(Last Second Event-Filter) I will be reading from my comic PUPPET MAKERS with artist Molly Crabapple tonight (Tuesday 5th) at 7pm as part of The New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series at The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art 138 Sullivan Street (between Houston & Prince St.). Doors open at 6:30. 7$ suggested donation.
I’ve been commissioned by the Street Art Fair and AnnArbor.com to do a community based public art project. We’re growing a tree out of recycled cables. How will this work and how can you be involved? The tree will be a sculpture using recycled and repurposed materials with community help in making it grow. I’m building an armature out of a repurposed lab stool and metal posts, old window sash weights and other found objects. The tree will be fleshed out using old computer, phone and electrical cables and that’s where you come in. I need your old phone cords (coiled ones are great!), computer cables and the like. If you’re like me you probably have a box of them somewhere. You can drop them off at the Art Fair Office at 721 E. Huron St., Suite 200, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 734-994-5260 (PH) or at AnnArbor.com at 301 E. Liberty St., First Floor. If you know me you can get in touch with me. [more inside]
On June 10th, Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art will celebrate its 20th Birthday party at The Hideout at 10 pm . [more inside]
Hang out and draw at a pub in downtown Oakland. [more inside]
Music, art, video, and brainy lectures, presented by Truman College's Philosophy Club. And it's free! [more inside]
It's the end of the world! In fact it's the all the possible ends of the end as Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School celebrates 5 years with a tribute to Eschatology! Draw models depicting The Whore Of Babylon, Gas-Strapped Road Warriors, or inevitable zombie hordes. Mingle, drink, draw, eat and boggie down the Apocalypso in a sumptuous Brooklyn art space. It's the end of the year as we know it and it's about damn time. [more inside]
On the last Sunday of each month, LAVA welcomes interested individuals to gather on the third floor of the historic Clifton's Cafeteria in Downtown Los Angeles (noon-2pm), for a loosely structured conversational Salon featuring short presentations and opportunities to meet and connect with one another. If you're interested in joining LAVA as a creative contributor or an attendee, we recommend Salon attendance as an introduction to this growing community. We also recommend the shortbread. [more inside]
I'll be presenting four works at an upcoming art show at Point B Studio, on the south Oregon coast along with four other artists. Information about the show will appear here shortly, and I will likely be attending the opening.
Mostly photographs, maybe some drawings and paintings. The opening will run from 5:30 on Thursday, August 26 until god knows when. Come early if you wish to eat cheese cubes. Drink specials at the bar - if you do not know the De Soto, it is in the Eldorado building right off 240 on Haywood Rd, next to the Blue Ribbon. It's a great divey bar with a wonderful jukebox. The show will be up through the end of September. Hope to see you there!
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