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"Anger: the Best Medicine" exhibit opens this Friday!

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... also including a late arrival, a brand new sculpture by Matt Cygnet which will stop you in your tracks.

WHERE:  SCENE Metrospace Gallery, 303 Abbott Rd., East Lansing, MI 48823

WHEN:  6-9 P.M., Friday July 21

WHAT:  An opening reception featuring poetry by Nicolas Hampton and other local voices, refreshments, and mingling artists.  FREE and open to the public, however space is limited...


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Gil Mantera's Party Dream / Things Without Wings / The Never / Hawks and Snakes

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8.5"x14" poster by Peter for Stargrazer LLC, more can be seen at gigposters.com


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New Edition | Call for Submissions

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our fifth edition, The Plague of Language. Fifteen projects related to the theme can be seen online at www.dispatx.com, featuring poetry by JH Prynne and Rod Mengham, sound pieces from Paul Whitty and Chris Mann, and a full length interview with Marc D Hauser of Harvard University. [more] [press]

We are also actively seeking proposals for collaborative projects related to the new theme in exploration : Improvised Maps.  This theme explores correlation, translation and recursion, and relates closely to the creative method – the organising process which translates creative vision into creative output. [more]


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CD Release March 25 / "They Die In Movies"

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Saturday, March 25th at Scene Metrospace Gallery, bear witness to the culmination of months of labor and love...

They Die In Movies is a narrative-based installation produced and directed by Jeni Mc, featuring fashions by Berry Noxon, and photography by Cody Hinze and Juan Beltran.  It is film-themed and has been variously described as "a movie that never happened" and "a look through a director's eye."  The exhibit takes place during the East Lansing Film Festival and continues on through May 13.



Simultaneously, It Takes A Village To Make Records will release the much-anticipated "First-Hand Accounts, Theories & Their Repercussions" CD compilation.  A double-length album on one CD, FHATATR is a genre-hopping collection of original independent music from all over the country.

The CD release will feature a giant mix CD swap!  Bring your own homemade mix CD to trade for a copy of the compilation CD -- other than that, it's FREE!  Bring an extra copy of your mix to trade with other release party-goers...

There will also be performances by Rai and Canada, as well as a screening of "Hello and Goodbye" by Detroit's Test Pattern Pictures.

We thank "They Die In Movies" for graciously hosting our CD release.

See you there!

ITAV



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  • congratulations on the release!
    - [ben]

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Dorkbot.detroit Signal Processing Chain Phase II

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3 March 2006 - 7:30pm, Dreamland Theater, Ypsilanti, MI


The idea of the signal processing chain is to have an audio source that will send an audio signal to a person with a device that can manipulate sound. That person's signal would then be passed to the next person and so on. Could we control the audio? Would it be just noise? How many people can we get to show up? This time around we are taking the chain to the one of the most wonderful spots in Ypsilanti, MI - The Dreamland Theater. This hub of creativity is best known as a puppet theater, but this theater is a bastion for the experimental arts -- maybe one of the last great outposts fighting against Reality Incorporated.

You can come out to watch us control the signal beast or if you are interested, you can come out to participate - in which case, please contact bubblegone@yahoo.com to register.

Dorkbot.detroit Web Site


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Sync 06

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Ann Arbor, MI, March 7 -11, 2006 The Duderstadt Center at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


Entity, the University of Michigan’s premiere digital arts coalition, invites you to attend Sync ‘06, an annual Multimedia Digital Arts Festival occurring March 7th through the 11th at the Duderstadt Center on the University of Michigan north campus. The festival features cutting edge works and performances that find a point of union between art and technology, and are offered in a range of mediums from digital painting, photography and animation, to installation and multimedia performance.

The Gallery (open March 7- 10 from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m.) in the Duderstadt Center will feature work by David Holtek, Leslie Sobel, Margaret Parker and others. Please join us for an opening celebration March 9th at 5:00 p.m. in the Duderstadt Center. The schedule of performances is as follows: (all performances start at 7:00 p.m. and are held in the Video Studio in the Duderstadt Center)

Mar. 9th -- Dorkbot.Detroit at Sync featuring Brian Schorn, Jeff Karolski, and Chris Landau.

Mar. 10th -- featuring Will Soderberg, Verzerren vs. Bubblegone, and The Digital Music Ensemble directed by Steve Rush.

Mar. 11th -- featuring The Earthwurms, Matt Borghi, and Drafted by Minotaurs.

