The NoShows Arisit and Music Collective presents “Making Spirits Birghter”
The NoShows Artist and Music Collective is coming together again! This years event “Making Spirits Brighter”, will bring together nine eclectic artists from the Lehigh Valley and Brooklyn to the Blue Sky Cafe in Bethlehem, PA where we plan to entrance you with an experience for all of your senses. From pottery, paintings, and embroidered jewelry to photography, illustrations, and mosaics this group of NoShows Artists will visually please you to your core. DJ Discrete will be spinning his records and Space Station Beyond will bring a melodic delight to your ears. All the while Blue Sky Cafe will be providing light refreshments to quench your thirst and savoir your taste buds in celebration of their five year anniversary. This year the NoShows group is donating 20% of their proceeds to Joshua Kehler’s Seva Project India to help fight human trafficing. The NoShows Artist and Music Collective being die hard animal lovers has also teamed up with The Center for Animal Health and Welfare to collect kennel supply donations and provide information about the shelters adoptable animals.
Event is being held December 8th, 2012 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
The NoShows is a collective of artists and musicians who came together in 2007 with idea of having a community art show. The artist who showed their work and performed back in 2007 came together because of the large artistic community within Bethlehem, PA. Many of the artist had never shown their work to such a large and welcoming group prior to our first event.
Since 2007 the NoShows Collective has expanded and morphed into a well respected organization who hopes to use art to inspire and ignite the mind. We in the NoShows family would like to use our art to help bring awareness to local and global service projects or organizations in need.
We at the NoShows Collective feel art can unite a community and bring together like minded people as well break social barriers.
34 years young from Easton PA. A self taught mixed media artist and tattoo artist. “I use water color spray paint, colored pencils, and sharpie markers to create psychadelic mind scapes of nature, creatures of imagination, and city scapes that seem to grow from one into the other to create a type of art you have to really stare at for a bit until you see everything that’s going on. You can see more of my art on my Facebook, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org