The Social Media drinks-and-art series is back for another season at The Arts Center

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The "Social Media" drinks-and-arts series at the Arts Center of the Capital Region will be back for another season starting in January. Blurbage:

Join us on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday every month for Social Media! You'll meet new people and make art in a new medium. Every event will feature a signature cocktail or seasonal beverage paired with the art form we'll be experimenting with! Your first drink is on us.

A condensed version of the schedule is below, it ranges from pottery to burlesque to beer to pirates.

These evening have been very popular and often sell out well ahead. So if you're interested in going, it's not a bad idea to claim a spot earlier rather than later.

The events are 5:30-7:30 pm. Tickets are now $50. ("Due to the cost to staff, supply, and organize these events, the price has been raised.") The ticket includes craft materials, snacks, and one drink.

January 16: Pottery & Mudslides

February 6: Burlesque & Chocolate Martinis

February 20: Beer 101 with Rare Form Brewery

March 6: Jewelry & Moscow Mules

March 20: Candy 101

April 3: Pottery & Mudslides

April 17: Rustic Wood Working and Lumberjacks

May 1: Pirate Printing & Pacific Rims

May 15: Urban Watercolors & Cosmos
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AOA is a sponsor of Social Media at The Arts Center.

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