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Spiral

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Anyone in the Richmond VA. area should check out Spiral 4 the war on apathy continues. April 15th at AlleyKatz. 

spiral is a loose collection of painters, musicians, sculptors, spoken word artists, dancers, photographers, and performance artists in the Richmond area. Together, we are striving to present the community with a unique experience via simultaneous exposure to many different forms of art. Working together, we hope to produce amazing, one-of-a-kind, multi-media, multi-sensory art shows at different venues around the city. Currently, we are working with AlleyKatz, but eventually we hope to expand to many different venues, both indoor and outdoor"

Check out their website www.spiral-rva.com.

Contact them or just let me know, I'm sure you can set up an outside circle booth.

thanks Danny



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  • thanks danny! we'd love to set something up.
    - [ben]

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Service-Works Grants

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This came in via Louis Rawlins:

"My name is Josh Greene. I am a 34 - year old artist and waiter. Service-Works is my own foundation that is designed to bridge the gap between my art career and my service industry career. Each month I dedicate one night’s worth of my tips to fund a project. For the past twelve years I have been doing art projects while making a living waiting tables. I currently work as a captain (quite similar to a waiter) in a fine-dining restaurant in San Francisco."

The deadline for February is the 21st, however there is one grant per month (of around $250).

I think this is a great idea (and ties directly into "Waiting...", which opened yesterday.)


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A little life for Flint

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Those of you from Michigan probably have some idea what kind of shape Flint is in right now. For those of you who've never seen the second Motor City, watch Michael Moore's "Roger &Me"—yep, that's pretty much what it still looks like. Red Ink Studios (www.redinkstudios.com) hopes to change that a bit by setting up free space for artists in a formerly-abandoned building downtown. The group has already set up a similar program in the San Francisco area with some success by taking a percentage of the sale of art created in these free spaces. The artists that are given free studio space also earn their keep by helping out with art classes and programs in local schools—something Flint schools really need. You creative-types know what an impact a little art and culture can have. Let's hope this can breathe some new life into Flintown. I heard about this on Michigan Public Radio, so if you're interested stop by their site or check out Red Ink's.


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  • This is very cool. It took a little computing to remember why I knew this name....more
    - [name not provided]
  • Thanks for this post! I recently moved to Linden (30min south of flint) and am e...more
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ConcerningDesign.

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Check out ConcerningDesign.org , a weblog focusing on design and design education.

Comments and insights are welcomed!




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Scene Metrospace Benefit This Saturday

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Saturday, February 11, 7:00 pm

That's Him! That's The Guy!
The Cartridge Family
Free Element


At Scene Metrospace Gallery, 303 Abbott Rd., E. Lansing MI 48823

$5 - All Ages - Doors at 6:30 - Food provided by Flat's Grill

This is a benefit concert for "They Die In Movies," a non-traditional look through the camera-eye of an unrealized film.  "They Die In Movies" is directed/produced by Jeni Mc with fashion and costume design by Berry Noxon, photography by Juan Beltran and Cody Hinze, and "product placement" by local artists.


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  • Holy smokes, the Cartridge Family DESTROYED Metrospace...then got out a vacuum c...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • wish i could've been there.
    - [ben]

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10 New Projects Published for Exploration

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Dispatx Art Collective
are pleased to announce the publication of ten projects selected to show the development of the theme in exploration : The Plague of Language. Each artist or group of artists working on a collaborative project has been assigned a space in which they can update the details of their project throughout its development using blog technology.

Press release | Nota de prensa

Project information | Información de proyectos



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"waiting..."

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Richmond, Virginia (Carytown): Limani Fish Grill announces the opening of its first ever exhibition,
"Waiting..." on Sunday, February 19th.  The exhibit features the artwork of Richmond's waitstaff/ bartenders/ kitchenstafff.  Come feast your eyes and enjoy live music, hors d'oerves and a cash bar. 
Free and open to the public.
 
From 3pm - 8pm. 3123 W. Cary St. Richmond, VA 23221
 


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  • If you live in the Richmond, VA area and are currently employed at a restaurant,...more
    - [pax]
  • is that the OCC tag I see on this poster?
    - [stargrazer]
  • indeed it is. occ represented in full force. we had a table with business cards,...more
    - [ben]
  • the show was a big success, and the owner of the restaurant has already given pe...more
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Dispatx Art Collective : New Theme for Exploration

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Dispatx Art Collective
is calling for collaborative project proposals and submissions based on the current theme in exploration : The Plague of Language

The theme is underpinned by countless interconnected forms of communication, drawing on the rich history of human utterance and phonology: its consideration suggests a simultaneous reassessment of how we define language and semantics, and highlights an inherent philosophical discourse concerning how we can think about thought, or use language to explore language.

