Friday, July 16, 2010

Heavy Art Event

I was invited to do a live beat set/ create some beats live at this event. Should be a good time. I'll be down there Saturday and will have a specific time slot in the next few days. All art/music/fun lovers come check it out!!!

“Heavy” is a multicultural arts and music event to benefit the restoration of St. Joseph’s Church.The
four day event will feature a plethora of visual artists, musicians, and dancers showing and performing
live in St. Joseph’s Church. Over the four day event patrons will also enjoy exquisite food and drink
presented by some of the Capital Region’s finest restaurants...


St. Joseph's Church was designed by noted American Architect Patrick Keely. Since its dedication in 1860, St. Joseph’s Church has graced the downtown Albany skyline. In 1993 the church held its last service and was sold to a private owner and eventually becoming the property of the City of Albany. By the end of that transitional decade, the church building had deteriorated considerably and faced demolition.

In June 2003 the City transferred ownership of the church to Historic Albany Foundation. The Foundation immediately rose to the occasion to spearhead an effort to save St. Joseph's. Historic Albany Foundation hosted a series of public meetings to get community input on St. Joseph's future. The concerned citizens who attended those meetings overwhelmingly recommended that the building serve as a community resource.


The Marketplace Gallery

Located in Albany’s Industrial South end, The Marketplace Gallery has become Albany’s premier contemporary arts venue. The Marketplace Gallery showcases visual and performance artists from the Capital Region, NYC and beyond. The Marketplace Gallery has an artistic mission with a social goal: bring art to the people.
40 Broadway, Albany, NY 12202

Historic Albany Foundation

Historic Albany Foundation is a private, not-for-profit membership organization working to promote the preservation and appreciation of the built environment in and around the city of Albany. Since 1974, Historic Albany Foundation has fulfilled its mandate through public education, promotion and membership, provision of design and technical assistance, community projects, advocacy for endangered buildings, publications, tours, lectures and operation of an architectural parts warehouse.

89 Lexington Avenue, Albany, NY 12206
Phone: 518-465-0876

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