Homewood Studios Events Archive
April 18, 2014- May 20, 2014
On Sunday, April 27th, an original radio drama about the 60s Northside written by Christina Ham, accompanied by original music by local musician/composer John Penny, will be performed live and broadcast at the Dakota Jazz Club.
In conjunction with this event, Kevin Barns of KBEM-FM, the visionary behind Northside Noir, has invited Homewood Studios to create an exhibition by artists with connections to the Northside.
Contributing artists have been invited to submit recent and new work on the theme of what "the Northside" means to their work as artists.
Opening Reception Friday, April 18th from 6p to 9p
Artists' Panel & Gallery Talk: the Meaning of "The Northside" Tuesday, April 22nd beginning at 7p
Reading by Northside Writers Tuesday, April 29 beginning at 7p
Musing on Things Northside, Tuesday, May 6th beginning at 7p Christina Ham, who recently wrote The Black Hand Side That Feeds You, a radio drama (performed on April 27th at the Dakota Jazz Club), and John Penny, local musician and composer of the score for the radio drama, in conversation - spoken and musical - with the audience.
All events free and open.
Artists wishing to submit work for consideration, please click here for call for art information.