Join us for an exclusive artistic experience as the Summer sun sets over Atlanta’s Beltline. Enjoy an artist led painting session creating an image of your choice in a novel space:
The Beltline Studio’s renovated telephone factory, originally built in 1938.
Hosted by nsoro Scholar & emerging artist Jasmine Myrick
7:00 PM Tuesday, July 24
$100 Single Admission
$250Single Admission + nsoro swag
$500Admission for 2 + name in raffle for a pair of Starfish Ball tickets
$1,000 Admission for 2 + 2 raffle entries for a pair of Starfish Ball tickets
+ Exclusive invite to elite Patron event with Radcliffe Bailey
The Beltline Studio
828 Ralph McGill Blvd NE Studio 118 Atlanta, GA 30306
Only 65 Seats Available – Reserve yours today!
Proceeds benefit The nsoro Foundation’s Scholarship Program
Valet Parking Available
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The Meaning of nsoro
Our name is derived from the Ghanan term nsoromma, meaning “children of the heavens.” We believe that youth in foster care–with so few blood ties they can claim–are part of a more divine family.Our name is always spelled with a lowercase “n” as a constant reminder that what matters most is our accountability to these “children of the heavens.”