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Dr Sketchy's SF presents Ophelia Coeur de Noir

Dr Sketchy's SF presents Ophelia Coeur de Noir

 

Draw 'The Petite Phenomenon!'

 

gypsy / burlesque performer / cancan dancer / actor / fetish model / choreographer / singer / costumier / apprentice tattoo artist / renaissance woman / girl of all trades

 

Tuesday March 27th, 2012

7-10pm. 21+

$12 in advance, $15 at the door*

 

Buy your tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/236576

 

Chicken John's Warehouse

3359 Cesar Chavez St

(between Van Ness Ave & Mission St)

 

Map: g.co/maps/yq59k

 

www.drsketchyssf.com

 

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What is Dr Sketchy's Anti-Art School?

 

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art school is the world's premier alt.drawing movement. Artists draw glamorous underground performers in an atmosphere of boozy conviviality. Found in 2005 in a dive bar in Brooklyn, Dr. Sketchy's has now spread to over 100 cities around the world.

 

In San Francisco, we have a strong commitment to community. We believe that making art is about finding a great place to practice, with a community of like-minded folks. We celebrate our sometimes indescribable and important culture. We get excited about our models and we hope that our excitement inspires the artists who attend.

 

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Please visit our fine sponsors:

 

Baby Tattoo Books www.babytattoo.com

Utrecht Art Supplies www.utrechtart.com

What Katie Did Lingerie: www.whatkatiedid.us.com

 

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*Regarding our prices, we have to raise our prices to make these 'on the road' events possible (event spaces cost more). We are raising them to the going rate for most 3 hour figure drawing sessions in San Francisco. We hope that being able to bring your own adult beverages (some will be provided) will help offset the costs. If this makes it difficult for you to attend, please contact us about volunteer opportunities.

Volunteers get in FREE. We may offer some scholarships also if there is interest.

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Taken on March 15, 2012