The halls will be alive with the sound of music and soothsayers and art seekers and food eaters and the footsteps of dancers on bamboo floors. The Artasia building, 181 N Broadway, will host a benefit on Saturday April 16, 7 PM to 2 AM, to aid relief efforts in Japan.
JAM 4 JAPAN features live music by Ashland Slate, Jali Kunda, Loveall, and Nomad Soul, a silent auction, raffles, tarot card readings, and food from local restaurants & cafés. You can listen and dance to the bands in the Cuvée Champagne Lounge, see Asian art, crafts, buddhas, etc, in the Artasia Gallery & Museum, and contemplate PHOTOSCAPES, photography by Mark Baran, Steven Crossot, Art Elkon, Keith Knox, & Suzanne Rosenblatt, in the latest guest show at Rosenblatt Gallery.
The suggested donation is $15, though any amount is appreciated.
Portion of proceeds to benefit Red Cross relief in Japan:
50% of featured drinks at Cuvée and 20% of Artasia sales.