DATE: Sunday, March 3rd TIME: 7:00 - 10:30pm LOCATION: The Sound Room, 2147 Broadway, Oakland CA TICKETS: $25 - $35 entrance fee includes the workshop, art supplies, and a three-course menu of delicious local dishes courtesy of Grace Hearth.
ABOUT: LATE NITE ART it is an evening of collaborative art-making, ambient music, to-die-for food and insightful discussion. In a few words, it's a social art experience. LATE NITE ART is a facilitated workshop that encourages you to work in free form. You can expect to meet interesting people, swirl around some tasty alcoholic beverages in your mouth, and treat your taste buds to some delicious eats. LATE NITE ART is an open platform for all non-artists and artists alike to come together. You don't need to be able to color within the lines or draw portraits of fruit bowls you just need eyes, ears, and an open mind.
LATE NITE ART 9 will feature a collection of live musicians including Nick Stein on piano, Zoe Young on vocals, MC EUCALIPS on Beat Box, and more TBA....
Mingler: Toasted Acme bread with.. -Marin French Cheese's Rouge et Noir Camembert and Kumquat Chutney -Artichoke-Caper Tapenade
Main: Community Grains' Paparadelle with Rancho Gordo Flageolet Beans in a Brown Butter Sage Sauce with Candied Hazelnuts Mixed Greens with Herbs de Provence Vinaigrette and Shaved Rainbow Carrots
Dessert: Grace Hearth Tiramisu (using Blue Bottle Coffee, Revive Kombucha, St. George Spirit's Agua Libre Rum and homemade Mascarpone) Please email email@example.com about any dietary restrictions... Wine will be available by donation at cash bar
Given that we can only accommodate a maximum of 30 people, we require your confirmation in advance to guarantee you a seat.
We ask you to respect the time frame allotted for the event - 7.00PM - 10.30PM. This is an immersive experience that begins and ends with the same amount of people: no tardies and no early departees!
(Also a little note on policy, there are no refunds/extensions!)
Check out the LATE NITE ART video here!: www.vimeo.com/42966233
and the recent article in the East Bay Express here: http://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/the-art-of-release/Content?oid=3454849