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Flat ViewMonday, September 15, 2014
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Monday, April 01, 2013
Behind The Velvet Curtain-NYC ( 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm )
Step Behind The Velvet Curtain and enter a world of glamorous women, dashing men, and indulgent cocktails, delighting your senses with a mix of burlesque, magic, and other hedonistic spectacles. Beauty Bar NYC and Bettina May are teaming up to bring you a night of sultry burlesque, amazing variety acts and fun prizes on the first Monday of the month. Each show will feature a different lineup of top NYC entertainers as well as the world's best touring performers, all in an intimate cabaret setting in the private back room of Beauty Bar on 14th Street in Manhattan. Get there early to secure a seat and enjoy live entertainment up close and personal, or reserve a VIP package for your bachelorette party or special date.


Come early to indulge in Beauty Bar's famous Martini and Manicure before the show, with drinks being served in the front bar by foxy showgirl Anna Copacabanna. You may even win a souvenir in our raffle!




Contact Info : Visit http://bettina.ca/BehindTheVelvetCurtain/ for more info and to purchase tickets. Email : bettinamayworkshops@gmail.com Url: http://bettina.ca/BehindTheVelvetCurtain/
Tuesday, April 02, 2013
BLEACHED Releases "Ride Your Heart" ( All Day )

"On the heels of three well-received singles comes Ride Your Heart, the bombastic debut album by LA band, Bleached, out April 2 via Dead Oceans."

 

BLEACHED TOUR DATES    


2/20/23 @ Stanford University - Stanford, CA   
3/09/13 @ Lowbrow Palace -El Paso, TX  $  
3/11/13 @ Cine El Rey, Galax Z Fair II - McAllen, TX* 
3/14/13 @ SXSW - Austin, TX    
3/15/13 @ SXSW - Austin, TX  
3/16/13 @ SXSW - Austin, TX 
3/17/13 @ SXSW - Austin, TX  
3/22/13 @ The Observatory - Santa Ana, CA** 
4/12/13 @ Red 7 - Austin, TX !  
4/13/13 @ Club Dada - Dallas, TX ! 
4/14/13 @ Circle Bar - New Orleans, LA !  
4/15/13 @ The Bottletree - Birmingham, AL  ! 
4/16/13 @ The Earl - Atlanta, GA ! 
4/17/13 @ The Pinhook - Durham, NC ! 
4/18/13 @ DC9 - Washington DC ! 
4/19/13 @ Kenyon College - Gambier OH ! 
4/20/13 @ Haverford College - Philadelphia, PA ! 
4/20/13 @ The Fire - Philadelphia, PA !  
4/21/13 @ TT & the Bear's - Cambridge,  MA ! 
4/23/13 @ Bowery Ballroom - New York, NY ! 
4/24/13 @ Il Motore - Montreal, QC ! 
4/25/13 @ The Silver Dollar - Toronto, CA ! 
4/26/13 @ Metro Times Festival - Detroit, MI 
04/27/13 @ Subterranean - Chicago, IL # 
4/28/13 @ Turf Club - St, Paul, MN ^ 
5/01/13 @ Chop Suey - Seattle, WA ^ 
5/02/13 @ Fortune Sound Club - Vancouver, BC ^ 
5/03/13 @ Star Theatre - Portland, OR ^ 
5/04/13 @ Blank Club - San Jose, CA ^ 
5/05/13 @ Independent - San Francisco, CA ^ 
5/08/13 @ Troubadour - Los Angeles, CA ^  
 
$ with White Lung 
* with Cloud Nothings 
** with Black Lips, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti and more 
! w/ Hunters 
# w/ Hunters & Ex-cops 
^ w/ Ex-cops 


Url: http://hellobleached.tumblr.com/
How To Make It: Collaborating, Networking, & The Influence Of Your Social Community ( 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm )

Join UncommonGoods for a free design panel and networking happy hour! A panel of design professionals will be sharing their advice on inviting others onto your team, collaborating with a community of artists, and tapping into social network contacts to help grow your business. Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss their product ideas and designs with our buyers and panelists.



