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Sketching at Evergreen: Bakst Theatre
May 5 , 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm$12
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Calling all budding artists! Evergreen Museum & Library is now offering multiple sketching sessions throughout the museum each month. Each 90-minute session focuses on a single room (check different dates for new room offerings). A docent will be on hand to answer any questions about the room, collections, and history of the house and its inhabitants
In order to protect our collection, we ask that only pencils or colored pencils be used when sketching inside the house. **Any type of water pens are not allowed. Supplies are not provided with purchase of ticket.
ABOUT THE ROOM
This session will focus on Evergreen’s Bakst Theatre, which began as a gymnasium in the 1880s and then was converted to a theater in the 1920s by Léon Bakst,the Russian painter, set designer and costumer for the Ballets Russes. A docent will be on hand to answer any questions about the room, collections, and history of the house and its inhabitants.
- Masks are now optional
- Due to the historical nature of the building, accessibility is limited, and some parts of the museum can only be reached via stairs.
- Stools are available for the duration of the session.
- Free self-guided tours of the gardens and grounds are included in admission. Full guided house tour is not included in admission to sketching session
- Free parking is available