The Green Room presents live art, spoken word, music and culture all under one roof. The next event features Noel Scales September 22 from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Green Herring Art Gallery, 1001 Bay Street, Beaufort, SC.
Musical performances by Amanda Diaz will be included, and many more regional authors and artists will sign their books, demonstrate and showcase their various styles of original art.
Scales is a spoken word artist, poet, student, mentor, pianist and vocalist. She is a 21-year-old rising senior at Temple University majoring in broadcasting telecommunications and mass media studies. She graduated from Philadelphia’s Girard Academic Music Program high school and has studied piano, voice, music composition and music theory at Temple University’s Music Preparatory School. She has been performing since the age of 11 and was one of the Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement’s poets featured in the 2009 HBO docu-series “Brave New Voices.” Some of her appearances include The Welcome America Fourth of July celebration, the Black Golf Legends luncheon, various events at The Clef Club of Jazz, The West Oak Lane Jazz Festival and the NAACP ACT-SO competition in Disney World (Florida) as a national competitor. Not only has she performed in many venues, but her poetry has been featured at The Arts Bank, 107.9FM, 100.3 FM the Beat, Power 99FM, 103AM talk radio, and 90.1 FM’s The Bridge. She also recently presented a workshop at the Abu Dhabi’s Women As Global Leaders conference.
The Green Room event is free and open to the public. For information meet the Green Herring Art Gallery owner Hank D. Herring and learn about his varied original work and his collaborative events with diverse artists.
Salute to the 57th Annual Beaufort Water Festival “Decoration Day”
A Broadway Back in Da’ Woods Production
Starring Aunt Pearlie Sue & Gullah Kinfolk
Saturday, July 21, 2012 @ 4:30p.m.
Tabernacle Baptist Church
907 Craven Street * Beaufort, SC
FREE and open to the Public (Goodwill offering will be accepted)
Sponsored by Beaufort Gullah Festival, Inc.
Getrude Matshe is a motivational and inspirational speaker, an African storyteller, a poet, artist, author and an all-round amazing woman. She founded the Africa Alive Foundation in a quest to help support schools, feeding programs and community building projects for children in Zimbabwe where 17 million orphans of AIDS families are in desperate need.
It is our pleasure to introduce her and to arrange her program for your organization at any location. Her exciting presentations range from storytelling to cooking an African dinner to teaching the art of batik. She also conducts a workshop on how to write a book in 40 hours.
Our featured speakers and entertainers have exciting news to announce. Visit here regularly to keep up with what’s happening in our professional world.
Contact us here with questions or to discuss your specific needs for a program. Also, visit the website for much more detail about additional professionals and topics to suit any program for business or personal development plus fun and entertainment.
Workshops, seminars, training or keynotes and emceeing are available. Entertainers are award-winning pianists, solo, duo, bands, storytellers and much more.