Url: http://www.uncommongoods.com/designs/events
Thursday, April 04, 2013
Burlesque At The Haberdasher-NYC ( 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm )

Enjoy the finest NYC burlesque and sexy cocktails at The Haberdasher, New York's first Manhattan cocktail bar, housed on the 3rd floor of an old townhouse in the Meat-Packing district.  Bettina May, whom the US government has classified as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability" and a rotating cast of the most talented and beautiful performers in the city entertain you each Thursday at 10:30pm, with performances all night.  Happy hour is from midnight to 2am after the show.




Friday, April 05, 2013
Drink And Draw Like A Lady-NYC ( 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm )

THE PRODUCTIVE, 40 W. 38th Street, 5th Floor

The fifth annual celebration of Women in Comics. A yearly party with drinks and drawing for women who draw/write/like/sell comics, to chat and meet and hang out. Join us, ladies, for this pre-MoCCA ladyfest!
Please feel free to invite lady friends!



Contact Info : Lucy Knisley Url: https://www.facebook.com/events/133615336819404/
Saturday, April 06, 2013
2013 MoCCA Arts Festival-NYC ( 10:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

The MoCCA Arts Festival brings together an extremely diverse group of creators, from individuals just beginning to show and sell their work, to living legends of the industry. You will find the breadth of comic and cartoon art expression, from off-the-wall humor to intensely personal works in all the medium's different forms, here at the festival!

Check the website for updates and news about this year's Fest:http://www.moccafest.com/

Tickets:
Advance Purchase Online:
$12 Day/ $15 Weekend/ $6 per day for kids under 10
At Door:
$15 Day/ $24 Weekend/ $6 per day for kids under 10


Poster art by Michael DeForge



Url: http://www.moccafest.com/
(New York City) Load OUT! 2013 ( 12:00 - noon - 3:00 pm )

Load OUT! A Reuse & Repurposing RIOT

Presented by FABnyc

April 6, 2013 from 12-3PM @ 19 E. 3rd St.

At Load OUT!, enjoy an afternoon of repurposing and recycling activities that showcase creative thinking about sustainability and the arts!

GET: Take home all the donated costumes, props, and furniture you can carry—bring bags and carts to transport your findings, if necessary. The general public will be charged a $5 entrance fee to participate. Artists can participate for free.


Whatever you decide to take away with you is FREE of charge.

GIVE: Drop off clothing, textile and e-waste at community collections - open and free for everyone. A full list of accepted donations is available https://fabnyc.org/loadout.php. Call 212-228-4670 ASAP to schedule an early donation.



Contact Info : Hannah Krafcik hannahk@fabnyc.org FABnyc 212-228-4670 Email : hannahk@fabnyc.org Url: https://fabnyc.org/loadout.php
Load OUT! A Reuse & Repurposing Riot (NYC) ( 12:00 - noon - 3:00 pm )

At Load OUT!, enjoy an afternoon of repurposing and recycling activities that showcase creative thinking about sustainability and the arts!

GET: Attendees are invited to take home all the donated costumes, props, and furniture they find. Artists are invited to participate for free. The general public will be charged a $5 entrance fee to participate. Whatever you decide to take away with you is FREE of charge.

GIVE: Load Out! also features clothing, textile and e-waste community collections— all open and free for everyone. A full list of accepted donations is available https://fabnyc.org/loadout.php. Call 212-228-4670 ASAP to schedule an early donation.



Email : info@fabnyc.org Url: https://fabnyc.org/loadout.php
Sunday, April 07, 2013
2013 MoCCA Arts Festival- NYC ( 10:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

The MoCCA Arts Festival brings together an extremely diverse group of creators, from individuals just beginning to show and sell their work, to living legends of the industry. You will find the breadth of comic and cartoon art expression, from off-the-wall humor to intensely personal works in all the medium's different forms, here at the festival!

