What is AIR Time? AIR Time is a guest artist interview series featuring North Texas artists and creative thinkers. AIR defines artist very broadly. Past artist interviews have included Kevin Carr and Jamie Fulton of Community Beer Company; Erin Hannigan, principal oboist with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra; the Paul Taylor Dance Company, and voiceover artist and actor, Alan Ackles.
Following the interview (7:00-7:45pm), guests are invited to stay for the movie. Admission is FREE, but when reserving a seat online you must purchase a $5 food voucher which can then be used at the event. Ticket information will be available at this site closer to the event: https://drafthouse.com/dfw/show/air-time-waynes-world
All AIR Time events are held at Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson, 100 S. Central Expressway, Richardson, TX 75080.
Ricochet17 — October 21, 2017, “a citywide celebration of arts & creativity” is a city-wide focus on the arts featuring arts organizations, individual artists and other creatives in the region.
Presented as a collaborative effort between AIR (Arts Incubator of Richardson) and many creatives and businesses, Ricochet17 is the basis for creating a “culture map” of the City while also creating awareness for National Arts & Humanities Month in October. Ricochet16 is designed to be an annual event focused on the arts and creativity.
Latest event of the month – April 20 – 6:00-7:30pm – Marcus Café patio – 2701 Custer Pkwy #700, Richardson, TX 75080
“Sources of Inspiration” in the Creative Process
For the past 30 years, Sarah Lawrence (her nom de plume) has been a noted author, playwright, journalist, and musician (harp, piano, pipe organ and vocalist). She also maintained a faith-based yoga studio for many years, incorporating elements of breathing, movement, and meditation. She has served as a workshop leader in creativity for numerous retreats and community events.
“Sources of inspiration” from her perspective include time-tested tools to help channel inspiration such as deep breathing exercises, meditation, walking, cross-training in other art forms, structured time, enhanced dream techniques, and more. This will be a fun and interactive SEED session.
(Riehm and her husband are owners of the successful neighborhood restaurant, Marcus Café)
Food and drinks available for purchase.
Gather. Become inspired. Share.
See you at SEED!
Epiphany Crawfish Boil and PopUP Art Event – April 29th 10am-5pm – The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
421 Custer Road
Richardson, TX 75080
Epiphany Crawfish Boil and PopUP Art Event
Don’t miss the 7th Annual Crawfish Boil and PopUP Art event at Richardson’s Church of the Epiphany. Scheduled for Saturday, April 29 (10am-5pm) this year’s family-oriented festivities have been developed through a community partnership with AIR (Arts Incubator of Richardson). Beyond the traditional mudbugs, BBQ and beer, we’re hosting local artists in a PopUP art event. The artistic offerings—ranging from mixed media to wood, stained glass to jewelry—provide plenty of art to view and purchase. Experience great art. Take home a treasure.
A $25 ticket covers all-you-can eat crawfish from Fruge’s with corn and potatoes cooked by the Epiphany Crawfish Team; Cajun sausage, BBQ brisket and pulled pork from Knight’s BBQ; and craft beer from Richardson’s own Four Bullets Brewery. Plus this year, the over-21 crowd can vote on their favorite home brew at the home brew competition booth. Sample treats from Evil Cowboy Hot Sauce, Isabelly’s chocolates and Frankie V’s gourmet spreads and salsas.
Kids’ meals are $5 and include a hot dog, chips and a drink.
Special music by the phenomenal young singer/songwriter Frankie Lee from noon-2pm inside the PopUP Art area.
Kids’ activities include a bounce house, sidewalk chalk, arts and crafts. They can even be a part of the crawfish sorting fun, too!
Live music outside from local blues musician Santos Puertas and others will keep your toes tapping and your hands clapping. Bring a lawn chair, blanket or a pop-up tent and relax for the afternoon enjoying good food and great company. Dogs welcomed if on a leash.
So bring your friends and family and join us for a day of fun, food and creativity.
Food tickets required. Advance ticket purchase preferred but tickets can be purchased at the event. Ticket purchase: epiphanyrichardson.eventbrite.com
There is no fee to attend just the PopUP Art Event.
All proceeds from food ticket sales benefit Epiphany’s Missions and Outreach programs.
AIR (Arts Incubator of Richardson) is a 501c3 that is living its Mission and Vision while seeking funding to secure a space. AIR is a center for creativity, innovation and collaboration. Its Mission is to provide the Richardson community and beyond with a facility and resources for nurturing artists and innovative thinkers; and igniting a spirit of creativity that permeates the community. This project funded in part by the City of Richardson through the City of Richardson Cultural Arts Commission.