Earlier this month, artsy nonprofit Glovebox took over DTX
hangout Scholars, where local musicians Ederson, Kristin Cifelli, and the
Chaparrals serenaded the culture-vulture crowd. Guests sipped specialty
cocktails, bid on silent-auction items (think 2-D and 3-D artwork, a staycation
at the Liberty Hotel, and a man-cave package for sports fans), and waited for
the big announcement: the winner of the evening's raffle for shiny new wheels
from Scooters Go Green. Proceeds supported Glovebox's annual Short Film and
Animation Festival, art-lending programs, and other projects highlighting
emerging local talents. Find out more at glvbx.com.
Gerard Andal and Kyle Christian Andal, video-effects compositors at Zero VFX
Talk about brotherly
love: these Cali-born siblings come as a package deal and always sign on to new
ventures together. Whenever they move to a new place for work, they make
sure the contract includes both of them.
Stay tuned this summer for their
latest project, The Way, Way Back, a Massachusetts-filmed
dramedy starring Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Sam Rockwell, Maya Rudolph, and
Kyle's outfit was born of
laundry-day leftovers. He donned Stacy Adams shoes and a charcoal-gray Express
suit and sweater, while Gerard kept it more casual in an earthy ensemble: a
Kenneth Cole sweater and pants paired with Timberland Earthkeepers boots.
More parties! At thePhoenix.com/parties. See you out there!