This month I'd like to try something new....let's create together! I'll bring a box of art supplies, glue, and pin backs so we can make creative, reusable name/pronoun tags. Feel free to bring some art supplies to use or share with the group. See you all soon!
• What we'll do
A few of us were recently inspired to find other queer artists in the area and get together to talk about art, inspire, critique, and support each other in our creative endeavors. If you'd like some helpful feedback, bring a sample of your current project, photos, portfolio, website, or creative ideas. All types of creativity are welcome including (but not limited to) visual, spoken, music, written works, etc. All skill levels are welcome from beginner to advanced. There is no need to be an established artist to attend this group. I'd also love to put together a queer art group show at some point in a local gallery so we can discuss ideas and contacts for that as well.
***It is ok to arrive late to this event. Feel free to join us and jump into the conversation anytime after 5pm. I know many of you have day jobs and there is always traffic at that time of day. We will most likely be chatting until 9pm or later.
Accessibility: Coffee at the Point is located conveniently near many public transit stops. The establishment is located on ground level and ADA compliant. There are 2 dedicated handicap spots in the parking garage and wheelchair accessibility from parking to the coffeeshop's front door.
Parking: free covered parking attached to the building in the garage accessible from Washington near 26th. There are about 30 parking spots dedicated to the coffee shop.
Bathrooms: The establishment has two single stall gender marked bathrooms. They do not enforce this and often people use whichever bathroom is open regardless of what gender the sign says.
This is a monthly event that occurs ever 3rd Thursday at the same location.
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• What to bring
Yourself and bring a sample of your work if you'd like some helpful feedback or feel stuck and are needing inspiration.
• Important to know
This event is also posted on Facebook in several queer groups, so there will be more people attending than are reflected on this event page.
This event occurs every 3rd Thursday at Coffee at the Point.