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+19 EVENT - (Toronto) The Keyhole Sessions : Fight Club at Mod Club

This is it, people. The final Session.

It's been an amazing ride of 90 life-drawing Sessions. From humble beginnings at Lower Ossington Theatre, to larger drawing extravaganzas at The Great Hall and Revival, it's time to move on the even bigger and better.

We're retiring the monthly life-drawing portion of TKS to make room for more photographic events and erotic film production, starting in 2013.

Our models are some of the most amazing people we've ever met, and our lives are all the better for it. As Madame, I'm honoured to have had so many amazing women grace our stage {and some pretty cool men}, and so many fabulous artists draw for posterity. We're all proud of the sex positive community we've created and we hope to see you at our future events.

Until then, we invite you to celebrate with us, as only we know how: with booze and naked women.

Come draw TWENTY models, filling all corners of The Mod Club, in a grand homage to Missy Suicide's photo essay of Fight Club. If you haven't seen the photos, make sure you take a peek:

Come draw
Ali Kat
Bella Fox
Betty Quirk
Dolores del Fuego
Jennifer Rose
Kitty Kerosene
Maggie May
Miss Elle Towe
Miss Finch
Miss S
Nymph Suicide
Sid Licious
Suki Tsunami

JP Robichaud tying

When the drawing stops, we'd love for you to continue to party with us. So make sure you get a good's night rest during the weekend previous, and prepare to call in sick the morning after. Because the night's going to be a doozy, and there is no better way to ring in the holidays.

Location: The Mod Club, 722 College Street
Doors and bar at 7pm.
Drawing from 7:30 to 10:30ish
Party right after

$25 at the door. Sorry, no student discounts for this one.

*All artists must come with supplies. We regrettably cannot grant entry to those without supplies.

*We reserve the right to expel anyone whose behaviour does not meet our code of conduct. So don't be a dick.
Media Source: The Keyhole Sessions Facebook Page


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