Tuesday Evening February 5, 2019

7 to 9:30pm
Suggested Donation: $20;
no one will be turned away for lack of funds
All ages; children under 12 free
Wheelchair Acessible

Join Gaelynn Lea for a talk on accessibility and the arts, followed by a performance and a Q&A. Seating is limited to 50 seats, so reserve a place in advance! The $20 suggested donation goes to support Gaelynn Lea and also the Jaffe Center for Book Arts.

“Don’t call me an ‘inspiration’… The way your body is is the way you experience the world.” The Jaffe Center for Book Arts is devoted to helping folks experience new concepts and new perspectives, and here comes Gaelynn Lea, offering just that. Since winning NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest in 2016, Gaelynn Lea has been on the road, performing throughout North America and the UK. On her new recording, “Learning How to Stay,” Gaelynn is backed by a full band, and plays a mix of haunting original songs and traditional fiddle tunes. "Velvet Underground meets Little House on the Prairie.” ––Jeremy Ylvisaker


Her February 5 event here at JCBA is a solo show in the beautifully intimate setting of the Jaffe Book Arts Gallery. Seating in the gallery is limited to 50 seats. We recommend reserving your seats through Gaelynn Lea’s Eventbrite site: (Suggested donation is $20, but Gaelynn does not want you to feel discouraged if you can’t afford that. In order to reserve a seat, the Eventbrite website requires a donation of at least $1).