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Thursday, June 6, 2013

RAW: Natural Born Artists host Kaleidoscope art party

Posted By on Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 10:00 AM

photo by Seth Kubersky
  • photo by Seth Kubersky

photo by Seth Kubersky

Thursday, June 6 – RAW Presents Kaleidoscope

8 p.m.

The Abbey

100 S. Eola Drive

407-704-6261

rawartists.org/orlando

$10-$15

Take a look through the Kaleidoscope and enjoy an “artistic circus of creativity,” as RAW: Natural Born Artists, an independent arts organization “for artists, by artists,” gives local artists the chance to showcase their talent and “be seen, heard and loved” in an exciting atmosphere of imagination and collaboration. Each RAW art party features film screenings, musical performances, fashion shows, art displays, performance art pieces, and a featured hairstylist and makeup artist. This time around you’ll see work by artists such as Joshua Worden, Paul Joachim, Waltzing Ophelia, Jane Corrado and Diana Price. Grab a cocktail from the cash bar, listen to music by DJ Commons and then enjoy (and possibly be inspired by) the creativity throughout the night. – Kelly Chambers

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