Help Anthropos Arts continue to use the power of music mentoring to increase access to higher education for underserved students.
Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year-giving. Giving Bluesday is Anthropos Arts' uniquely Austin twist on this national day of giving. This year's event is a safe socially-distanced experience at the Blue Starlite Drive-In. Join us for a double feature presenting our very own AnthroKids and the documentary Amazing Grace, a concert film about the recording of Aretha Franklin's 1972 live album of the same name. The fun also includes a P. Terry's food truck and exciting raffles! Doors open at 5:45 pm and the show starts at 6:45 pm.
Giving Bluesday is accompanied by a month-long fundraising campaign which supports our mission to bring high-quality music education to low-income students. 2020 has been an unprecedented year for everyone including our AnthroKids. They need us now more than ever as they face the stresses of social isolation and remote learning. We've continued to guide our students through it all via virtual music lessons and 'home-recording' and we need your help to keep it going! You can donate straight to our Giving Bluesday 2020 Fundraiser by following this link or texting GBD 2020 to 512-866-7826.
SAFETY RULES AND POLICES AT THE BLUE STARLITE DRIVE-IN:
- In-car viewing only - no open hatchbacks or sitting in truck beds
- Must wear a mask while not in car
- Car windows must be rolled up 75% if not wearing a mask while parked in drive-in area
- Due to in-car viewing only, cars can be kept running for air-conditioning purposes