EXPOSURE’s 2019 Recap

By Alexis Butler

EXPOSURE was back and better for its 3rd annual year on October 19th, 2019. This full-day event was filled with music, fashion, and dance like no other. The location was at The Pavilion in the Center of Tallahassee, allowing the audience to feel comfortable and excited. There were so many different aspects of the show to enjoy, including dancing, live art, a fashion show, and artist performances. The fun officially began at 1:30 pm with Studio D showing some spicy bachata moves. Then at 2 pm, the fashion show occurred, showcasing colorful designs from various designers. After the fashion show, we had performances by Johnny Sax, music from DJ L Smooth, and premier of live art. Following all this action was the music competition. The artists that graced EXPOSURE’s stage ranged from recording artist to talented singers. There were even fantastic vendors like Tally Thai, with sweet rolled ice cream to delicious smelling candles from Amelia’s Cute Candles. The day was just incredible, so if you missed out, please join us next year.

Tally Thai was one of our vendors selling delicious rolled ice cream.  At Tally Thai & Sushi, their goal is to provide the best quality and most authentic Thai food and sushi at reasonable prices.
Here was the beautiful Live art at EXPOSURE expressing police brutality and America’s anti-immigration laws.
Here’s a snippet of Thrifted Hands at EXPOSURE. This brand was created by Megan Grandbery to help individuals find their inner and outer fashion sense through various styles.  
One of EXPOSURE’s six performers, El Senor Picante

The last portion of EXPOSURE being the music competition was filled with amazing talent. Six artists performed on EXPOSURE’s stage ranging from vocalists to rappers. This opportunity allowed one individual to win an artist development package valued at over $500. The winner of the challenge was Juslop rapping his song “Wristwatch”.

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