Snug Harbor’s Architecture: Sketching and Print-Making

Learn the history of our 19th century campus and study the architecture that put Snug Harbor on the map of irreplaceable architectural collections.  You’ll sketch the Front Five, one of the largest collections of extant Greek Revival buildings in the country.  This part of the campus features four of the first 40 New York City landmarks.

Then you’ll turn your architectural sketch into a print!  Print-making is fun and exciting – you never know quite how it will turn out.  You’ll be able to make multiple prints and play with the shapes, colors, textures, and layers.

WHERE: Meet at Visitor Info Booth on Chapel Road
WHEN: November 28, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
ADMISSION: $20 | $16 Student/Senior | $16 Snug Harbor Member


*Members can redeem discount by logging into Member Portal and purchasing tickets, or via discount code. Email with questions.

Wear comfortable clothes and dress for the weather and for painting.  The program will be outside for about 45 minutes, then move indoors for the rest of the time.   Masks required.

This workshop is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.