet in the Lobby of Terminal Tower
Sketch the holiday decorations and the crowds at the annual holiday shows. As a special treat, get to sketch through Terminal Tower's famous Greenbrier Suite. Make sure you RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for this sketch crawl!
The West Side Market
1979 W. 25th Street
Bring in the new year by sketching the Saturday activity at the market. With the enclosed produce section and the impressive indoor market space...it is the perfect winter locale!
State Theater Lobby
These majestic theaters and all the interesting perspectives are perfect for exploring and drawing.
2230 Euclid Ave
This is one of Cleveland's iconic churches and is the perfect location for a variety of interesting and challenging subject matter, for any sketcher!
Old Stone Church
91 Public Square
The oldest building on Public Square is also the home to absolutely beautiful architecture and amazing stories. Don't miss an inside tour of this building!
USS Cod (the Submarine near the Rock Hall)
What better way to kick off the summer than to take a tour of the USS Cod and sketch the unique compartments of this World War II Sub.
Friday, October 31, 2008
The November Cleveland Sketch Crawl will take place at the Dunham Tavern & Museum. The crawl will kick off (as ususal) at 10am and will last till 12noon. We will not meet at The Arcade first, everyone will meet at the museum. The address is 6709 Euclid Avenue (right across from Gallucci's).
We will get a tour of the museum and grounds before we start sketching. This location was a stagecoach house that was on the main road between Detroit and Buffalo, so this place has a ton of history and stories behind it.
Bring your sketch book, camera, pens, charcoal, pencils or whatever floats your artistic boat and we'll see you on November 1st at 10am!