Oct. 8, 2009 at 1:21am
Artist and Frost Park performer Angela Jossy has taken her vision for artists and made it a reality at the newly established Speakeasy Arts Cooperative in the heart of the Tacoma's downtown grid:
Speakeasy Arts Cooperative first piqued my interest when I caught wind of founder Angela Jossy's intent to put on rock shows at her new space, located at 746 Broadway in Tacoma. As mentioned in my previous post, Puyallup singer-songwriter Kristin Connell will headline the first on Oct. 17.
If you are an artist, there may still be space for you to join, if you are lucky.
Nice work Angela!
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by Erik on 10/8/2009 @ 1:42am
|Frost Park memories:
by fredo on 10/8/2009 @ 6:39am
|Angie@ it looks like your dream is finally becoming a reality! Is your place that little building just south of city hall? I noticed that place had been on the market for awhile.|
by intacoma on 10/8/2009 @ 11:16am
|Very Cool spot|
by Erik on 10/8/2009 @ 11:35am
|I think this is it:|
Check out the cool railing on the balcony.
by NineInchNachos on 10/8/2009 @ 11:44am
by Erik on 10/8/2009 @ 8:54pm
|I checked out the cooperative today. Pretty cool.|
More on last year's artistic flashback: check out Season I, Frost Park Episode XIX of last year:
by L.S.Erhardt on 10/8/2009 @ 8:59pm
|You go, girl.|
by AngelaJossy on 10/8/2009 @ 11:12pm
|Thanks you guys. Your support means a lot to me. Looks like I might have to throw a party just for you, my feedTacoma family. :)|
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