No.Fest 2010 Mini-Fest Benefit Tonight

InterArts Curates its First Show

KBOO's newest baby bird flying from the nest, following the footsteps of Pickathon and other KBOO sponsored events that have grown great big wings, flying high and in formation with the Radio Station that sat, incubating the egg, nursing the young baby bird until it was ready to go: InterArts is the newest one I speak of. InterArts is the creation of KBOO producer Sean Ongley and St. Johns business owner Jeffrey Helwig, out of the wake of KBOO's heavy involvement with "No.Fest:Nu.Music.Arts" starting in 2008 with a remote broadcast and 2009 with umbrella status to assist in our fund raising. From that model, InterArts incorporated. The event as it is now forming in to its 3rd realization is focused more on the multi-cultural and interdisciplinary than ever before. We have dropped the old title and now it shall be known as InterArts' No.Fest.

Thank You for being so supportive of this project, KBOO. This is our last year with You as fiscal sponsor, but like Pickathon, we look forward to years longer of working together. Programmer and tax-wizard, Rolf, has volunteered to file our 501(c)(3) tax forms with the federal government within the year 2010. InterArts will go on to curate No.Fest annually with a greater set of tools, and shall go on to curate at least one performance a season, focusing on the common good.

Tonight we celebrate our first show, curated as "InterArts Presents..." at the Someday Lounge and Backspace. The performance information is below. We hope you'll come out and celebrate with us.

April 14th, 2010, 8:30 pm -1:30 am
@ Someday Lounge/Backspace
115 & 125 NW 5th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
$6 for both shows / $3 for minors

Someday Lounge (21+), Doors at 8:30, show at 9pm.
Trawler Bycatch
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Backspace (All Ages), Doors at 8:30, show at 9pm.