Art After 5 events last 5:30-7:30 p.m. While admission is free, donations are encouraged.
Belanus won the emerging artist contest run as part of the Sea-Level Singer-Songwriter Festival in 2009. Since then, she's released a number of albums featuring her well-crafted original tunes. Her most recent, "Build Things, Break Things," came out in 2012.
Visitors to Pfac on March 21 will get to hear Belanus live while also viewing the gallery's current exhibit "The ART of the Message."
"While the visual arts are PFAC's mainstay, the center is actively involved in recognizing forms of creative expression, as well as promoting local talent," reads a news release.
The following video shows a live performance from Belanus recorded in 2010.
Here's the full release:
Back by popular demand - ART AFTER 5
Featuring Nicole belanus at PFAC on march 21
Belanus is a self-produced multi-instrumentalist whose musical presence and voice have been compared to the likes of
With an eclectic approach to her music, Belanus's performance at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center is sure to embody the spirit of this event. Art After 5's title refers to its reviving nature for anyone who has just left work for the day. It is an opportunity for first-time visitors to view the gallery's current exhibit, The ART of the Message, for free and engage with other members of the community. While the visual arts are PFAC's mainstay, the center is actively involved in recognizing forms of creative expression, as well as promoting local talent.
Nicole’s exceptional musicianship keeps
Food by Silver Service Caterers and drinks from La Bodega will be available for purchase. This event is sponsored by Andrew Medvec of Awesome Memories Professional Photography and Irving B. (Chip) Goldstein, Attorney at Law.
The Peninsula Fine Arts Center is located at 101 Museum Drive within
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