Art Party

Art Party
Art Party


Bring your friends or come solo and meet some new ones.
Either way, you’ll mix & match & create some wild, mind-bending, revealing, humbling art-works together!

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Sweethearts may come and go, 
but good friends, as they say, are forever.
Valen-Friends Art Dinner Pizza Party
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020
6 - 8 PM
 at The MOD
46 Sanford Road, Pittsboro, NC 27312
Find out more about The MOD here:

❤️ The art exercises may reveal (sweet) things you never knew about your best buds, your BFFs, and the new friends you meet. They are designed to help you get to know (& love) each other better & deeper.

❤️ Build real friendships the old fashioned way - face to face, without a screen - through simple, fun art exercises & Good Food.

  • Make Art, Make Friends, & Dine Together for $37.34 per person (includes Paypal fee)
  • Dinner includes appetizers, salad, extraordinary pizza, & one glass of wine each. Vegan & gluten free options, too.
  • Space is limited - REGISTER HERE IN ADVANCE to save your spot!
  • PLEASE REGISTER BY Thursday night, Feb. 13th, at 11:58 PM, if possible, so we can prepare for you. Especially if you have dietary restrictions.

TO REGISTERClick HERE or on the “Add to Cart” button beneath the image at the top of the page. 

BIO: In case you don't already know: I am Stacye Leanza, a local artist, art teacher, and art coach who knows how to guide her students and clients to self-acceptance & authentic self-expression ...I have also learned a thing or two about what’s important in relationships. ; )

Feel free to e-mail me if you have any questions:

❤️ Wish you had a hot date for Valentine’s Day, but you just don’t?
❤️ Or perhaps you're not into the “couples” thing, & still want to celebrate the depths and delights of authentic friendship? 

 Bring out your exquisite self & see what happens! 
You never know who you'll meet. 

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This website is made possible by an Emerging Artists Grant from the Durham Arts Council with support from the North Carolina Arts Council, with funding from the state of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.