Rogue Festival 2015 proudly revealed its “Muse” – entitled Moving Free and its artist, Christopher Cayco at a reception hosted by KJWL Studios in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, January 27. Cayco’s work will grace the programs, posters, tee shirts, and badges for the 2015 Festival.
Each year a work of art is selected by Rogue organizers to be the Muse, or the “face of the festival”. This year, Festival producers are looking for a Muse that embodies what Rogue Festival is all about: creativity, energy, individuality, and so much more! “I wanted it to convey the feeling that we as artists have when we do our thing and make our art,” said Cayco.
For Rogue Festival, The Muse is the first piece of the puzzle that helps shape the inspiration and message of the the 10 day Festival that showcases local talent and hosts performers from all over North America. “We really believe that every Muse brings something to the Festival that embodies the spirit of the year. This year’s piece is energetic and has a terrific vibe,” said Rogue Festival Producer Jonathon Hogan.
Rogue Festival is an annual, non-juried performance and visual arts festival held in Fresno’s Historic Tower District and surrounding areas. The Festival aspires to bring emerging and established artists to audiences with works that are imaginative, innovative, and enriching.
For more information on Rogue Festival, go to their website www.roguefestival.com or their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/rogue.fresno) or twitter (@roguefestival).
Watch KRL over the next month for articles on Rogue performers and our special Rogue promo event pages! And once Rogue gets under way watch for our reviews!