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Upcoming Shows


Lonesome Cowboy @ 2640
Nov
15
7:00pm 7:00pm

Lonesome Cowboy @ 2640

2640docs presents “Torrey Pines,” a stop-motion animated feature film by director Clyde Petersen. 

TORREY PINES https://vimeo.com/177164898

Based on a true story, the film is a queer punk coming-of-age tale, taking place in Southern California in the early 1990's.

Raised by a schizophrenic single mother, Petersen's life story unfolds in a series of baffling and hallucinated events. With a mother fueled by hallucinations of political conspiracy and family dysfunction, Petersen is kidnapped at the age of 12 and taken on a cross-country adventure that will forever alter the family as they know it.

Plus animations by V and Kristen Anchor's video, "Lonesome Cowboy On The Protein Deprivation Trail" by Mole Suit Choir

GUIDED BY WIRE will play and have some projected-video treats as well.https://www.facebook.com/gbwbaltimore/

Space 2640

2640 Saint Paul St, Baltimore, Maryland 21218

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Artist in Residence, Signal Culture
Sep
28
to Oct 5

Artist in Residence, Signal Culture

Signal Culture
Owego, NY

Signal Culture offers residencies in a live/work space in the beautiful village of Owego in central New York State. We believe in the importance of fostering a community of people working with experimental media art and host multiple residents concurrently to set a stage for conversation, networking, and possible collaboration.

 

Our facilities include an artist studio, toolmaker studio, and a print and digital media library. Additionally, private bedrooms, shared common areas and other amenities are provided.

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Everyman As Anyman: A night of cinematic performance inspired by the work of Esta Nesbitt
Sep
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

Everyman As Anyman: A night of cinematic performance inspired by the work of Esta Nesbitt

2640docs presents
EVERYMAN AS ANYMAN: A night of cinematic performance inspired by the work of Esta Nesbitt

Sun Sep 25, 2016
7:30pm, $5 suggested donation
2640 Space
2640 St Paul St (21218)

Kristen Anchor performs Esta Nesbitt’s Everyman as Anyman, or Putting On, On, On, On, On
C. Tara and David Gladden present a site-specific performance, Forgotten and Now the Coming Thing, based on the work of Esta Nesbitt
Plus music videos by Danielle Damico, Dina Fiasconaro, Daphne Gardner & Taylor Hebden

Everyman as Anyman, or Putting On, On, On, On, On (1969) by Esta Nesbitt, from the Esta Nesbitt papers, 1941-1981, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (20 minutes) 

A five-screen Super 8 film and reel-to-reel tape performance reconstructed and performed as a video and sound performance by the artist and filmmaker Kristen Anchor. Originally created by Nesbitt to demonstrate “the media bombardment surrounding ‘everyman’ today,” it is whirlwind collage of documentary footage, print media clippings, and hand-written text with a multilayered soundtrack combined to create living audio-visual poem, which is different every time it is performed. Digital interpretation commissioned by the Smithsonian’s Archives of American art in 2015, this is a rare performance of a one of the greats in American avant-garde cinema. 


Forgotten and Now the Coming Thing (2016) by C. Tara & David Gladden

A site-specific, dreamscape opera that takes its name from recurring phrases in Esta Nesbitt’s fashion illustrations. These phrases, “And Now...,” “And Again…,” and “The Coming Thing…” resonate beyond the world of fashion, into timeless questions of universal significance. C. Tara & David Gladden use Nesbitt’s diverse body of work as inspiration, creating a performance that combines live sound, live-feed cameras, video projections, and ritual actions.



Esta Nesbitt (1918-1975) was an illustrator, xerography artist, filmmaker, and educator who lived and worked in New York City. She was a fashion illustrator for about two decades before becoming a children’s book illustrator, performance artist, xerography artist, and filmmaker. To demonstrate “the media bombardment surrounding ‘everyman’ today,” Nesbitt created a film and sound performance piece titled Everyman as Anyman, or Putting On, On, On, On, On in 1969. More information available on the Archives of American Art website here: www.aaa.si.edu/collections/esta-nesbitt-papers-8079/more

Kristen Anchor is an audio visual artist, curator, teacher, and musician. Her work has screened at film festivals, events, and galleries throughout the U.S. Anchor plays drums for Baltimore’s all-girl lo-fi art pop band The Degenerettes, and is the creator of the out-of-this-world performance duo Monster Drummer Thunderupagus. kristen-anchor.com

C. Tara & David Gladden explore how the sensual interacts with the cerebral. They use cinematic and theatrical strategies to create engaging, immersive environments that also have a rigorous conceptual base. They consider their performances to be “live cinema,” with a seamless mix of music, projections, performance, poetry, and tableaux.

