GRAMMY MUSEUM® ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE PROGRAM AND FREE ENTRY IN HONOR OF AMY WINEHOUSE EXHIBIT OPENING AND LAUNCH OF GRAMMY® WEEK



EVENTS WILL CELEBRATE THE EXHIBIT OPENING OF BEYOND BLACK – THE STYLE OF AMY WINEHOUSE AND KICK-OFF GRAMMY WEEK ON JAN. 20
WHO:   Beyond Black — The Style Of Amy
Winehouse will offer a retrospective of Winehouse’s career, her biggest influences, her most iconic fashion moments, and how she — while
only living to be 27 and releasing two studio albums — left an indelible mark on music, fashion and pop culture. The exhibit will also touch on how Winehouse’s untimely passing led her family to create the Amy
Winehouse Foundation, which works to inspire children and young
people to build their self-esteem and resilience so that they can
flourish.
 
To celebrate the exhibit opening, Winehouse’s stylist, Naomi Parry, and Winehouse’s close friend, Catriona Gourlay, will discuss stories and the history behind these costumes at the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater as
part of an exclusive members-only program on Jan. 20. The discussion will be moderated by, music journalist, Eve Barlow. Afterwards, the
Museum will offer a free first-come, first-served, public launch party
as a special kickoff to GRAMMY Week. The exhibit opens to the public
on Jan. 17 and will run through April 13, 2020.
WHAT:   GRAMMY Museum® exclusive
program for Museum members with Amy Winehouse’s stylist, Naomi
Parry, and Winehouse’s close friend, Catriona Gourlay, hosted by, music journalist, Eve Barlow, followed by a free public launch party as a
special kickoff to GRAMMY® Week.
WHEN:   Monday, Jan. 20
5 –6 p.m. PT: Exclusive Program for Museum Members
6 – 9 p.m. PT: Free Public Museum Entry (first come, first served)
RSVP for launch party here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beyond-black-the-style-of-amy-winehouse-exhibit-launch-party-tickets-88753822071
WHERE:   GRAMMY Museum L.A. Live
800 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
90015
ABOUT THE GRAMMY MUSEUM
The GRAMMY Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to
cultivating a greater understanding of the history and significance of
music through exhibits, education, grants, preservation initiatives,
and public programming. Paying tribute to our collective musical
heritage, the Museum explores and celebrates all aspects of the art
form — from the technology of the recording process to the legends
who’ve made lasting marks on our cultural identity.
 
For more information, visit www.grammymuseum.org, «like» the
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Twitter and Instagram.
 
 
ABOUT EVE BARLOW
Eve Barlow is an LA-based freelance journalist for The GuardianLos Angeles TimesGQNew York MagazinePitchforkPlayboy and Billboard, among many others. Barlow is also a Contributing Editor at Q
Magazine and was formerly NME‘s Deputy Editor.
 
 
ABOUT CATRIONA GOURLAY
Catriona and Amy were close friends for many years and lived
together in Camden during the period that formed the basis of the
songs that became the record Back to Black.
 
At the time, Catriona worked locally in vintage shops on Camden
high street and in the Stables market. This heavily influenced Amy
from a stylistic point of view; her look began to reflect the girls she
was spending time with, eventually becoming the signature-recognized silhouette associated with her.
 
Professionally, Catriona is a recruiter for the Music industry. In
addition to her full time role, Catriona works closely with the Amy
Winehouse Foundation on the ‘Amy’s Yard’ program whose aim is to
support the personal development of disadvantaged young people
through music.
 
 
ABOUT NAOMI PARRY
Naomi is a London-based creative director and costume designer.
 
She has over a decade of experience spanning music, TV, film and
advertising with many high-profile clients – most notably Amy
Winehouse who she worked with on all major appearances and
performances from 2006 culminating in the creation of her bespoke
final tour wardrobe in 2011.
 
Tired of the constant stream of negative press surrounding Amy,
with so much focus on her demise and little on her many
achievements, she set up the multi-platform project ‘Beyond Black’ in
2019 which celebrates Amy as a cultural icon. With a series of
exhibitions running between 2020 and 2021 to mark the 10 years
since her passing, she also spearheads other projects utilizing her and
the estate’s private collections to continue Amy’s legacy and raise
awareness for The Amy Winehouse Foundation.

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