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First Thursday Improv - Holy Ghost Revival! September 2, 2010
9:00PM - - -
Holy Ghost Revival!

This iteration of improv will be the last for producer/engineer extraordinaire Jeff Rackley, so First Thursday Veterans far and wide, please join us for the farewell!

Regular Gallery Hours September 3, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Graham Hancock (Fingerprints of the Gods) lecture September 3, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5


"I always wanted to make a Biblical flood movie" said famed Hollywood
director Roland Emmerich discussing his recent blockbuster "2012",
"but I never felt I had the hook. I first read about the Earth's Crust
Displacement Theory in Graham Hancock's Fingerprints of the Gods." In
addition to "Fingerprints", his most acclaimed work, Hancock is the
author of The Sign and the Seal, Message of the Sphinx, Heaven's
Mirror, Supernatural and other bestselling investigations of
historical mysteries. His books have been translated into twenty-seven
languages and have sold over five million copies. His public lectures
and broadcasts, including major documentaries and TV series for the
History Channel, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel
and the Learning Channel have further established his reputation as an
unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about
humanity's past. Hancock's latest work is Entangled, a timeslip novel
that plunges deep into realms of fantasy and adventure.

Lecture Preview:

Elves, Aliens, Angels and Ayahuasca: Parallel Realms and the Mysteries
of the Vine of the Dead.

Description

Judging from the abundant evidence of ancient cave art from all parts
of the world, encounters with aliens and UFO’s are nothing new.
Humanity has been visited, taught and nurtured by non-terrestrial
beings for at least 35,000 years, construing them according to
different cultural frameworks as “spirits”, “elves” or “fairies”,
“angels” or even “demons”, and most recently as “aliens”. The same
beings and vehicles depicted in the cave art also occur in the much
more recent art of surviving shamanistic peoples still living today in
remote regions such as the Kalahari and the Amazon jungle. Even more
mysteriously, similar experiences and imagery are reported by Western
lab volunteers, placed experimentally under the influence of
hallucinogens such as DMT, psilocybin, mescaline and LSD. The growing
popularity in the West of the Amazonian visionary brew Ayahuasaca
(where the active ingredient is DMT) has opened up these experiences
of parallel realms and their inhabitants to an ever-growing
constituency of North Americans and Europeans. The common factor,
which is also fundamental to all forms of shamanism, appears to be
altered states of consciousness and, crucially, this does not suggest
that these experiences are in any way “unreal”. On the contrary the
evidence supports the hypothesis that in deeply altered states of
consciousness the receiver wavelength of the brain is altered to allow
us to tune into and interact with beings from other levels and
dimensions of reality. These beings, Hancock argues, are the ancient
teachers of mankind. Though much of modern civilization is in a state
of rigid denial the fact is that they are still very much in contact
with us today. These contacts, and how we as a society react to them –
are as fundamental to the future of our species now as they were
35,000 years ago.

Experimental Writers Asylum @ Decatur Book Fest September 3, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  free






The Seen Gallery in downtown Decatur is host to Eyedrum's inaugural Experimental Writers Asylum.

Jessica E. Blinkhorn presents her bold take on erotica--work that has garnered praise for her from The Village Voice. Blinkhorn, a native of Austell, Georgia, earned her Bachelor’s degree in drawing and painting at Kennesaw State University and her Master’s degree in those disciplines at Georgia State University. For mature audiences only.

Presented in conjunction with the Decatur Book Festival.

ABC News profiles Jessica Blinkhorn.

Creative Loafing gets excited about Experimental Writers Asylum.

Regular Gallery Hours September 4, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Experimental Writers Asylum @ Decatur Book Fest September 4, 2010
3:00PM - 11:00PM
Price:  free




The Seen Gallery in downtown Decatur is host to Eyedrum's inaugural Experimental Writers Asylum.

Dust to Digital

3–5pm: A showcase of works by local independent publishers puts the spotlight on items from Atlanta Poets Group, Dust to Digital, Fifth Planet Press, Fort!/da?, and others.

5–6pm: Atlanta Poets Group contributor James Sanders in performance.



6–7pm: John Otte presents his Angel of History book treatment series.

John Otte, long known in Atlanta for his highly informed, strange, and experimental approach to art-making and curating, is going to be shedding light on one of the many entry points into his processes. This one is specific to his handling of books. Eyedrum is very proud to have the opportunity to work with and host John.


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Open Face Sandwich, Vol. 2

8–11pm: Publication party for The Open Face Sandwich, Volume 2, with readings from Bill Taft, Alison Davis, and other local experimentalists. Volume 1 of TOFS earned a nomination in 2009 from the Utne Independent Press Awards for Best New Publication.

Presented in conjunction with the Decatur Book Festival.

"The AJC is hosting a contest to give this annoying thing an annoying name, so you can do that if you want. A better use of your time would be checking out the new authors added to the festival by Eyedrum for their first ever Experimental Writers Asylum." - Creative Loafing on the Experimental Writers Asylum.

Justice Yeldham and The Dynamic Ribbon Device September 4, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  7


Blossoming Noise

Presents:

Justice Yeldham and The Dynamic Ribbon Device




“The most exciting performer I have seen in the last three years – in fact, since I first saw Iggy Pop.” - Bruce Russell, WIRE magazine.




“What’s been described as “a trumpet player trapped in a two dimensional universe” is in fact the unique work of Justice Yeldham, a maverick
musician with an unhealthy obsession with sheets of broken glass.

In his infamous show that has astonished and bemused countless people in over 40 countries, Yeldham ecstatically purses his lips against sheets of amplified glass whilst deftly employing various vocal techniques ranging
from throat singing to raspberries, turning discarded shards into crude musical instruments. The results are a wild array of cacophonous noise
that is strangely controlled and oddly musical.

