Music. Arts. Performances. What more could you want?
The Students Organizing the Multiple Arts (SOMA) will host Arts Crawl 2017, a one-day music and arts festival on Penn State’s North Campus this Saturday, April 15. The event is free, open to public, and will feature a host of musical acts, art exhibits, and musical performances.
Frankie Cosmos, a New York based singer-songwriter will highlight the music portion of the festival. Her music is a blend of indie rock, pop, and folk and often releases her musical work independently.
In addition to Frankie Cosmos, musical acts include a friend of mine, Cab bage, Curtis Cooper and many, many, more.
Along with the music selections, performances include student groups such as W.O.R.D.S, Second Floor Stand-Up, and art from the Painting Club and Ceramics Club.
The festival will be interactive, too. Visitors will have the chance to experience an interactive maze, harvest carrots, and much more.
SOMA’s mission is to “organize events on campus with a focus on: showcasing student and local art of all kinds (Music, Visual Arts, Film, Theater, Comedy, Spoken Word, Dance, etc.), integrating/combining the arts in our events, and fostering a community for artists and art appreciators alike.”
Arts Crawl 2017 will start on Saturday at 2 p.m. until 11 p.m. For more information on the event, be sure to visit their Facebook event page here.
Photo Credit: SOMA