Nov 12, 2006
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NY Times Article Mentions L.A. Burner Decompression

A friend just sent me a link to an article in the New York Times about Burning Man, the BM regional network and the spreading of the culture.

New York Times article about Burning Man

The article gives nice mention of the Los Angeles BM Decompression Street Fair.

Also mentioned by name is one of L.A.’s newly installed regional director’s Patrick Shearn.

Give it a read if you’re into such things…

Tai Chi in the Round DVD Release Party

TAI CHI IN THE ROUND: DVD RELEASE PARTY

Hosted by: Master Codee Colbert & Steve Kaali-Nagy

JOIN US AS WE COME TOGETHER AND SHARE WITH YOU THE RELEASE OF OUR NEW TAI CHI DVD ??? “TAI CHI IN THE ROUND”

  • SATURDAY: 11-11, 2006
  • FROM: 6PM ??? 9PM
  • DVD WILL BE SHOWN AT 8PM

THIS WILL BE HELD AT:

Suggested donation for a copy of the DVD is $30.00

Thank you for your support.

God bless you and keep you healthy.

Solids presents Momentum

SOLIDS present MOMENTUM, A sculptural arts Exhibition

Opening Saturday, Nov 11th, 2006 doors open 7:00 pm till late

Hours open during the month Wed., Thru., Fri. 1:00pm to 6:00pm, open during all weekend events.

Closing Saturday, Dec 9th, 2006 doors open 7:00 pm till late

Los Angeles, CA

Momentum 2006

SOLIDS
Founded at the dawn of the new millennium, Los Angeles based “Solids” is a collective of sculptors who have joined together to create a body of imaginative, conceptually driven works of art inspired by unified, show specific themes. Initially a group of twelve artists, Solids has grown into a touring group art show with a vast array of artists and performers as well as a strong following of collectors. The group endeavors to continually expand and explore the boundaries of multimedia art, focusing on untethered personal expression from new and emerging artists. Solids always strive to constantly redefine possibilities.

EXHIBITIONS
The sculpture troupe offers opportunities for inspiration and awakening using new perspectives on craft, design, and material applications as conduits for social awareness. Our shows include a range of disciplines including fine art, sculpture, installation, conceptual pieces, video, performance, painting, photography, music, and furniture to architectural installation. Solids has been staging large scale, multi-media art exhibitions at venues such as the Pacific Design Center, “The Space??? downtown, the 4016 Gallery at Sunset Junction, and LA Art fest in 2005.

EVENTS
Solids events draw a vast, diverse audience of characters, collectors, and artists who converge at our openings and mid-show gatherings. Our events, which have been featured in the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles City Beat, are open salons for experienced performance artists and musicians who gather to create rarely seen performances met with lasting acclaim. Emerging from the underground Solids has attracted talent and enthusiasts who have witnessed the group???s evolution.

???MOMENTUM???
The upcoming Solids show “Momentum,” is a collaborative lens focusing on positive forward movement into the new millennium. Expanding our latest exhibition into the downtown Los Angeles “Bedlam” Warehouse space, to be filled by thirty five of our artist members, the show will be our seventh and largest event thus far. Bedlam will become a multi- floor gallery space staffed by Solids Artists throughout the run of the show. We look forward to an invigorating gala opening filled with music, dance, live sculpture, and ongoing performance art pieces.

OPENING RECEPTION:

  • Saturday, Nov. 11th, 2006 to Dec 9th, 2006

DOORS OPEN:

  • 7:00 pm, performances begin at 8:00pm, ends late

ADMISSION:

  • $5.00 suggested donation

PARKING:

  • Secure parking provided across the street, FREE

WHERE:

INFO:

  • 310-358-3681

CLOSING RECEPTION:

  • Dec 9th, 2006, doors open at 7:00 pm

http://www.causalagency.com/solids/ (Click here to see the flyer)

4% of sales will go to the Wolakota Foundation, an Indigenous American organization.

For more information or to interview any of the artists please contact Gregg Emmel, 310-578-2254 or gregg@eggla.com

EXHIBITING ARTISTS:

  • Scott Bailey, Sculpture
  • Claudio Banzer, Sculpture
  • David Buckingham, , Sculpture
  • Jim Bunkelman, Sculpture
  • Brian Carlson, Sculpture
  • Tracey Corinne, Sculpture
  • Christian the Blacksmith, Sculpture
  • Geoffery Dimmick, Sculpture
  • Robert Drummond, Sculpture, Installations Video Installations
  • Senta Edesa, Sculpture
  • Gregg Emmel, Egg; Sculpture, Painting, Installations, & Performance art
  • Roger Fojas, Sculpture and Performance art
  • John Gibbon, Sculpture
  • David Hollen, Sculpture
  • Peat Ibarra, Sculpture
  • Brennon Kaye, Sculpture
  • Maria Leon, Sculpture
  • Maria L??wenstein, Sculpture
  • Mac Maker, Sculpture, Mixed Media Painting, & Installations
  • Sophie Neudorfer, Sculpture, Mixed Media, & Installations
  • Junya Oishi, Installation Architecture
  • James Peterson, Sculpture, Painting, Installations, & Costumes
  • Pat Quinn, Sculpture
  • Simone Schulz, Sculpture
  • Billie Shane, Architectural Sculpture
  • Jessica Shokrian, Sculpture
  • Brian Tortora, Sculpture, Installations, Performance art
  • Andie Villafane, Sculpture
  • Mark Weatherbe, Sculpture
  • Jerico Woggon, Sculpture
  • Mark Yates, Sculpture
  • June Yuer / Micheal Allen, Sculpture

