New Territory Arts Association Presents: Spring Art Hop
Published by The Livery
Friday 16th of March 2018
5:00 PM - 11:45 PM
Celebrate all things Spring with nearly a dozen entertainment venues, all within walking distance of one another!
5:15pm- Firk Yeah, It's Friday! We're tapping a specialty firkin of Saltzman Pilsner with extra additions Zuper Saaz to kick off the Art Hop festivities.
5-9pm: The Livery is proud to debut our new art display by local artist Markianna Svorec entitled "From Me to You".
Markianna Svorec – Artist / Painter / Vintage Fashion
Markianna started painting in 2016 on a whim. Finding it to be both soothing and rewarding, she has since been learning with her paintings. Although she is fairly new to the scene she has already sold paintings to couples in Indiana and Michigan. As her art is taking off, she is very excited to have the ability to create such fun works of expression. Her art takes people to a fun place in their heart where canvas meets the inner workings of Markianna’s happiness and blues. When she isn’t managing Sundance Studios Event Space, she enjoys Vintage fashion, Vintage décor, museums, animals and personal connections. Markianna is humbled and honored to be a part of the 2018 Spring Art Hop, and looks forward to meeting creative souls like hers.
9pm: After party with Poobah!
Join us for the NTAA Art Hop after-party with the legendary Poobah!! Poobah's 1972 debut album, "Let Me In", has cemented their status as Rock n' Roll legends, and ultimately, the "most collectible Psychedelic Rock Band in the World!" (The album was produced by Billy Cox, bassist from Jimi Hendrix Experience!)
$7adv/$10 at door - 8:30 doors/9pm show - TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
This band has toured the world with the likes of Foghat, Uriah Heep, Alice Cooper, James Gang, ZZ Top and many more!! Rolling Stone's David Fricke even listed in them in the 2010 Top Ten List for most-wanted reissue; and Guitar World, along with Classic Rock magazine all sing the praises of this world-wide phenomenon! Having played at the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame over 12 times, we can't wait to bring Poobah into our house!
Don't forget to try our awesome St. Patty's Day themed pizza: The Reuben! Hand-tossed spent-grain dough with honey caraway mustard, house made corned beef stewed in Blacksmith Stout, sauerkraut, baby Swiss, topped with a sprinkle of caraway seeds.
3 Pillars Music-
Help us celebrate our 4th Anniversary with all things records and music!
Opening Reception for Robert Williams:
ARS Gallery is excited to share the works of Robert Williams. Come join us for our opening reception from 6-9 pm, and meet the artist! Enjoy small bites, libations & live music.
About the Artist:
Robert R. Williams specializes in portraits in pastel and oil and is known for the realistic yet vibrant skin tones he achieves in his pastels. He has completed hundreds of charcoal portraits done on location at street fairs and art fairs throughout the mid-west and has completed many commissioned pastels and oils from his studio in the Box Factory for the Arts in St. Joseph, MI where he has been teaching portrait drawing and painting for the last 20 years.
Water Street Glassworks-
Join us in the studios to celebrate the arrival of Spring! Enjoy glassblowing demos, refreshments, and choose from an array of handmade beer mugs created by our talented team of glassblowers for your St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
Spring has sprung in the gallery and you will find fresh glassy flowers and shamrocks along with newly hatched chicks and eggs to celebrate the arrival of Spring. Your purchase supports WSG programming.
The GhostLight is opening its doors at 123 Hinkley Street (the "FUN" building next to the Citadel/Oak Room) with a~lumen~nation, a project based on its mission to ‘illuminate the arts and culture of Benton Harbor and its Arts District’. The GhostLight is committed to honest storytelling through thought-provoking theatre that conveys, illuminates and empathizes with the human experience. Founder/Artistic Director Paul Mow has brought together a team of local artists (Andy Sawyer, Meredith & Jason George and Larry Underwood) who have designed moving images, solar powered shadows and fractural projections that will transform the future theatre performance space into an alluring atmosphere of imminent spring awakening Come help them light the fire of this new Benton Harbor endeavor! There will also be a sneak preview of the LMC College production of the musical HAIRSPRAY at the end of the evening! www.ghostlightbh.com
Other participating venues include: The Galleries at 210 Water Street, Aveline Galleries, The Benton Harbor Public Library, and the Pheonix Coffeeshop.