ART WEEK DES MOINES 2019: JUNE 21ST – JUNE 28TH
Since December 2007, the Des Moines Social Club has been a CENTER for recreation, culture, education and entertainment and home to River City Art and Music’s, Riverview Artist Salon, since February 2017.
In conjunction with Art Week Des Moines (artweekdesmoines.com), and to help celebrate the DMSC’s milestone anniversaries, enjoy an amazing line up of talented creatives and organizations sharing their words, sounds, passions and works including:
• Jon E. Duh-Moyne, Des Moines Poetry Slam
• Chaden Halfhill, Silent Rivers Design+Build
• Lindsay Keast and Jennie Knoebel, Iowa Arts Council
• Adam Winn, Red Door Press
• Robert Moore, Visual Artist and Entrepreneur
• Alyssa Leicht, World-traveling Music and Portrait Photographer
THIS IS AN ART WEEK DES MOINES 2019 EVENT YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!!
River City Art and Music (RCAM) supports Iowa Creatives through Riverview Artist Salon (RAS), a grassroots, volunteer funded, and member driven Facebook Group of full-time, part-time, emerging and returning creatives from all disciplines as well as businesses, organizations, educators and advocates of Iowa art and culture.
Riverview Artist Salon’s mission is to elevate the status of creatives living in our cities and state and to provide a center for networking, public engagement, new ideas, personal development and artistic growth. This mission is fulfilled through free public events which provides Group Members with an opportunity to share their words, sounds, passions and works with the community.
Salon programming includes networking, spoken word, art advocacy, community outreach, creative showcase and either a month long or pop-up art exhibition/show. Salons are a great way for Iowa creatives to engage with their community and for their community to discover the many talented and unique creatives that call Iowa home.
Salons are held February, April, June, August and October from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Cash Bar and Light Appetizers.
“To elevate the status of creatives living in our cities and state and to provide a center for networking, public engagement, new ideas, personal development and artistic growth.”