The artists, writers and performers of A Somewhat Secret Place

Who is to be represented at the exhibition?

Since this project began, this has been the question on everyone’s minds. Now we know!

Last night we held a fundraising event at my home and we announced those accepted to be in the show.

We are blessed to have the art of:  Andrea O. Rosselle, Carmen Papalia and A.J. Iving, David Kidd, Erik Ferguson, Evan Shefleck, Gavin Eveland, Gwenn Seemel, Heather Zinger, John Kelting,  Joy Corcoran, Molly Garmire and Pat Krishnamurthy.

During the nights of the 9th and the 30th we will enjoy the writing of: Arwen Bird, Carmen Papalia, Charles King, Howard Edelman,  Jody J. Ramey, Emilia Murry Ramey and Nathan Say. Writers will only read once, so please do keep up on the developments here and on our twitter and FB for the dates and titles of readings.

From 6-9 pm on the 9th, guests will enjoy a performance by Carmen Papalia and A.J. Iving and a dance performance by Yulia Arakelyan titled “My Birth Place: Part 1.” Yulia does not typically perform in art spaces so this is a unique setting for her dance.

During the night of the 30th Elie Charpentier will not only perform the work accepted into the show, but she will play a full set. We hope that you will stop in for the music and stay for the art and conversation.

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