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Performing and visual arts are hot in New Orleans this week

Performing and visual arts are hot in New Orleans this week
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By Hoodline - Published on December 19, 2019.

If you're a fan of the arts, mark your calendars: There's plenty to do when it comes to artsy events in New Orleans this week, from painting to creating glass masterpieces.

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Wait, What? - A Comedy Show + Drinking Game

From the event description:

Maybe you've been to a million comedy shows, or maybe you've never been to one because your affinity for laughter and drinking games just never crossed paths. At this event, comedians perform their sets and every time they do something or say something on the list, you take a drink! 

When: Saturday, Dec. 21, 9 p.m.
Where: 1648 Gentilly Blvd.

Click here for more details, and to get your tickets

Up to 53% Off BYOB Painting Class

From the Paint & Jrink deal description:

These are festive gatherings, during which an instructor walks groups through the creation of a painting. With subjects from purses to the New Orleans skyline, they're all beginner-friendly and fun to paint, especially with a glass of wine in hand.

Where: 1237 Poland Ave., Bywater
Price: $16. Other ticket options are available.

Click here for more details, and to score this deal

Classes at Pollack Glass Studio and Gallery

From the Pollack Glass Studio and Gallery deal description:

Pollack Glass Studio and Gallery offers various workshops and classes where students can learn how to manipulate hot glass over an open flame. Participants can create their own glass masterpieces during classes with professional instructors. All materials are included.

Where: 4132 Magazine St., Uptown and Carrollton
Price: $40. Other ticket options are included.

Click here for more details, and to nab this deal


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