Date(s) - 09/17/2019
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Visual Arts
- 18 +
- Call for Artists
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Hey all you sketchy people! In lieu of San Francisco leather month celebrations, Miss Savvy is returning home and bringing something to Dr. Sketchy’s never seen before! Presenting her acclaimed “Good Bye Horses” act as seen performed around the Bay Area kink scene and Folsom Street Fair over the past few years.
Miss Savvy starts out as her schoolgirl character who is slowly turned into a leather horse by her strict teacher who reveals themselves as a dominatrix. Thru power exchange and dominance, an unexpected love story that incorporates BDSM elements is revealed.
Joining Miss Savvy on the stage will be the amazing kinkster Luna SF!
In case you haven’t got to draw the amazingly versatile Miss Savvy, she’s a flirty red haired vixen who’s easy on the eyes and hard on the guys.
It’s San Francisco’s tap dancing pinup sweetheart and what a sweet treat she is! Miss Savvy is a trained dancer, actress and model hailing from the depths of the Barbary Coast where she has been gracing the notorious variety show stages for the past decade.
She currently lives in Waikiki and produces “Savvy’s Surf Shack.” You may have seen her published in your favorite Rat Rodz of Bachelor Pad Magazine! She recently curated the annual Sailor Jerry Pin Up Pageant in Chinatown Honolulu!
- IG: @AlohaMissSavvy
And those wanting to know more about Luna SF, she currently hails from Seattle, but credits the Bay Area as where she came of age as a kinkster. From a young age, Luna was a spirited ballerina and performer working in as many artistic mediums as she could find. Luna came out as kinky at 19 and never looked back.
Her desire and devotion of Leather care and Boot blacking earned her the esteemed title of International Community Bootblack in 2011. With her platform, she has been able to connect subcultures and build community bridges as well as raise funds for Transgender Law Center, AIDS Emergency Fund, and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund.
Simultaneously, Luna’s lifelong love of music, DJ skills and working performance knowledge made her a “performers DJ” at Red Hot’s Burlesque where she enjoyed a nearly 2 year residency.
- IG: @dj.rosegold
Sponsored by Blick Art Materials
What is Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School?
Dr. Sketchy’s is the brainchild of Molly Crabapple. Since 2005, Dr. Sketchy’s has been the name in alternative drawing. From illegal flashmobs to the Museum of Modern Art, Dr. Sketchy’s has brought artists a rule-breaking cocktail of dames, drinking and drawing. Dr. Sketchy’s branches draw in over a hundred cities around the globe, from Akron to Zagreb. Whether you’re an artstar or a scribbling newbie, Dr. Sketchy’s is the perfect place to get your fill of life-drawing.
In San Francisco, we have a strong commitment to community. We believe that making art is about finding a great place to practice, with a community of like-minded folks. We celebrate our sometimes indescribable and important local culture. We get excited about our models and we hope that our excitement inspires the artists who attend.