The Artists of Rubber City (AoRC) organization was founded in 1978 and has 140 members. The Silent Art Auction and Raffles fundraiser event is to help the AoRC thrive and increasingly give back to it the community. Since the organization is nonprofit, the donations earned from this event will help with the upkeep for the Box Gallery exhibition space and maintain the AoRC scholarship and grants. This event will have members and non-members artwork presented for auction with “buy-it-now” prices. This event will be advertised on 91.3 Akron/Canton the Summit FM radio, and has a continuing list of donating artists. The organization will raffle off items such as a year membership to the Akron Art Museum and a Don Drumm gift certificate. Local musicians will provide live entertainment, and “Sheepy Boo Peep” will make an appearance for a fine art performance.
Featured artists include the Akron Art Prize first place winner Ron White, Claudia and Michael from Zeber-Martell Clay Studio and Gallery, Don Drumm Studios and Gallery, Akrona Galleries, Mark Soppeland, John Sokol, Joan Colbert, Jack Valentine, Leona Bowser and many more
One of Cleveland's Hottest up and coming artist.. Come out and see for yourself.. its well worth the money to grab some friends and join in at the Symposium Friday Feb 8th..
Very impressive for a 17 year old. Looking forward to hearing what ya got on 1/20 with Velocity and 1/27 with Where Forever Dies at the House of Blues. Rock on!
This was an awesome show. He is a great guy and puts on the best tribute show anyone could ever ask for. SOUNDS INCREDIBLE!
THIS WAS AN AWESOME SHOW FROM START TO FINISH.......... KEEP UP THE JAMZ..........
$7 is pre-sale i think.
Good times ahead.......
The show was amazing! Doris sounded better than ever and her band was top notch. A great time was had by all. The joint was packed! Can't wait til she plays Nighttown again.
Never in a million years would I have dreamed that I would have the chance to see the fabulous Rita Coolidge up close and personal in this intimate night club setting. There were six of us in attendance and Rita and her band are better than ever. She warmed us up with some beautiful ballads:"We're all Alone", she rocked us with:"The way you do the things you do", and she got down to business with:"You ought to be with me." Rita and her drummer sang a delightful duet: Baby, it's cold outside" and Rita performed the James Bond theme song: "All Time High" to honor the James Bond film series 50th Anniversary. Rita touched our heart and souls with her beautiful rendition of the Cherokee national Anthem, sung in the Cherokee language. This was truly a treat to see & hear the "Delta Lady" in this wonderful setting at Nighttown!
This place will rock your face off!!!!!
It's really quite good too...Haven't been there for a number of years but I thoroughly enjoyed it when we went....
So far the place is crowded at 9:00 and it's a lot of fun!
The show was awful. Alex Potamusrenko was obviously a little boozed up, along with baby bro Peter InToxIcated. I mean, what a joke !! Would NEVER see this band again. Don't know why a classy place like Wilberts would book these knuckleheads. Please, get better talent.
Yay~!! This boy is preregistered!!!!!
Gato's Gullah Gumbo is a very good local Roots/Reggae band that you'll be hearing more and more of. Former WCSB DJ, Ras Gato, keeps his love of world music alive through this new local collective! Well worth the ticket!
This was an incredible concert performed to a packed house. The music of the Speedbumps was perfectly backed up by the CSO, with beautiful orchestral arrangements written by the band's bassist Kevin Martinez. Not only did this event exceed all expectations - I believe it set a new standard for making classical music (and adaptations) more relevant to the next generation of music lovers.
Check out the festival website and facebook page for photos from the event =).
Thank you for the wonderful write-up =). The Cleveland Scene is on top if it!
this show was great! The Cool Shade Blue was really awesome, great stuff, not the same ole, same ole. Lot's of energy and talent, Alex's original set showcased his talent and the band's, sax player Rob Williams blew it away!!
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