June Dinner Meeting

Dinner Open to the Public

Please RSVP to Michelle in the PSC office by June 7th at 4pm.


  • 5:30 – Social Period Begins 
  • 6:15 – TBD
  • 7:15 – Dinner


The June Member’s Dinner Meeting will feature YOU as the speaker. This meeting is dedicated to the work our members have been producing or are working on. So bring a recently finished work or a work you are in process with to share with your fellow artists – we will have a computer and projector set up as well in the gallery, if you want to share your website or digital artwork. Critiques of work will be on the menu that evening along with pizza and dessert!

Board Elections at Dinner Meeting

To get the ballot proxy, click here: 2017 PSC Ballot-proxy.

Plan to attend this important meeting. Mark your calendar now!
The Philadelphia Sketch Club’s Annual Election of Officers and Directors will take place on Friday, May 12, 2017, at the monthly members’ dinner meeting.

All Sketch Club members in good standing will be able to vote for all officers, as well as non-officer directors. If you are unable to attend the meeting, you may appoint someone to act as your proxy and vote on your behalf at the meeting.

Members will receive email updates.

Dinner Meeting Agenda:
– Social Hour: 5:15 PM
– Election: 6:15 PM.
– Dinner: 7:15 PM.


  • Chicken Parmigiana
  • Rosemary Potatoes
  • Pasta with marinara
  • Tossed salad
  • Rolls and butter
  • Dessert


  • Members – $16
  • Guests – $18

 For more information or if you have any questions, please contact the office at executivedirector@sketchclub.org, or by calling 215-545-9298.



April Dinner Meeting

Dinner and Presentation Open to the Public

Please RSVP to Michelle in the PSC office by 12 Noon Wednesday April 12th, 2017

Buddy’s Reef by Tracy Landmann


  • 5:30- Social Period Begins
  • 6:15- Speaker
  • 7:15- Dinner


  • Crab Cakes
  • Cole Slaw
  • Rosemary Potatoes
  • Fettuccine with Vegetables and Olive Oil
  • Garden Salad
  • Rolls and Butter
  • Coffee
  • Dessert


  • Members – $16
  • Guests – $18

GUEST SPEAKER: Tracy Landmann

Tracey will discuss the use of art as a tool to stimulate cognitive development, focusing on a trio of murals she created for UD GoBabyGo!. The purpose of GoBabyGo!, an international program headquartered at the University of Delaware, is to provide independent transportation opportunities for young, mobility-impaired children, who are otherwise dependent on others for movement from a fixed position.

The program’s goals include: enriching social interaction with the toddler’s peer group, providing possibilities for exploration of previously inaccessible items, and otherwise allowing for greatly enhanced sensory perception. Here, Tracey used her art abilities in order to broaden the cognitive development power of GoBabyGo! by stimulating imagination, providing a sense of control, and encouraging minds to consider alternative scenarios, therefore helping to prepare the children involved for existence in a challenging society. She is of the strong belief that mental and physical development can be used to nourish one another.