Into the Night Sea is a project navigating the world of childhood nightmares; a series of short films incorporating visual art and dance with an accompanying soundtrack of re-imagined traditional lullabies. Into the Night Sea is a collaboration of some of Kansas City’s premier creatives including: Brad Cox, Jennifer Owen, Kristopher Estes-Brown, Jennifer Tierney, Shay Estes, Victoria Botero, Jeff Harshbarger, Tiffany Sisemore, Mike Stover, and Sam Wisman. As project directors, James and I have been so incredibly grateful to work with such an amazing crew!The premier screening & live performance at The Toy & Miniature Museum on November 16th will be completely open to the public with no admission! But this means it is especially important for us to finish funding the project as soon as possible so that this magical event can happen as planned!Please join us at the Fundraiser Event THIS SUNDAY, October 20th from 5-8pm at Californos in Westport. Ticket information is listed below.
This event will be a special evening of music from the crew of Into the Night Sea. The live music will include portions of the never-before heard soundtrack for Into the Night Sea and a wide selection of night-related songs! Be the first to hear the music created for the films! Attending patrons will also be treated to a special sneak peek at footage from the project.
Into the Night Sea also marks the first non-10,000 Hours related project in which I’ve incorporated knitted works. The conjoined-twin teddy bears, the hand-knit dragon puppet, and the constellation shawl will be on display at the fundraiser so you can get an up-close look at what my needles have been up to the past five months.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the Into the Night Sea crew and help us reach our project funding goal while enjoying a music-filled evening with some of Kansas City’s top musicians!Fundraiser Tickets are $25 each (or in groups of 4 or more for $20 each.)
Available through Brown Paper Tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/477537Make sure you buy your tickets now so that we can let Californos know a headcount for seating and staff.