Friday, September 4, 2009

Liberated Muse: Celebration of Freedom at the Potter's House

Time: September 11, 2009 from 7pm to 10pm
Street: 1658 Columbia Rd NW
Website or Map: Potter's House

Liberated Muse Productions is at it again with another musical night of performances from DC's best and readings from the new book release Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul which features visual artists and writers from the Liberated Muse network.

Featured performers include songstress Quineice Clarkson, musician Gary Young, diva singer Mahoganee, poetic vocalist Ozara Ode and the spoken word of Margaux Delotte-Bennett and Jade Andwele of the renowned Saartjie ("Sar-Key) Project. Jazzy soul vocalist Colie Williams will open the show with a half-hour set with members from her band.

The evening will be hosted by Moon of Liberated Muse and feature live art by visual artist extraordinaire Choke, the Liberated Muse member of this month of August.

Libeated Muse member, curator, and my twin sister, Sharon Burton will also curate an exhibit of visual art which will be open for viewing during the show at the Potter's House. The exhibit will feature work from artists featured in the book Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul and others. I will have two small mixed media pieces as part of this show.

Donations from the event will fund youth programming facilitated by the Saartjie Project. A $7 donation is requested, but all are welcome to pay as they can.


This event is part of the Potter's House Sounds of Hope benefit series, produced by Mary Shapiro.

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