Check the website for updates and news about this year's Fest:http://www.moccafest.com/

Tickets:
Advance Purchase Online:
$12 Day/ $15 Weekend/ $6 per day for kids under 10
At Door:
$15 Day/ $24 Weekend/ $6 per day for kids under 10



Url: http://www.moccafest.com/
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Screenprinting 101 Presented By Aftermath Supplies ( 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm )
Aftermath Supplies, located within the Silent Barn, will be facilitating a new series of do-it-yourself workshops, called Aftermath Class, taught exclusively by women. Attendance is welcome to everyone.

The introductory class, Screenprinting 101, is on April 10th from 8pm-11pm and hosted at Bushwick Print Lab.

RSVP and $15 fee for materials is required.
Please contact aftermathsupplies@gmail.com.



Email : aftermathsupplies@gmail.com Url: http://www.aftermathsupplies.org
Thursday, April 11, 2013
"'Mighty Women Book Hunters': A History Of American Women Book Collectors" ( 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm )

In NYC this week for the 53rd Annual New York Antiquarian Book Fair?

Please join fellow bibliophiles for the Grolier Club's annual "Book Week Lecture," on Thursday, April 11, at 2 pm.

This year's speaker is Emiko Hastings, Curator of Books at the Clements Library, University of Michigan, and a 2012 Grolier Club Library Helfand Fellow. Her topic is "'Mighty Women Book Hunters': A History of American Women Book Collectors," incorporating findings from her recent fellowship visit to the Grolier Club Library. 

Where? The Grolier  Club, 47 East 60th  Street, New York,  NY  10022

This lecture is free and open to the public, but those interested in attending should reserve with Grolier Club Administrative Assistant Maev Brennan: mbrennan@grolierclub.org .  



Contact Info : Grolier Club Administrative Assistant Maev Brennan: mbrennan@grolierclub.org .
"'Mighty Women Book Hunters': A History Of American Women Book Collectors" ( 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm )

In NYC this week for the 53rd Annual New York Antiquarian Book Fair?

Please join fellow bibliophiles for the Grolier Club's annual "Book Week Lecture," on Thursday, April 11, at 2 pm.

This year's speaker is Emiko Hastings, Curator of Books at the Clements Library, University of Michigan, and a 2012 Grolier Club Library Helfand Fellow. Her topic is "'Mighty Women Book Hunters': A History of American Women Book Collectors," incorporating findings from her recent fellowship visit to the Grolier Club Library. 

Where? The Grolier  Club, 47 East 60th  Street, New York,  NY  10022

This lecture is free and open to the public, but those interested in attending should reserve with Grolier Club Administrative Assistant Maev Brennan: mbrennan@grolierclub.org .  



Contact Info : Grolier Club Administrative Assistant Maev Brennan: mbrennan@grolierclub.org .
Burlesque At The Haberdasher-NYC ( 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm )

Enjoy the finest NYC burlesque and sexy cocktails at The Haberdasher, New York's first Manhattan cocktail bar, housed on the 3rd floor of an old townhouse in the Meat-Packing district.  Bettina May, whom the US government has classified as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability" and a rotating cast of the most talented and beautiful performers in the city entertain you each Thursday at 10:30pm, with performances all night.  Happy hour is from midnight to 2am after the show.




Saturday, April 13, 2013
Lady Project Summit ( 9:00 am - 7:00 pm )

A day-long conference from 9am to 7pm with inspiring speakers and hands-on workshops.  Breakfast, lunch, and post-event cocktails are provided, as well as DIY tutorials on a variety of topics.  The event costs $75 for the day.  More information at http://www.pvdladyproject.com/summit/.




Weave A Rug! ( 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm )

We will be weaving 2'6" x 3'6" bathroom or bedside rugs from t-shirts. They're super soft, colorful and easy to clean.

These rugs are currently sold at ABC Carpet and we are pleased to have the creator, Joe Dega, guide us through the upcycling process. 

