State In The Real – Penn State Music Scene
DETAILS FOR "Rock Your Art Out!" & sell your art on Saturday, April 5th!
Start: April 5, 2014 6:30 pm
End: April 5, 2014 10:30 pm
Venue: The Fairmount Avenue Building Auditorium

"Rock Your Art Out!" & sell your art on Saturday, April 5th!

Get ready to “Rock Your Art Out!” on Saturday, April 5th from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. at the Fairmount Avenue Building Auditorium.

The local non-profit organization, Sounds, will host the event along with a team of Penn Staters in a special event planning class, and will feature live music performances as well as local art for sale.”Rock Your Art Out!” will include performances by Cole Hons, LullaNas, Here All Week, Deb Gilmore, Soviet Bibles, Olivia Price, Talking To Strangers, Sticker Kids and Mute Cities.

Although performer spots are filled for the event, Sounds is still welcoming submissions of local art of all kinds to sell. Participating artists will receive 50% of the profits from their sales and food and beverages will also be available for sale. Tickets are $5 and are available in advance from performers or at the door.

Sounds is adding to State College’s live music scene by providing a variety of fun and alcohol-free late night music and art-centered events for community members of all ages. The organization currently holds music events in established venues, but aims to acquire a permanent venue where guests can hand out and enjoy a variety of music and art-centered events and activities.

Following two successful events held this year at Webster’s Bookstore and Café, and The Attic at the State Theatre, Sounds plans to begin offering monthly music-centered events in established downtown locations, with a goal of increasing to bi-monthly and weekly events.

Cleveland’s ultimate goal is for Sounds to have a permanent location with dedicated spaces for a café, studying, pool and darts, TV, house instruments to play, space for art projects, group study and gaming, a dance floor, and of course a flexible-sized stage featuring high quality sound. Other future aspirations are to have space for musicians to record, holding rock camps after school, and offering apprenticeships to learn how to run sound and lighting.

For more information about Sounds and to keep up with future events, check out their website or Facebook page Contact Misha Cleveland with questions at or (814)933-6731.