Join in for a night of spontaneous live entertainment and artistic fusion creations featuringMUSIC/LIVE VIDEO ART INSTALLATIONS BY Adrian Loving &
LIVE PAINTING BY MICHAEL GUILD & MARIA BRISKMAN
It’s a Fusion, moreover it’s an artistic Fusion integrating the best of local artistic community.
Event is FREE but Must RSVP https://
ADRIAN LOVING – For nearly a decade, Adrian Loving has created the musical soundtrack for coveted events throughout Washington, DC, New York, Miami, Sand Francisco, and abroad. His resume includes such clients as Pharrell Williams for his DC launch of Qream Liqueur, the W Hotel, BET, Downtonw DC, Art Basel: Miami, the Smithsonian’s national Museum of African Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art, DCModern Luxury, and the House of Sweden. He has also been featured in the Washington Post, Ebony Magazine, Washingtonian, DC Modern Luxury, Capitol File, and was the face of a national Verizon ad campaign in 2005. In 2011, he was selected as the official DC brand ambassador and DJ artist for the Elie Tahari and Rag& Bone district stores. In 2012 he performed for the Thomson Reuters WHCA event. Loving received his BFA in Graphic Design from Howard University and an MFA in Museum Exhibition Planning & Design from the University of The Arts, Philadelphia. Loving currently works as an adjunct professor of Graphic Design at Marymount University. Facebook.com/AdrianLoving
MICHAEL GUILD – is a Japanese/Iranian artist. He has a career background as a graphic designer and web developer specializing in user interface with accessibility. As a kid, he used to try to mimic the techniques of comic book and anime artists. Later on, he took to graffiti and followed some other artists who did experimental things with graphic design. After, messing with several different mediums, he decided to focus on combining these different mediums so that they could complement and communicate a message or feeling. Currently, Michael is working on a “Disco Zoo” collection with the idea of inspiring people to take notice of the fine details of animals in an appreciation for nature as a whole. With this gained appreciation of nature and life, the ideas of how we as humans impact the world will hopefully allow us to gain some perspective on the choices we make on a daily basis that impact life around us.
“Square with me” by MARIA BISKMAN :
SQUARE WITH ME is abstract portrait painting.
EVENT IS FREE TO ATTEND WITH REGISTRATION!
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