Free Sketching Session at The Frick Collection with Drawing New York
Free Sketching Session with Drawing New York
The Frick Collection has generously reserved 30 spaces for members of Drawing New York to sketch in the galleries on Wednesday, January 11th from 5:00 – 7:30 pm.
Free registration includes museum admission and after-hours access to selected galleries; participants are welcome to arrive after 5:00 p.m.
Artists of all skill levels are welcome to sketch in the tranquil, historic galleries of the Frick among the Old Masters. This vibrant drawing classes in New York group of over 4600 members has been growing rapidly and offers a great opportunity to meet others who share a genuine interest in drawing.
Sketching in the Galleries, Guidelines to follow
All visitors, including groups of art students, are permitted to sketch in the galleries of The Frick Collection on paper not to exceed 12 x 18 inches and with charcoal or lead pencils only. If individuals need to sharpen their pencils, they must use their own boxes to collect the shavings.
The use of pens, colored pencils, oil paints, easels, or watercolors is not allowed. In addition, individuals who sketch in the galleries may not interfere with the flow of visitors through the galleries and are subject to further direction from The Frick Collection Security staff, as necessary.
Please email me with any questions and I will be happy to assist you.