Kerrytown Concert House Hosts Multi-Arts Rasa Festival

. September 1, 2017.
Kerrytown Concert House Hosts Multi-Arts Rasa Festival

The Rasa Festival will use a multi-disciplinary approach to showcase the effulgent richness of artistic and cultural heritage stemming from India. The three-hour long evening on Tuesday, 9/5, will feature both cutting edge and traditional work in performing, visual, literary, media/film and culinary arts. In Indian aesthetics, a rasa (Sanskrit: lit. ‘juice’ or ‘essence’) is the dominant emotional theme of a work of art, or the primary aesthetic feeling that is evoked in the person that views, reads or hears such a work. Come eat food, listen to music and experience Indian art in many forms.

Rasa Arts Festival, Tuesday, Sept. 5, 8-11pm, Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor. $20 general public, $10 students.
For more info or to reserve tix, visit kerrytownconcerthouse.com.

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