6th Floor (great views of the City of Boston!)
Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building, 2300 Washington Street, Roxbury, MA 02119
6 PM to 9 PM
Free and open to the public
For more information, contact Inner City Sanctuary for the Arts
The Inner City Sanctuary for the Arts is hosting an end of summer rooftop event! The purpose of this event is to raise awareness on the importance of sustaining creative spaces in Boston. The Imagine Dudley Campaign, a collaborative effort between Umbrella Marketing Group and ICSArts, will be launched at this event, as well as a new community service initiative, Empathy Matters.
This event is a great opportunity for those who have been with us for years, to come and enjoy themselves, and to also be brought up to speed on the direction of ICSArts. Tables with information on these aspects to our direction, a short presentation of the beginning stages of our campaign video, and spoken word relating to the theme of sustaining creative spaces are some of the things one can expect here.
The site for this is incredible, the 6th floor of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building is the geographic center of Boston, with a truly incredible view of the city.
A cash bar and complimentary light refreshments will be provided, along with music provided by Chas Bronz, and DJ Wezi. Art will be curated throughout the space by Jamilah Unique and Ethan Vogt of ICSArts, and media provided by Trend Stream Media.
The artwork is being curated by Ethan Vogt, and Jamilah Unique (the founder of Art Plug). If you haven't been to an Art Plug event, you are for a treat, as Jamilah's ability as a curator is truly impressive, and it will be an eclectic mix of local artists.
This is a FREE event, please come and enjoy yourself and see what ICSArts is about, and how you can support this cause. Donations will be appreciated and well received, however, all are welcome to attend.
Thank you to everyone for all of your support leading up to this point, and we are really excited to share our progress and direction with our community.