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Category Archives: Event Production
I extended my visit in NYC when I got picked up by the Bicycle Film Festival as their Assistant Producer this year. The festival is starting on Wednesday, if you’re in the area don’t miss it!
Buy tickets & see the full program here.
For those who missed out on all the fun, Thorin Klosowski is here to save the day! He wrote this wonderful event recap for DETHRIDE on Westword’s art + culture blog Show & Tell.
“The award ceremony, to which we were called up to the stage to collect our rewards, followed after three of the bands on the ticket played. Under normal conditions, this wouldn’t have been a problem, but as it turns out, I get a little clumsy when I’m on a stage in front of people, and I managed to drop and spread out all of our winnings. Maybe it was the fact that organizer Jen Nordhem kept calling us all nerds, or maybe I’d just had a couple too many drinks. It was classy either way. “
That was funny. But back to the serious stuff. We had a great turn out, 65 DETHRIDERS joined us at 3 Kings for a night of bikes, metal and art.
Congrats to the first place team, check out their sweet shirts! Art by Sam Turner, printed + donated by Indy Ink.
Thanks for coming, everyone! This may turn into an annual deal so stay tuned!
DETHRIDE: A Halloween Bicycle Scavenger Hunt
A MsHurricane & One26 Production
Sunday 10/31, 7PM
3 Kings Tavern
60 S. Broadway, Denver
$6, includes access to show after the hunt
Matt Scobey & Joshua Wills, two Denver based artists have teamed up on a collaboration that is one part visual stimulus, one part installation, and one part commerce by design. Exploring the boundaries of life on the fringe, love of rebellion, the art of repetition, and the romance of the hustle. LICKING EYEBALLS & LOVING IT is an exchange of visual banter and witty graphics that seduce the eyes with thought saliva upon every glance, wince, and stare. The opening at Pawn Works sent a thunderclap through the midwest with a smattering of original paintings, prints, site specific installations, and printed ephemera that encapsulates their angst ridden joyride leading up to the day of the show.
The show will run through November, please call Nick for an appointment (312-841-3986).
Rumor has it there will be a second showing of Licking Eyeballs And Loving It in Denver…. stay tuned.
Matt Scobey and Josh Will’s show Licking Eyeballs And Loving It is this Friday at Pawn Works Chicago.
Don’t miss it!
PAWN WORKS /// 1050 N Damen /// Friday, October 15 /// 7-11pm
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