Cultured Cocktails For Monica And Jorge's Spa Art Experience

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Come hang out and support our latest creative initiative. We have been having conversations that explore our curandera spiritual healing experiences and practices, and we are working to translate these traditions into a spa day ritual. We are working to hold public interventions, performances and rituals and to create objects that speak to the contradiction of self-care and consumerism and also promote healthy living thru a decolonization of our beauty and skin care routines. Come have a drink and help us build momentum as we start this exploration at Fresh Art's upcoming Cultural Cocktail event on March 9th, 2017, 5pm to 7pm taking place at Boheme, 307 Fairview St. Ahi te watcho!

On March 9th, We will recieve 10% of all drink sales within the 5:00-8:00PM time frame. Please come out and have a drink and support our new aesthetic exploration and collaboration!

Let's smooth out our fine lines and exfoliate our memory
Pamper our sanity and undress our stress
The road to wellness is not a highway, buffet or bestseller
it's a bed of zempasuchil and crystals in a hot bath
Relax, you are already beautiful.

About Cultured Cocktails
Fresh Arts’ Cultured Cocktails at Boheme Cafe’ & Wine Bar has become a popular weekly event that has grown tremendously over the past few years. Participating organizations receive 10% of all drink sales during the 5:00PM -7:00PM happy hour. Cultured Cocktails is a community-building fundraiser in celebration of the arts, and, since its inception in 2008, it has raised more than $72,000 for Houston Area artists and arts organizations.

About Boheme
Drawing inspiration from over 20 years of traveling, owner and Houston Native, Morgan Holleman, carefully crafted this neighborhood bar to showcase the art, culture, and flavors he most adored from around the world. Boheme’s refurbished historical building is nestled in the quaint and lively Montrose area and is surrounded by a 6,000-square-foot garden adorned with Shona stone sculptures from Zimbabwe. Inside, authentic steel-frame windows, original brick walls, cozy couches, and antique light fixtures from Germany, France and England grace the space with a subtle old world vibe. Boheme is a place where every Houstonian can feel worlds away or right at home.
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