design by Brandon Autry
Tonight the lovely Plume de Paname and Evelyn Devere will model for the Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School at the ultra-cool The Speakeasy. Doors open at 5, so come early to get your best seat! Sketching from 6 – 9 pm, tickets just $15! plus music from The Flat Foot Floozies and accordion madman Matt Lohan, who’s been blowing up lately, performing at everything from 2nd Sundays to house parties to Dr. Sketchy’s.
Word from the rehearsal last night is that this will be a fantastic evening of 30’s glam and gooooood music. Follow the sound of the accordion on East Bay Street and bring those sketchpads and pencils!
Get your tickets at www.drsketchy.com/branch/charlestonsc or bring cash to the door!
Help the WALK Gallery bring awareness to September 21, the International Day of Peace and Cease Fire by expressing visually what peace means to you. There are no age limits on the show — the WALK Gallery asks only that you give an open interpretation of what a day of peace means to you.
Submit your bio, artist statement, and an example of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 24, 2009. The WALK Gallery will contact you via email on details of the show. There is a $5 entry fee, which will be collected when the artwork is dropped off for installation. If you have submitted work to WALK Gallery in the past, your fee will be waived.
Need help getting started? Go to PeaceOneDay.org for some inspiration!
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