An Art-Infused Evening of Music & Drinks
Friday, January 11, 2019
Join us for a pet-themed Night at The Carnegie, featuring:
- The Carnegie Center’s newest exhibition, Biophilia Life; or, My Best Friend has Four Legs and a Tail
- Music curated by Jecorey “1200” Arthur of Athiri
- Featuring DJ Kym Williams and live musical performance by local singer/songwriter Jacqui Blue
- Drinks by Naked by Sunday
- Puppy pit starring adoptable friends from the New Albany Floyd County Animal Control & Shelter
- Fanciful feline film screenings throughout the night
- Pet portraits by Kelly Toon to take home to your furry family members (bring pics!)
- UK illustrator, anti-socialite, and pug lady Gemma Correll will be making one-of-a-kind drawings of your pets and have signed books available.
Your ticket includes one drink, access to exhibitions, live art experiences, and a 10% discount for dinner the night of the event at Longboard’s Taco & Tiki, Exchange Pub + Kitchen, or Brooklyn and the Butcher. Receive discount when you show this ticket the day of event.
Tickets are $15.00, or free for members. To join, visit carnegiecenter.org/support
JACQUI BLUESinger/songwriter/guitarist “Jacqui Blue” is a graduate of the University of Louisville School Of Music with a Bachelors degree in music therapy and emphasis in voice. Having trained as a classical soprano, she won 1st place in the KANM Annual Negro Spiritual Competition in 2013 and has starred in several major opera productions, musical theatre shows, television and film projects. Now, with her focus on writing, recording and performing her original music, Ms. Blue enjoys incorporating drama in her eclectic soul, pop, r&b, and rock inspired sound. She aspires to continue using her talents to make a positive impact through all of her future endeavors, including her 1st album release, practicing music therapy, acting, and community service projects.