LabourLove Third Friday in April @ Golden Belt

Third Friday at LabourLove

Friday, April 15 · 6 pm – 10 pm

LabourLove has a new feature on the website!  Take a look at all the artists in the collective and see some of the work they produce on our new Artist pages!

If you missed the art walk this past weekend, come out for Third Friday and view all that LabourLove and Golden Belt has to offer!

LabourLove Gallery

Art Walk 2011 photo by Triangle.com

Updates from the weekend: Art walk was a huge success, but you don’t have to take our word for it.  Check out the pics from Triangle.com, and the article on Herald-Sun.com.

Join the Collective: We have room for more artists, and accepting applications!  If you would like to be apart of the growing art scene in downtown Durham, check out our page to learn more about joining the collective.
Special Event this Third Friday @ Golden Belt: The Persistence of Smoke

The Duke University Department of Music presents two world premieres: Kathleen Bader’s Tentative Embrace for twelve musicians, Sonoran soundscapes and spoken text; and John Justice’s and George Lam’s one-act documentary opera The Persistence of Smoke. Both works are deeply connected with the place which inspired the music; Bader draws her influences from the vast Sonoran desert, and Durham’s cigarette legacy is the inspiration for Justice’s and Lam’s new opera. The concert features mezzo-soprano Sandra Cotton, soprano Nakia Verner, baritones Scott MacLeoud and David Weigel, stage direct Jay O’Berski as well as the Ciompi Quartet and the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet.

Information about this event: Building 2, 1st Floor ( Next door to LabourLove) April 15, 2011 to April 16, 2011 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Musical Theater Admission: Free and open to the public Parking: Main, visitor and auxiliary In Room 100: Pieces: Susan Alta Martin Building 3, ROOM 100 March 25, 2011 to May 22, 2011 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Art Exhibition Admission: Free, Open to public Parking: Visitor, Main and Auxiliary Lots

Bikram Durham Yoga:

Bikram Durham invites you to their Third Friday Good Karma Yoga Donation Class, this Friday at 4pm. Class benefits The Foundation for Tomorrow, creating primary and secondary education programs for youth and orphans from developing nations. All of Bikram Durham’s Good Karma Classes support their student’s organizations. Come early and check out photography by Kaitlyn Rogers, Bikram Durham student and leader for The Foundation for Tomorrow. First timers are always welcome so head over to Building 6 and challenge yourself to sweat it out for a cause. Suggested donation is $15 but whatever you can give will be greatly appreciated.

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