We are looking for collaborators to consider working with us as a part of our 'Work in Progress' area - demonstrating the process that translates creative vision into artistic output - as well as submissions of finished work aligned to the theme.

For more information, submission guidelines and schedule details, please visit www.dispatx.com

To contact us directly, please email submissions@dispatx.com


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First-Hand Accounts, Theories, & Their Repercussions

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various artists:  first hand accounts, theories & their repercussions"First-Hand Accounts, Theories, & Their Repercussions," a CD compilation of independent music, is in the middle stages of production.  Over thirty musicians and bands have responded from Texas, New York, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.  Styles range from fingerstyle acoustic guitar to electroclash, from lo-fi to hi-fi, from calm to cathartic.

A profile has been set up (http://www.myspace.com/itav) where you can hear some of the songs, view album artwork, read mini-interviews with the artists involved, and find out how to get your very own copy of this FREE compilation.

This week's songs are from singer-songwriter Jen Sygit, musicologist and fingerstyle guitarist Nick Schillace, Chicago-based organ rockers Oh My God, and Michigan bedroom-recordist Stargrazer.  These songs will be posted until December 9.

Next weeks songs will feature multi-instrumental ensemble Canada, Texan synth-pop experimenters The Mnemonic Devices, electronic music from Rubber Band Banjo, and rock'n'roll goodness from The Casionauts.

Please visit the profile, listen, leave remarks, add as a friend, etc.

Enjoy!



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  • i got a chance to check out the tracks— nicey goods! nick shillace has som...more
    - [ben]
  • Glad you liked it...want to distribute some of the finished comps in Richmond?
    - [stargrazer]
  • New songs posted this morning. Enjoy!
    - [stargrazer]
  • what a cool idea!!
    - [pax]
  • inspired by JOMAS!
    - [stargrazer]
  • The compilation is done and set for a March 25th release -- stay tuned for detai...more
    - [stargrazer]

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WCBN

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One of our OCC members has hit the airwaves.  Whether you're on your way to work or just up really early, check out DJ Nayiri's great selection on Freeform Monday mornings from 6-9am, or catch it online at WCBN (88.3 FM in Ann Arbor).





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Cir*cus/ Car*ni*val

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(SCENE) Metrospace Debuts “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” Exhibition Friday, November 18, 2005

EAST LANSING, Mich.— (SCENE) Metrospace announces the opening of its latest exhibition, “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” on Friday, Nov. 18. “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” explores the imagination, oddities, animals, wonder, excitement, and misfortunes of the events that have become a cultural tradition: the Circus and the Carnival.

The 12 local and national artists participating in “Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” each explore diverse aspects of the events through various medias and themes:

• New Jersey based photographer Melanie
Heinrich has spent over 30 years of her life documenting behind the scenes of the carnival will display her prints and documentary.

• Beulah based Tara Hackett’s mixed media paintings capture the charm and history of the traveling circus and carnival throughout the 50's and 60's.

• Krys Tourtois, a Lansing based artist will explore an unromanticized and often overlooked aspect of the carnival experience in her paintings of sideshow women.

• Detroit based Carl Oxley explores a happy-go-lucky and exciting view in his colorful pop-art paintings.


• Ann Arbor based Amanda Miller will display her mystifying freak show paintings.

• Lansing based artist Tim Lane will display a quirky and fun carnival game installation.

• Farmington Hills based mosaic artist Ellen Stern expresses an imaginative spin on the circus with her ceramic, fiber, and installation works.

• Highland and Detroit based artists Chris Sandon and Jason Lee Starin will team up to make humorous psychedelic folk art that illustra
tes the stranger side of the events.

• Saginaw based artist Janie Peters will uncover a darker aspect of the circus and carnival, the mistreatment of animals, with her mixed media sculpture.

• Lansing based artist John Kroneman will explore his personal roots to the circus with paintings of his ancestors.


• Columbia, MO based artist Claudia Drake uses digital collage, fusing together antique engravings into her own juxtapositions to express her vision of the carnival.

“Cir•cus/Car•ni•val” opens with a free public reception at (SCENE) Metrospace on Friday, Nov. 18 from 6-10 p.m. The reception will feature a special circus-themed performace from Lansing spacerock favorites, Calliope. Circus and carnival themes events, games, and excitement will take place
all throughout the evening. All food will be graciously provided by Spartan Signature Catering. All ages are welcome, costumes are encouraged, and space is limited.
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  • nice poster ben!
    - [stargrazer]
  • Opening's this Friday!
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Dispatx Art Collective

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Dispatx Art Collective are pleased to announce the publication of our fourth edition - Abandonment. This edition contains 14 works comprising narrative and poetry, essay, photography, oil painting and sculpture, and video.

