Learn about the lives of the Romans immortalized in marble at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from art historian Danielle Oteri, then bring them to life with a drawing session led by illustrator Jenny Kroik.
Danielle was a Lecturer at the Met Cloisters for 15 years. She fell in love with Greek and Roman art leading food, wine and art tours in Pompeii and Paestum in Southern Italy.
Jenny Kroik is a New York City-based illustrator. She was born in in St. Petersburg, Russia. She received a BFA in illustration from the Art Institute of Boston, and an MFA in painting from the University of Oregon. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2007, and as a university art instructor for the last 10 years, teaching in institutions such as the University of Oregon, City College of New York, Fairleigh Dickinson University and more. Kroik has created 2 covers for the The New Yorker, and is represented by Magnet Reps illustration agency. She has also exhibited paintings in galleries around the U.S.
12 Spots Only
$50 includes museum admission, a small notebook and colored pencils. Feel free to bring your own sketchbook and pencils if your prefer. (Please note The Met does not permit paint or markers.)