Salon celebrates one year of art
Spiderweb Salon, a local creative collective, will celebrate its first anniversary with more than five hours of art, music and readings on Saturday.
The loose collective meets regularly to give the floor to musicians, writers, poets and performers for lean time slots. The idea? To give creative people a place and time to test out and develop their art.
The salon has played host to a number of known local musicians and writers, and coordinated a nearly daylong salon during 35 Denton last March.
The anniversary bash starts at 4:30 p.m. Saturday and ends at 10 p.m. The event includes performances by Andy Cox, Bess Whitby, Cole Dalton, Daniel Folmer, Joe Tucker, Matthew Sallack, Michael Judge, Ryan Kendall and friends, Scott Porter, Timothy Smith, Walker Smart and Trinity Tibe, and Zach Vandezande. Original artwork will also be featured. The artists participating are Cameron Cox, Courtney Marie and Mark Raymer.
The show starts at 5:30 p.m., and attendees are urged to be on time and stay for the entire show. Afterward, attendees are invited to a swim party. A donation of $5 or more is encouraged. For the location and more details, visit http://on.fb.me/1382P5Q .
— Lucinda Breeding