Monday, June 19, 2006

All-star Meeting?


Hey everybody. I was talking to Brian at lunch about having a sketchbook session after work once or twice a month at Apache. I was thinking maybe the first Monday of every month and the last monday of the month. I talk to alot of you guys on line but have never met any of you and thought a sketchbook session would be cool. for those that dont know about the Apache Cafe. Here is some info on it...

The Scene
You may not own a baja jacket or consider yourself the art-school type, but on Mondays, the Apache Cafe sets out to make you an artist. Explore your bohemian side during an evening designed to celebrate art for its own sake, and spruce up your refrigerator decor in the process.

The Experience
The sometimes intimate, sometimes raucous group focuses on different types of art each week (photography, sculpture, painting). Take in local works on the walls, and then sit down to participate in the main event--the interactive art. On many nights, it's sketching nude models. You get to try your hand at greatness, while the featured artists share their purpose and inspiration for the exhibited pieces. Mix and mingle with the young and creative for an evening of dinner, drinks and inspired energy.


I think this would be a great way to meet other people on our board and to meet some new people not on the board, What do you guys think?

4 Comments:

Blogger SketchbookAllstars said...

I'm all about it!!! The first monday of the month sounds gravy!

2:03 PM  
Blogger Kanokadafi said...

where is this place at?

3:04 PM  
Blogger SketchbookAllstars said...

Unfortunately the place in in Artlanta.

3:49 PM  
Blogger Andre Moore said...

Just saw this going down at apache!

June 5, 2006 7:30PM
(Every Monday)
A three week Interactive Art Show , featuring paintings and mixed media works by Vincent Christie, Hotep and Kehinde Thompson.

Join us as we revisit and retell the story of Sara Baartman an African woman who was put on display in the 1800's at the Piccadilly Circus drawing crowds of working class men who paid to view her unusually large buttocks.

Now in 2006 how has this fascination of curvaceous women changed and shaped our view of beauty. Opening night reception Monday June 5, Panel Discussion June 12, Panel Discussion June 19.

All events starting at 7:30 p.m. Group art stations, DJ's, nude plus-size figurative drawing session & dinner. $5 at the door.
(Show runs 6/5 - 7/03 )

5:20 PM  

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