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06.13 2008

Art shows this weekend

There are two art shows you should check out this weekend. Tonight, Mike Stein presents Double Dippin’ at Benna’s and Saturday, Exit presents Deck Heads. Follow the links for more info.

06.03 2008

Dark Meat at Space1026

Dark Meat last Thursday, 8-9 PM.

Larger photos can be found at www.flickr.com/space1026

05.24 2008

Crooked Smiles, Steady Voices, and a Trunk Full of Cash

Crooked Smiles, Steady Voices, and a Trunk Full of Cash
at Cinders Gallery
Brooklyn, NY

June 13th – July 13th 2008

Opening Reception Friday June 13th 6-10pm

Featuring AJ Fosik, William Buzzell, Kiersten Essenpreis, Souther Salazar, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Nate Crane, Sto, Kelie Bowman, Kyle Mock, Michelle Blade, Sean Samoheyl, Dustin Aksland, Bobby Hacker, and Maxim Ryazansky
Mailing address:
Cinders Gallery
103 Havemeyer st. store#2
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Email:
info@cindersgallery.com

Phone Number:
(718)388-2311

Hours:
Wed-Fri 2pm-8pm
Sat + Sun 12pm-7pm

Directions:
L/G train to Lorimer/Metropolitan Ave stop (second stop from Manhattan)
Exit at Union Ave and make left on Metropolitan Ave.
Walk towards the BQE (highway).
Go under it and keep walking till you get to Havemeyer st. and make a left.
We are 2 blocks south, between Hope st. and Grand st., next to the Hope Deli.
See you there!

05.20 2008

Small Change Presents: THE FREE TRANSLATORS touring film screening

Films and videos by Sabine Gruffat and Mary BillYou.

“Reminiscent of the do-it-yourself approach of the Riot Grrrl movement, this Spring two feminist provocateurs are taking their multimedia show on the road. Mary Billyou and Sabine Gruffat are hailing from Brooklyn, NY and Madison, WI to present “The Free Translators” touring east coast cities and towns with a program of radical videos and performances.

In between video screenings, The Free Translators present two “Live Tactical Translations,” or, live multimedia experiments inspired by 1970s feminist art and Soviet avant-garde news troupes. Culling from their library of text, sound, and image, alter egos Miss Reading and Miss Recognition communicate through matching headsets and manipulate analog recordings as they educate audiences in their unique methods of reading and comprehension.” (ArtSlant)

SUNDAY May 25th
$5:00
8:00pm
@ Space 1026
www.smallchangescreenings.com

05.15 2008

Pinata-making Workshop

THIS THURSDAY NIGHT May 15 – 7 to 9 PM

Pinata-making Workshop
Kristin Smith, an artist from Williamsburg, VA, leads a workshop on making pinatas. The pi

05.15 2008

Pinata-making Workshop

7-9PM

Kristin Smith, an artist from Williamsburg, VA, leads a workshop on making pinatas. The piñata is a brightly colored paper-mache container, often shaped as an animal and filled with treats. Participants will get to make their own pinata and take home a how-to zine.

05.11 2008

Music Performance – Dark Meat

EARLY SHOW. Doors at 7 pm. Music starts at 7:15 pm so be on time! Show ends by 9 pm. $6

Dark Meat
This 17-person music collective (Orange Twin Records/Vice Records) hails from Georgia and is as fond of Albert Ayler as we are.

Quiet Hooves
Weirdo crazy person country music from Athens. Pals with the Dark Meat collective.

At Space 1026
1026 Arch Street (10th and Arch Sts)
Philadelphia, PA

05.11 2008

Drawing Party

Let’s draw, collage, and make zines together. Meet some new friends!

05.11 2008

Tickley Feather and Colin from USAisamonster

Music Performance – Tickley Feather (Paw-Tracks) and Colin from USAisamonster (Load Records) perform. Tickley Feather grew up in central Virginia and now makes her home in Philly.

Back in the day, Colin helped run a DIY show space in Charlottesville, VA. These days, he lives in Brooklyn and makes awesome noisy music. $6. Doors open at 7 pm.

05.11 2008

Screen-printing Party

– 4:00PM

Thomas Dean and Travis Robertson screen print your shirt or hoodie or whatever for free. Thomas and Travis talk about their printing methods and styles at 1 pm.

Thomas’ shirts are seen on awesome peeps up and down the East Coast. Travis was an integral part of The Drama, a now-defunct arts quarterly. Hands down, these are two of the best printers out of central Virginia. Friends from Space 1026 will be printing, too!

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