Refuge Journal 56

Feb 28 2019

Past Events

Caroline Allison Community Lecture

Refuge Foundation for the Arts was proud to host nationally acclaimed, Nashville based photographer and editor, Caroline Allison, for an exclusive community lecture in our Chapel on Wednesday, February 27th during Ms. Allison’s stay in Wisconsin.

Her lecture discussed the importance of landscape in photography, her twenty-five year journey as a photographer, and the images she has been creating during her residence at The Refuge. Thank you to all who attended this lecture for a fantastic evening of celebrating and supporting art.

Upcoming Events

Princess KazaYah & Friends at Cypher Chicago S2E2

On Saturday, March 2nd we are excited to partner again with Cypher Chicago at Subterranean with a showcase of reggae headliners including Princess Kazayah, Gwaii, Ras I-Dre Nolimitras, Tess Collins, DJ Tzaddi Wadadah II, and our own, Just Jacob. The night will be filled with music, food and drink specials, and a portion of proceeds benefit Refuge Foundation for the Arts! Check out more information on our calendar page here

Cypher – / ˈ s a ɪ f ə ( r )/ noun. “To freestyle dance in a shared space and sometimes to battle.” Expect roots reggae, dub, dancehall, reggaeton, club, etc.

Upcoming Events

Robert Ellis - Texas Piano Man

We’re celebrating the release of Robert Ellis’s Texas Piano Man! On Wednesday, March 27th The Howard and Refuge Foundation for the Arts present Robert Ellis with special guests Adriel Denae and Ian O’Neil. You can purchase tickets here.

Rolling Stone describes the album’s 11 songs as, “suitably bold, a rollicking, playful collection that hearkens back to freewheeling singer-songwriters and over-the-top showmen like Elton John, Harry Nilsson or Leon Russell.” You can read the full Rolling Stone article here.

Robert Ellis – Texas Piano Man with special guests Adriel Denae and Ian O’Neil
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
The Howard
405 Washington Ave.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

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“The color of springtime is flowers; the color of winter is in our imagination.”
– Terri Guillemets