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Fall-themed virtual paint night event set for Oct. 30

09.29.2020 | By: Texas Wesleyan University
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Do you need something fun to do on a Friday night? Well, have we got the answer for you! The Theta Omicron chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, the national theatre honor society, will be holding another one of their popular paint nights on Friday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. via Zoom and you're invited!

How will this virtual event work, you ask? You’ll need to register online and pick between two registration options, and we’ll do the rest.

  • $30- Registration includes all the supplies needed for the paint night (canvas, brushes, paint, etc.) and access to the event Zoom link. (Must register by Oct. 22 to receive supplies.)
  • $15- Use your own art supplies and we’ll provide access to the event Zoom link.
    • Supplies neeed:
      • 12x12 canvas
      • 1/2 in and rounded brush
      • Paint in the following colors: Ultramarine blue, white, black, raw umber (brown), cobalt blue, forest green and golden yellow

The night of the event, participants will be shown step-by-step how to create a fall-themed work of art of their very own!

About the Artist

Jennye James ’10 graduated with a theatre arts degree and will be leading the paint night instruction from the Claudia Stepp Scene Shop. 

As a student, she worked on several productions, including La Ronde (Scenic Design), Macbeth (Technical Director), Dr. Chekhov’s Vaudevilles (Scenic Artist), and lighting design for Terra Nova, The Woman in Black and Working. Currently, Jennye is the Theatre Wesleyan scene shop foreman.

Jennye continues to work on shows in the DFW area. Theatres she has previously worked for include Amphibian Stage Productions, Jubilee Theatre, Theatre Arlington and Casa Mañana, among others. 

If you have any questions about the event, contact the TXWES alumni office at 817-531-6548 or alumni@txwes.edu.

Proceeds from this event will benefit The Theta Omicron chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, a national theatre honor society.

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