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December 1, 2018 sketchout

We will be sketching at historic Rutherford House (11153 Sask Drive) for our Dec 1st sketchout. Thanks to Rutherford House staff, we get the group admission rate of $4.50 each and we can start sketching at 11am. We can meet … Continue reading

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University of Alberta Hospital, November 3, 2018

There was a small but dedicated group who came to the University of Alberta Hospital to sketch on November 3rd. Most of the sketchers headed over to the beautiful calm of the Guru Nanak Healing Garden in the Mazankowski Heart Institute. Sketches … Continue reading

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November 3, 2018 sketchout

Thanks to our sketcher Karen (and an Artist on the Wards) for planning this sketchout at the U of A Hospital We can meet at the 112 St entrance which is #7 on this map, with a lobby area and … Continue reading

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Ortona Armoury Arts Building, September 1, 2018

Urban Sketchers Edmonton are joining me in one of my goals as Edmonton’s 5th Historian Laureate: sketching Edmonton’s architectural heritage (or as much as we can!) Another off-and-on rainy day greeted Urban Sketchers Edmonton at the historic and arty Ortona … Continue reading

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October 6, 2018 Sketchout

Thanks to Angie Sotiropoulos for planning this sketchout: Hello everyone! Marlena will be away for the October sketch out so I’m posting an event suggestion that was made at September’s sketch out. Meet spot will be at the west entrance … Continue reading

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September 1, 2018 sketchout

For our September 1st sketchout, come on out to the historic and arty Ortona Armoury Arts Building, 9722 – 102 Street. We will meet inside the lobby at 11am, or start sketching outside on your own. There are no restaurants … Continue reading

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Mill Creek Ravine Park, August 4, 2018

Urban Sketchers Edmonton are joining me in one of my goals as Edmonton’s 5th Historian Laureate: sketching Edmonton’s architectural heritage (or as much as we can!) Included in Edmonton’s built heritage are bridges, and the recently restored pedestrian bridges in … Continue reading

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