Come to Honey for an evening of music and art.
7-9 PM | $5 Cover
Dreamer’s Quartet; featuring Chris Watkins, Mathew Trice, Macalaster Wilms, and Shane Ellis,
Nina Luna Band, Featuring Nina Yasmineh, Ishmael McDonald, Phillip Riley, and Chris Watkins
Firm Hand Shake, featuring Shane Ellis, Cam Rylander, and Dan Stanton.
Visual Artists include
Dreamer’s Quartet plays a fusion of original pieces, improvisational solos, and interpretations of modern music. Their music spans from funk to avant garde.
The Nina Luna Band presents the original works of Nina Yasmineh, Nina is a singer-songwriter who makes pop music that is heavily influenced by folk, R&B, and electro.
Listen to Nina on Sound Cloud:
Firm Handshake is a Minneapolis-based keys, bass & drums trio. They glean inspiration from jazz, punk, electronic, hip-hop & dance music. The group fills its space consciously and concisely with lively, fast-paced grooves that lend themselves openly to improvisation.
Listen to Firm Handshake on band camp:
The PaintSlinger is a Minneapolis based artist who makes wearable art, jewelry, and accessories, as well as illustrations and paintings. She combines myth and dark dreams to create surreal and sometimes disturbing images.
Visit paintslinger.art to view her collection.
Thraxis Threads is [Theory Into Practice], fashion designed by Tierney Houdek and is handmade in Mpls, MN. Tierney has over twenty years of experience in making garments and wearable art. She uses sustainable practices and materials, incorporating recycled goods into her designs.
Contact email@example.com for inquiries or visit www.thraxisthreads.com to view her collection.
A. Hussein is a multicultural artist who pulls inspiration from the Kenyan Tribe Masai. He grew up traveling a lot and was inspired by the beautiful colors of people all across the world. His jewelry collection takes those hues and tones and puts them in beautiful handcrafted wearable art. Abdul donates a portion of his profits to help purchase bicycles for children in Kenya to help transport them to schools and to make water more accessible.