$15 ($10 BSA Members and Friends of BSA Space)
Would you like to get outside this summer? Have you wanted to meet others with an interest in art and architecture? Why not do both together at City Sketch? Sketch-artist extraordinaire Andrew Guild will be your guide at this hands-on outdoor sketching session as you explore architectural sketching processes and techniques. Try your hand at sketching building facades and gain a better understanding of the basics of perspective drawing. Together you’ll venture out into the city to capture your own views of Boston’s landmarks.
City Sketch will be offered at three locations around the city in June, July, and August. Great for beginners; intermediate sketchers also welcome.
Please bring your own sketchbook, pencils, and/or pens.
Andrew Guild is a real-estate professional with a passion for architectural design and drawing. He earned his BA in Architecture from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and studied sketchbook drawing in Rome. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, hiking, and sketching.
2016 City Sketch events
June 15, 2016—Faneuil Hall
July 13, 2016—Post Office Square
August 17, 2016—Copley Square
Your registration includes acceptance of our photo release and consent policy.
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This is a program of the BSA Foundation.