Experienced and aspiring artists are invited to Channel to Channel Wednesday for uninstructed life drawing with a nude model. Dustin Hedrick, who opened up his studio space to show contemporary art last year, hosts the weekly “Drink ‘n Draw.” Artists can get their draw on, as well as their drink and munch, in the company of each other for two hours. If you’re thinking bare white walls and stodgy art-speak, you’re barking up the wrong tree. Channel to Channel is on the second floor of the old Hosiery Mill at 427 Chestnut Street, and you can expect it to be casual. It runs 6-8 pm.
Also, you’ll be the first to peep the new show going up. Channel to Channel will present silkscreens by Cynthia Sukowatey in a solo show she’s titled “All in One.” Dig her profesh website. Sukowatey is a recent grad of APSU, so it’s a great opportunity for newbie art collectors to take home some beautiful work for less and support a young artist. “All in One” officially opens Saturday during the art crawl, but Hedrick will likely be putting it up sooner.
If you head to the Drink ‘n Draw, bring your own drawing materials; chairs and stands are first come, first served; and the cost is $10, which helps Hedrick pay the rent for this awesome gallery. Stay tuned to the Facebook page for more events. The gallery now has official Saturday hours from 11-2.