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The Amala Foundation is proud to announce Growing Circles, a benefit concert and dinner featuring the music of Kat Edmonson, Phoebe Hunt and Tabulation as well as youth from the Global Youth Peace Summit. Proceeds from the event will benefit the youth programs of the Amala Foundation as well as this year’s 7th Annual Global Youth Peace Summit in Austin, TX.
Tickets for the event include dinner, drinks and concert. Tickets are limited to 150 seats – this will be a unique opportunity to enjoy an intimate performance by Kat Edmonson, Phoebe Hunt and the latin jazz band Tabulation. This concert will come on the heels of Kat Edmonson’s sold out show at the Paramount. The evening will also include an art auction featuring Zen Sumi Ink Artwork by San Francisco Artist James Coldsnow as well as other local Austin artists.
Tickets can be purchased through Event Brite at http://growingcircles.
$1250 – Front Row Table for 10 including dinner, drinks & concert. Limited Availability (4 tables)!
$75 in advance, $100 at the door – Individual tickets including dinner, drinks & concert.
$750 – Table for 10 including dinner, drinks & concert.
To purchase tickets, please click here.
ART AUCTION featuring James Coldsnow
The evening will also include an art auction featuring Zen Sumi Ink Artwork by San Francisco Artist James Coldsnow as well as other local Austin artists. James Coldsnow is producing custom pieces for this event — all circles — because at the heart of what Amala does is an open circle of caring, sharing and welcoming. His art is modern and minimal yet conveys a centeredness and connectedness.
Artist James Coldsnow explained his support of the Amala Foundation and the synchronistic connection. “Most of my work includes circles. To me circles are welcoming and open, embracing and enveloping. That’s what Amala helps kids feel during very challenging times and that’s what I’d like people to experience in my art.”
Youth Performance at Growing Circles
Youth from the Global Youth Peace Summit will be performing three songs at the Growing Circles benefit concert. They are beyond excited and have been practicing for the last couple weeks. Click on the video to the left to see their latest rehearsal and their cover of Ben Harper’s Blessed to Be A Witness.
Growing Circles will also feature a silent auction from some of Austin’s favorite businesses including:
Our Sponsors & Supports
Big gratitude to the following organizations and companies for their support of this event and the Global Youth Peace Summit.
El Locavore & Barbara Frisbie Catering
Go Local Austin
Art Alliance Austin
Sarah Presson & Eye Like Design
Austin World of Rentals
The 7th Annual Global Youth Peace Summit
This year’s Global Youth Peace Summit will unite 70 youth from over 25 different countries for a week-long experience devoted to healing, cultural exchange, leadership development and community-building. For more information on this transformational event, please click on the video to the left or visit: www.amalafoundation.org/projects/global-youth-peace-summit.