The Cleveland Sketch Crawl will be headed to the William G. Mather Museum this Saturday, May 1st! The huge steamship (built in 1925) is only open to the pubic through the warmer spring and summer months, and we are going to get to sketch it on its first open day.
The ship has a very storied history on the Great Lakes and was a technological marvel of its day. In addition to having tons of unique things to sketch, the ship offers one of the best views of the downtown skyline. Needless to say, this is a perfect location for sketching.
The weather should be warm and amazing. It may rain, but there are plenty of sheltered areas to sketch on the boat.
We will meet at 10am in the front entrance to the Great Lakes Science Center (the entrance that faces the wind turbine). I'll have passes for entry onto the Mather. There is no cost to participate in the Sketch Crawl. The pass will not grant you access to the Science Center.
Those of you that show up late: go to the Will-Call desk inside the Great Lakes Science Center and tell them that you are with the Cleveland Sketch Crawl.
Directions to the Crawl:
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