Dear Deadline – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion

Dear Deadline

Christian, acoustic-based band from Kenosha, Wisconsin. You can find our music on iTunes at itunes.com/deardeadline

Dear Deadline was originally formed by best friends Ethan Corrigan and Armand Border, who enjoyed writing music and performing on the streets of downtown Kenosha. They later added members Aaron Shanahan, Hannah Yonke, and Rachel Czaplicki to expand their musical horizon. Since formation, the band has enjoyed group worship sessions and Bible studies along with songwriting. They have also had recording time at Skies Fall Studios. Later on, Hannah and Rachel went off to college and it was just Aaron, Ethan, and Armand. They have been recording an album and are pumped to release it.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, October 17, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

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Ronald Paul Larson – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion…

Ronald Paul Larson
Ronald Paul Larson:

“Born in Kenosha, WI, I served in the U.S. Army after high school, photographed the Mujahideen in Afghanistan in 1985, and received a B. A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in History and Communication Arts. Afterward, I worked as the Head Text Researcher on the documentary “The Revolutionary War” for The Learning Channel that won the cable Ace award for Best Documentary Series in 1995. I then wrote educational CD-ROMS, was an embedded print reporter with the U.S. Army during the invasion of Iraq in 2003, and received an MA in History from the California State University, Fullerton in 2005. In 2011, I went to Libya to experience and record (photography and video) the revolt against Gadaffi. In the summer of 2013 I spent two weeks in Aleppo, Syria. I am technically in the Ph.D. History program at UW-Milwaukee.

I will be presenting photos and video from my trips to Libya (2011) and Syria (2013) this Friday evening at Fusion”

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, October 17, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Jenny Marx – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion

Jennifer MarxJenny Marx is a performer and artist using spoken, sung and written words. Route 66 is story and song spun around her love of travel and wanderlust. Come along for the ride.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, October 17, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion – Friday, October 17, 2014

BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion October 2014

Friday, October 17, 2014 enjoy an eclectic show at the BeExposed! to the arts at Fusion event. Art, Poetry, Theater and Music for every taste.

☆ Visual art by Jon Langford.
☆ Visual art by Suellyn Scoon.
☆ “Travel Down Route 66” memories with Jennifer Marx.
☆ “Isis Checkpoint Story” by Ron Paul Larson.
☆ Music by “Dear Deadline” and more!

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, October 17, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Naomi Marie – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion – September 2014…


From “Mix It” Living Light School of Worship Benefit Concert 2014 at UW-Parkside

Swelling from a subtle harmony in the choir of current songwriters, Naomi Marie has developed a fresh and dynamic musical personality. From simple, light-hearted acoustic ballads to powerhouse piano-led performances, her voice uniquely captures a wide array of melodic expressions. Compiled with each song’s solid instrumental core, Naomi Marie writes with bold vulnerability and lyrical depth. Taking inspiration from sonnets and soulful jazz singers, this artist has serenaded audiences coast to coast in sidewalk cafes, old town pubs and city-best venues.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, September 19, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Juan Becerra – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion – September, 2014

Juan Becerra

Juan Becerra says he is not an artist. He just paints for relaxation and enjoyment. He came to the United States from Jalisco, Mexico, 28 years ago and has lived in Kenosha for the last four years. Juan has a day job, and works with furniture on the side, but when he wants to relax, he paints beautiful pictures.

Juan began drawing pictures with colored pencils when he was 7 years old, and he has been creating works of art ever since. His pictures, which he paints with oils, is rich with color and depict the beauty of that which is natural – the trees, the flowers, the land, and its people. He paints not to sell his work, but just to relax – to calm his spirit. Through painting he is able to share the beauty of his homeland, the places he has seen, and the joy that this expression brings.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, September 19, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Raining Mile – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion – September 2014…

Raining Mile

Raining Mile: a great group of five epic people. Matt Gierl, Annermarie Ryan, Josh Moser, Patrick and Drew Connolly make up this sweet musical group.

More than just four musicians, Raining Mile consists of stunning vocalist/ pianist Annemarie Ryan, guitarist/pianistvocalist Matt Gierl, guitarist/vocalist Drew Connolly, bassist Josh Moser, and drummer Patrick Connolly.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, September 19, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Kaitlyn M. Ulmer’s Flarf Poetry – BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion event…

Kaitlyn Ulmer

Kaitlyn M. Ulmer writes poetry because she has a short attention span. She enjoys stealing words and phrases from other places, and loves when people read too much into nonsensical verses. Most recently she has been published by the Southport Press, performed poetry at the Sipos and Young open mic, and participated in the Kenosha Writers’ Guild. Future projects include a series of found flarf poetry (look it up) and the never-ending search for a decent spoken word venue.

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BeExposed! to the Arts at Kenosha Fusion Performing Arts Space
Friday, September 19, 2014 – 6-9 pm

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5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Dayvin Hallmon at the BeExposed! to the Arts at Fusion event…

Dayvin HallmonFriday, August, 15, 2014
6-9:00 pm
Be!Exposed to the Arts at Fusion
Kenosha Fusion
5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

Dayvin Hallmon has a varied career in the arts. For the last decade Mr. Hallmon has been using poetry/spoken word to bring to light topics covering class, race, gender, religion, sexuality, psychology, culture and many others. Primarily, Dayvin is a classically trained musician in both western classical music and gospel. In addition to arranging, composing and conducting, he plays violin, viola, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, piano and pipe organ.

Currently, Dayvin chairs the Worship and Music Committee at Grace Lutheran Church. He is working on a jazz suite that he expects to be completed in late spring of 2014. Dayvin has been a Kenosha resident since January 2004 & has been elected to the Kenosha County Board of Supervisors since 2008.

Yardbird’s Dilemma presents “A Different Timbre.”

A Different Timbre

Friday, August, 15, 2014
6-9:00 pm
Be!Exposed to the Arts at Fusion
Kenosha Fusion
5014 7th Ave
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140

This trio from the northern suburbs of Illinois is proud to perform at Fusion for the first time. They are an offshoot of another jazz combo from the area, “Yardbird’s Dilemma”. With Aidan Dooley on the bass, Conor McKenzie on drums, and Kyle Schardt on guitar, they seek to bring jazz to all who will listen, with a sound and style reminiscent of the masters, yet infused with a different timbre of their own individuality.

After having a very successful summer with Yardbird’s Dilemma, the three members sought to finish the year with a show of their own. Since meeting in their high school jazz band, these musicians desire to take their own creations out into the world, as so many before them have done. Aidan and Conor will be seniors at Lakes High School next year, and Kyle will be attending the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University to pursue a career in music. Their best is yet to come!

A “BeExposed! to the Arts” event features musicians, poets, visual artists, and other creatives. Since October of 2008, this on-and-off performance series spotlights local creative talent from Kenosha and surrounding areas.

For more information go to www.ExposeKenosha.com