Music Meets Arts Opening Reception

Categories:  Events    Arts & Culture/Entertainment    Music
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 at 8:06 AM
Music Meets Arts Opening Reception by Alex Bieler

While World of Music has sonic compositions down pat, the instrument emporium will add another version of art to their facilities for a week. The local music store will celebrate the second annual Music Meets Art Show/Sale this spring, starting with an opening reception at 5 p.m. Friday, May 2.

For a whole week, World of Music will be showcasing works of art among the instruments, blending treats for the ears and eyes during store hours after the reception through Saturday, May 10. Local singer-songwriter extraordinaire Zack Orr will help kick off the Show/Sale with a performance of his lovingly-crafted tunes. Music-themed submissions from various artists will be up for sale to provide a feast for the eyes while hors d’oeuvres from La Bella will provide some great grub for your taste buds to complete a night that will reward all your senses. Even more, the $10 entry fee from every art submission, as well as any donations from you wonderful people, will benefit The ANNA Shelter, a local nonprofit animal welfare organization.

With a wonderful combination of great music, cool art, tasty grub, and the satisfaction of helping adorable animals in need, Music Meets Art Opening Reception makes for a cool event on so many levels.  — Alex Bieler

5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 2 // 1355 W. 26th St. // 459.2585

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