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MUSICAL CHAIRS ART WORKSHOP

  • Femme Fatale DC 3224 11th Street Northwest Washington United States (map)

Musical Chairs Art Workshop is back on popular demand!

No Experience needed and all supplies (& HAPPY HOUR) included. This is a one of a kind, a collaborative workshop where you start a canvas and when the music stops, you move on to your neighbors', like a game of musical chairs!

Have a drink, sing along to the tune, dance and paint some canvases, and take a unique piece of art home. This would be a great chance to check out the awesome new venue of Femme Fatale DC in Columbia Heights.

You must be 21 or over to participate in this event.

Workshop lead by Violet Red's Studio and Robin Ha.

Violeta Barcenas - Violet Red is a Nicaraguan artist based in Washington, D.C.
She is a woman, artist, illustrator, mother, feminist... She has been traveling since she was 9, and her art has become an abstract reflection of the little corners around the world that have become part of her lives. 
she likes to travel and meet new people with cool stories. she doesn't shy away from a well spent weekend at home in her hammock reading a book. A part of her thinks that life should be spent reading books, watching movies and relaxing with family over a good beer and with a great friend. However, the other part :-) knows working hard every day is key to survive! 

Some days she longs to return to the places she has visited, - especially her favorite beach in Nicaragua, San Juan del Sur - and some days she wishes she could hop on a plane and travel to some cool pacific island. Adventure, similarly to work, is another key to survival; and when you mix them together you find the ultimate key to happiness. 

For more info on Violet Red's Studio, please visit her website: https://violetredstudio.com/

Robin Ha is a cartoonist based in Washington DC and the author of Cook Korean!: A Comic Book With Recipes, a New York Times bestseller cookbook graphic novel. She was born in South Korea and moved to the United States when she was fourteen. Her memoir graphic novel, Almost American Girl which is about her immigration experience from Seoul, Korea to Huntsville, Alabama is scheduled to be published in January 2020 by Balzer + Bray, an imprint of Harper Collins.

Robin's mission as an artist is to share her cultural and personal experiences through comics. Aside from drawing comics, she has been giving numerous talks and cooking demos to share her knowledge and love for Korean food culture around the United States.

As much as she loves to draw, she loves to eat. Her plan is to travel to new places around the world and taste their food and draw comics about them. There is really no food that she wouldn't try at least once in her life. She doesn't have a sweet tooth though. She always goes for bacon over baked goods.

For more info on Robin Ha, visit her website.

Robin Ha and Violet Red Studio are artists and entrepreneurs at Femme Fatale DC. FFDC is the District's womyn-only collective of local womyn creatives & entrepreneurs. Check out our Instagram @RobinHaArt, @violetredstudio, and @FemmeFataleDC