Art: Go!

Saturday, May 31

Square One Productions launches its second one-night multidisciplinary showcase this Saturday night. GO! spotlights the creative expressions of an abundance of Bay-area talents. Gary Randall presents a new line of designs during his Adrian Rand Couture "Extracelestial" Fashion Show, which also features choreography by the Bella Danza Dance Company. Other original threads are displayed by Tragik Designs, Melissa Oraath and Nicholas Rogers. Among the diversity of live music offerings are sweet-voiced acoustic singer-songwriter Channing Deren; psychedelic alterna-rockers Lush Progress; and Pemberley, a five-piece Lakeland-based outfit fronted by two lovely Rachels — Rachel Lyn and Rachel Margaret. The art show spotlights works by more than 80 local artists, including David Lucas Bell, Christina Lawson, Yvonne Watters, Alison Ware, Brian Egger, Robert Wegmann, Grace Henderson, Jedd Lancaster, Rolando Corsa, Katy Alderman, Melissa Fair, Nicholae Tucker, P$YNNER, Rolando Corsa, Ryan Prado Photography and Timothy Brown. Attendees also enjoy a cash bar and prize drawings, and everyone is invited to vote on their favorite artworks with cash prizes going to the highest-ranked artist. All artwork and designs are available for purchase, and a percentage of proceeds supports Central Park Village Youth Services, a nonprofit that provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged children. GO! A Square One Art, Fashion & Music Showcase, Sat., May 31, 7 p.m.-midnight, The Ritz Theatre, 1503 N. Seventh Ave., Ybor City, free admission, myspace.com/square1art.

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