Looms, t-shirts and tea will be provided. *No previous weaving experience necessary.*

Please note, there will be a crew from Brooklyn Independent Television filming a small portion of the meetup.

$85. April 13th, 2-5pm. 41 Varick Avenue #401 Brooklyn NY 11237. 631 603 5574



Contact Info : ​For more information and to RSVP, please email: aelfie@aelfie.com. Email : aelfie@aelfie.com Url: http://aelfie.com/weave-a-rug/
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Seattle -- Bar-Nun Bingo! ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

95 Slide, Capitol Hill, Seattle
$15

Get your game face and glitter shoes on for an evening of fun and fabulous gaming for adults of all ages (21+)!  Bar Nun Bingo will feature fantastic prizes, happy hour food prices, and delightful special guests Coochie Von Beaverhausen and Beyonce Veen of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abbey of St. Joan, a Capitol Hill organization that educates the public on safer sex, LGBT+ rights, and other critical community issues.



Email : Tricia.Goodwin@PPGNW.org Url: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/ppgnw/Bingo-36227.htm
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Miami-Equal-Opportunity Provocadora Dinorah De Jesus Premieres New-Public Intervention Art ( 8:00 am - 10:00 am )




mujer_cita_MIA CONFRONTS ISSUES OF CONCERN TO WOMEN

EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY
 PROVOCADORA DINORAH DE JESUS RODRIGUEZ
PREMIERES NEW PUBLIC-INTERVENTION ART APRIL 18-20

Miami On Stage 2013 Showcase
 "The Ladies’ Room is that ironic place of utmost privacy in public," says artist Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez, about the location of her public-intervention video art installation mujer_cita_MIA. It premieres April 18-20 in the common areas of Miami-Dade County Auditorium (including the women's restroom). This will be the first of her series of public installations tackling issues of concern to women, presented during FUNDarte's Miami On Stage weekend of orignal music and art by Miami-based artists. 

"The women's restroom is a place where fleeting moments occur between random strangers. We wash our hands and apply lipstick in a mirror together and wish each other a nice day - after having just taken care of our other, more delicate personal matters," says Dinorah.

"Imagine if, as we do this, we are surprised by the presence of a unique video-art piece on the wall. Then this unexpected work provokes us with images about issues we are discussing through social media, among friends in private and public places, and quite possibly, in the Ladies’ Room itself. Imagine if this unexpected provocation reminds us of our strength as women, of the difficulties we face daily, and our power to continuously evolve."




Burlesque At The Haberdasher-NYC ( 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm )

Enjoy the finest NYC burlesque and sexy cocktails at The Haberdasher, New York's first Manhattan cocktail bar, housed on the 3rd floor of an old townhouse in the Meat-Packing district.  Bettina May, whom the US government has classified as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability" and a rotating cast of the most talented and beautiful performers in the city entertain you each Thursday at 10:30pm, with performances all night.  Happy hour is from midnight to 2am after the show.




Saturday, April 20, 2013
Brokechella: Los Angeles ( All Day )

A music fest for the rest of us: Brokechella returns with its 3rd edition in the heart of DTLA to once again serve all of those who don't have the dough for a weekend in the desert. Don't miss what the LA Times recognized as the community experience that skips "the mortal terror of your credit card statement [at other festivals]" and "revels in staying at home." Doubling in size year to year, Brokechella 2013 is sure to yet again swarm with a giant crowd, the best of acts from LA and beyond, mouth-watering eats and surprises galore. Last year's Main Stage featured Infantree, LA Font, Rumspringa, Big Moves and yOya, among others. Inside, bands played all day to packed crowds, while DJs led an army of dance fiends at the Jarritos stage outside. Come be a part of the oh-so-cheap magic, all happening on 4/20/13.



