Friday, August 25, 2006

Phil Garrett & Mary Gilkerson: Monotypes: September 8-19, 2006

if ART, International Fine Art Services
presents at
Gallery 80808/Vista Studios
808 Lady St., Columbia, S.C.

Phil Garrett & Mary Gilkerson:
M o n o t y p e s

Sept. 8 – 19, 2006

Artists’ Reception:
Friday, Sept. 8, 5 – 10 p.m.

For more information, CLICK HERE
contact Wim Roefs at if ART:
(803) 238-2351 –

For images of the installation CLICK HERE

Monday, August 21, 2006

Tony Malaby + Daniel Levin + Randy Peterson @ if ART Gallery, September 21, 2018

Tony Malaby + Daniel Levin + Randy Peterson 

@ if ART Gallery

September 21, 2018

Doors at 8 PM, show at 8:30 PM
Admission $10


Three innovative improvisers, engaging in collective free playing that traverses both ferocious and introspective aspects of their dialogue with tremendous technical skill and highly creative strategies.  

Tony Malaby, saxophones
"A hero of today's improvised music scene." Jazztimes

Daniel Levin, cello
"One of the instrument's most brilliant contemporary practitioners." The Wire

Randy Peterson, drums
"A rhythm prophet." All About Jazz

The group is also giving a workshop at the University of South Carolina School of Music, for more info follow the link

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Daniel Bachman @ if ART Gallery, September 10, 2018

Daniel Bachman @ if ART Gallery

September 10, 2018

8:30 PM


For more info CLICK HERE

Cortex @ if ART Gallery, September 14, 2018, 8;30 PM

if ART Concert Series presents: 


FRIDAY, September 14th, 2018

8:30 PM (door open at 8) Admission $10

Cortex (Norway) Features:

Thomas Johansson (trp)
Kristoffer Berre Alberts (sax)
Ola Høyer (bs)
Gard Nilssen (dr)

Cortex is a spirited combo that plays energetic jazz of the finest brand. With over two hundred live-performances and four albums, the quartet positions itself as one of the strongest additions to the Norwegian jazz scene. The members are amongst the most sought after young jazz performers in Norway today.

"No Scandinavian group since Atomic has so powerfully addressed and remade the free jazz of the 60s like Cortex. In a country whose creative music scene is celebrated for its bold hybrids of disparate sounds, Cortex goes another way, embracing tradition in its own unique way, with a personality sketched out by the strength of Johansson’s indelible themes and four distinctive improvisational voices." - Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader

"It sizzles with a barely contained energy, one that has yet to be harnessed or become world-weary." - 4.5 of 5 stars from Mark Corroto, AllAboutJazz