4 the record

March 25, 2011

4 The Record! Jackson, Mississippi Premier Vinyl Convention!

Saturday, May 28 at 10:00am
North midtown arts center

the blast

March 25, 2011

Make sure you Lock in the date & Rsvp April 3rd in the NorthMidtown Art Center’s CourtYard 121 Millsaps ave RSVP Here http://tiny.cc/hb2gi

March 20 at 10:04pm ·

 

rip the cypher

March 25, 2011

april 16 6-9 pm

Johnny Bertram

January 19, 2011

Johnny Bertram and The Golden Bicycles w/ LADYCOP (NYC)
Friday, January 21 at 9:00pm
Location: North Midtown Art Center

January 19, 2011

4therecordswap

January 19, 2011

Its Jackson, MS first ever Record Convention!

4 The Record!

9 a.m.-2 p.m. North Midtown Arts Center 121 Millsaps Avenue

4 The Record! Is a Record Swap Meet that will benefit the Salvation Army.

Tables are $20 for sellers you have to register early via email to reserve a table.

Non-profit organizations registation fee for a table is waved.

Its $4 for general admission and free for kids 12 and under but they must be supervised by an adult.

So to all of the music lovers, collectors, djs, hipsters, audiophiles, etc. please come out and support a good cause while finding that one record you have been looking for!

Buy, Sell, Or Trade!

45s
33 1/3s
12″s
7″s
LPs
EPs
of all Genres of music will be there for you!

This is a *B.Y.O.P.TT. Event!
*Bring Your Own Portable Turntable*

For any questions or to register for a table please email
4therecordJXN@gmail.com
For more info about the North Midtown Arts Center please visit Nmacjxn.com

Help spread the word! and checkout the poster attached in the email.

Thank You!

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601-376-9404

Don’t forget to attend the Jackson State of the Arts community forum this Monday from 6-9pm at North Midtown Arts Center!

If you are a practicing musician withh albums to sell, shows coming up or special events you are planning – COME.

If you are a business owner who feels connected to the local arts culture – COME.

If you teach creative arts in a local shop/studio, in the schools or at home – COME.

If you work in our museums – COME.

If you host or want to start regular readings or meetings – COME.

If your planning a festival – COME.

If you work with a non-profit to further the arts in Jackson – COME.

If you work with a non-profit whose mission is strengthened by the arts – COME.

If you run a gallery – COME.

If you are a producer or an at-home recording hobbyist – COME.

If you repair or build specialty artistic equipment – COME.

If you craft – COME.

If you freelance in creative industries – COME.

If you are curious about the Jackson artistic culture and want to know more of the people involved – COME.

This annual community forum is a unique opportunity for our local cultural actors to come together and get a glimpse at the various actions which make up the cultural movement of which we are a part. Everyone who comes will introduce themselves, offer a brief description of their role, and give contact information if applicable.

Make sure to let your friends know about this forum and pass it on.

Monday   January 3rd     6pm      North Midtown Arts Center    121 Millsaps Avenue     Free

This event is made possible by the Jackson Arts Collective and Greater Jackson Arts Council.

daniel johnson
601.497.7454

December 10, 2010

M!A presents Tatsuya Nakatani, percussionist
in solo and ensemble sets
Wednesday, Dec. 15th 7:30pm
North Midtown Arts Center
121 Millsaps Ave, Jackson
$10 door
Read about him or hear clips of his solo percussion.

vinyl night

August 4, 2010

wednesday aug. 4 6pm till 8:30 no byob we have 3dollar cans. all clean records welcome this is a happy hour listening session

Please join us august 12th at 3pm to meet Sesthasak (Seth) Boonchai, NMAC’s first photographer in residence.

Seth grew up in Jackson and lived in the Millsaps avenue Arts District in the early 90s. He has his MFA in painting from the University of New Orleans and has exhibited extensively throughout the U.S. He is currently splitting time between Brooklyn NY and New Orleans and is on the faculty of the School of Visual Arts in the BFA Photo department.

Seth’s project while here at NMAC, involves him visiting old friends and acquaintances  who have been involved in the Arts here in Mississippi for the last 20 years. Seth is also making portraits of young artists, designers, and other creatives that have chosen Mississippi as their homebase.

View some of Seth’s work here:

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