January 10, 2017 – The Creative Labs
Pictured (LtoR) Some of Art Monkeys’ high mucky-mucks: Harrison Lance Crawford, secretary/chairman of program; Will Shanklin, president; and Austin Shanklin, executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Pablo Van Winkle, and Sophia Pendleton, Baltimore-based artists
Pictured (LtoR) Steph Compton, United Workers community organizer; and Lindsay “Lindzor” Parker, DC-based artist/face painter
Pictured (LtoR) Lizzy Unger, public health communications coordinator; Diar Chichester, temporary administrative assistant; Micol Souviney, Baltimore-based artist; and Larry Cohen, Baltimore-based photographer
Pictured (LtoR) Nichelle Rone, Baltimore-based model; and Tohi Wohali, Tohi Media CEO/web designer
Pictured (LtoR) Chastity Sollner, Artists Compound CEO; and Chyna Mae, Artists Compound vice president
Pictured (LtoR) Jessica Magnolia, Baltimore area preschool teacher; and Kaitlyn Furey, Baltimore-based freelance tarot reader/magician
Pictured (LtoR) Colin Smallwood, Baltimore-based artist/tattoo artist; Tom Kemp, EventEQ graphic designer/artist; and Reed Eisenhauer, Funk Sauce owner/operator
Pictured (LtoR) Gabriel Saunders, Art Monkeys treasurer; and Jenee Harrison, The Creative Labs resident artist
Artfully Fun (January 10, 2017) Art Monkeys – an organization that promotes art as something fun, accessible to everyone, and capable of social change – celebrated its grand opening with a party at its home, The Creative Labs.
Folks not only checked out the work of a variety of artists, but could actually watch them working…or become a work of art themselves (if they weren’t already!), thanks to some creative face-painting.