Thursday, May 21, 2009

Art Class Today

Art class was the best. Let's relive it:
Art Class - an exhibition of art you made in high school (Thursday May 21)

Chances are, if you went to a public high school, you were forced to take art class whether you wanted to or not. You were compelled to turn out a predictable portfolio of drawings, watercolor, and tempera paintings that used the color wheel or something. It is possible you still have some of the laughably awful work you created in school at your parents' house somewhere, or hey, maybe some of it was actually good.

We want to show the art you made in public school at Refuge on Thursday May 21st. You can even sell it, name your own price!

All submissions must be accompanied by a title, approx. age at creation, and a short but pretentious description that sounds like "juxtaposing the recontexualized neo-Leninist paradigm with an exploration of the intangibility of imagination."

The night should be a fun and funny, and who knows, you might end up with some cool wall art for your apartment.

With background music that was popular in the late 1990's.

8pm - 2am @ REFUGE

To submit work, email
Feel free to links to your fridge-worthy art below.

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