Live bands. Indie films. Spoken word. Live art. A surprise at every turn! RedEye dares you to let loose as artists of every genre create a wild underground art extravaganza... at ArtServe!
Festival: Saturday July 14th ● 6-10pm
2018 Schedule to be announced
Red Eye Exhibit: July 2 - July 27
Featured Artist: Coming Soon
Online Gallery: Coming Soon
Exceed you limits, let your creative side take you to a journey to the BEYOND for one night at the RedEye music and art festival. See some of the area's top contemporary artists in every filed. Enjoy…
- Live entertainment on the main stage, and a chill vibe on the UnPlugged Stage.
- Indie films, including award-winning selections from Sundance and South by Southwest.
- Powerful Spoken Word performances.
- The hilariously funny “Two Hour Comedy Hour” featuring the area’s top funny folks.
- Dance. Live art. Body art. Over-the-top art.
- Cutting edge VR.
- All this and more--the hottest event of the summer!
A fundraiser for ArtServe, funds raised support programs for at-risk youth, underserved populations, and local artists that enrich the whole community.
Let loose and get wild for a night for a cause at RedEye.
Highlights from 2017!
About the 2017 Featured Artist:
Miami-based, Cuban-American artist David Le Batard, better known in the art world as LEBO, is recognized for working in a wide spectrum of creative mediums including murals, paintings and sculptures. Lebo is the innovator of Postmodern Cartoon Expressionism – a combination of cartoon imagery, richly saturated balances of color and unique linear composition brought together in a narrative style to inspire emotion and create layers of meaning.
‘My aim in creating is to explore the purest, most spiritual elements of the arts and sciences (from astronomy to history, from music to physics) and to interpret them through the language of cartoons, giving them a unique and vibrant voice. After all, cartoons are a primordial form of expression that have always combined images in order to tell stories. We have only to think of rock paintings, hieroglyphics or religious iconography for our proof. In reality, even when we look at Picasso’s work after 1905, it all becomes very hard-edged yet organic. The very essence of cartooning.ʼ – David ‘LEBO’ Le Batard