- Mar. 20, 2012 - HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. --
Provocative artist, poet and writer, Kobina Wright, works against the clock to reach the goal to raise $2,500 by March 30, 2012 for her latest exhibit, Kobiphysics:
An Art Show. This fundraising initiative has been set up on the innovative online fundraising platform called, Kickstarter.com(
is a captivating artistic philosophy merging the study of the study of physics on a formulaic and artistic level. All supporters making a pledge of $1.00 or more to help bring this iconoclastic show to life will receive a special gift suitable for keeping for one’s self or giving away as a one of a kind gift for someone special. Those pledging $25.00 or more will receive works of art from the show or by the artist suitable for giving as gifts.
An Art Show”, dynamically exhibits the merging of art and science and will reveal the spectacle of this thrilling phenomena at the beautiful Huntington Beach Central Library on Friday, April 27th from 7pm to 8:30pm. There will be a visually engaging video for attendees to enjoy, art work inspired by physics formulas of art by
Kobina Wright, and a joyful ukulele performance by avant-garde new musical artist, Addae Jordan. Featured at the art show will also be an art work station where visitors can participate in the creation of a group work of art. Refreshments will also be available for attendees.
Kobina Wright is many things, including the creator of the Ħodaoa-Anibo language, but a by-stander, she is not! Whether you see her as a genius or something else, her work is sure to leave an impression on you. Wright is a second generation Southern California native and attended the University of Georgia for two years before transferring to California State University, Fullerton, where she earned her BA in Journalism with a minor in Afro-Ethnic Studies.
Pledges are being accepted via the following link:http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2111671218/kobiphysic...
An Art Show"
April 27th from 7pm to 8:30pm
7111 Talbert Avenue
Huntington Beach, CA 92648Photo: