On Friday night, I finally ventured to the art museum after a 2-month hiatus. In July, I was at the beach for Final Friday, then last week for Final Friday Made in America had everything blocked off. While Final Friday for September isn’t until 28 September, I thought I would pay a visit this past Friday.
I am so glad I did because Kwesik was performing. A soul, R&B singer based in L.A., Kwesik’s songs focus on freedom, justice, and finding one’s self in this world. I really wish I could post one of the videos I posted, but instead, I will post a few photos. I loved his sound and had the opportunity to meet him. I bought his EP and he was such a kind young man. I wish him all the best.
Before I left, I decided to visit the portrait gallery. Truman Capote was a good looking man! I’m a bit surprised.
All in all, it was a nice evening out… despite the rain.
One thought on “The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Art After 5 | Kwesik | 7 September 2018”
Hi, Jessica Marie!
It’s good to see you returning to one of your favorite venues, The Philly Museum of Art. You picked a good evening to drop in because it afforded you the opportunity to catch a performance by singer and musician Kwesi K. I went to YouTube and I found his channel:
It contains some great live performances plus an official music video “Pronouns”:
Kwesi has a smooth, soulful voice. I love his music! It was nice of him to pose for a pic with you and nice of you to support his career by buying his EP.
Yessum, Truman Capote was a handsome young man back in 1948, much different from the way he looked during his years as a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and other talk shows.
Have a wonderful week, dear friend JM!