Daniel Ware #timesup315 Photo Exhibit

Daniel Ware Photography and Kara Daviau Studios collaboration #timesup315

Daniel Ware has a Photo Exhibit at the Palace Commons. Highlighted is the #timesup315 project featuring musicians with graphics created by Kara Daviau. #timesup315 is a local movement inspired by the Times Up campaign brought to light at The Golden Globes. The intention is to bring awareness to sexual harassment and misconduct. Male and female musicians were invited to showcase community role models. It’s about everyone treating each other with respect and not tolerating that type of behavior.

Daniel is part of the newly formed Salt City Creatives Group and 315 and Beyond.  He does a lot of artistic portraits as well as live music. He contributes to Chimera Magazine, an international music resource.  Find those groups on Facebook and Instagram and check out his work.

http://www.danielwarephotography.com/ 

The #timesup315 photos were displayed at the Palace Commons just in time for the SAMMY Awards. Some people wore black for the Times Up movement and had their own photoshoot at the Salt City Creatives studio partnering with Ashley Hansen’s Beauty Nation and stylist Shannon Fleming. Tuesday, March 27, The Palace Commons hosted an art opening with live music, full cafe menu and bar available. It was well attended by other artists, musicians and appreciators.

The Palace Commons Cafe, located inside The Palace Theater, is open 6:30 AM- 3:00 PM weekdays. The cafe has a music themed menu and features artwork of local musicians by Azure Eyes Photography and a rotating art display. Musicians are encouraged to drop off CDs. The cafe spins local tunes all day. Head in and grab a coffee, hearty soup, pastry, sandwich or salad. Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten Free options are available.

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