Dina Fiasconaro is a Baltimore-based filmmaker. She has an MFA in filmmaking from Columbia University, and is an Associate Professor of Film and Moving Image at Stevenson University. She recently co-founded the Baltimore Chapter of Film Fatales (www.filmfatales.org), a national organization working towards gender parity in the film industry.www.dinafiasconaro.com.

Daphne Gardner and Taylor Hebden met in high school and started documenting their group of friends through photography and video. They both studied film in college, and collaborated on work while at different schools in Maryland. They continue to work together on a variety of film projects, with the shared vision of exploring the female experience.
Daphne: www.daphnegardner.com 
Taylor: vimeo.com/user3089289

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VideoVideoZine.com The CHILD STAR Issue and Screening
Jun
30
7:00pm 7:00pm

VideoVideoZine.com The CHILD STAR Issue and Screening

 

 

Come out to the screening to see these AWESOME videos before they go up on our website! The jury (Olivia Woodward, Jared Kelley, Traci Fowler, and Henry Detweiler) have selected the following videos to be shown in the July 2016 issue of Video! Video! Zine: CHILD STAR

The CHILD STAR screening is Thursday, July 30th at HUME, 3242 W Armitage Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60647. Doors at 7:00, NO PUNK ROCK TIME!!!!

No hay banda by Stephanie Kang

Mommie's Secrets by Sydney Shavers

I'll Pass by Kristen Anchor

1985 Homemade Music Video "We're Not Gonna Take It" Twisted Sister by Weird Paul Petroskey

William by Lillie West

 FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION by Nic Seago

Strawberry Shortcake by Mary Clare Pelch

Bitute Pilkoji by Ulijona Odisarija

Child, Child West by Kenny Reed and Mike Brady

I'm Dead, I'm Alive by Christopher Thompson

 

 

 

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Screening and Panel Discussion
May
26
7:30pm 7:30pm

Screening and Panel Discussion

 

I Don't Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman
Presented in partnership with the Film Fatales Baltimore Chapter

I DON'T BELONG ANYWHERE: THE CINEMA OF CHANTAL AKERMAN explores some of the Belgian filmmaker's 40 plus films from Brussels to Tel Aviv, and from Paris to New York, and charts her authorial journey.

An experimental filmmaker and a nomad, Chantal Akerman shared her cinematic trajectory with Marianne Lambert, revealing the deep philosophical questions that color her work.  With her editor and long-time collaborator Claire Atherton, she examines the origins of her film language and aesthetic stance.

Following the screening, join us for a conversation with Rahne Alexander, Kristen Anchor, and Stephanie Barber about the impact of Ackerman’s work. Rahne Alexander is a transgender filmmaker, artist, guitarist, and vocalist for The Degenerettes. Kristen Anchor is an audio visual artist, curator, teacher, and musician. Stephanie Barberis a writer and artist, whose films and videos have has been screened nationally and internationally.

http://www.creativealliance.org/events/2016/i-dont-belong-anywhere-cinema-chantal-akerman

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Saddle 6 Pack CD Release Party
Apr
30
9:00pm 9:00pm

Saddle 6 Pack CD Release Party

$7 / Doors at 9
We are happy to announce that the first 50 attendees get a free "I survived the Saddle 6 Pack" koozie! Dude. That's awesome.

w/ our buds:
Manners Manners

The Degenerettes 

Saddle of Centaur has a new EP coming out! WHAT!? Yeah. The best part? There's a drinking game inside of it. I will let you think on that. The "Saddle 6 Pack" can be purchased online as of 3/30/16 atsaddleofcentaur.bandcamp.com however, the physical release can only be purchased at shows! We made a limited hand numbered 100 copies. The CD comes in a 7" foldover and when you open it up? Drinkiing board game. Spinner and all. You gotta see this thing. Come get yours before they're all gone!!

