Join AARCH and AdkAction for this unique workshop experience and learn how to perfectly capture the details, scale, and special features present in the historic buildings across our region through sketching. In this two-day workshop, participants will gain a new perspective on exploring the finer details of the built environment. On Friday, July 22 we will gather for a short, introductory class that will prepare us to hone our sketching skills. The following day, we will gather in Keeseville to put pencil to paper and sketch its iconic buildings, bridges, and historic architecture, as well as its scenic landscape. We will enjoy a picnic lunch in the village’s historic environs. Attendees will walk out of this workshop with their own finished work and the skills to sketch buildings across the Adirondacks and beyond.
Both days of this workshop are led by architect and long-time Lake George resident, JB Clancy. This event is co-sponsored by our neighbors and friends at AdkAction and will take place during the annual Keeseville Community Arts Festival.
The Friday, July 22 introductory class starts at 1 PM and ends at 4 PM, and the Saturday, July 23 hands-on workshop begins at 10 AM and ends around 4 PM. This tour requires pre-registration and is first-come, first-served.
The fee is $55 for AARCH and AdkAction members and $65 for non-members. This fee covers materials that will be provided for participants.