Trinity Arts - LIVE! -- The FEB-r-r-r-r-r-rUARY Show
Trinity Arts - LIVE!
A fun evening of excellent music, top notch poetry and friends.
REVIEW: The January Show was sooooo good. We are so privileged so have such talent grace our path. AGAIN, a massive Thank You to: Faint Image (Richard & Vicki Blackwell) & Mimo Morreale, Uryon Adams, Sonya Javette, Darryl Ratcliff and the wonderful videos from the creative minds of James Michael Starr and The Studio! The continuously running silent videos in the Electronic Gallery via digital projector on the big screen next to the stage added an especially fascinating dimension to the entire evening. And how can we thank Scott Dorn with Pegasus News enough for his evening long photo journaling and his posting of a sample of these online! I have a feeling we may be seeing more of him and his camera in months to come, in several ways. And... THANK YOU for showing up to support these excellent artists. It takes al lot of work from a lot of people to make a single show possible. Yet, without your attendance and visual support for these amazing artists... we simply will not continue to exist. Believe me when I say that every single person who shows up to our shows and perhaps even brings friends, is deeply appreciated.
NOTE: After this Tuesday's show (yes, it is happening a week earlier than normal) we will be producing the show on the 2nd Wednesday of each month! This is for you. Hopefully this will better fit into our growing audience's schedule a little better than Tuesdays.
THIS TUESDAY, Feb. 16:
In our crazy back-to-back fashion you can expect to actually see our Host, Justin Nygren introducing all of these performers:
Faint Image (Richard & Vicki Blackwell with Mimo Morreale) playing in varying capacities throughout the show
Uryon Adams (This amazing 11 yr.old prodigy CONTINUES to amaze our community with his wide ranging repertoire! You MUST see and meet this talented and gracious young man.)
David Hooten, Singer, Songwriter and Poet
Gary Brown, Singer, Songwriter and Poet
Featured Poet: Ron Davison. The Renaissance Man himself, a devotee of multiple art disciplines will not only be sharing his poetry with us, but his percussive music also as he sits in with Faint Image this night!
Featured Visual Artist: Photographer, Chip Redd. Catch his great photoworks as they are displayed on our Electronic Gallery all night long. AND: Chip will share with us about the 2 year project in Spain he is about to begin!
Featured Videos: VideoPoem selections from RANT and RAVE. TWO moving and creative videopoems from this series will be inserted throughout the show.
AND OUR FEATURE PERFORMER... CORY DENSON!!! Yes, he's back! This highly skilled and warm singer/songwriter will quickly win you over. Just sit back and enjoy.
And as usual... this is all for FREE!!!!!!!!! Great artists. Great art. A fantastic community of instant friends and much FUN. HEY: This is the best deal going! Please do yourself a big treat and support these artists simply by your presence.
Street parking in downtown Dallas after 6pm is also FREE!!!
This entire night is our gift to you. PLEASE: Bring everyone you know (and your cameras!) and they will love you forever and so will our artists. NOTE: Please email us your photos so we can share them with our growing online community by posting them here and on our Facebook page!
NOW... The Facts:
The Door Opens at 6:15pm.
The SHOW starts at 7:00pm and goes "non-stop"until around 10 - 10:15pm. Hey, it's a week night so we won't go too late.
WHERE : The Backbeat Cafe and Listening Room,
300 N. Akard St., Dallas, TX 75202 (click HERE for directions)
WHEN : Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Why Do WE Do This?
This is a wonderful, fun-filled event designed to accomplish a few things. First: We love to bring great artist related efforts and causes to the public's attention. You really do need to know of these and the ways you can personally support them. Originally, we promoted and raised support for the Trinity Arts Conference ( http://www.trinityartsconference.com/ ). This is perhaps the most unique arts community you will ever encounter however, they have recently determined to take the year of 2010 off; call it a Year of Jubilee. So, each month now we are now promoting and educating folks regarding a different, very worthwhile effort, cause or project, typically involvingone or more artists within our own community. (What a great idea, eh?) In coming months, be prepared to learn of the some of the most interesting and "support worthy" things happening within and around our arts community!
Second: We are all about building and growing community. When you arrive... you become family. We offer amazing and very diverse artists an excellent venue where they can share their creations with a diverse, constantly expanding, attentive and appreciateive audience; often one they would not typically find on their own. What a great combination.
And... we offer you the most fast-paced and diverse monthly venue for stimulating arts entertainment that you will find in the metroplex. Constantly changing, every show is designed to hopefully introduce you to something new. It is the PERFECT mid-week complement to your week-end arts schedules.
Oh, did I mention... there is still no admission charge. What a deal. Bring a date, spouse, family, friend or total stranger. If you desire, please feel free to just drop whatever you may want into the "Mailbox at the Door" for the causes you want to support (a tip jar for the house band will also be available). Please come out and support these artists who are volunteering their time and talents for this most excellent event (that means their only pay is your presence and appreciation and a blessing none of us can touch).
Your being there... makes our night!
*PLEASE pass this announcement on to: Everyone!
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