The Music of Chris Jones

The Music of Chris Jones
Saturday, March 25, 2017, 6:00 p.m.
Belle Cooledge Library

Chris Jones is an up and coming American singer, songwriter, producer, and musician based out of Sacramento, CA.

With music residing in the midtempo range and delivering a thoughtful, honest, worldly, and smooth sound, his lyrics often deal with themes of love, drugs, and pain. He views his music as influenced by a variety of artists, including Frank Ocean, Carlos Santana, Prince, Marvin Gaye and D’Angelo.

The Love Experiment: Vol. 1., Chris’ debut album, is scheduled to release this year.

We look forward to Chris sharing an evening full of original music with us at our next Scriptorium – Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Belle Cooledge Library. This event is open to the community.

We hope to see you there in support of a full-time Sacramento artist!

Take a moment to learn more about The Music of Chris Jones.

Joy Elan

IMG_3694Joy is an award winning spoken word artist hailing from Oakland and Berkeley. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies from UC Berkeley and her Master of Arts degree in Education from Stanford University.

She has authored five books, and in June 2014 won third place in Oakland’s Got Talent for her spoken word piece, I’m A Survivor. In 2015, Joy was awarded Poetry Video of the Year by the National Poetry Awards for her video performance of I’m A Survivor.

Joy writes about local and national social issues, especially within the Black and disability communities.

She joined us Saturday, June 25, 2016 to give her words, poetry and wisdom!

Silence Is Not Always Golden: Spoken Word Poet Joy Elan

Silence Is Not Always Golden
Spoken Word Poet Joy Elan
Saturday, June 25, 2016, 6 p.m., Belle Cooledge Library
Plus The L.O.V.E. Project • Open to the Community


 

We welcome Bay Area spoken word poet Joy Elan to Scriptorium Saturday on June 25, 2016!

ABOUT JOY ELAN

JOYEPHOTOJoy is an award winning spoken word artist hailing from Oakland and Berkeley. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies from UC Berkeley and her Master of Arts degree in Education from Stanford University.

She has authored five books, and in June 2014 won third place in Oakland’s Got Talent for her spoken word piece, I’m A Survivor. In 2015, Joy was awarded Poetry Video of the Year by the National Poetry Awards for her video performance of I’m A Survivor.

Joy writes about local and national social issues, especially within the Black and disability communities.

Join us Saturday, June 25 as Joy Elan comes to Sacramento to give her words, poetry and wisdom for us to hear. This event is open to the community.

Joy’s books will be available for purchase.

THE L.O.V.E PROJECT

At our show on June 25, we will also introduce The L.O.V.E. Project (Lifting Others through Voice and Education), an expansion of Scriptorium Saturday.

Sessions will provide a voice of love and practical understanding to help others on different topics. A table will be available with information on events.