New York Artists Collective

New York Artists Collective

NYAC is back for a very special and intimate round of songwriting and poetry in celebration of National Poetry Month.

This event will explore the space where songs, poetry and prose meet. Three artists from different genres of expression share the stage in a Nashville-style round and we will discover the similarities and differences between poetry and song.

Featured Artists:

Kerry Cullen

Kerry Cullen's fiction has been published in The Indiana Review, Prairie Schooner, One Teen Story, Monkeybicycle, and more.

She is an editorial assistant at Henry Holt, she earned her MFA at Columbia University, and she lives in New York. She is currently working on a novel about queer teenagers and Christian youth culture.
IG:@Kermichele



Siobahn Hotaling

Siobahn Hotaling is a singer/songwriter and poet from New York. After recording two albums of expressive pop-rock tunes, she recently returned to her first love, poetry, performing her pieces at open mics and slams across the state. She is currently working on a poetry compilation to be released later this year, as well as a live show that brings the two genres together.

http://www.siobahn.com



Laura Valk

Laura Valk is known for her work in Skout, a Brooklyn-based duo that plays indie-folk with restless edge. Skout supports rich harmonies with a mesmerizing combination of rhythmic and fingerstyle guitar, proving that you can, in fact, shred on acoustic. The title track from Skout's most recent release, "Just Words," peaked at #8 on Spotify's viral chart and "Old Friend" from the same EP was recently featured on MTV's Catfish. Skout will be releasing two new singles in March and touring throughout the country in 2018.

IG:@skoutoutloud

Facebook: facebook.com/Skoutoutloud

$10.00

Tickets

GA Seated || Please note, there is a two drink minimum in the room.

Advance tickets are available online until 5:30PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime.

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Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3