Don’t forget about Second Street Gallery’s Brews with a View benefit concert on the rooftop of the City Center for Contemporary Arts, with music by The Founding Fathers and Nathan Moore. September 18. $15 gets you a show and plenty of keg beer from Devils Backbone Brewery. On Tuesday, September 18th, we’ll be celebrating the…
This is like a year old, so I’m amazed I never stumbled on it. But this is great! A mural created on the free speech wall by Sam Welty that is a homage to comedian Daniel Tosh. It’s trip! And it only has 356 views!
Studio Baboo is adding art exhibit space to their upscale Boutique. The first exhibit will feature paintings by Donna Redmond [pictured here], photography by Tim McDaniel and art quilts by Evelyn Braintwain. The exhibit runs from September 7 through November 25. First Friday reception on September 7 from 4-7 pm.
The Look3 Festival of the Photograph just got a nice plug from the photo editors of TIME magazine, who write about the festival’s curators this year–National Geographic photographer Vincent Musi and Washington Post visuals editor David Griffin–who put in plugs for the DTM as a location. “There’s a coffee house and it’s right outside of…
As part of the Look3 Photo Festival, Hank Willis Thomas‘ photos of African-American athletes juxtapose present and past for a head-turning, stand and look exhibit right next to the free speech wall on the DTM. Check it out.
Local photographer Rob Garland with a beautiful portrait of an engaged couple on the DTM. Patriotic and sexy at the same time! Garland has shot for the The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Southern Living, among other publications. And, of course, does weddings. Check out his website here.
That’s how many of them were handed out on the DTM yesterday, courtesy of volunteers from the Jefferson-Madision Regional Library, who gave them to passersby on little scrolls. Did you get one? It’s Poetry Month, you know.