The Naked Painting Party is back for their fall event...
Wednesday, September 29
Social Exposure Media presents...
The Fall Naked Painting Party
Sally Golan of Social Exposure Media invites you to once again, leave your inhibitions at the door...along with your pants... and get body painted...while body painting your friends...or a stranger ( it's a good ice breaker.)
The Naked Painting Party is a group art collaboration supporting NYC artists and culture. This is the third in a series. They are holding one for every season, so the theme for the fall is The Metamorphosis. The party will feature live art installations, dance performances and contests.
Liam Alexander - Live Installationist
Aeric Meredith-Goujin - Portraitist and Fashion Photographer
Hassan Kinley - Editor in Chief of Karin + Raoul Magazine
Elina Miettinen - American Ballet Theater
Chong Cha - Body Artist and Fashion Designer
Matt Mikas - 2nd Skin Artisan Body Painting
DJ Ebar - International DJ and Music Producer, Quarterlife Records, Central Park Recordings
Sally says, "yes, bare nudity is encouraged. No, it is not a demand. But good luck hanging out on the side lines." Note, this event will be photographed. Nick McGlynn's excellent website Random Night Out has some fun pictures from the previous ones in February and May. (Note, the pics may be NSFW, depending on where you work).
You don't have to get naked, but you wouldn't want to get paint on your clothes now, would you?
$20 at the door includes a one hour cocktail reception by Chairman's Reserve Rum.
Must RSVP in advance to save your door ticket.
RSVP via facebook
8pm - 2am
120 Orchard St. (between Delancey & Rivington St.)
New York, NY
There are some basic rules, just to keep things cool:
1. By entering the venue, you agree to photographs and live recording
2. Bring flip flops to protect your feet, no hard shoes on the plastic.
Only plastic cups will be served at the bar to avoid glass.
3. Secure coat check in effect, but leave your expensive stuff at home.
Social Exposure Media is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
4. Photos and videos are allowed. But please ask your subjects first.
5. No paint throwing
6. No painting on the walls
7. No hitting, splashing or unethical conduct