Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Interstitial Arts Foundation Salon

The Interstitial Arts Foundation held its monthly NYC salon last week, organized and curated by K. Tempest Bradford, and hosted by The Vagabond Cafe in the Village.  Lobster & Canary has happily participated in the salon on other occasions, and was sorry that conflicting commitments kept me from attending this time.  But we had a scout there-- my wife, the artist Deborah Mills, who sends us this report:

"Fabulous conversations with fascinating people, with friends and newcomers alike...truly multifaceted and interdisciplinary (interstitial!) across the board...I spoke with playwrights, lyricists, writers of all sorts, publishers, artists and designers working in many media, and musicians...the venue (The Vagabond Cafe) was warm and welcoming, a perfect place to catch up on all things interstitial while enjoying lovely and affordable food and beverages...this happens every month...I am already looking forward to the next one!"

Hear, hear!   If you are in or around NYC on the third Thursday of every month, please stop by to join the conversation at the IAF salon.   To get the exact date and time, check out the IAF at  (or click here).

For more on The Vagabond Cafe, click here.  

For more about the IAF salon's curator, K. Tempest Bradford, click here.

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