To speak of abandonment suggests a withdrawal or relinquishment of influence, the exposure of a physical or social structure to the dereliction of time or a cessation of protection. It can also describe a state in which one is given over to forces beyond oneself – the extreme highs and lows of the human condition. Above all, the act of abandonment implies transfer – something orphaned is passed to another controlling agent, something is gained.

The editorial discusses each of the works in detail : in addition, all archive issues can now be searched by work title, description, and artist details. For more details, come to www.dispatx.com


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The Little Bang Theory

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FRANK PAHL (www.frankpahl.com) is one of the most distinctive and charming voices in contemporary American music. He has received numerous awards, grants, and residencies for his innovative compositions using homemade automatic instruments. Inspired by the works of Trimpin and Pierre Bastien, Pahl began to delve deeply into the creation of automatic instruments, using these instruments as the fundamental foundation of his compositions. His work has included pieces for automatic string quartet, automatic doorbell quartet, and bicycle quartet. Pahl has received over 60 commissions for theater, film and dance and his music appears on over 60 releases. His latest band, Little Bang Theory, is named after the essay of the same title by the improvising musician Frederic Rzewski. Rzewski describes an approach to music well suited to improvisation. Basically each note can be seen as a little bang, with the possibility of introducing a new universe of music. Though the band performs on toy instruments the music runs the gamut from improvisation to toypop to soundtrack-inspired music...not easy to describe...best to see. Toy Suite #2 was made possible by a 2005 Meet the Composer grant.


Frank Pahl's Little Bang Theory with special guest Nick Schillace.
Sunday, November 13 at the University of Michigan Museum of Art
8pm - Free!
This show is sponsered by UMMA and WCBN.

525 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
(734)763-UMMA
www.wcbn.org
www.umma.umich.edu

NICK SCHILLACE (www.nickschillace.com) is a Detroit area composer, teacher, and musicologist exploring what it means to be an American musician. In 2002 he completed a graduate thesis on the late guitarist John Fahey, and utilizes Fahey's self-described style of syncopated "American Primitive" fingerstyle guitar as the foundation for his own technique. This style, based on early forms of blues, folk, and old-time music, provides the perfect foundation for larger and more expansive musical compositions incorporating a wide range of his own idiosyncratic influences. He has been touring extensively both locally and nationally since releasing his debut acoustic instrumental album "Box Canyon" in June 2005. He also writes and performs with the groups indoorpark and Big Lake Trawler.

"Box Canyon is a collection of nine pensive and frequently
beautifully played songs for acoustic guitar"
- Steve Byrne,  Detroit Free Press

“Nick paints melodies as a painter . . . his techniques
are solid and the music is engaging. He has his own signature.”
-Henk te Veldhuis . . . Bridge Guitar Reviews

“ . . . inspired melodic evolutions. recommended.”
-Gerald Van Waes . . . Psychedelic Folk

“Nick Schillace's solo acoustic guitar music is propelled by a command
of the traditional and fueled by an expression of a truly original voice."
-Jon Moshier, music coordinator/on-air host WDET-FM Detroit Public Radio



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  • Anyone going to be in Ann Arbor next Sunday? Might be an opportunity to hang ou...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • The show was really well attended. What a fun concept, superbly executed.
    - [stargrazer]
  • Turn's out this is the 3rd in WCBN's concert series. The first two (last year)...more
    - [stargrazer]

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Pasos

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The Museo del Estado in Morelia, Mexico is holding an exhibition of the work of Antonio Zirión entitled Pasos, en homenaje a Henri Cartier-Bresson. Antonio is an active member of OCC, contributing work to both 03/05 issues of JOWAI and the 05 issue of JOMAS. Congratulations Antonio!

Click on the image at right to view.



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  • ¡Las felicitaciones, Antonio!
    - [stargrazer]

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Ohmigawd! It's Oh My God, October 28th

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Oh My God
with Starling Electric
and The Fluoride Program
Friday, October 28

Doors - 9 pm, Show - 10 pm

$8 for 21+, $10 for 18+

At Lansing's Temple Club
500 East Grand River Ave.

"Chicago rock trio oh my god is powered by overdriven organ, nasty bass guitar, pounding drums and some surprising pop hooks. Imagine the Doors, if they'd been on SST, or Freddy Mercury fronting a punk band. No guitars here--they've been co-opted by the organ-and-Leslie combo." -- www.sonicbids.com

"Sounds like a Christian-rock band? It's not. But oh my god doesn't have a notarized contract on file at the devil's office, either. THIS CHICAGO ROCK BAND IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH GOD OR SATAN..." -- www.myspace.com/ohmygod

I've lost count now how many times I've had the earthly pleasure of seeing Oh My God play their sanctified organ-bass-drums rock and roll. They are consumate showmen, fiercely talented musicians, and really fun people to hang out with, too. You should come to the show!

