Get presidential and learn to Paint Like Ike in this paint and sip special guided class. On November 22nd from 7:00PM - 9:00PM, ArtJamz is teaming up with The White House Historical Association to bring you a one-of-kind painting class. The Paint & Sip event will begin with a representative from the White House Historical Association giving a brief discussion on President Dwight Eisenhower as an artist. Then an ArtJamz instructor will take students through the steps of one of President Eisenhower’s landscape paintings. During the class, a representative from The White House Historical Association will be available for questions and there will be a display their one-of-a-kind Official White House Christmas Ornament. The ornaments will be for sale at a discounted rate for ArtJamz students and one lucky student will be chosen at random to receive a free ornament! The ArtJamz Bar & Lounge will also be open during the 2 hour guided class for your liquid inspiration needs.
DATE & TIME: November 22 2019 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Paint Like Ike Guided Art Class Includes:
The White House Historical Association is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1961 by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy with a mission to protect, preserve, and provide public access to the rich history of America’s Executive Mansion. Learn more HERE.
Location: ArtJamz Dupont Studio, 1728 Connecticut Ave, Washington, DC 20001
ArtJamz® is dedicated to making the world a more creative place. We've become paint and sip's most authentic brand by focusing on creatively enabling the creation of original works of art in a social art studio. Our unique freestyle approach is influenced by the spirit of independence and innovation of the Washington D.C. creative scene, home of The Washington Color School, Chuck Brown and Go-Go music, Duke Ellington, Dave Chappelle, Marvin Gaye, Dave Grohl, Henry Rollins, and many more.
ArtJamz was founded by Michael M. Clements as a production of Genki Media® LLC, a company dedicated to incubating creative start-ups in the Washington D.C. metro area. The ah-ah moment came when Clements was up late one night painting, drinking and hanging out with a group of friends. “Wouldn’t this be great if there was a place we could do this?” he thought. The rest, they say, is history.