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An Art-Infused Evening of Music & Drinks

Friday, January 11, 2019
8:00-10:00 PM

Join us for a pet-themed Night at The Carnegie, featuring:

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

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ABOUT 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
 
DJ KYM WILLIAMS
 
Born and raised in Lexington, KY, Kym Williams II developed a love for music at an early age playing drums and percussion in his church. His love for music led to him producing his own sounds and soon developed a following performing as Dr.Tekno. After completing an associates degree in audio engineering, he became the sole recording engineer for Hoodstock Records. Kym was also a vital member of The Taste DJ’s, who were nominated for The Best Live Dj’s in the 2017 Louisville Music Awards. In 2018, Kym is now working full time at A.M.P.E.D. (Academy of Music Education and Development) where he leads an after school creative arts program for youth in Louisville. He also instructs a literary arts program at Louisville Metro Youth Detention Services. He is an upcoming mentor for Restorative Justice Louisville, a program aimed towards troubled youth intervention. Kym is also is the DJ of the 1200 ensemble, curated by Jecorey Arthur, who’s goal is to introduce and inspire music education along with mentoring and empowering the next generation.
 

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.

 

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