Indigo lounge is a community of artists that spread education, activism and awareness through poetry and music. It is a place where we gather to network in a safe environment with like minded people who have a desire to uplift humanity. Indigo lounge digs deeper than the average poetry spot. It’s not just about entertainment, it’s also about sharing resources and valuable information. It is a representation of Los Angeles culture and how we can progress and evolve together.
Working on your professional reel for auditions or paid work? Indigo lounge is a platform that tapes shows so that we can help foster your career towards bigger and better projects. As an artist it is important to document your work. I believe, artists are the true historians of the world. This venue has been established as a vessel for independent artists to sell their promotional items and most importantly, be heard.
Whether you define yourself as a poet or spoken word artists, a professional does his/her research and knows when to humble himself/herself towards certain projects or creative collectives. We are all linked together in this great cycle of life. When we allow ourselves to give without expecting to receive, the universe comes back to us in great measures. I admire artists who share their verses to provoke feelings, thoughts and emotions in hopes of inspiring others. Saving someone’s life or mental state as a poet will always be priceless. Being able to empower one self as a poet is priceless. Personally, there is something empty about wanting to be a “poet” just to get paid. As the founder, I envisioned this space as a means to start a dialogue. It is not intended for the artist who wants all the attention but refuses to stay present for anything or anyone else. It is not intended for the Hollywood poet who slips out the door like a superstar after their performance is over. I don’t judge people for who they are or who they want to be. Everyone has their own personal journey to travel in life.
If your mind state is of a “Hollywood” poet who demands diva services, this movement is probably not for you. However, I dare you to open your mind and step out of your comfort zone. Share OUR experience at Indigo Lounge. Share YOUR experience at Indigo Lounge. Let’s learn from each other.