Friday, September 21, 2007

Rattlemouth Tonight at art6

Rattlemouth will be playing tonight at art6!

Come on over, bring a friend! Tickets $7 Cash bar Doors open at 8pm, music starts at 9

Rattlemouth brings their "Musical Gymnastics for the Body and Spirit" back to Art6. Come out and Groove!!! The Reggae band Unity Sound will be opening the show!

*** Please note that this performance was originally scheduled for Sept. 22nd. It is now scheduled for Sept. 21st!!!

Friday, September 14, 2007

What's that you say? Bend Your Ear

Sunday, September 16th from 3-5 pm
come to the gallery for our monthly open mike

Bend Your Ear

art 6 has a commitment to spoken and performance arts,
this event recurs every third Sunday, downtown- even on Sundays!

Poetry, prose, and who knows- words on paper read out loud.
Come listen, come see the art on the walls.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Saturday night- Water Words and Music

7:30 pm at art6

a variety of artists will present work about water. Cool, clear water.

Come see what flows!

Free admission, cash bar, snacks.

art6 More than a gallery,
not just words.

Tuesday, September 4, 2007


First Friday???

Coming up in two days, it's the place to see and be seen... art, music, people, you name it, you can find it at art6!

5pm- the artists talk about their work
6-10pm- walk around the gallery and see what the walls can hold- and outside from Belvedere to 1st Street, art will astound you and surround you.

Then come back Saturday at 8pm ...

Hear poets putting a toe in the cool water, stories about deep blue seas, music and videos from the banks of the James and more! Come take a cool dip in the water with us!

art6 the place to start, the place to finish your First Friday experience

Saturday, September 1, 2007

First Friday September 7th

Here it comes again!! First Friday!

Big news in the paper about UR and the Modlin Center for the Arts stepping up downtown-style. Thanks, y'all! What the city won't do, the West End will!

Of course, there is always more to the story (as I wrote to the RTD)

Thank you for your piece concerning Curated Culture, First Fridays, and
the Modlin Center at University of Richmond.

As a member of art6 gallery, I am thrilled for this wonderful gift from UR and look forward to Christina Newton's continued hard work for this downtown event.

Here are two additional points to consider:

1) eighth blackbird has been scheduled to perform at November First Friday for
since early spring. The Modlin Center has not "provided" them. They are also
performing for the ticketed ticket-only pre-show opening on Thursday Nov.
1st (see website for info). We are actively seeking sponsors for eighth blackbird and local restaurants to donate appetizer trays for Nov 1st and 2nd . The support provided by UR is for Curated Culture and all the downtown
galleries, not just one group.
2)'Holiday window displays means art in windows of vacant buildings. The city promised the art galleries could fill those ugly places months ago At art6, we're ready right now and have been! While a handful of windows (if that) have been done, there has been little guidance by any city contact to make this happen. I sincerely hope it finally gets off the ground in December.

In the meantime, the people come by the thousands, First Friday happens in spite of city government and the bloated-budget Centerstage organization. To suggest Ms.Newton contact yet another group for funds is typical city maneuvering instead of dialogue and assistance.

Thanks to Christina's hard work and countless volunteer hours by local artists in all the galleries, we've made it happen anyway.
Please join us on First Friday, come look, come buy, come support
your local artists!


art 6- Open when we say we are- downtown!