Hot for Teacher

Looking for a fun, nonjudgmental environment where booze runs freely, women are scantily clad and you can explore your creative side? (Artistically speaking; get your mind out of the gutter.) Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School focuses in providing just that, and this Sunday the doctor is in the house. Break out your pencils and sketch pads and for chrissake wipe the drool off your lip — you’ll want to be ready and alert when your model, American Pin Up doll Flossie Carmichael, takes the stage and pops a hip. In addition to making your most stunning Carmichael rendering, there will be drinking, drawings with prizes and live music to keep your pencil tapping. If you want to jump in and draw, there’s a $10 fee; if you just want to drink and ogle, well that’s free but you’ll look creepy. Dr. Sketchy’s class runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at LaGrange, 2704 Elm St., Deep Ellum. Call 214-741-2008, or visit drsketchysdallas.com.
Sun., Feb. 12, 4-7 p.m., 2012
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