Friday, July 24, 2020

Live Streams: New Bedford Art Museum with Marissa Paternoster

With live music on lock down (like everything else currently in New York City) live streams and old concerts have become essential for live music junkies like RtBE. While this current state of pandemic separation is in order we will highlight various shows/streams/virtual events for your viewing and listening pleasure and you can always check out or weekly Full Show Friday series for concerts from the past. Please support the artists any which way you can.

Today we highlight:  New Bedford Art Museum with Marissa Paternoster

One of RtBE's Personal Favorite artists Marissa Paternoster will be chatting with the New Bedford Art Museum tonight at 6pm:

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"As I finish up my residency, I want to thank NBAM and Fiber Optic Center for this inspiring and transformative opportunity and I invite everyone to start a digital conversation/collaboration with the books and texts we find sacred."⁠ - Artist Janaya Kizzie⁠ ⁠ We're sad to see Janaya go, but so excited for who we have on deck for our next #FOF! artist! Keep up with Janaya at @hiddenherepress and check out our celebration of their residency over on Facebook.⁠ ⁠ Meet Marissa Paternoster (@marissapaternoster @official_screamales)! From VICE: "Most of us know Marissa Paternoster (she/her/hers) as the guitar-shredding, wailing frontwoman for Screaming Females. If that wasn’t enough, she’s also an amazing artist who creates meticulously drawn illustrations and murals." We can't wait to show you what Marissa has in store in next Friday's #FOF!

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You may only know her as the amazing guitarist and front woman of Screaming Females and her solo work Noun (both of which made our best of the previous decade) but Miss Paternoster is also a very accomplished artist. RtBE forgot to ask her about her art work when we interviewed her way back in 2010 but she will talk about her art tonight.

To get ready for that talk let's rock, "Outerspace" from her solo project Noun.

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