Tuesday 29 January, 2pm, City Assembly House

Dublin Sketchers has made special arrangements to sketch at City Assembly House, the home of the Irish Georgian Society, on Tuesday 29th January, from 2pm This house has a rich history and is a lovely location to sketch. We will have access to the Knight of Glin Exhibition Room, which has been completely refurbished, and to the O'Connell room upstairs from which we will have views of South William Street.

City Assembly House is situated at 58 South William Street, near Powerscourt Townhouse and across from Grogans' Pub, where we can meet for a drink and a chat after sketching.

Note that this sketch meeting is on a Tuesday afternoon. It does not replace our usual Sunday afternoon outings. It is an extra opportunity to sketch for those of you who are available. It has been kindly arranged by the Irish Georgian Society to give us access to this lovely building, which is closed on Sundays.

Entrance for Dublin Sketchers will be free of charge, but all donations to the Irish Georgian Society are welcome.

If you've not been out with Dublin Sketchers before, we're a relaxed and friendly bunch of people who like to sketch and draw. Bring along your own gear (paper, drawing implements etc), pick something to sketch and get stuck in.