PERFORMANCE, INSTALLATION & MUSICAL ARTISTS:

  • The Compositors, Live Sculpting; ???Maker, James Peterson, Maria Leon
  • Leticia Castaneda, subvocal, Experimental
  • Rev???d up Cello, Brian Carlson, Experimental Music
  • Genres, Egg, Monikah Barriga, Ronica, Performance Art
  • Leather Corndog, Crushing Art
  • L.A. MUDPEOPLE, Experimental Art
  • Joan of Art, Experimental Art
  • Stobo, Experimental Music
  • Big Bone Lick, Ronica Fields, Experimental Music
  • Spanked by an Angel, ??? Ellie Davis, Theater
  • Lucent Dossier, Roger Fojas, Experimental Dance
  • Lickwid Owsley, ??? Barry Conley and Billy Stobo, Experimental Music
  • Pop en la Moda, Amanda Staples and Chachin, Experimental Music
  • Yuri Levitas, Experimental Music

MOMENTUM performance schedule

DOWN STAIRS STAGE

  • 8:30 Compositors- Live Sculpting
  • 9:00 Quiet time
  • 9:30 Compositors- Live Sculpting
  • 10:00 Leather Corndog – Crushing
  • 10:30 Joan of Art- Performance
  • 11:00 Big Bone Lick- Music
  • 11:45 Lucent Dossier-Dance
  • 12:00 Stobo- Music
  • 1:00 Pop en la Moda-Music
  • 2:00 Jam till they ask us to leave

L.A. MUDPEOPLE will be in exploration downstairs at times between 9 & 11.

UP STAIRS STAGE

  • 8:00 Rev???d up Cello
  • 8:30 Spanked by an Angel- theater
  • 9:00 Genres ???performance art
  • 9:40 Quite time
  • 10:10 Lickwid Owsley
  • 11:00 Leticia – subvocal
  • 12:00 Yuri
  • 1:00 Jam- Improvise have fun till there ask us to leave.

Harmonic Activation

-SPECIAL VIP INVITATION-

We are very proud to present to the Southern California Spiritual Community the finest World Sacred Music performers ever to grace a stage!

This November 11th we will be hosting a very special gathering featuring two of the top headliners of EarthDance 2006 at the Universal Temple of Higher Consciousness in Escondido “Hidden Valley” California

1111Activation

Tina Malia & Freedom, who opened and closed the festival and performed on 3 different stages, will be giving an unprecedented ???VIP??? ALL NIGHT SERENADE starting at Sunset and ending at Dawn.

Call 760-749-9749 to RSVP & Directions
www.uthc.tv

Incidental Transformations

An evening of Theater, Art and Music

Incidental Transformations

Incidental Transformations

    • At Space Island (downtown LA)
    • 8pm ?1am
    • 9:00 Performance

$20 at the door

Complimentary
Finger Food, Wine and Beer

A visceral blend of classical mythology and real life stories told by LA’s homeless. Inspired in part by Ovid’s Metamorphoses, this story takes place in the darkest corners of the streets, a waystop for dreamers, dealers and desperados. A no-man’s land where runaways seek camaraderie, refuge and escape. Like their mythic counterparts, these modern-day mortals are engulfed by needs that burn and consume.

Adapted and Directed by: Allyson Kulavis

Featuring:
Courtney Clark aka ‘Gypsy’
‘AT’ Adam Taylor
Jessica Margaret Dean
Andrew Ledyard
Brion Topolski aka ‘Icarus’

Pablo Motta Trio (live jazz)
DJ Patricio (LABA/SI)

Multi-Artist Gallery Show

Shuttle pick-up location:

Central Ave. and E. 1st St Los Angeles, CA 90012.

There are several parking lots on this corner including the Japanese Village parking structure.

There will be two white shuttles rotating throughout the evening.

Do not attempt to park at the venue, you will be turned away.

Masque @ Abundant Sugar

“Masque” to Benefit our partners in creation at Abundant Sugar

ABUNDANT SUGAR, THE DO LaB, and CIRQUE BERZERK proudly present:

“MASQUE”

Masque

Tickets must be purchased in advance at: cirqueberzerk.com

Cirque Berzerk group shot

* There will be no ticket sales at the door. *

Tickets include dancing with the circus after dinner and the show.

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