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Art on the Rocks 2019: Shaking up the First Old Town Cocktail Week


That’s a wrap for Art on the Rocks 2019…but there’s more!

You made Art on the Rocks a huge hit this year, and this year’s Art on the Rocks also kicked off the very first Old Town Cocktail week!  To thank you for your support of our arts programming, we’re extending our event discount of 10% on all Art League Gallery artworks to you with a receipt from any Old Town Cocktail Week event (May 3 – 11): See the Full Schedule Here!

Weren’t able to make the event, or want to relive all the fun? Here’s a breakdown of the evening…

Awards

After sampling the art-cocktail-appetizer pairings, the Judges’ Choice Award went to Chadwicks, and Hank’s Oyster Bar won the Popular Vote Award for the night!

Participants

    • The restaurants: Chadwicks, Mia’s Italian Grill, The People’s Drug, Hank’s Oyster Bar, Toastique, Columbia Firehouse, Society Fair
    • The Art League Instructors/Artists: Joanne Mazarella, Nancy Wallace, Sally Davies, Sue Miller, Nancy Ramsey, Fierce Sonia, Mary Westphal, Sweta Shah
    • The Alcohol Sponsors: Belle Isle Moonshine, Pernod Ricard USA
    • The DJ: Thairy Banks
    • The Judges: Jenny Axner and Victoria Vergason

Thank you to everyone who came out, and we’ll see you on Art on Tap on June 7 ! Join our email list to get all the details (if you haven’t already).

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