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Live Film Performance @ 'sindikit
Apr
29
7:30pm 7:30pm

Live Film Performance @ 'sindikit

'sindikit presents the Friday Performance Series, curated by Jaimes Mayhew with Kristen Anchor performing from her MAGIC MOVIE MACHINES series. 

Performance will start promptly at 7:30pm, door will open at 7pm.

About the MAGIC MOVIE MACHINES (SERIES)
Live visual and audio performances with modified projectors, found 16mm film, leader, stock, spray paint, bleach, power tools, dirt, abrasives, etc. Looping 16mm is manipulated live, changing the visuals, audio, and "narrative" over time.

Area 405

405 E Oliver St, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

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Apr
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

B-More Shorts

A night of short films highlighting Baltimore's best filmmakers who've premiered and screened their short and feature films at the Creative Alliance!

Filmmakers present will include: Kristen Anchor, Ashleigh Coffelt, Margaret Rorison, Skizz Cyzyk, Mike Finazzo, Bryan "Grasshopper" Robinson, and Cathy Cook.

http://creativealliance.org/events/2016/bmore-shorts

7:30pm | $10, $7 | + $2 at the door

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Apr
8
8:00pm 8:00pm

LIGHTHOLE

LIGHTHOLE: PITS will re-evalute dominant visual and sensorial culture's take on dark crevices, caves, holes, armpits, knee-pits and other types of pits. Pits have gone from mystical places, such as temple like caves, to places of fear and shame - exemplified by Victorian fashion - with the need to cover very single one of them.

 

https://www.facebook.com/lightholebaltimore/

1511 Guilford Ave, Ste B401, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

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Live performance of Esta Nesbitt's <i>Everyman or Anyman or Putting On, On, On, On</i>
Mar
27
6:00pm 6:00pm

Live performance of Esta Nesbitt's Everyman or Anyman or Putting On, On, On, On

  • National Portrait Gallery, McEvoy Auditorium (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Screening program:

  • Everyman as Anyman, or Putting On, On, On, On, On (1969) by Esta Nesbitt, from the Esta Nesbitt papers, 1941–1981, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (20 minutes)

A 5-screen film and sound performance reconstructed and performed as a video and sound performance by the artist and filmmaker Kristen Anchor.

  • Face-Off (1979) by Robert and Ingrid Wiegand, from the Robert Wiegand papers and video art, 1953–1994, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (9 minutes)

A 2-channel video performance in which the artists playfully explain to viewers the mechanical nature of video while simultaneously exploring the nature of relationships.

  • Claudia (1972) by Jorge Preloran, from the Jorge Preloran Collection, Human Studies Film Archive, National Museum of Natural History (6.5 minutes x 2)

Experimental film described by Preloran as "a free improvisation with a child of 5 who plays, has fun, gets mad, and ends up in frenetic activity, all enhanced with superimposed animation". The film has four versions, each with a different musical score. Preloran's intention was that all four versions would be viewed together in order to compare how the character of the child changes according to the music. Tonight’s program will screen version 1, with music by Jose Luis Castaneira, and version 2, with a song by Poldy Bird and music by Rodrigo Montero.

Organized by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
Held in the Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium, D.W. Reynolds Center, (National Portrait Gallery) 8th and G Streets, Washington, D.C.
Sponsored by the Council on Library and Information Resources

Photo CreditEveryman as anyman, or putting on, on, on, on, on, 1969 / Esta Nesbitt. Super 8 mm : 24 film reels ; 1 sound tape reel. Esta Nesbitt papers. Archives of American Art.

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    Feb
    25
    5:00pm 5:00pm

    Magic Movie Machine hand painted 16mm Film Performance and Artist Talk

    Wednesday, February 25, TETC 317 5p.m.  Reception to follow immediately in the Electronic Gallery, Salisbury University

    In conjunction with the exhibition:

    An Exploration of Place(s) Real, Imagined, Representational and Abstract.

    This time-based media exhibition takes the broad idea of topography to delve into questions about place: how we define place; the roles we play in the preservation and transformation of place; and how place is represented in our memories, imaginations and shifting experiences of reality.

    MEDIA INSTALLATION:  Electronic Gallery, TETC 128, open 7 days a week, 8a.m.- 8p.m.

    Artists include:  Alejandro Acierto, Kristen Anchor, Matt Dombrowski, Stephen Ellis, Johanna Evans-Colley, Felix Frederick, Adam Hurwitz, Ron Lambert, Christine Lucy Latimer, Chris Lynn, Edward Morin, Paul Shortt and Filippo Tagliati.

     

     

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    Feb
    4
    to Feb 27

    Electronica Exhibition

    EBC ARTS CENTER40 W Chesapeake AveTowson, MD, 21204United States 

    Opening reception Friday, Feb 6, 6-8pm

    Curated by Towson University Professors: Jenee Mateer and Phil Davis


    Artists' work deals with the idea of the electronic, including physics of light and sound, and relationships with the mechanical and electrical realms of science and technology. Mediums include 2D, 3D, sound, music, video, projections, performance, light, circuits, optics, robotics, cameras, computers, mobile devices, sensors, transistors, diodes, or capacitors. A broad definition of the theme and the metaphoric possibilities for connection between humans and the devices they create and use are explored.

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    Feb
    2
    8:00am 8:00am

    ALTERNATIVE TOPOGRAPHIES: FEBRUARY 2 – MARCH 20

    An Exploration of Place(s) Real, Imagined, Representational and Abstract.

    This time-based media exhibition takes the broad idea of topography to delve into questions about place: how we define place; the roles we play in the preservation and transformation of place; and how place is represented in our memories, imaginations and shifting experiences of reality.

    MEDIA INSTALLATION:  Electronic Gallery, TETC 128, open 7 days a week, 8a.m.- 8p.m., Salisbury University

    Artists include:  Alejandro Acierto, Kristen Anchor, Matt Dombrowski, Stephen Ellis, Johanna Evans-Colley, Felix Frederick, Adam Hurwitz, Ron Lambert, Christine Lucy Latimer, Chris Lynn, Edward Morin, Paul Shortt and Filippo Tagliati.

    LIVE EVENTS:

    Kristen Anchor: Live, hand painted 16mm Film Performance and Artist Talk

    Wednesday, February 25, TETC 317 5p.m.  Reception to follow immediately in the Electronic Gallery.

    Chris Lynn: Live, Super 8 Film Screening and Artist Talk.

    Thursday, March 12, TETC 317, 5:30p.m.  Reception to follow immediately in the Electronic Gallery.

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    Jan
    31
    9:00pm 9:00pm

    1/31 @ Sidebar: A Benefit for Hollaback! Baltimore

    The Sidebar

    218 E Lexington St, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

    WET BRAIN
    Crimson Wave
    Friendbeast
    The Degenerettes
    Hive Bent

    "Hollaback is a movement to end street harassment powered by a network of local activists around the world. We work together to better understand street harassment, to ignite public conversations, and to develop innovative strategies to ensure equal access to public spaces."

    http://bmore.ihollaback.org/about/
    http://bmore.ihollaback.org/getinvolved/
    http://bmore.ihollaback.org/safer-spaces-campaign/

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    Oct
    22
    8:00pm 8:00pm

    Rock 'n' Roll in "Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Dream America," with Damien Ober, The Big Sway, The Degenerettes, and the Barnyard Sharks

    Ever wonder how all the signatories of the Declaration of Independence died? In a world of social networks, alien invasions, sea monsters, and Old Off the Grid? Come see Barnyard Sharks play with The Big Sway (from Mass), The Degenerettes (from Baltimore) and celebrate the release ofDamien Ober's new experimental historical sci-fi novel "Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Dream America" with additional readings by Baynard Woods and others TBA

    The Windup Space

    12 W North Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

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    Sep
    27
    to Sep 28

    TRANSMODERN FESTVAL VIPP AFTER PARTY FEAT. P3CULIAR

    Join us in celebrating one more amazing Transmodern Festival! 

    This will be the Baltimore debut of P3CULIAR!
    {{ http://p3culiar.com/ }}

    PLUS a discoliscious dance party featuring jamz from DJ Gino Fieri, your hostess Ellen Degenerate, Martin Schmidt of Matmos and more! 

    Live performances throughout the space, drag, and video projections by Jedicom and Kristen Anchor.

    The party is free with a Transmodern wristband, but $7 if you're one of the 3 people in Baltimore who doesn't go to Transmodern. SPACE IS LIMITED so show up early to guarantee admittance.

