Moksha Roots Live 7/15/11

July 15, 10pm
7th Circuit Studios
228 NE 59th street
Miami, FL 33137
www.mokshafamily.org

*Moksha Roots Live*
The third Friday of every month, 7th Circuit Productions and Moksha Family Arts Collective present “Moksha Roots Live”. The after party for The Rhythm Foundation’s ~ Big Nights in Little Haiti~. Every third Friday we will feature our visionary art gallery, live music, d.j.’s, performance, V.J.s, live painting, vendors. The Moksha Family Arts Collective is a non-profit organization, all funds go to support our local artists and community projects. Come out and enjoy this cultural evening of good vibes and amazing energy. Share this post..

~Moksha Family Roots Collective~
The Moksha Family Roots Collective band is a constant rotation of Miami’s finest roots and world music musicians with international guests. Our special guest musicians all unite to deliver an eclectic Jam. This allstar group will feature :
Brandon Bizzy Hollemon (Purple Popcorn), Demetrius Brown (Manchild),Soul Flower, Ryan Cacolici (Nagchampyons), Bagga Traxx, Harry Lecounte, Ryan Baker, Rene Bailey , Plus More!!!
Also with special guest performance by Mecca AKA Grimo
You never know who may step on and join the jam!!

~Andrew Nathanson~ Photography Exhibit
With 20+ years in entertainment, Andrew Nathanson produces film/video, concert, special event and festival productions. Currently, he is shooting concerts for The Palm Beach Post (http://www.pbpulse.com/category/music/). Timed for Art Basel 2008, Mr. Nathanson Produced and showed photos in the group presentation, Timeline, showcasing top Miami artists in Wynwood. A multi-media piece was included in the group show Yellow at MYPAC in 2010. Also, several photographs included in Dystopia, a group show on Miami Beach. His first museum showing was PhotoMalasia at the Shacknow Museum (2004). He exhibited in 2004 parallel to Art Basel experience.

~Margaret Accurso~Live Painting
Margaret Accurso is a self-taught artist that began to paint at the age of 31. “I started intuitively to express myself through different media: music, stain glass, painting, literature…I realized that my most pleasurable form of expression is through painting. I begin painting with a deep breath, an intention and let go by spreading paint on the canvas and allowing the experience to take me on a journey.” In the past couple of years she shared her work at a few local events and enjoyed the experience. “I feel that we are all artists in one form or another. Coming together in union to create and allowing that endless source of love to flow through is an essential part of the human experience.”

~D.J. Moses ~
DJ Moses opens the door to authentic high quality world music and invites you in to discover (and perhaps remember) how glorious, diverse and deep music can be. The African continent, Jamaica, Haiti, Brazil, the U.S. and Latin America are all represented in his selections. His past includes gigs with such luminaries as Baaba Maal, Thomas Mapfumo, Joseph Hill & Culture as well as many others. DJ Moses is one of a kind in our community. Originally from New York City, he has been living and working in Miami since 1995.

~V.J. Care ~
Environmental light wizard aka VJ CARE is a south Florida multi-media artist originally from Seattle, Wa. She has traveled the world spreading light through creativity for a wide range of artists & visionaries including, Terrence McKenna, Michael Franti, Sonic Youth, George Clinton & The P-Funk All Stars, Dale Chuhily & many others. Transforming the physical space to support the experience, her vision is to create multi-sensory experiences that connect, inspire & engage.

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