special Classes at Eyedrum: Please look at description
1:00PM - 6:30PM Price: varies
PUPPET THEORY AND BUILDING
Ninja Puppet Productions Workshops
These workshops are designed to give the participates an academic and hands on overview of
both the performance and building aspects of the puppet. We will be covering on several different
styles of puppetry that are the basic backbone of all forms. These workshops will take a hands on
approach to some of the endless avenues that puppetry can take. Each participate will have the
opportunity to create and design their own puppet in class that will evolved throughout the
Some of the topics that the workshops will cover will include:
Writing for Puppetry (visual vs verbal)
Basic building (what a puppet needs to move)
Basic Performance skills (Capturing the illusion of life)
Puppetry for Video (exploring the option of digital media)
Life of a Puppeteer (practical options for a professional puppeteer)
Putting a show together (bringing it all together and performance options in Atlanta)
Taught by RAYMOND CARR
Feb 28th and March 7th
Rate - $60 +$20 materials fee
CREATING YOUR DIGITAL PORTFOLIO
Creating your Digital Portfolio is a class for artists that need to get their portfolios online. We will discuss successful website design, the specific needs of each participant, how to acquire a domain name, proper photographing and documentation of artwork, grouping of images to create the strongest portfolios and how to write a résumé and artist statement. We will also research and find different website creation routes and ultimately choose the tools that work best for each artist. The goal is for each student to have a functioning professional artist portfolio website by the end of the session.
Taught by LYNORE DOST
February 28th - April 18th
Rate - $120/$15 per class
computer and digital camera
Also On This Day:
8:30AM - 6:00PM Price: $10-$20 for sellers
come to our next temporary thrift store hang out
Saturday MARCH 7th 8:30am - 6:00pm
**BUY OR SELL**
SNACKS N' HOT TODDY's, tarot reading. . .
you can expect to see: dead tech (old cameras, toys, typewriters, etc) old posters, furniture, books, art supplies, leftover art, clothes, blank surfaces, frames. . .and who knows what else. . .
Contact email@example.com for more information.
art Mario Schambon opening in small gallery!
6:00PM - 9:00PM
Another show about food and poop.
Mario Schambon is a Colombian-American artist, musician and composer based in Atlanta GA. New work includes commisions for Jekyll Island GA, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT and original music for a modern dance performance. In addition to commisioned work he is currently involved with several new projects including a rock band and new sculptures rooted in mythology, and rebirth.
music 4th Ward Afro-Klezmerorchestra
9:00PM - - - Price: 7
4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra
Atlanta's 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra founded in 2008 by Gold Sparkle Band member Roger Ruzow merges two styles of music not thought of as compatible in the traditional sense. The original compositions and arrangements blend traditional Klezmer influenced songs and styles with west and south African rhythms to create an exotic amalgamation of afro-beats, Eastern European stomps and American jazz.
The nine piece jazz-orchestra features an all star lineup of some of Atlanta’s best musical talent, members and former members of such ensembles as: Cadillac Jones, Bazooka Ants, Noot d' Noot, Standard Deviation, Sahmada, Chilli Willie Blues Band, Perkenjie Shift, Gold Sparkle Band and Nu South Subteraneans just to name a few.
This ensemble provides new most excellent music!!
4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra
Colin Bragg - guitar Chris Case - keyboard
Ben Davis - sax Jeff Crompton – sax/clarinet
Keith Leslie - drums Bill Nittler - sax/clarinet
Roger Ruzow - trumpet Blake Williams – trombone
Ben Gettys- Bass
Daniel Clay will be opening the evening with songs from his latest release the "Protestant" and many more songs from the Daniel Canon.
"Clay's songs are filled with a dark, almost bleak, uncertainty against which his characters, and by extension all of us, struggle. That struggle is both spiritual and existential, though the difference between the two may be little more than a shade of a degree . . . he thoughtfully explores the many contradictions embedded in modern belief . . . the structure he uses to do this is both surprisingly traditional and thematically ingenious." - Nerd Litter