AN INTIMATE NIGHT WITH QWILL
Jupiter Hall | Manchester, NH
Jazz & Groove Series presents "An Intimate Night With Qwill" in collaboration with Arts Industry Alliance.
This is a B.Y.O.B. event with General Admission Table Seating.
Tickets Online $10 or $15 at Door
“Dreamy roots music” – The Boston Globe
''Heavily groove-based, Qwill’s music is like a soul/R&B spouse with multiple mistresses of Latin beats, modern jazz, and trance/drum and bass'' - Performer Magazine
Qwill, aka Jesse Ciarmataro, is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer currently based in Salem, MA. His music cannot be traditionally labeled, weaving electronica, roots, downtempo, jazz and R&B, but it is Qwill’s soulful voice that truly grounds his sound. He performs regularly with a full band, as well as beat-backed or acoustic duo and solo sets. No matter the venue or format, every Qwill show is a soulful reflection of where he is as an artist on that given day. As a vocalist, he is known for his intensity and passion, dedicated to experimentation and always pushing the envelope.
Qwill is not new to the scene. He has toured the US, Canada and Europe and has shared the stage with such notable acts as Richie Havens, Kaki King and The Violent Femmes, to name a few. He has also been an active session player for some of Boston’s talented artists such as Jesse Dee, Ryan Montbleau, Christian McNeill and Sea Monsters. He has collaborated with MC Esoteric, including the single “Falling”. His music has been featured on MTV and in various independent films, and featured on the ''Groove Lounge'' compilation series from TVP Records showcasing New England's top producers and recording artists. Qwill’s single “Ghost” was named one of the “Top 10 Local Songs of 2016” by Sound of Boston, and was featured on his latest EP entitled “Phoenix” on his own label Simple Truth Records.
Questions? Please contact Katie Bérubé at email@example.com or call 603-289-4661
ABOUT JUPITER HALL
Jupiter Hall is a community-oriented multi-purpose creative digital media arts space located in Manchester, NH - where communities experience arts, culture and innovation. Our mission is to showcase and present exciting opportunities for storytellers, creatives and professionals working with Digital Media and other innovative formats to share their stories, culture and vision. http://JupiterHallNH.com
Jupiter Hall is winner of “Best of Manchester” Best Art Gallery in The Hippo Best of 2019 Readers Picks; and winner of New Hampshire Union Leader's 2019 & 2018 Reader's Choice Awards - "Best Art Gallery" (Silver)
‘’Art : Beat’’, a colorful collaboration by husband and wife team Bruce and Tracy Jones, is inspired in part by ever growing feelings of anxiety amidst the emerging oppression of our society. Bruce and Tracy reflected on past generations who struggled similarly, and gravitated towards Kerouac and his cohorts, attracted by their influences on the progressive moments of the 1960s and 70s.
Bruce’s portrayals of America’s "Beat" writers and some of their "Bebop Jazz" inspirations are a pertinent reminder for all of us to never take our First Amendment rights for granted, and to pay homage to those men and women who raged against their oppressors while fighting to express themselves. These large scale impressionistic portraits are painted in a limited palette with bold strokes, reminiscent of the Pop Art colors of the mid 20th century. The depictions are nuanced, and expose the subjects’ human imperfection and frailty, while striving to capture the struggles that these writers and musicians endured throughout their lives. The square format was definitively chosen as dramatic irony, for the Beat Generation defines “cool,” and these artists were simply not capable of being “square!” Many of these artists were afflicted by substance abuse and addiction, similar to the epidemic which continues to permeate our present society. Undoubtedly, these writers, artists, and musicians are defined by their genius, and not by their illnesses - similarly, we must not let this present scourge define our friends and neighbors, but rather, encourage creatives to find their voices as well.
Tracy’s large scale collage assemblages also evoke Pop Art characteristics, while correlating with Bruce’s portraits, as the repetitive circles contrast symbolically with the squares. Constructed primarily of donated recycled materials, each is like a miniature abstract painting itself, made of pure pigment, selected to either interact with its surroundings, or assembled as protests. These pieces are made to elicit responses and to force the viewers to look a little deeper at the world around them, to smile a little, and if necessary- to Howl.
The Joneses reside in Exeter, NH where they have enjoyed a life filled with family, friends, and art.
89 Hanover Street
Saturday, September 21st, 10am - 4pm
Swasey Parkway, Downtown Exeter
30 Artists | 10 Food Vendors | 20 Musical Acts | Kids Activities | Yoga
10am Laney & Lu Yoga ft live music from Qwill
12pm Bluegrass Jam ft Rockspring, Artty Francoeur, and Todd Hearon w/ Myrtle
2pm Groove Lounge ft Bria Ansara
10am Tom Powley
11am Rich Amorim
12pm Brian Walker
1pm Dean Harlem
2pm Red Mavis
3pm Tito Mambo
Actor, comedian & Exeter native, Matty Cardarople is coming home and will hold a meet & greet at Krypton Comics from 10am - 6pm on Saturday, September 14th, to help benefit local non-profit Arts Industry Alliance & TEAM and their 5th Annual Team Equinox Fest.
Matty was born, raised and inspired to entertain in Exeter. He plays “Keith” in Stranger Things, “Hench Person of Indeterminate Gender” in A Series of Unfortunate Events, and was featured in JURASSIC WORLD, DUMB & DUMBER TO, SELFIE, SCRUBS, COMEDY BANG BANG, and more. He also voiced “Apple” in the Cartoon Network's Apple & Onion and “Preston” in the new DreamWorks Jr. & Netflix animated series ARCHIBALD'S NEXT BIG THING.
Come get an autograph for $40, a selfie for $20, or both for a combo deal of $50. Say hi and feel good knowing that a portion of the proceeds will support TEAM programming in Exeter.
Krypton Comics & Pop Culture / 177 Water Street, Exeter, NH
TEAM will be hosting an indoor/outdoor Arts Jam on August 24th. located on the RiverSide of Water Street, aka "Artist Alley", along the Squamscott in Downtown Exeter.
Foundation Art Space, which serves as the headquarters for Arts Industry Alliance and TEAM, will be showcasing the final day of the #Morph exhibit from Dana Nastee of AS3M Art & Apparel.
There will also be live music featured on the small stage inside of the gallery throughout the afternoon and evening featuring KIOEA, Bitter Pill, Jake Mehrmann and Alberta & The Dead Eyes.
5:30pm Jake Mehrmann
6:30pm Bitter Pill
8:00pm Alberta & The Dead Eyes
Check out the CUSTOM TEAM KIT from Jeff Beck of Exeter Drum Works!
Outdoor DJ Sets from #GrooveLounge and #ForumFunktion
Grillables available courtesy of #GrillMaster #RoostyLaRue.
Beer & Wine with Suggested Donation
There will also be guest artists and a pop-up art show located at the vacant 121R Water Street Space, directly across the hall from the Magenta Suite gallery.
$10 cover for the entire afternoon and evening of LIVE MUSIC
ORDER TICKETS BY CLICKING HERE
Foundation Art Space
111R Water Street, Exeter, NH
Photographer : Chris Dempsey / Model : Ellie Willis / Clothing : Cynthia's Attic / Lighting Assistant : Lana Ruffner / Producer : Scott Ruffner
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