Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Home is where the heART is - New Urban Arts' Annual Fundraiser

I am dropping off this piece to New Urban Arts, for their annual Fundraiser this THURSDAY.

NUA is an amazing after school arts program.
You should support them.

here is what they have to say for themselves.

Home is where the heART is - New Urban Arts' Annual Fundraiser
Thu, May 12, 7pm – 9pm

Put on your fuzzy slippers, slip on your favorite bathrobe and make yourself at a home that has REAL heART… "The feelings I have experienced are magical. New Urban Arts is in many ways a home, filled with family, & art. New Urban Arts is one of the most important things to me in the world." –New Urban Arts Student Join us for “Home is where the heART is”, our annual benefit on May 12, 2011 in our studio to celebrate the creative home we’re providing for our young people. • Support our NATIONALLY recognized arts mentoring programs • Meet some of our young artists and Artist Mentors • Silent auction of artwork and arts “experiences” • Join in recognizing those who have demonstrated unwavering commitment to New Urban Arts • See your friends, meet some new ones and have fun!

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Feels Like Flying

I sang tenor in a 4 part harmony Like A Prayer choir with 6 members of the ASSEMBLY OF LIGHT CHOIR and the band CAVE OF COLORS. What did you do this weekend? Can't top that can you?

This performance was part of Madonnarama, a benefit for Girls Rock RI!---where musicians took on the pop songs as a challenge and an honor.

I "designed" the costumes.
Meaning I got some fabric and passed out some of my masks I made for the WITH OUT YOU I'M NOTHING exhibit.

I did.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Required Reading (3 Days left of the Magical Child Repository Exhibit)

I am slowing down a little on this blog as I finally transition to a real portfolio site. (I'll give you the URL as soon as there is something to show).

So I am a little late posting these BUT they are worth the wait.

Art Middleton the Curator of the Magical Child Repository is maintaining a blog here about the project. And since he is a real writer, it is great to read.

Greg Cook did a nice write up of the whole show for the Providence Phoenix here