Email : cartelarts@gmail.com Url: http://brokechella.com
Pittsburgh-I Made It! Jr. & Healthy Living ( 12:00 - noon - 4:00 pm )

Join I Made It! Market for a pop-up marketplace featuring items for babies and kids as well as handmade wares for a healthy home. Find us at Bakery Square on Saturday, April 20th from 12 - 4 pm where 50+ local artisans will be selling Pittsburgh-centric Tshirts for adults and kids, toys, art prints, ceramics, natural bath and body products, jewelry and more. This event features free parking and admission, local food trucks, DJ Matt Donnelly and the kid-friendly entertainment duo The Gab and Josh Show. For more information visit www.imadeitmarket.com.



Contact Info : Carrie Nardini Email : info@imadeitmarket.com Url: http://imadeitmarket.com/
TORONTO!!! That's Women's Work Gallery Launch Featuring Joelle Circe ( 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm )

That’s Women’s Work Arts Network presents The Opening of That’s Women’s Work Arts Network Gallery The opening of our Feminist Women's Gallery Space called Art. House. Gallery.

Featuring the oil paintings of Joelle Circe.

Free, BYOB

On Saturday April 20th, 2013 7pm – 9pm

Located at 719 St. Clarens Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6H3X2

Website: http://thatswomensworkarts.com/services/

Face Book https://www.facebook.com/Womens.work.michelle.vanlooy/posts/274410532694799?notif_t=like#!/events/170848653070840/?fref=ts

Transit Instructions Nearest Subway Lansdowne station- 11 minute walk North on Lansdowne to Lapin Ave. Turn RIGHT on Lapin walk 1/2 block to St. Clarens walk north to 719 St. Clarens. Or take Bus from Lansdowne Station towards Dupont to Lapin and Lansdowne. Go right on Lapin to St. Clarens then go north (or turn left onto) St. Clarens to 719.



Contact Info : ichelle van Looy Email : michellevanlooy@gmail.com Url: http://thatswomensworkarts.com/services/
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Brooklyn Zine Fest - Public Assembly, Brooklyn NY ( 11:00 am - 12:08 - pm )

The Brooklyn Zine Fest 2013 will be held on Sunday April 21st, 2013 at Public Assembly (70 N 6th Street) in Williamsburg. The BZF is FREE & open to the public, featuring writers and artists showcasing their self-published works at prices between $1 and $10. 

ALL AGES and open to everyone, though you must be 21 to order a drink at the bar.

With more than 60 tablers and over 1,500 attendees our first year, the Brooklyn Zine Fest is NYC's premiere zine event.  If you have any questions or suggestions for BZF 2013, partnership proposals, or zine-related news, please feel free to contact us.


WHAT'S A ZINE?

A zine (pronounced "zeen") is a self-published magazine, often small in circulation, almost always focusing on a topic or viewpoint not covered elsewhere.  Created by writers, artists, comedians, researchers, amateurs, and professionals of all kinds, zines can be personal or collaborative, sleek or cut-and-paste, color or black-and-white.  If you've got an interest in something, chances are there's a zine about it; and with the best zines from New York City and beyond, you'll be able to find it at the Brooklyn Zine Fest!

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Map of Public Assembly:

 

The full list of BZF 2013 Exhibitors is now up!  See blurbs and links for the 80+ writers, artists, publishers, and distros you'll be able to meet at Public Assembly on Sunday, April 21st, 2013 via the 2013 Exhibitors tab.

 

Many of these folks (including the organizers) will have brand new projects debuting in April, so poke around at their sites and get excited to say hello!

 

 



Contact Info : http://www.brooklynzinefest.com Url: http://www.brooklynzinefest.com
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Burlesque At The Haberdasher-NYC ( 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm )

Enjoy the finest NYC burlesque and sexy cocktails at The Haberdasher, New York's first Manhattan cocktail bar, housed on the 3rd floor of an old townhouse in the Meat-Packing district.  Bettina May, whom the US government has classified as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability" and a rotating cast of the most talented and beautiful performers in the city entertain you each Thursday at 10:30pm, with performances all night.  Happy hour is from midnight to 2am after the show.