    DRESS CODE: ART FAIR VIP AAAAREEAAA

    Myspace

    Franklin and Paca St., Baltimore, Maryland

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    Sep
    16
    7:30pm 7:30pm

    OUTER VISIONS - High Zero Festival's Night of Immersive Sound & Light

    The High Zero Festival kicks off its Sweet 16 anniversary by expanding your eyes and your ears. Join us on 9/16 at the Penthouse Gallery in the Copy Cat for OUTER VISIONS, immersive sound & light performances presented in a 4-channel video and sound projection cube. 

    FEATURING! 

    >>>> PETER BURR's 4-channel piece green | red, projected on a sixteen by nine foot projection cube. Audio by SEABAT

    >>>> MARK BROWN & BENNY BOELDT's live video manipulation and music collaboration 

    >>>> KRISTEN ANCHOR's improvised 16mm projector performance "Magic Movie Machine" 

    >>>> TOM BORAX and his Lab Coat of Many Colors - a 4-channel live led light and synthesizer performance

    >>>> LEXIE MOUNTAIN's performance installation - "Christina's World World World" 

    WHEN: 
    Tuesday, September 16th
    Doors 7:30 pm / show 8:30 pm
    $5

    WHERE: 
    Penthouse Gallery, B501, Copy Cat Bldg, 1511 Guilford Ave

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    Aug
    30
    9:00pm 9:00pm

    Degenerettes, Saddle of Centaur, Silence Kid, and Frisco & Jeff at the Windup!

    This will be a FREE SHOW!! Huzzah!!!

    The Degenerettes 
    Your favorite queermo rock & roll power trio!

    Saddle of Centaur 
    Double Trouble Queen Beezuses of ROCK! 

    Silence Kid
    The band that will make you want to start a band!

    and introducing (to us, anyway) 

    Frisco & Jeff 

    All at The Windup Space - Bring a date. Bring TWO! It's FREE!!!!

    The Windup Space

    12 W North Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

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    Jun
    6
    to Jun 8

    LADYFEST BALTIMORE

    June 6th & 7th at The Windup Space , Red Emma's & Liam's it's Ladyfest Baltimore! A not-for-profit event highlighting the music of feminist and women (cis-women, trans, intersex, genderqueer and all supporters) artists. A significant portion of the money from this Ladyfest will be donated to House Of Ruth Maryland, Inc. Our hope for this event is to create a positive, inclusive, safe, and empowering experience for all those in attendance. This is an ALL-inclusive event meant to bring our diverse and creative community in Baltimore together to combat sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, ageism, classism and to support an important cause and enjoy two days of talented individuals!

    Ladyfest Bmore will feature two days of bands & DJs, plus daytime workshops and a market of goods. If you're interested in being a part of ladyfest in any way get in touch:: ladyfestbaltimore@gmail.com

    Ladyfest Baltimore will have designated individuals who will be available for attendees to reach out to in case they are experiencing any issues at the event. How to identify these volunteers will be announced shortly. Please, be mindful and kind in your verbal remarks and in your actions. There will be no tolerance for words or actions that cause feelings of marginalization. No sexist, racist, transphobic, homophobic, ableist, ageist, or classist remarks or actions will be allowed. This fest is being put together so those in attendance can enjoy the talent that is being showcased. We want everyone taking part in Ladyfest to have a positive, safe, and FUN experience! 

    LINEUP:::

    LADYFEST SCHEDULE

    FRIDAY JUNE 6th @ Windup Space
    $7 from 6- 7pm, $10 after

    -Trophy Wife (11:25- 11:55) 
    (Philly) http://trophywifetheband.bandcamp.com/

    -Big Mouth (10:50- 11:15)
    (Bmore) http://bigmouthsound.bandcamp.com/

    -Coup Savage and the Snips (10:15- 10:40)
    (DC) https://www.facebook.com/hausofsauvage

    - Dasher (9:40-10:05)
    (ATL) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dasher/243869292343643

    -Crimson Wave (9:05- 9:30)
    (Bmore) http://crimsonwave.bandcamp.com/

    -Curse (8:30- 8:55)
    (Bmore)

    -Natural Velvet (8- 8:20)
    (Bmore) http://naturalvelvet.bandcamp.com/

    -Fainting Spellss (7:30- 7:50)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/FaintingSpellss

    -Sneaks (7pm- 7:20)
    (DC)

