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Rhythmix Cultural Works presents its Pour Your heART Out Benefit for the Arts Celebration (formerly Wine, Women and Song) at its beautifully renovated industrial performing arts space. Featuring live music, local food, and craft beverages, all proceeds from the event support free cultural arts education programs for youth in Alameda and Oakland. “We envision Pour Your heART Out Benefit for the Arts as a festive way to bring people together to experience the thriving arts community that has blossomed in Alameda and the East Bay,” says Rhythmix Executive Director Tina Blaine, aka bean. “We have an incredible lineup of some of our region’s most talented women from the arts world, as well as the food and craft beverage industries all under one roof, for a great cause. Literally thousands of schoolchildren will get to experience a live cultural performance firsthand with help from the proceeds of this event.”
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14605
San Francisco's longest-running spoken word series features Margeret Wilkerson Sexton, author of A Kind of Freedom, which was a 2017 National Book Award Nominee, a New York Times Notable Book of 2017 and a New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice. Also featuring Hannah Pittard, author of The Fates Will Find Their Way. Plus speculative fiction authors Cassandra Khaw (A Song for Quiet), Marlee Jane Ward (Welcome to Orphancorp), Jack Kaulfus (Tomorrow or Forever) and S.L. Huang (Zero Sum Game).
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14614