Friday, April 26, 2013
Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest 2013!-MA ( 8:00 am )

 

-- Friday, April 26th through Sunday, April 28th --

Food For Thought Books, Flywheel Arts Collective and the Ladyfest Easthampton crew are coming together to bring you the Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest! a three day event celebrating DIY music and art in western mass!

Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest is a three day event that strives to bring accessibility to DIY art and zine making as well as supporting radical independent publishing. Additionally, we seek to celebrate musicians in the DIY underground whose gender identity falls outside of the dominate mainstream. Our goal is to bring writers, activists, artists and community members together through sharing, connecting, and collaborating. 


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

Friday, April 26th:
-art opening(5:30pm) and benefit show (6pm) @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include -
HABIBI (NYC)
JUNIPER RISING (NYC)
FACIALS (Montreal)
TOMBOY (Boston)
POTTY MOUTH
FUNSUCK 
PEEPLE WATCHIN (boston)

Saturday, April 27th:
-Zine exhibition and workshops 11am to 5pm @ FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Workshops include:
-Responses to Sexual Violence with Smith Students Against Sexual Assault
-Incarcerated Realities with Tranzmission Prison Project
-Queering Anarchism/AK Press Book Reading
-White Privilege Workshop 

-benefit show 2 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include-
HIRS (PA)
GROKE (RI)
NERVOUS CONDITION (Boston)
SECOND WAVE MOMS (Montreal)
CHRISTIAN BUSINESSMEN
STARVATION DANCE
+MORE TBA

Sunday april 28th
-Record Fair 10am to 3pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
-benefit show 3 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS

bands playing include
MOMS/LIMBS BIN DUO
A CACKLE AND A COUGHING FIT (RI)
RABBIT RABBIT
BOYTOY (NYC)
SAD4LYFE
OVAture (the ladies of EGGS EGGS)
SPEEDY ORTIZ


each music show is 7-10$ sliding scale!

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Zines, which are written in a variety of formats, strive to set importance on bringing literature, art, and politics out of a profit oriented industry. This lets information that is often exlusive to academic or privileged spheres available to a more general public. Zines offer a founding basis of Do-it-yourself “DIY” communities and encourage anyone to write fiction, non fiction, or anything else without the need of a publisher.

REGISTRATION FOR TABLING IS CLOSED! BUT if you want to be put on a waiting list, feel free to email us!

Contact zines@foodforthoughtbooks.com for more information!


This is a benefit for Food For Thought Books and Flywheel!!!!!



Contact Info : zines@foodforthoughtbooks Url: https://www.facebook.com/PioneerValleyZineFest
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest 2013!-MA ( 8:00 am )

 

-- Friday, April 26th through Sunday, April 28th --

Food For Thought Books, Flywheel Arts Collective and the Ladyfest Easthampton crew are coming together to bring you the Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest! a three day event celebrating DIY music and art in western mass!

Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest is a three day event that strives to bring accessibility to DIY art and zine making as well as supporting radical independent publishing. Additionally, we seek to celebrate musicians in the DIY underground whose gender identity falls outside of the dominate mainstream. Our goal is to bring writers, activists, artists and community members together through sharing, connecting, and collaborating. 


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

Friday, April 26th:
-art opening(5:30pm) and benefit show (6pm) @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include -
HABIBI (NYC)
JUNIPER RISING (NYC)
FACIALS (Montreal)
TOMBOY (Boston)
POTTY MOUTH
FUNSUCK 
PEEPLE WATCHIN (boston)

Saturday, April 27th:
-Zine exhibition and workshops 11am to 5pm @ FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Workshops include:
-Responses to Sexual Violence with Smith Students Against Sexual Assault
-Incarcerated Realities with Tranzmission Prison Project
-Queering Anarchism/AK Press Book Reading
-White Privilege Workshop 

-benefit show 2 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include-
HIRS (PA)
GROKE (RI)
NERVOUS CONDITION (Boston)
SECOND WAVE MOMS (Montreal)
CHRISTIAN BUSINESSMEN
STARVATION DANCE
+MORE TBA

Sunday april 28th
-Record Fair 10am to 3pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
-benefit show 3 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS

bands playing include
MOMS/LIMBS BIN DUO
A CACKLE AND A COUGHING FIT (RI)
RABBIT RABBIT
BOYTOY (NYC)
SAD4LYFE
OVAture (the ladies of EGGS EGGS)
SPEEDY ORTIZ


each music show is 7-10$ sliding scale!

