TO YOU, FROM ME, is a comprehensive look at C. A. Webb's activities within the Arts. It provides information to keep others abreast of events that C. A. Webb is participating in, as well as new projects. You may contact Webb at (601) 896.5616.
Newsletter Dated: 11/22/2004 8:44:19 AM
Subject: Celebrate the Arts with C. A. Webb this week!
I hope everyone had a great weekend! Thank you to everyone who came out to make the 1st Annual Ebony Expo a success here in Jackson, MS. Vendors like myself appreciate the support.
Well, the year is winding down, but there will always be SOMETHING art-related going on. So whether its hosted by myself, Shadow Play Entertainment, or WHOEVER--- continue to show SUPPORT. The arts are bigger than just one person. So with that being said, here are my events for this week:
* Monday, November 22, 2004: Listen to "Conversations with C. A. Webb" LIVE on WMPR 90.1 FM at 7p.m. (CST) when I will be talking with artist/clothing designer Nickel G. This is a special 15 MIN. EDITION OF THE SHOW and will also be the debut of my new poem "I'm Sorry." (listen online at www.wmpr901.com)
* Tuesday, November 23, 2004: Listen to "Conversations with C. A. Webb" LIVE on WMPR 90.1 FM at 7:30p.m. (CST) when I will be talking with radio/television/newspaper columnist personality Otha Cain and Vernon Moore of the Urgency Project. (listen online at www.wmpr901.com)
* On Friday, November 26, 2004, C. A. Webb will be a guest artist in an art show and poetry reading in New Orleans in connection with the Bayou Classic Weekend events. This will be at the Best Western Avalon and Conference Center (10100 I-10 Service Road) with an art show from 3-7p.m. and a poetry reading at 7:30p.m. This event is co-sponsored by Shadow Play Entertainment.
* SPECIAL SATURDAY EDITION OF “Conversations with C. A. Webb” On Saturday, November 27, 2004 at 12: 30p.m., C. A. Webb will debut a special SATURDAY edition of his radio talk show about the Arts. His guest will be singer/songwriter Duane Scott. They will introduce the listening audience to an EXCLUSIVE LISTEN of his new song “Last Night, Part 2”.
* AND THE FINALE! MS artist/author C. A. Webb and Shadow Play Entertainment are pleased to announce that the final show for the month of November will be on Saturday, November 27, 2004 at the Smith Robertson Museum: FIRE AND ICE. THAT'S RIGHT: THE SMITH ROBERTSON MUSEUM, downtown Jackson! This eclectic event will feature an art show and sale hosted by Webb from 3-7p.m., followed by a poetry reading and concert at 7:30p.m. The evening program will feature open mic for poets and musicians alike as well as performances by spoken word poets Poetry July and Donovan Scott, the Kuumba African Dance and Drum Co. and the Jack-Town Ballers. There will be a drawing for a free weekend in a Jacuzzi suite at the Best Western Executive Inn, Downtown Jackson, tickets being $5.00. Admission to this event is FREE, however, 10% of all proceeds raised throught the sale of merchandise will benefit the Smith Robertson Museum. DON’T MISS THIS EXCITING EVENT. (Fire and Ice is co-sponsored by Shadow Play Entertainment and co-sponsored by the City of Jackson and the Smith Robertson Museum. This is the beginning of a new relationship with the Smith Robertson Museum, with C. A. Webb and Shadow Play Entertainment hosting shows monthly.)
Alot to fit in one week, but it is a pleasure to share these events with you. For more information, feel free to contact Cyrus A. Webb at (601) 201-8139 or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.