I’m proud to announce artwork that will be displayed by “El Moises”, famous Mexican-American artist who lives here locally in the Phoenix area. He will be giving a live demonstration of his artwork on January 25th, 2013, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel this upcoming Friday. El Moises is the voice of the contemporary Hispanic Art Movement.
The entire event is for a great causa, too, because 25% of the food and drink profits go to benefit Downtown Phoenix Revitalization for the Streetscape Project.
Personally, I think El Moises is the best painter in the southwestern part of our Nation. His artwork is not limited to local art … his work is recognized in California, New Mexico and throughout the Country. Every single brush stroke of his was painted with passion, precision, and love, and you can gaze at his art for hours and hours and hours.
Please feel free to join the Renaissance event, and here are the details below:
When: January 25, 2013
When: 4 pm – 10 pm
Where: 50 East Adams Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Closing Adams and takin’ it to the streets for Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel’s First Annual Birthday Bash!**Times and details have been added to the event**
We are very excited to announce the Birthday Bash lineup including: FREE CONCERT from the sweet soulful vocals of Tortured Soul, tap takeover featuring beer from the SanTan Brewing Company, emcee Amy Donohue, local artist El Moises, DJs from Bar Smith, Dj Mane One, and of course yummy street food from our Executive Chef, Brian Archibald!
4pm – 6pm
Happy Hour & Free Small Bites
DJ Mane One
4pm – 10pm
Street Food – Handcrafted by Executive Chef, Brian Archibald of the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Emcee, Local Comedienne, Amy Donohue
SanTan Brewing Company Beer Truck
6pm – 7pm
Local DJs from Bar Smith
6pm – 10pm
Arizona Craft Beer Tasting (SanTan Brewing Company)
Tortured Soul –Live Outdoor Concert
7pm – 10pm
El Moises – Live Art Demonstration
- Ages 21 +
- *Food and drink tickets will be sold at the event. Cash and cards accepted.
- 25% of the profits go to benefit Downtown Phoenix Revitalization for the Streetscape Project