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.

Trending

Frances Luke Accord @ The Ark, Feb 6

There’s a renaissance in folk music that’s been germinating around the southern shores of Lake Michigan over the last five years – and Frances Luke Accord are a vibrant component to a gallery of contemporaries that include The Accidentals and The Crane Wives. Their new EP comes out January 25 and its titled Silver & Gold; here’s

Throwaway at the Blind Pig with Louis Picasso and Scissor Now – Jan 24

We’re all weirdos or strangers or awkward stumblers in this life… Throwaway faces that inherent eccentricity and denies it any ability to make one feel alienated by dramatizing alienation by way of accentuation: like a paper bag over one’s face. You might call this guitar/drum duo punk, or noise-rock, but that’s a result of your

Shaggy 2 Dope Talks About His Blind Pig Show, Dropkicking Fred Durst, and Going Solo

(Full disclosure: Jason Webber is a former employee of Psychopathic Records) Shaggy 2 Dope is the George Harrison of Insane Clown Posse. He’s the quiet one…at least until you get him talking about things he’s passionate about—ICP’s Juggalo fanbase, music, and the Dark Carnival mythos that runs throughout ICP’s body of work, which—sorry, haters—is now

Cardamom Owner Binod Dhakal Q & A

A peek into the minds of Ann Arbor’s culinary arbiters and their unique perspective on Washtenaw County’s dining and hospitality culture.