On Sunday 12th of May, at 11 am, Dublin Sketchers have been invited to sketch at 14 Henrietta Street. We will have access to the garden and the kitchen space. As there are tours going, we won't have access to all rooms. Please note that you need to be at the door no later than 11 am if you want to get in, as the Museum's staff will be busy with tours. If you're planning to come, let us know by adding a comment to the blog here, so we have an idea of how many people will be there in advance.
Olives, Oysters and Oranges sketchbook project 2019
— Could you make a hole in another pint?
— Could a swim duck? says I.
— Same again, Terry, says Joe. Are you sure you won't have anything in the way of liquid refreshment? says he.
— Thank you, no, says Bloom.
If you want a little inspiration, this link will bring you to a short video The Cyclops.
Between April and June, Dublin Sketchers will sketch in some of the places that appear in James Joyce’s Ulysses, which takes place on one day in Dublin in 1904. That day is celebrated every year as Bloomsday, 16th June.
The sketchbooks will be exhibited upstairs at the Olivier Cornet Gallery on 15th and 16th of June, during the Bloomsday Festival. If you don’t want to exhibit your sketches, that is totally fine. Just come out with Dublin Sketchers as usual.