Pam's Party Line: Don't miss Art Melt Pam's Party Line: Don't miss Art Melt Photo provided by SHARON MCKNIGHT --- At the Dr. Martin L. King Zachary Committee Scholarship Luncheon June 14 at Lagniappe Restaurant in Baker are, from left, this year's recipients Lillie Snowden, Ronesia Rogers, Kiara Davis and Kelli McFarland; featured speaker John Smith of 100 Black Men; and recipients Kentrell Burrell II, Janesia Rogers, Kiara Parker and Kimberely Grover. Carolyn Hall chaired the event with assistance from Lorretta Robinson, Linda Rubbins and Julie Gray. Advocate story Aug. 04, 2014 Comments One of summer’s most anticipated events takes place this weekend — Forum 35’s Art Melt — set for downtown at the Capitol Park Museum. It kicks off with a Patron’s Preview Friday night. This is a ticketed event, but Saturday night’s festivities are free and open to the public. Now in it’s 10th year, Art Melt is the largest multimedia, juried art exhibit in the state. All of the artwork on display is available for sale, but that’s not all. The evening also features live music, performing arts and culinary creations. Put this one on your calendar; you don’t want to miss out. It starts at 5 p.m. Follow Pam on Twitter @pamspartyline. Items for Pam’s Party Line must be received by 9 a.m. the Monday preceding the run date. High-resolution digital photos should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hard copy photos should be dropped off at or mailed to The Advocate, 7290 Bluebonnet Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70821. Events will run no later than four weeks after they have taken place. The date, place of the event and a contact name and daytime phone number must be included. Photos will be used at the discretion of The Advocate.