Reception & Open House, Friday 6-9pm
In addition to seeing the Thomas Sayre exhibition catalogue recently completed for the Gregg Museum we’ve got other new things to check out.
In the foyer gallery . . . A R T – T E N D E R T W O ! !
Mark Cunningham and Jake Wood, bartenders next door at Piedmont, follow up on last year’s exhibit of 500 cocktail napkin drawings with some exquisite corpse workings.
I believe the piece below is Michael Phelps dressed up in a bunny suit.
Sean and Chris from Fullsteam Brewery will be here with beers to sample. As always, the beer is free for everyone who rides here on a bike. If you use an auto to get down here, we reserve the right to charge however much we feel like it. But, like most of the popular girls at school we are easy, just make an attempt to ride your bike instead of driving at least once in the next week and the beer’s on us okay?
Bonus points, and second rounds, for anyone who writes their city council or DOT officials and makes some noise about getting on the shtick with actually implementing the recently completed bike plan or improving the way our transporation dollars are spent.
Really the fact that this area has so few good projects that are shovel ready and earning stimulus dollars indicates a lack of committment and focus don’t ya think? Let’s lose the planned road widening that turns city streets into six lane roads with dedicated turn lanes and three minute traffic light cycles and divert those funds to more intelligent solutions. As P.E. says—insert London air raid siren here—”Let me hear you make some noise.”
Okay, off the soapbox.
Come say hello to the newest beecracker. Revere La Noue just moved here a couple weeks ago with his girlfriend and occasional collaborative creative partner Elisabeth Haviland James; (Thornapple films) and Revere is setting up shop in the front work space. More on Revere and his work at the Light Rain Media website
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