Three bands, art from local artists, and all for a great cause! Join us at Berkeley's legendary Irish pub, the Starry Plough, for our next event and help support solar energy awareness!
Indie-Rock, Gritty Americana, and blues rock from:
- Doors @ 8:30pm // Show @ 9:30pm //
- $7-12 sliding scale // 21+ // wheelchair accessible
- 3101 Shattuck Ave @ Prince St. (2 blocks from Ashby BART)
Artfulchange continues our work with NorCal Solar and, we are proud to say that part of ticket and art proceeds go to fund their mission "to foster the development and application of solar energy through the exchange of information."
We are thrilled to be working with a group of artists from the California College of the Arts who have contributed paintings that will be on display at the show. Their work will be hanging in the pub and available for purchase. Here are two examples:
Rachel Rosenson is an artist who splits her heart between documentary work and music. Hailing from Chicago, she recently moved out to the Bay Area to attend California College of the Arts where she plans on studying the art of storytelling through photography, film and writing. Additionally, she is a concert photographer and a music blogger for www.beatdropping.com. More of her work is available to be seen on her website.
Adelya Tumasyeva gained most of her art education in Moscow, Russia by studying at an art school supported by Moscow University of Art and Design since age 7. Over time, she fell in love with the US and moved to the Bay Area. Currently, she is a student of California College of the Arts, majoring in Illustration, with also an interest in graphic design and web design.
Mandy Han grew up in Taiwan and moved to Bay Area around 5 years ago. Currently an illustration major at California College of the Arts she is also interested in graphic design! See more of her work at: https://www.facebook.com/TheArtOfMandyHan
Andrea Carazo is an artist who works in her own way, making sure that, with her work, she is totally happy. Coming from Guatemala, she is now in the Bay Area studying at California College of the Arts majoring in Graphic Design, but also interested in photography and painting. Some of f her artwork is available in www.acarazo.wix.com/andcarazo.
Taylor Gersbach is a well-rounded artist who strives to connect her work within a social aspect. Within each medium, she challenges the traditional by layering a multitude of textural planes out of recycled and discarded material. Born and raised in Central Texas, she has currently been living and working as a resident in Berkeley. She attends California College of the Arts as an Individualized Major- studying a hybrid of Community Arts, Sculpture and Painting. You can contact her by email at email@example.com or check out her work on her website: www.tgersbach.carbonmade.com.