Ballroom Marfa hosted Maria Minerva in the courtyard on Thursday, July 6, 2017. Her performance was preceded by a “sunset tent” set by W. Creeves, and the evening featured visual accompaniment by VJ Mellow Arms. Wienertown, the latest contender on the Marfa culinary scene, served hot dogs.
This event was free and open to the public.
Maria Minerva is Maria Juur, Estonian producer, writer and environmental advocate living in Los Angeles. Maria Minerva has been featured in The New York Times, NPR, Vice, Pitchfork, Interview Magazine, I-D, Dazed & Confused, Vogue and countless other media outlets. She received two Estonian Music Awards in the categories of Best Female and Best Electronic Album in 2015. She has been living in the US for the last 5 years and was named one of the seminal Los Angeles artists by The Guardian in 2017. Maria Minerva is also a proud member of the Estonian Green Party.
Maria Minerva’s performance is made possible by the generous support of Ballroom Marfa members and the Ballroom Marfa Board of Trustees.
Ballroom Marfa extends a special thank you to Daniella Ben-Bassat, Cuca Flores, Sophia Fish, Marfa Recording Co., Callie Meeks, VJ Mellow Arms, W.Creeves, and Wienertown.
In kind support provided by Big Bend Brewing Co. and SAVED Wines.