Fancy yourself a drawer? Or just want to give it ago? Head to Brooklyn Museum to try out this month’s life drawing class complete with a refreshing beverage and live music by local DJs.
The August 19 event is part of the museum’s monthly life drawing series that is running as part of its summer programming.
This month, join artist Nona Faustine as she guest hosts the sip and sketch class while offering based on her experience representing the body in photographs, which are on view in the museums current exhibition, The Slipstream: Reflection, Resilience, and Resistance in the Art of Our Time.
Drawers will sketch from live models and experiment with materials in the casual class led by teaching artist Mellasenah Nicole Edwards in the museum’s Biergarten.
Tickets for the event are $35 and include after-hours admission to The Slipstream, art materials in a Brooklyn Museum tote and a complimentary drink. Member tickets are $25.
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