IF you missed SHIFTING LANDSCAPES … An evening of music, poetry, and visual art featuring the music of Ted Quinn, the poetry of Joe Weil, and the images and words of Andy Mendoza and Ruth Young, learn more about these artists and how to get in touch with them, see “Hire an Artist.” If you want to know how to purchase CDs/books, see “Stuff to Buy.”

For information about Ruth and Andy’s photo/text exhibit, Extreme Transfusion: Mt. Pleasant and Columbia Heights, contact Sol & Soul. Extreme Transfusion was made possible through a grant from the DC Humanities Council.

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Click to hear some examples Ted Quinn’s Music

Don’t Shoot

Apocalpse No

29 Palms

Death of Cool

Billions & Billions

Up Next
SECOND SUNDAY: Sunday, February 13, 2005一3:oopm – (Artists to
be announced)

District of Columbia Arts Center – 2438 18 th Street, NW

$5/$3 Students

Sol & Soul’s monthly venue for previewing creative works-in-progress continues! Second Sunday offers food for thought to audiences interested in seeing new works at the beginning of the creative process.

Spoken word poet Regie Cabico (NYC) and the Filipino American Cultural Society (Virginia Beach) – Saturday, February 19, 2005 – 8:00pm

Location To be Announced
$ 10/S5 Students
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For more information on any of these events, contact Sol & Soul at
(202) 526 4417 or sol y [email protected].