[or catch them at a gig near you]

Stargrazer LLC is pleased to offer this poster (click on the image for a closer look) for their October 28 performance!


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  • They are currently in the UK/Scotland, for those OCC'ers across the pond.
    - [stargrazer]
  • Peter... your posters look great!
    - [nick]
  • thanks, nick!
    - [stargrazer]
  • hell yeah! amazing poster peter!
    - [ben]

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Hurricane Benefit This Monday

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There will be a Hurricane Relief Benefit at Lansing's Temple Club this Monday, September 12. Lansing musicians are donating their time and talents to raise much-needed funds for our people in New Orleans who have lost so much. 100% of the proceeds from the door will go to Red Cross efforts to transport, feed, clothe, and shelter the thousands affected by this national disaster. If you're in town, please come out and support this effort -- it's sure to be a night of great music, but let's remember the seriousness of the situation and our responsibility to help our neighbors in Louisiana who've been hit so hard. Give generously.

The show starts at 8:00 pm.  The line-up includes John Wesley Harding Overdrive, the Failers, The Gentleman Callers, The Hop-Ups, Eric Kelly and the Dirty Johns, The Pantones, Mike Vasas and The Beasts of Burden, Firewheel Handshake, Hall & Morgan, and Stephen Leonard.  Special thanks to Joel from The Gentleman Callers for getting Stargrazer LLC involved with the poster design, and to Sam Rose (of the superb Wanderjahr) for being the local sparkplug for Katrina benefit concerts in Lansing.


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  • Update: Joel says about $700 was raised at the door, and a god time was had by...more
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The Buddy System - take two

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 If you happened to  miss the first Buddy System show in May, you now have the opportunity to catch it again!  This time (Scene) Metrospace will be hosting the group of 14 local and international artists.  Located at 303 Abbott Rd, East Lansing, the opening is TONIGHT (Friday Sept. 9) from 6-9pm.

Artists featured in the exhibit include: Peter Richards, Tim Lane, Joe Scott, Andrea Eckert, Mike Clark, Aaron Curtner, John Lindenmayer, Jenny Mc, Travis Pickard, Kellie Pickard, George Rahme, Ben Gaydos, Matt Cygnet, Ana Kamiar.



 From the State News: (SCENE) Metrospace, 303 Abbott Road, will host a reception at 6 p.m. on Friday for the opening of "The Buddy System." Many of the local artists' plan on attending. Jon Howard of the musical group Rattling Wall Collective will be on turntables. Light refreshments will be served.

Kruch said this exhibit is very important for East Lansing because of the impact these artists have made on the area and the variety of their artwork.

"People that normally go to galleries will probably walk in a say, 'What a mess,' but that's what we like about it."

painting on left: Peter Richards/ painting on right: Andrea Eckert



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  • The image seems to be missing!
    - [stargrazer]
  • ...yet clicking on it links to my weblog, that's kinda fun!
    - [stargrazer]

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Detroit @ 00:00:55 at the Detroit Film Center

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FLAK is hosting a second viewing of "Detroit @ 00:00:55" at the Detrot Film Center.  55 films 55 seconds long about Detroit created by artists, architects, videographers and students.

Come out Saturday night, September 10th, to the DFC.  Doors are at 7pm, film starts at 8pm.
DFC is located at 1227 Washington Blvd. (two blocks W. of Woodward, one block S. of Grand River)

From your friends at
[FLAK]

Look out for "Detroit @ 00:00:55 This Time It's Personal"  winter '06.  Call for entries out soon.
 
 Detroit@00:00:55 Image Detroit@00:00:55


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"02890" Bankley Gallery Show

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02890

An exhibition of nine emerging graduate artists based in Belfast. ‘02890’ is a mixed bag.

The artist’s works are not bound to one another; rather they point in differing directions, addressing contemporary subjectivity.

They demonstrate how societies structures and codes are embodied in the urban environment and the vulnerability of the individual played out through a complexity of narratives, sounds and images.


10th September to the 30th September 2005

Private View Friday 9th September 7-9 pm
Open Saturday 10th 12 till 4pm

Other times by appointment on:
07773 369 465 (24hrs in advance)

Bankley Studios Gallery
Bankley House, Bankley Street, Levenshulme, Manchester, England

http://www.bankley.org.uk



[via Paul Stanley, thanks!]


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