Join us for sketching and conversation in the galleries. In this workshop, explore how twentieth-century American artists working in New York City experimented with abstraction.
Drawing Salon is an adult program hosted by the National Gallery of Art. Led by practicing artists and museum educators, this series of workshops integrates art history and studio art practices. Each workshop focuses on an intimate selection of works, inviting visitors to slow down and join others in discovering the complexity within each work of art.
Workshops are free but advance registration is required. Sketching prompts are designed for all skill levels; beginning and advanced participants are welcome. All drawing materials are provided. Ages 18 and over.
Image: Georgia O'Keeffe, Jack-in-Pulpit Abstraction - No. 5 (detail), 1930, oil on canvas, Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Bequest of Georgia O'Keeffe, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 1987.58.4
Date and Time
National Gallery of Art
East Building, Ground Floor, Tower 1 (Gallery 106B)
American Art Galleries
Washington, DC 20565