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When: Sat., March 22, 7-10:30 p.m. 2014
Price: $40
There’s no shortage of events related to eating food, drinking wine, and making art, but Adam Rosendahl’s collaborative workshop LATE NITE ART is one of the few that integrates all three. The series, described as a “social art experience,” has quickly grown in popularity since it began in May 2012, selling out each month. Equinox is the theme of the thirtieth event, which will be held at Impact Hub Oakland (2323 Broadway) after the first official day of spring. Participants can use pencils and paint to illustrate their feelings about sex and new beginnings while drinking wine and dining on a three-course gourmet meal provided by Oakland-based catering company Grace Hearth. Every few minutes, Rosendahl will pose a question to attendees as they rotate around a long table, adding their contributions to works that participants previously created. At the end of the evening, attendees may cut out pieces of the artwork to take with them, although some masterpieces may warrant preservation.
— Zaineb Mohammed


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