Saturday May 21 at 6pm

Namba Arts presents three exciting Ventura musicians and artists as they explore pivotal moments that change perspectives. The visual art and music of Corey Highberg, Jaqueline Moore, and Jason Brock carve a path through life experiences, shaping focus with audio expression and optical brilliance. Peer through the looking glass and find yourself as these three incredible performers examine what it means to experience a change-over, that moment that alters where you stand in your own life-story. Expect visual works by Moore and Brock, with storytelling, music performances, and poetry throughout the evening.

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Service Fee $2.00
Total Payable Amount $22.00
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Corey Hugh Highberg
Corey Highberg is a Southern Californian native, teaching, performing, and writing about music throughout his life. He currently teaches and studies Musicology at Cal State Long Beach and plays his enthusiastic mix of originals and covers at various venues throughout the southland. Influenced by Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, Billy Joel, and many more, his music weaves a fascinating narrative of the complexities behind the human heart. Visit his social media or explore his webpage at to find out where you can catch his next great act!

Jaqueline Moore
Maya Lumen is the compositional exploration of fine art painter and psychotherapist Jacqueline F. Moore. Through a series of synchronicities, Maya Lumen joined GYPSYPOP Records to release the debut EP ‘Ellipsis’ in 2020. Primarily instrumental, Maya Lumen is a constellation of Latin, jazz, and symphonic articulations.

Jason Brock
Jason Brock is a future primitive artist with a background in social and ecological activism. He has served on the boards of the Ventura Artists’ Union and AWAKE Community whose missions are to educate and support arts and culture in their local communities. Currently, Jason is focused on recording his next album of new classic rock and constructing an immersive real world digital hybrid project entitled Stargazers.

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