Seth Doud OnStage Concert
For the past four years, The Crossing Arts Alliance has participated by hosting a community art exhibition and featuring alumni during BHS homecoming week like opera singer Peggy Kriha Dye, musician and comedian Shawn Stengel, and Wayne Renn with his band and guests for performances at the Franklin Arts Center auditorium. This year our feature performance is by BHS alumni Seth Doud and musical guests. The concert is October 7 at 7:00 PM with a reception at the Q Gallery following the concert.
Seth Doud is a soulful singer/songwriter from the Brainerd lakes area. For over 17 years Seth has written and performed his unique acoustic blend of folk, rock and soul music.
“My musical style is more soulful than anything else. I feel like my soul is exposed when I’m playing. My own style isn’t anything I try to mold. It comes out naturally.”
For more on Seth Doud visit www.sethdoud.com
Tickets are $10, or $8 for Crossing Arts members, general seating; and include a reception following the concert. Tickets available at The Crossing Arts Alliance in advance or at the door.
Across the Decades Community Art Exhibition
Again this year our art exhibition features artists who are connected to the community. The art exhibition will be held in Q Gallery and will be free and open to the public. Hours will be Tuesday through Saturday from 10 to 4, October 4 to October 14. A combined reception will immediately follow the Oct 7 concert for Seth Doud, guest musicians, those who attend the concert, and Community Art Exhibition artists at the Q Gallery, Franklin Arts Center #222.
Artists participating in the Across the Decades Community Art Exhibition: Kathy Braud, Erin Buscher, Paulette Buck, Jess Cavazos, Matthew DeVries, Kelly Eades, Carole Eliseuson, Kate Engelbrecht, Millie Engisch-Morris, Gary Harris, Lonnie Knutson, Molly Krautkremer, Kathleen Krueger, Kerry Kupferschmidt, Tom Larson, Yolanda Martini, Kevin Matthews, Evelyn Matthies, David Ostrowski, Brenda Pfeffer, Tonya Redshaw, Amy Sands, Steve Seevers, Mona Warren, and John Wgeishofski.
Please join us in celebrating our community and the arts!