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Friday, Feb.5: Crayola Girl: The Crayon Takes Manhattan

on Wed, 01/20/2016 - 16:52


 Katelyn Fay - Sophia in Delray 

Crayola Girl: The Crayon Takes Manhattan
Katelyn and Sophia's very first collaborative art show, CRAYOLA GIRL: THE CRAYON TAKES MANHATTAN. These CRAYOLA GIRLS have a variety of paintings, drawings, digital photo collages, site specific installations, video art, and wearable art brewing in their enormous pot dripping with melting pink and orange crayons and scented CRAYOLA markers too! 

Many of the pieces that will be shown embody the experiences Sophia and Katelyn have had individually and together in the past year and a half, living in New York as well their

Saturday, Jan. 30: empty room: an art exhibition

on Tue, 01/19/2016 - 15:55

empty room: an art exhibition 

empty room: an art exhibition is a minimalistic show featuring new work by artist, writer, and filmmaker Kelley Brannon. On exhibit, will be her new time-lapse jazz song video, Empty Chair (2016) and the first four smoke drawings from her third series, The Digital Age (2015). empty room: an art exhibition celebrates the less rather than the more and directly reflects Brannon's themes of isolation, singularity, technology, and economic class. 

In Empty Chair, Brannon uses time-lapse, contrast, and empty space to support the emotive qualities of a jazz song

Friday, Jan 29: THE MOVEMENT

on Tue, 01/19/2016 - 00:00

THE MOVEMENT 
FRIDAY, JAN. 29 2016
6PM
$5.00

The Movement is a Jazz/Soul ensemble from Brooklyn, NY.The Texas-born pianist Emanuel Smith brings a classical sensibility in his approach to jazz.Vocalist Lakeia Shaneen has honed an eclectic, soothing vocal style with gospel roots. 

Emanuel Smith PIANO 
Lakeia Shaneen VOCALS 
Boone Kwon VOCALS
Jeremy Bonnet BASS 
Darryl Todman DRUMS 
Adrian Andrews GUITAR
Rogerst Charles SAXOPHONE 
Taj KD LYRICIST 

 

http://www.lakeiashaneencreates.com/

Thursday, Jan. 28: Camilo Hernandez Amaya

on Mon, 01/11/2016 - 18:41

Camilo Hernandez´s work expresses, in a very modern manner, his interest in the most classical foundations of painting: color and the human form. His visual search is made up of a solid and vibrant pallet, of figures that move in between the urban and the surreal, bodies that seem to melt on the canvas only to transform themselves into other things, into text, into clouds, into lines, into dots and gestures. 

Likewise, his most recent photographic work, reveals a more conceptual view regarding his surroundings.

Monday, Jan. 18: Pollinating Ríos Vivos

on Mon, 01/11/2016 - 18:36

Pollinating Ríos Vivos 
7PM

http://polinizaciones.blogspot.com/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1649766915273874/

The Beehive Design Collective and Movimiento Ríos Vivos presents a multimedia journey about arts, media and land defense in South America with original photographs, maps and short films accompanied by live narration. Pollinating Rios Vivos shares a glimpse into communities that are defending their territories in the face of resource extraction industries. 

Come to hear stories from Ríos Vivos Colombia, a social movement made up of communities impacted by dams that are

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