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A meetup of unkown origin, posted by an art gallery from Portland, Oregon. Nonetheless, that night will be a good time to be at Stardust Coffee, I'm sure.
“Beyond The Cubicle and Out Of Your Living Room…
Calling all creatives, curators, artists and supporters!
- Topics: Cross Currents- history of and new literary diaspora and Blah blah Blah… we have no idea what is going to happen… is is an Unconference! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference
Artist and Guest Speakers to be announced!
February 10th, 2012 1842 East Winter Park Road, Orlando, Florida – 6pm to 8pm
Florida Creatives is now hosting a monthly Show and Tell on the 1st Tuesday of every month at Urban ReThink. July 5th will be the third event, and we are always looking for new participants - anyone is welcome to attend.
Here is a Facebook video of Nathan's Show and Tell - a multi-dimensional pendulum installation with three screens, and three controls, two for parameters, and one to rotate the graphic in the center.
Brian Feldman and his father sustain a 24 hour embrace on Father’s Day, inside the boxing ring at Orange Ave Gym.
Spectators are welcome to enter the ring and embrace a loved one after the 12th hour.
“24 Hour Embrace (after Young Sun Han)” marks the first time that Young Sun Han has granted permission to re-perform this piece, as well as the first time that Brian Feldman has re-performed another artist’s work.
Come out on Sunday, April 17th 2011 from 1-6 PM for Indie Craft Bazaar: Spring Fling!
- Handmade, Vintage, Repurposed, Recycled and Vegan Goods!
- Free raffle ticket for hourly handmade giveaways!
- Free DIY Kitchen herbs + Flower planting stand! (Just bring a recycled can / planter or purchase one there!)
- Spring time snacks (with vegan options!)
- Henna tattoos, tarot card + psychic stand and other fun activities!
- Full bar in the lobby!
$4 entry, FREE parking garage!
FREE swag bags full of goodies for the first 100 guests!!
Music, arts and crafts, food, beer and prizes! What more could you ask for?! You don't want to miss this!!
Ditch the mall this holiday season and SHOP HANDMADE!!!
Come out on Saturday, December 18th, 2010 from 1-6 PM for Winter Wonderland! A perfect place for holiday shopping!
- Handmade, vintage, repurposed, recycled and vegan goods!
- Free Raffle Prize Entries and Giveaways
- DIY "Make A Holiday Ornament" Booth!
- Henna Tattoos, Tarot Card and Palm Readings!
- Cupcakes and other Winter Treats!
- Full Bar in the lobby!
HOLIDAY ANIMAL DRIVE: Bring supplies like cat and dog food, disinfectants, towels, bowls, treats, toys and more. In return, they will receive two extra raffle tickets per donated item. Supplies will be donated to local South Florida animal shelters!
$4 entry, FREE parking garage!
monochrom #26-34: Ye Olde Self-Referentiality
A semi-entertaining release performance
Presented at Urban ReThink in Orlando, FL
625 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801
December 16, 2010, 8:00 PM
The phatzine monochrom #26-34 (Goat of 1k Young) is an impossibility in an impossible universe -- an unpeculiar mixture of proto-aesthetic fringe work, pop attitude, subcultural science and political activism. 500 pages (67 ounces) of outrageous printed bestiality. And we plan to thoughtfully present it at Urban ReThink... in the Most Central of all possible Floridas!
Download FLCreatives Podcast 13
But what is monochrom?
monochrom is a magazine object appearing in telephone book format, which is published by the art/tech group of the same name. monochrom came into being in the mid-1990s as a fanzine for cyberculture, science, theory, cultural studies and the archaeology of pop culture in everyday life. Its collage format is reminiscent both of the early DIY fanzines of the punk and new wave underground and of the artist books of figures such as Dieter Roth, Martin Kippenberger and others. With a great deal of forced discontinuity, a cohesive potpourri of digital and analog subversion is pressed between the covers of monochrom. Each issue is an unnostalgic amalgam of 125 years of Western counterculture cocked, aimed and ready to fire at the present. It is a Sears catalog of subjective and objective irreconcilability -- the Godzilla version of the conventional coffee table book.