Live It, Breathe It Presents: Concrete Art - A Celebration of The Arts
Friday, March 22, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
LIVE IT, BREATHE IT
Concrete Art: A Celebration of The Arts
Grammy Nominated Luke James
Jasmine Mans, Chantia Singleton, Umoja African Dance Company,
Fusion Band, Steve Lovell,
Kean University: Wilkins Theater
1000 Morris Avenue
Union NJ, 07083
The Live It, Breathe It annual showcase was created to give aspiring artists an outlet to perform in front of a mass audience. The Live It Breathe It 2013 showcase speaks to the new wave of artists in our community; a new wave of appreciation and respect of the artistic field. In providing a stage for dancers, actors, singers, poets and visual artists, Live It, Breathe It contributes to this burgeoning movement. It is our most fervent endeavor to create a network of performers and creators that will usher in a progressive social and cultural change in our community and beyond.
Cocktail Hour –Networking Mixer
Hor' dourves - Art Exhibition
Arts advocates and artists alike can build valuable networks and relationships that will enable the growth and development of the creative community.
This two-hour main event will consist of a showcase of the performing arts including live music, vocal pieces, modern and African dance, drama, and spoken word.
When & Where
Live It, Breathe It
Live It, Breathe It is a collective of art advocators that, through targeted events catered to enterprising young artists, aim to cultivate a network of creators who support, uplift, educate, and enlighten one another. Live It, Breathe It strongly believes that art is a viable tool for social change; that through open dialogues and consummate artistic showcases, that the arts can truly set the tone for succeeding generations to aspire to culturally enriching creative ventures.
Evenings of jazz, art shows, live music gatherings, poetry readings, dance performances, and educationally geared enrichment programs all culminate to bring to the people truly inspired works that will remind them why the arts and artistically driven organizations are a much needed necessity to a prosperous and flourishing future. In this way Live It, Breathe It is in fact a movement that will bring about a renaissance; a reemergence of the arts as a prominent tool for social and cultural change.