On the evening of October 15th, DoReMe Movement presented an evening where several of the most creative souls in the city gathered to take part in a unique experience. For the night, ‘Lit House’ served as a mecca for local and not so local creatives, innovators and tastemakers. Upon entering, guests were greeted with a variety of works by local visual artists. J. Fresko of Hunstville, Alabama displayed several of his unique and vibrant prints while across the room, a few local vendors displayed many hand-painted items.
In the performance area, guests were vibing out and turning up to the sounds of DJ Go John Doe of Tuscaloosa, Alabama as he mixed high-energy sounds. The space was minimally but appropriately decorated to reflect the experience. The people were enamored with the artwork, dancing nonstop and most importantly mixing and mingling with new faces. Because of this experience, everyone had the opportunity to meet individuals like themselves who they never had the chance to encounter before. Later in the night, the live performances began. The artist lineup included DJ Don Jr., Jay Dot Rain, Wynt Earley, THE PRBLMS, Kudoz, and Carey Fountain – founder of DoReMe Movement and lead curator of Lit House. Each of these artists, although somewhat local for the most part, brought a unique vibe that provided something for every various soul in the building.
Scroll through the photos and check out the video below to get a feel for what you missed and what you have to look forward to the next time around. Photos courtesy of Natasha Evans and video courtesy of Travis Rive a.k.a.THE PRBLMS.
Written by 1SharpG