    - Julie O (6:30- 6:50)
    (NY) https://www.youtube.com/user/julieoutrage/videos


    SATURDAY JUNE 7th @ Windup Space and Liam Flynn’s
    $12 from 6-7pm, $15 after 

    WU- War on Women (12:45-)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/WarOnWomen

    WU- Amanda X (12:05-12:30)
    (Philly) https://www.facebook.com/amandaxband

    WU- Wet Brain (11:25-11:50)
    (Bmore) http://wetwetbrain.bandcamp.com/

    LF- Troubled Sleep (11:05-11:30)
    (NY/MD) http://troubledsleepny.bandcamp.com/

    WU- Whore Paint (10:45-11:20)
    (Providence) https://www.facebook.com/wppvd

    LF- Degenerettes (10:25-10:50)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/thedegenerettes

    WU- Nervosas (10:05-10:30) 
    (Columbus) https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nervosas/307103472638435
    LF- Your Friend (9:45-10:10).
    (Lexington)

    WU- Creepoid (9:25-9:50)
    (Philly) https://www.facebook.com/creepoid

    LF- Puff Pieces (9:05- 9:30)
    (DC) http://amandahuron.net/puff-pieces/

    WU- Mr. Moccasin (8:50-9:10)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/mrmoccasin

    LF- Lizz King (8:25- 8:50)
    (Bmore) http://www.ehserecords.com/lizzking/

    WU- Jail Solidarity (8:15-8:35)
    (DC) https://www.jailsolidarity.bandcamp.com/

    LF- Saddle of Centaur (7:40- 8:10)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/saddleofcentaur

    WU- Thin Lips (7:40- 8)
    (Philly) http://xxthinlipsxx.bandcamp.com/

    WU- Glittoris (7-7:25)
    (Bmore) https://www.facebook.com/glittorisbaltimore

    WU- Anaya (from Girls Rock!) to open day (starting at 6:30)



    DJs:
    Angie Swizz 
    Ashley Young 
    Jenn Bress 
    + more


    Saturday daytime market vendors::
    - CAROMANCY
    - MILK AND ICE VINTAGE
    - Shop Esra
    - The Laffin' Afro
    - + More (get in touch if you'd like to sell!)

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    May
    30
    8:00pm 8:00pm

    HOLY FINGERS + HORIZONTAL HOLD + THE DEGENERETTES

    HOLY FINGERS = Sprawling, compelling, lovely, intense instrumental ROCK form Baltimore. Delicate, pummeling, and everything in between. 
    Listen: http://holyfingers.bandcamp.com/

    Horizontal Hold = Herky-jerky, sorta noisy weird-pop from Durham, NC. Our first time in yr lovely town...
    Listen: https://horizontalholdnc.bandcamp.com/

    The Degenerettes = Baltimore's own queer art punkrock power trio!! Killin' it since 2005...
    Listen: http://www.reverbnation.com/thedegenerettes

    Door at 8:00.
    Show at 9:00.
    7 bucks.

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    Mar
    15
    8:00pm 8:00pm

    Small Foods 2014

    Ok people, it's time... once again... to get SMALL!!!

    Baltimore's best and only celebration of the delicious world of petite edibles, the annual Small Foods party and contest, is Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 8pm! Please bring your Small Foods offering with plenty to share, and any beverages you wish to consume. It’s going to be a microcosm of deliciousness! Have fun experimenting in your tiny kitchens!

    Please read the following carefully as some items have changed…

    Small Foods will take place at The Whole Gallery (H&H Building, 405 West Franklin St. 3rd Floor) 

    This year's Small Foods event will be hosted by Mickey Dehn and Morgan Phillips, last year's grand prize winners and recipient of the coveted GIANT CAN Of mini-corn! Fabulous musical entertainment will be provided by The John Gumby Jazz Fiasco!

    This is a participatory event! 

    *If you are not creating an edible entry this year, your entrance fee will be $10.00 at the door. 

    *Small Foods contest entrants / gourmets pay only a $2.00 entry fee to participate.

    *All proceeds will go to The Whole Gallery for the generous use of their space; Our fabulous band, The John Gumby Jazz Fiasco; and to supporting the cost of this, and future Small Foods events.

    H&H Building, 405 West Franklin St. 3rd Floor

     

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