Box Factory for the Arts Celebrates Art Exhibition Opening Reception and Welcomes Kecia Deroly in Concert on Saturday, December 8th

The Box Factory for the Arts is excited to unveil the final Art Exhibition of 2018, our Box Factory Artists and Members Show. The Exhibition is opening on Saturday, December 8th in a special Opening Reception from 5 to 7 pm. The exhibits will feature over 50 artists in all three of our galleries. During the reception, we are pleased to have Box Factory artist David Baker painting live in our gallery.

Saturday, December 8th

Opening Reception

5 to 7 pm

Exhibition runs December 8th – January 12

Williams and Whitlow Galleries – Box Factory Studio Artists

Riverwalk Gallery – Box Factory Members

Please join us after the reception when our Unwrapped Concert Series presents Kecia Deroly and Friends: Sounds of the Season. Kecia is planning a wonderful evening of music for you, including special guests and some of your favorite holiday tunes.

Kecia will be joined by Charles Johnson on bass, Eddie Eitcher on drums, Paul Lesinski on the keyboard and Steve Boersma on saxophone.

Saturday, December 8th

8 to 10 pm

Admission is $10 – tickets available at the door or in advance on our website. If you attend our Artists and Members Show at the Box – Opening Reception beforehand, you will receive $2 off.

Kecia Deroly is a theater veteran and world traveled concert performer. Some of her major accomplishments include The Yoke, A Christmas Carol, Fiddler on the Roof, A Chorus Line, A Christmas Story, State Fair, AIDA, Dreamgirls, Cinderella and The Lion King on Broadway. She performed two concert series at Carnegie Hall under the direction of the esteemed Tony Regina. She has been performing with several bands all over the world since the age of 14, lending her voice to several of NYC’s iconic performance stages, including The Iguana Lounge, Don’t Tell Mama Cabaret, Jelsomino, Lee Bergman Theater, TOSHI’s Living Room, and URBO ‘Lights Out On Broadway’ to name a few.

Kecia is also known for her many solo concert performances throughout the United States including “Broadway Past and Present” (a one woman tribute to Broadway) and “Make Them Laugh, Make Them Cry, Bring Them Hope” (a tribute to female performers who have paved the way for other female artists). She performed as backup singer to Brandy Norwood during her world tour in 2012, as well as performing private events for Queen Latifah, Idina Menzel, Sean “Puffy” Coombs, Jim Carrey, and B.B. King. She’s finished a three-year contract as a soloist and show band performer traveling the world on several Carnival and Norwegian cruise ships. Kecia moved from New York City to Michigan in the past year and is excited to make her mark.