I hope you are well and enjoying the summer.
Please join me on Sunday, July 31st, as I embark on another creative adventure with the amazing Marjorie Eliot, as part of my exhibit “Boundless – The Women of the Mansion,” at the Morris-Jumel Mansion museum, the oldest house in Manhattan (Performance from 1-2:30pm, closing reception to follow.)
More news: Extended dates and traveling exhibition!
“Boundless – The Women of the Mansion,” Outdoor on view through July 31, indoor exhibit ion view through August 21st.
I am excited to announce that the outdoor exhibit will travel to four New York City gardens from the end of August through the end of October 2016, stay tuned for details.
Thank you for your continued support and see you at the mansion!
Attached: Invite (Pdf) Photo by Michael Palma
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1772773612939163/
“LIVE ART & LIVE JAZZ EXPERIENCE”
Performance 1-2:30pm, reception to follow.
A special Live Art and Music Experience, featuring the musical talents of jazz legend Ms. Marjorie Eliot, and live painting by award-winning visual artist Andrea Arroyo.
Ms. Arroyo and Ms. Eliot have been engaged in a creative collaboration for over three years.
This event is presented in conjunction with Ms. Arroyo’s current exhibition and artist residency “Boundless – The Women of the Mansion”
ANDREA ARROYO’s “Boundless – The Women of the Mansion”
Outdoor exhibit: EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 31st, 2016.
Indoor exhibit EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST 21st, 2016.
About the artists: Ms. Marjorie Eliot is a celebrated musician, actress and playwright, she hosts the acclaimed Parlor Jazz concerts every Sunday since 1993, keeping the jazz tradition alive by featuring veteran performers and up and coming musicians, and attracting audiences from all over the world.
Ms. Andrea Arroyo is a visual artist with an extensive trajectory. She has received numerous recognitions, including Clinton Global Citizen Award Artist, Outstanding Woman of New York, 21 Leaders for the 21st Century and Official Artist of the Latin Grammys. Ms. Arroyo’s work has been published in The New Yorker and The New York Times and has been the subject of over 150 features in the international media.
Photo by Michael Palma Mir.