The Montgomery Art Association and AMP by Strathmore are teaming up to host our second Sketch Night at the North Bethesda music venue. Join us for a live performance by Michela's Love Movement, socialize with fellow artists and sketch the show.What to bring: Sketching materials (such as small sketchbooks, pencils/pens, travel-sized watercolor kit). Keep your materials simple--there isn't a lot of space to spread out.
About Michela’s Love Movement: This is not your ordinary band. The ensemble, led by tap dancing phenom Michela Marino Lerman, is a hybrid of the highest levels of musicianship and hoofing. An extraordinary percussionist and dancer all in one, Lerman’s feet are a blur of brilliance, tapping on electronic boards and wooden stages to accentuate the group’s uplifting repertoire. Dancing to original music, spirituals and jazz, Love Movement is a journey through the levels of love that will leave you feeling moved and empowered. Here's a sneak peek.
Cost: AMP by Strathmore is generously offering MAA members, local artists and their guests reduced-priced, $18 tickets ($10 off the regular price for our seats).
Buying tickets: Buy tickets here. Click the button below, then click the red "Buy” button. On the popup screen, enter promo code MAA10 and click on the words “apply code.” Then choose "Table Seating" and complete your purchase at the reduced rate.
What to expect: The venue opens at 6:30 pm and the show begins at 8 pm. We suggest arriving early. Upon arrival, tell the host you're with MAA. We'll sit together at tables lit by tealights. MAA will provide a few shared appetizers. The venue has a full bar where you can purchase cocktails, beer, wine, soda, etc. You're welcomed to sketch or just enjoy the show.
Address/parking: AMP by Strathmore is at 11810 Grand Park Ave. in North Bethesda. Parking info
About AMP by Strathmore: AMP by Strathmore is an intimate music venue in the Pike & Rose shopping area in North Besthesda. It is run by the Strathmore arts center, and profits support Strathmore’s mission to present and produce exemplary arts programs for diverse audiences, create dynamic arts education experiences, and nurture creative ideas and conversations that advance the future of the arts.