WEEKEND It’s good to go 2FAR
Artist Marjorie Newberg will show face-painting tonight at the Second Friday Art Rock party at Bar N9ne in Port Angeles.
By Diane Urbani de la Paz
Peninsula Daily News
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For a fistful of years now, 2FAR has been pairing local artists — painters, photographers, mixed-media mavens — with musicians from all over the stylistic map. And for this birthday party tonight, featured artist Marjorie Newberg will step up to prove something.
Face-painting is not just for children, Newberg said. She hopes to decorate at least some of the grown men and women who visit Bar N9ne, 229 W. First St., after 8 p.m.
While faces are being painted, Urban Jellyfish will provide a soundtrack. The band, which sent a subset of its personnel here for a show at Studio Bob last winter, is bringing its full complement this time: Meghan Sinoff, Jonathan Seeber, Rob Reed, Jon McCormick and Bradford King.
To preview their music, visit http://urbanjellyfishband.com.
The cover charge, as always with 2FAR, is $3 at the door.
Last modified: April 11. 2013 6:02PM