The Salon Presents: Daily News on July 2

By That's PRD, June 23, 2016

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With humble beginnings as a monthly meeting for artists at Tristan’s CalMex Restaurant and Bar, The Salon has grown to include nearly a hundred members and welcomes anyone interested in expressing themselves via spoken word, song, dance or any other desired medium. 

On Saturday, July 2 at 9.30pm, The Salon will present a create-your-own-narrative event featuring performances and interactive media at Loft 345 in Guangzhou. The theme, ‘Daily News,’ invites participants to share any story or headline that is significant to them. It could be a personal experience, an opinionated speech, a poem, a photo, a song – you decide. Language creates our reality. What story do you want to tell?

For more information, contact Ariana Lombardi via WeChat at: arilombardi. We hope to see you there!

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Sat July 2, 9.30pm; free. Loft 345.

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