Starting today, performers can apply to be a part of the Arts Crawl, hosted by the Students Organizing the Multiple Arts (SOMA). The day-long event, which showcases local talent in a multitude of forms including art and music, will take place on Friday, April 17.
The event encourages bands and solo performers from across Pennsylvania and nearby states to apply and perform at the on-campus festival. The to-be-revealed headliner will perform in the Visual Arts Building, while the other acts perform and local art is exhibited in nearby buildings on the north end of campus.
With more than 20 spots open for performers, SOMA will contact the acts if they choose them for the Arts Crawl. There is no deadline for applications currently, but according to the Facebook event they will update those involved when one is set. The short application asks for information about the performer, as well as what the act will bring to the event with its talent.
Josh Glossner is a first generation Penn Stater majoring in print journalism from Bellefonte, Pa. He shares the same birthday as Jon Bon Jovi and Dr. Suess. You can find Josh rockin’ the 50s attire as a server at Baby’s Burgers and Shakes, where his milkshakes bring all the boys to the yard. He enjoys attempting to twerk in what little spare time he has and performs in local drag shows as Carrie Oakey.
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