Digital Drink + Draw Tuesday
March 16, 2021
at the Flux Factory
Please join us for another virtual Drink + Draw on Tuesday, March 16, 7-9:30pm EST!!
Zoom link will be sent upon Registration.
BYOB + art supplies.
Hosted by Lexy Ho-Tai (@lexymakesthings, she/her)
Everybody is welcome! 7-9:30pm EST. Feel free to drop in for part of it. Bring your own drawing materials and a beverage of your choice. $5-20 suggested donations are very appreciated, which will go towards tipping our INCREDIBLE models. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Note: 15% of donations will go towards Flux Factory. Thank you for supporting artists and arts organizations! <3
Q: Where does it take place?
A: Good ole’ Zoom! Links will be sent upon registration.
Q: Is it okay if I come late for the Drink + Draw?
A: Yes! The event is ‘drop-in’ style, so come through any time between 7-9:30pm. Stay for as long as you can!
Q: Do we have to share our drawings?
A: Not at all! In between sets, we spent about 5 minutes sharing our drawings (i.e. holding them up to the screen and being spotlit). It’s a very supportive environment, as folks often say encouraging words about the drawings. However, this is totally optional – if you’d prefer not to share, that is absolutely okay!
Q: Is it free?
A: Yes! If you’re in the position to support, we do have a $5-20 suggested donation, which goes towards tipping the models and 15% will go towards Flux Factory. All the models are volunteering their time, so this is very appreciated. However, no one is turned away due to lack of funds, and you can show gratitude to the models in other ways: sharing your drawings, following their creative practices, etc.
If you have any more questions, an interest in modeling or Access Needs, please reach out!
If you have any Access Needs or questions about the event, please reach out to [email protected] Hope to see you there!
Stories Survive: Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff
March 21, 2021
Museum of Jewish Heritage
As a small child, Dr. Miriam Klein Kassenoff fled her Nazi-occupied hometown of Kosice, Slovakia (then Czechoslovakia) along with her parents and infant brother. They remained on the run and in open hiding for seven months—during which they had several narrow escapes, including an arrest in Spain—until they reached Lisbon, Portugal, where they joined tens of thousands of Jewish refugees awaiting ships to the United States. With the assistance of HIAS, Dr. Klein Kassenoff and her parents were rescued from Portugal in 1941, boarding one of the last ships to safety.
Dr. Klein Kassenoff became the founding director of the University of Miami Holocaust Teacher Institute. She is also the Education Chairperson at the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach, Florida, and the Education Specialist for Holocaust Studies for Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Join Dr. Klein Kassenoff for a Stories Survive program exploring her family’s journey of perseverance and escape.
A $10 suggested donation enables us to present programs like this one. We thank you for your support.