---------

Zines, which are written in a variety of formats, strive to set importance on bringing literature, art, and politics out of a profit oriented industry. This lets information that is often exlusive to academic or privileged spheres available to a more general public. Zines offer a founding basis of Do-it-yourself “DIY” communities and encourage anyone to write fiction, non fiction, or anything else without the need of a publisher.

REGISTRATION FOR TABLING IS CLOSED! BUT if you want to be put on a waiting list, feel free to email us!

Contact zines@foodforthoughtbooks.com for more information!


This is a benefit for Food For Thought Books and Flywheel!!!!!



Contact Info : zines@foodforthoughtbooks Url: https://www.facebook.com/PioneerValleyZineFest
Brooklyn, New York-Farm Organize Renew Transform ( 12:00 - noon - 7:00 pm )
On Saturday, April 27 from 12 to 7pm the Center for Strategic Art and Agriculture, CSAA, is proud to present F.O.R.T., Farm Organize Renew Transform, a sculptural organic garden by artists/agriculturalists Jason Gaspar and Ben Garthus. Built from repurposed material, F.O.R.T. encompasses community action, participatory art, and a bit of psychogeography. In addition to growing organic fruits, vegetables, and flowers, the garden is an immersive environment where visitors move, crawl, and ascend through the tiered structure, allowing them to interact with the plants, the garden and each other. The opening of F.OR.T. will be an all day event of music, art, sound art, and food. Bands include the Columbian Cumbia dance band collective, Cumbiagra, slide guitar virtuoso Marc Orleans, and infamous member of the No-Neck Blues Band, D. Charles Speer. Sound artists include Eli Lehrhoff, Patrick Sampson, Ryan Soper, Annegret Falkner, Megan Moncreif, Daniel Fishkin, Roy Styles, Nathan Cearley, and Mark Dwinell. Food will be prepared by I Love Food, a collective catering company. Admission is $10.00 at the door.Located within the DIY art center Silent Barn at 603 Bushwick Ave in Bushwick, Brooklyn, CSAA is a non-profit guided by the belief that art and urban agriculture have the profound ability to transform the spaces we inhabit into sites of creativity, empowerment, and community. By presenting these two powerful modes of reimagining entwined and in concert, CSAA creates a unique and inclusive platform for social progress through artistic expression.

Email : info@thecsaa.org Url: http://www.thecsaa.org
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest 2013!-MA ( 8:00 am )

 

-- Friday, April 26th through Sunday, April 28th --

Food For Thought Books, Flywheel Arts Collective and the Ladyfest Easthampton crew are coming together to bring you the Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest! a three day event celebrating DIY music and art in western mass!

Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest is a three day event that strives to bring accessibility to DIY art and zine making as well as supporting radical independent publishing. Additionally, we seek to celebrate musicians in the DIY underground whose gender identity falls outside of the dominate mainstream. Our goal is to bring writers, activists, artists and community members together through sharing, connecting, and collaborating. 


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

Friday, April 26th:
-art opening(5:30pm) and benefit show (6pm) @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include -
HABIBI (NYC)
JUNIPER RISING (NYC)
FACIALS (Montreal)
TOMBOY (Boston)
POTTY MOUTH
FUNSUCK 
PEEPLE WATCHIN (boston)

Saturday, April 27th:
-Zine exhibition and workshops 11am to 5pm @ FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Workshops include:
-Responses to Sexual Violence with Smith Students Against Sexual Assault
-Incarcerated Realities with Tranzmission Prison Project
-Queering Anarchism/AK Press Book Reading
-White Privilege Workshop 

-benefit show 2 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include-
HIRS (PA)
GROKE (RI)
NERVOUS CONDITION (Boston)
SECOND WAVE MOMS (Montreal)
CHRISTIAN BUSINESSMEN
STARVATION DANCE
+MORE TBA

Sunday april 28th
-Record Fair 10am to 3pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
-benefit show 3 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS

bands playing include
MOMS/LIMBS BIN DUO
A CACKLE AND A COUGHING FIT (RI)
RABBIT RABBIT
BOYTOY (NYC)
SAD4LYFE
OVAture (the ladies of EGGS EGGS)
SPEEDY ORTIZ


each music show is 7-10$ sliding scale!

