JOIN ME TONIGHT UNDER THE STARS WITH THE STARS! CAMP 107! THE ARTS FACTORY 107 E Charleston 89104 (@ Main St) in the 18b Arts District
Camp 107 is a Friday night cinematic event bringing film and fun lovers together in the downtown 18b LV Arts District. A chance to hang out under the stars while enjoying classic movies away from the DVD player.
CAMP 107 is hosted by movie fanatic Derek 'The Vegas Style Guy" Washington. Projected onto The Arts Factory east wall, the summer film series will include everything from the groundbreaking "METROPOLIS" from 1929 to Jane Fonda's romp through space in "BARBARELLA". In addition, such camp classics as "AUNTIE MAME" and the ultimate Joan Crawford flick "MILDRED PIERCE" will screen while drinking games and trivia contests abound! Starting with a good old fashioned cocktail hour, and there will be everything from snacks to full meals available from Bar + Bistro at The Arts Factory.
$10 entry fee includes one free evening's specialty libation.
Cocktail reception – 9:00pm – 10:00pm
Roll Film – 10:00pm
Intermission – 10:45 – 11:00pm
Film ends 11:30pm
Bocce and Bar till end
Music provided by the Music & Arts Society!
TONIGHT! June 25 – Auntie Mame: This Rosalind Russell classic from 1958 follows young Patrick Dennison as he is placed in the wacky hands of his eccentric Auntie Mame. The movie is chock full of plot twists and one liners from a cast that includes Peggy Cass as the hapless Agnes Gooch. Coral Browne steals every scene she's in as Mame's "best" friend, Vera Charles. Forrest Tucker and a bevy of beaus follow Mame as she does her best to survive and raise a young boy in the best way she knows how. Joanna Barnes nearly walks away with the movie as upper middle class snob Gloria Upson. This will be "CAMP 107" grand opening VIP screening, so, reserve a seat early!
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Vegas Media & Friends Invited to Celebrate Launch of Music & Arts Society in Downtown Las Vegas to Benefit and Educate Youth in Music & Arts
Who’s Who of the Music & Arts Scene Expected for June 10, 5 p.m. Red Carpet Event To Preview Exhibition of “Spin” Evolution of the DJ LAS VEGAS, NV, June 6, 2010 – Jesse Saunders, world-renowned DJ/producer, remixer and originator of the musical genre “House Music,” and Evelyn Thompson, artist, interior designer, speaker, visionary and social architect, co-founders of the Music & Arts Society, will celebrate the official launch of their nonprofit organization with a VIP Red Carpet event Thursday, June 10, 2010 from 4 p.m-7 p.m. at The Arts Factory located in 107 E. Charleston Blvd. in Downtown Las Vegas (at the corner of Charleston Blvd. and Main Street)
Mayor Oscar Goodman will be on hand at 5 p.m. to present an official proclamation proclaiming Thursday, June 10, 2010 as “Music & Arts Society” Day in Las Vegas. Guests will be treated to the gourmet foods and libations. Entertainment will be offered throughout the evening.
The VIP party officially launches the Music & Arts Society and presents a Preview Exhibition of the “Spin”, Evolution of the DJ Exhibit, a permanent display which will chronicle the technological advances of the modern DJ from its antiques roots with Thomas Edison in 1877 to modern times. The exhibit will also educate visitors about the pioneers, who paved the way for contemporary DJs, and the new music genre known as House/Electronic Music.
A 501 (c) (3) organization, the Music & Arts Society is dedicated to preserving the historical and artistic foundations of the arts and today’s popular music know as electronic music, which has its roots in the prolific genres of yesterday (i.e. blues, jazz, rock ‘n roll, new rave and disco).
The Music and Arts Society supports the greater Las Vegas community by teaching youth how to navigate the arts and music industries through creative, educational and practical programs, such as “Art of the DJ Clinic, which will officially start on June 9, 2010 at the Electronic Music Café. Upon completion of the course, students will have mastered the technique necessary to become the artist, known as the DJ, and forge a successful career – which can last a lifetime! To register for classes, e-mail Jesse@ElectronicMusicCafe.org.
The goal of the Music & Arts Society is to educate students in all aspects of art and music from song writing, production and mixing to design, distribution and branding using the latest technology available to offering a wide range of training in the visual arts. Students will be trained by the best – world class artists, producers, DJs and entrepreneurs from all areas of the arts and music industries.
Media are invited to enjoy the party and interview VIPs. Please contact Trish Williamson at 702-429-1623 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for information or interviews. The event will be streamed live on www.ElectronicMusicCafe.com.