St. Barnabas Sanctuary Centennial to Feature Children’s Art, Sketching Program, Garden Party & More – June 16-17
NORWICH, Vermont – We are delighted to have David Macaulay lead a program on sketching, using our beautiful, 100-year-old church building as a model. The event will take place on June 16 at 1:30 PM at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 262 Main St., Norwich, VT. This event is free and open to the public. The Macaulay program is just one in a series of events as part of our Sanctuary Centennial. (See the flier!)
If you have a sketch book or paper and pencil, please bring them. There will also be a limited supply on hand.
Macaulay’s first published work was entitled, Cathedral. With great discernment and ingenuity, he brought a massive sacred structure into focus for children and adults. Macaulay followed that with a close look at cities and castles and machines. His book, the Way things Work, is a best-seller, and his most recent take, the Way Things Work Now, was published in 2016.
About the Sketch Model
St. Barnabas was built in 1918 in a neo-Gothic style. Hobart Upjohn, an engineer-turned-architect out of New York City designed the building.