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Visible School to Host UP With Downtown Block Party
Memphis-based Visible School will host the UP With Downtown Block Party – a free event to celebrate downtown, Memphis music and downtown churches – behind Stop 345 located at 345 Madison Ave. on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, from 1 to 5 p.m.
The event will feature live music from Visible School musicians in addition to British rockabilly band Marstin and the Revelators. There will be food, drinks and fun activities for adults and kids. Donations will be accepted in support of the college’s capital campaign for its new campus in the former C&I Bank Building at 200 Madison Ave.
“UP With Downtown is an opportunity for the downtown community of churches and musicians to get together and spend an afternoon fellowshipping,” said Ken Steorts, president and founder of Visible School. “This is also meant to be an opportunity to create awareness about Visible School and for the surrounding community to get to know our college and our students. We hope to raise some funds, but mostly, enjoy a great afternoon of music.”
Visible School is the vision of founder Ken Steorts. Started in 2000, Visible School is an independent music and worship arts college enrolling more than 90 students per year. Currently located in the Cooper-Young district, Visible School educates students interested in careers as musicians, technicians, music business professionals and in the music ministry. Offering a three-year bachelor’s degree and a one-year certificate program, the college offers an integrated, holistic, academic, vocational discipleship and community-based degree that is rooted in Christian beliefs. For more information, visit visibleschool.com and visiblemediagroup.com.