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Art Night for Grown Ups @ ClickSpace

From the organizer: ART NIGHT for GROWN UPS is an art event series at spacebar every Tuesday geared toward inspiring creativity in adults.

The intention behind these events is to provide a comfortable, supportive, casual, and fun creative space and environment. There can be several blocks to allow ourselves the time and space to create, Art Night is created to help eliminate these by providing resources and space at an affordable price. Art Night for Grown Ups is a place where materials will be provided for you to explore and experiment in your own creative way while enjoying drink specials, listening to music, and meeting friends.


 

Tuesday, 11 June

7:00pm - 11:00pm

ClickSpace | Villa 15, Lane 76 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho, Hanoi

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