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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Graphite Social: A Benefit for the Museum of the Living Artist

A Benefit for the Museum of the Living Artist

Artists, art enthusiasts and their friends are invited to the Graphite Social being held at the Museum of the Living Artist, 1439 El Prado in Balboa Park on January 25, 2013 from 7-11 pm.

The event will feature four performers from the "Drop Dead Dames," a local burlesque review company, as they perform and pose for artists and their friends. The evening will also include the creation of live portraits by True Delorenzo and David Goff, two talented local artists and great music provided by DJ Dan Polluck of Theory Craft.  Attendees will have the opportunity to draw, or observe the drawing by local artists, of life models who regularly pose for the San Diego Art Institute in a program called Art Gym San Diego.

This fun social event, appropriate for ages 21 and above, costs $15 per person. This includes two drinks, light appetizers and art supplies for drawing.

For additional information and to make reservations, which are required, contact Shaunna Witt, 619.208.3768 or Lesley Cortez, 619.957.9032.

Members of the local media, who are covering the event, may arrange for free admission by contacting Ms. Witt.

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