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Zines, which are written in a variety of formats, strive to set importance on bringing literature, art, and politics out of a profit oriented industry. This lets information that is often exlusive to academic or privileged spheres available to a more general public. Zines offer a founding basis of Do-it-yourself “DIY” communities and encourage anyone to write fiction, non fiction, or anything else without the need of a publisher.

REGISTRATION FOR TABLING IS CLOSED! BUT if you want to be put on a waiting list, feel free to email us!

Contact zines@foodforthoughtbooks.com for more information!


This is a benefit for Food For Thought Books and Flywheel!!!!!



Contact Info : zines@foodforthoughtbooks Url: https://www.facebook.com/PioneerValleyZineFest
Monday, April 29, 2013
Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest 2013!-MA ( 8:00 am )

 

-- Friday, April 26th through Sunday, April 28th --

Food For Thought Books, Flywheel Arts Collective and the Ladyfest Easthampton crew are coming together to bring you the Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest! a three day event celebrating DIY music and art in western mass!

Pioneer Valley Zine Fest/Ladyfest is a three day event that strives to bring accessibility to DIY art and zine making as well as supporting radical independent publishing. Additionally, we seek to celebrate musicians in the DIY underground whose gender identity falls outside of the dominate mainstream. Our goal is to bring writers, activists, artists and community members together through sharing, connecting, and collaborating. 


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 

Friday, April 26th:
-art opening(5:30pm) and benefit show (6pm) @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include -
HABIBI (NYC)
JUNIPER RISING (NYC)
FACIALS (Montreal)
TOMBOY (Boston)
POTTY MOUTH
FUNSUCK 
PEEPLE WATCHIN (boston)

Saturday, April 27th:
-Zine exhibition and workshops 11am to 5pm @ FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Workshops include:
-Responses to Sexual Violence with Smith Students Against Sexual Assault
-Incarcerated Realities with Tranzmission Prison Project
-Queering Anarchism/AK Press Book Reading
-White Privilege Workshop 

-benefit show 2 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
Bands playing include-
HIRS (PA)
GROKE (RI)
NERVOUS CONDITION (Boston)
SECOND WAVE MOMS (Montreal)
CHRISTIAN BUSINESSMEN
STARVATION DANCE
+MORE TBA

Sunday april 28th
-Record Fair 10am to 3pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS
-benefit show 3 530pm @ FLYWHEEL ARTS

bands playing include
MOMS/LIMBS BIN DUO
A CACKLE AND A COUGHING FIT (RI)
RABBIT RABBIT
BOYTOY (NYC)
SAD4LYFE
OVAture (the ladies of EGGS EGGS)
SPEEDY ORTIZ


each music show is 7-10$ sliding scale!

---------

Zines, which are written in a variety of formats, strive to set importance on bringing literature, art, and politics out of a profit oriented industry. This lets information that is often exlusive to academic or privileged spheres available to a more general public. Zines offer a founding basis of Do-it-yourself “DIY” communities and encourage anyone to write fiction, non fiction, or anything else without the need of a publisher.

REGISTRATION FOR TABLING IS CLOSED! BUT if you want to be put on a waiting list, feel free to email us!

Contact zines@foodforthoughtbooks.com for more information!


This is a benefit for Food For Thought Books and Flywheel!!!!!



Contact Info : zines@foodforthoughtbooks Url: https://www.facebook.com/PioneerValleyZineFest
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