*Change of location for Sunday 18th* Sorry for the confusion!
On Sunday 18th November we're going to explore the area round City Hall on Dame Street, at the top of Parliament Street. The building itself is interesting and open. Or, venture down to the Quays - the Sunlight Chambers on the corner has quirky plaster work or find the Sick and Indigent Bookkeepers Society building. Chester Beatty is just round the corner. Thomas read's pub on the corner has great window seats, and also serves coffee and tea.
We'll meet at 2pm at City Hall.
If you've not been before, you'll spot us easily as we'll be the artistic looking types clutching sketch pads. Don't worry if you're late - just get stuck in with the drawing.
We'll meet again at 4pm in Thomas Read's on the corner of Dame Street and Parliament Street. We'll enjoy looking at each other's sketch pads over a coffee or something stronger!
A couple of people each week kindly photograph everyone's work to put on the blog. Please help them out by PUTTING YOUR NAME on your sketch book or on EACH sketch you do! If you've got a camera and fancy helping out with photographing folks work - just get snapping on Sundays! You can either post them on www.dublinsketchers.com or email them to email@example.com and someone else can post them for you.
We'll go to the Gibson Hotel another week. There is a gig in the 02 on Saturday night, so they don't have space for us this week.