The Glamor Bar residency

Kellie O’Dempsey was the artist in residence at the The Glamor Bar, Shanghai, China. from June 11 – 3 July 2010. Painting scenes live at the Glamour Bar (She painted the fabulous mural during the 10th anniversary party which is permanently featured in the bar) where she mesmerized all. Described as a luxurious salon, The Glamour Bar is renowned for its edgy entertainment – going against the grain with shows and performances reeking of individuality and non-conformity.  Rock, pop, drag, funk, soul, film, literature. Over this period Kellie painted live Theo Croker’s Afro Sonic Orchestra, DJ T.Easy and the Luz Roja party, William Barton (one of Australia’s leading didjeridu players and composers) accompanied by Max Hay, the Crystal Chamber Music: Ensemble  featuring Les Amis and Jensen Lam and Abigail Washburn & Friends.

Artist in Residence at The Glamour Bar-Live 2010

Described as a luxurious salon, The Glamour Bar is renowned for its
edgy entertainment – going against the grain with shows and performances
reeking of individuality and non-conformity. Rock, pop, drag, funk,
soul, film, literature.

June 11 – 3 July, 10pm-late

Artist Kellie O’Dempsey Painting, Live as artist in residence every
Friday and Saturday night from June 11-July 3, painting the scene at the
Glamour Bar live and as it happens. (She painted our fabulous mural
during the 10th anniversary party which is featured in the bar).

June 11, 10pm

Afro-sonic at Glamour Bar with live resident artist Kellie O’Dempsey

Shanghai’s only 10 piece Afro-Beat Orchestra performs music
influenced by the sounds of Africa, featuring Shanghai’s favourite
trumpeter Theo Croker. Artist-in-residence this month, the fabulous
Kellie O’Dempsey,

June 19,  10pm

Resident DJ T.Easy presents another Luz Roja party with a secret selection of international Djs.

June 24, 10pm

William Barton one of Australia’s leading didjeridu players and
composers and is a powerful advocate for the wider perception of his
cultural traditions plays some low down late night tunes with Max Hay.

June 27, 4pm

Crystal Chamber Music: Ensemble Les Amis and Jensen Lam
RMB 65, includes a drink; students, RMB 10
Crystal Room, 7th floor

The Performers: Ensemble Les Amis
Piano – Tang Jin
Violin – Wu Shu Ting
Clarinet – Li Cong
Mezzo – Fan Ya Tin
Viola – Jensen Lam

July 1, 10pm-late Abigail Washburn & FriendsNo
cover chargeSinging, songwriting, Illinois-born, Nashville-based
clawhammer banjo player Abigail Washburn pairs venerable folk elements
with the sounds of China, from songs she has written in Chinese.

Shanghai’s only 10 piece Afro-Beat Orchestra performs music
influenced by the sounds of Africa, featuring Shanghai’s favourite
trumpeter Theo Croker. Artist-in-residence this month, the fabulous
Kellie O’Dempsey, paints the scene live