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Night at the Carnegie
August 2, 2019  |  8:00-10:00 PM
 
Night at the Carnegie is back! Its a late night party at the Carnegie featuring live music, new art, amazing performances, and great drinks. Here’s what you can look forward to:
•  Music curated by Jecorey “1200” Arthur of Athiri
•  Featuring DJ OutHere
•  D-Twizt Twizted performing at 9:00 PM
•  Aerialists from Xalt
•  Graffiti wall
•  Virtual Reality experiences from Dimension4 VR
•  Photobooth and Game Room
•  Live screen printing from Wolves Den Printing
•  Drinks by Naked by Sunday
•  Opening night of the exhibition Blunt: Inspiration in Transition
•  10% discount on dinner at La Catrina for ticket holders the night of the event (excludes alcohol, open till 10 PM for dinner)

Tickets are FREE for Carnegie Members using the code “MEMBER”, or $15 for non-members. The first drink of the night is on us!

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About the performers:

DJ OutHere is a crowd mover from the River City, Louisville, KY. He graduated from duPont Manual High School and attended the University of Kentucky where he discovered his passion for deejaying. Growing up playing the saxophone, just like his dad, OutHere discovered his love for music. As he got older he saw music as a universal language that effects everyone around him and chose turntables as his vehicle of change. He is a co-founder of the dj collective For The People.

D-Twizt Twizted, a Louisville, Kentucky native, is a young artist inspired by 90s hip Hop whose focus is on inspiring the next generation of musicians to follow their dreams. D-Twizt knows that dreams are not one dimensional. Dreams come in all forms and facets pertaining to music. Although Hip Hop is his base, D-Twizt can vocalize to any musical compilation including funk, jazz, pop and reggae.

Xalt is a company that performs and trains aerials, educates others about emotional wellness, and inspires others to live to their mental and physical potential.

Special thanks to Jecorey “1200” Arthur and Athiri

Athiri is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that funds, produces, and supports social justice art. Hire us for your event at athiri.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @athiriorg

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