Creative Genius Connectors Salon
Posted by Small But Mighty Arts on July 11, 2016
Small But Mighty Arts and Artistic Rebuttal Book Project present a Creative Genius Connectors Salon for Philadelphia creatives, arts leaders, arts and culture administrators, “artrepreneurs” and arts lovers! Afterwards, stay and enjoy access to the Barnes First Friday! programming 7pm – 9pm with full access to the infamous art collection, special exhibitions, music and performances!
***August 5, 2016 EVENT DETAILS***
Arts & Culture Opportunities in the Community: Artists looking to work more collaboratively within the city and their communities can learn about dozens of opportunities to do so. We’re highlighting special guest community development and city leaders who are interested in working with our city’s awesome creative talent as well!
CONNECTORS SALON FEATURED GUEST(S): TBD
ADMISSION: Free for first 25 guests, $5 off admission for additional guests. Tickets available in-person only, first come/first available on the night of the event. *ATTENDEES MUST MENTION “CREATIVE GENIUS” AT CHECK-IN and must attend Salon to gain entry to First Friday! event.
Barnes’ First Friday:
LIGHT UP THE NIGHT – Brazilian group Minas plays bossa nova, a fusion of samba and jazz, and Cleonice Fonseca and Dendê Macêdo present Afro-Brazilian dance and drumming. Project Capoeira shares the traditional music and art form: a brilliant fusion of martial arts, dance, and acrobatics. Plus, a short talk on Nari Ward: Sun Splashed by Barnes Senior Instructor for Art and Aesthetics William Perthes. In partnership with Brazilian Day Philadelphia and Project Capoeira.
7–7:20 pm short talk
7:30–8:30 pm Afro-Brazilian dance/drumming and capoeira
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