The instruments simple, original and effective premise is a welcome riposte to over complicated musical performances of modern times. A one of a kind act re-defining the expression ‘don’t try this at home’ this show quite simply needs to be witnessed to be fully appreciated, let alone understood.”



SPECIAL GUESTS:


FREE BASS, MIKE PAYNE, & MORE...




Regular Gallery Hours September 5, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Experimental Writers Asylum @ Decatur Book Fest September 5, 2010
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Price:  free




The Seen Gallery in downtown Decatur is host to Eyedrum's inaugural Experimental Writers Asylum.

Blake Butler

1–2pm: Scorch Atlas author Blake Butler offers readings. Butler’s forthcoming book The Copy Family is to be published in 2010 by Harper Perennial.

Michael Martone

2–3pm: Michael Martone, author of books including The Blue Guide to Indiana, Double-wide: Collected Fiction, and the self-titled Michael Martone, reads from his work and discusses it. Martone has taught at Harvard University, Iowa State University, and Syracuse University. He is currently a faculty member in the English Department at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

Presented in conjunction with the Decatur Book Festival.

Creative Loafing gets excited about Experimental Writers Asylum.

Reserved September 7, 2010
4:30PM - 8:00PM
Private rehearsal.

The Runaway Five, Warning Light, Young Again September 8, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  5
The Runaway Five, Warning Light, Young Again

The Runaway Five is Lockett Pundt (Deerhunter, Lotus Plaza) and Dan Wakefield (Ominous Castle, Abby Go-Go).

Warning Light is Drew Haddon and Allen Taylor from Roman Photos.

Young Again is Seth Bolton from Living Rooms.


reserved September 9, 2010
10:00AM - 5:00PM
American Muscle setup

Love Letters to the Sea - James O'Donnell September 9, 2010
8:00PM - 10:00PM
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Alcoholics Anonymous September 10, 2010
7:30AM - 8:30AM
AA at Eyedrum is the only place in town where you can take in an art show and get right at the same time!

For more information email: eyedrumAA@gmail.com

"Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety." Copyright 2010, The A.A. Grapevine, Inc.

reserved September 10, 2010
10:00AM - 11:00PM
American Muscle setup

Regular Gallery Hours September 10, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Regular Gallery Hours September 11, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

American Muscle September 11, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $12 at the door


On September 11, Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery unleashes “American Muscle”, a dance concert and live music performance party about the will, wild and wonder of America. A dozen of Atlanta’s finest performers join choreographer Blake Beckham and musical director Stephen Wood for this unique event examining America’s sinew through an inspired blend of subversion and celebration.

Beckham, a respected contemporary dance artist, delivers a maelstrom of movement – at once articulate and unhinged. Fueled by live accompaniment from The Stephen Wood ensemble, her dancers careen, collide and collect in fitful, pronounced episodes. They move as the persistent muscle of a sincere and striving body. Throughout the night, The Stephen Wood Ensemble plays tunes in classic American styles along with contemporary compositions that reinterpret those roots. Traditional song meets laptop, Hammond organ meets banjo, a rowdy jazz set ensues.

While the artists did not originally plan the show for 9/11, the serendipitous booking offered them a chance “to give the work another lens and layer”, says Beckham. “But we hope the work speaks to a broader kind of cultural ligature. Our might: as strength and potential. Our fight: dogged, for better or worse. Our beauty and our shame. The tensions that tug and unite, wrapping our very skeletons in a dream as fragile as tissue.”


Regular Gallery Hours September 12, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Nathaniel Bartlett Artist's Talk September 13, 2010
7:30PM - 8:30PM
Price:  (free)

Electronic Music Composition
and Performance Using Free,
Open Source Software Tools

Atlas


As a prelude to the evening's musical performance, Nathaniel has agreed to share some of the unique aspects of his instrumentation and techniques with an Artist's Talk exploring his
use of custom computer hardware and Free,
Open Source Software Tools for Electronic
Music Composition and Presentation.

The Artist's Talk is free, but we encourage attendees to stay around afterwords, buy a ticket and enjoy hearing the tools in action at Nathaniel's 9:00pm performance.


Nathaniel Bartlett September 13, 2010
9:00PM - 11:00PM
Price:  $10

Nathaniel Bartlett

Nathaniel Bartlett

Nathaniel Bartlett's performances seamlessly meld his five-octave acoustic marimba with electronics, a powerful computer, and an eight-channel cube of loudspeakers. With the audience positioned in the center of the cuboid loudspeaker array, a three-dimensional soundfield can be projected into the audience space, totally immersing the audience in the music. In Bartlett's music, the spatialization and motion of sounds is a central musical parameter.

The three-dimensional sound field is enriched by the use of high-definition audio (superior to CD-quality audio), which allows for a significant
increase in sonic nuances.

The performance will be preceded at 7:30pm by an Artists Talk discussing Nathaniels unique tools and techniques.

Nathaniel Bartlett's Website




Expo '70, Lid Emba, Brainworlds September 14, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  7

Expo '70

Expo '70

Expo '70 is the main driving improvisational essence of Justin Wright. Having started the project in Los Angeles in 2003, Wright has pushed his project to new levels, releasing a number of albums as cdr's and 2 full-length albums. Expo '70's first album "Animism", which debuted in 2007 on Kill Shaman, is an eclectic mix of krautrock, ambient drone, space exploration and minimal compositions. Comparisons range from Brian Eno, Ash Ra Tempel, A.R. & Machines, SunnO))) and Earth, but not directly sounding like any of those artists in their entirety.

"This music has to be the work of some immortal group of dronelords, sitting in their multidimensional fortress, atop some mysterious lost mountain, who in their infinite wisdom, allow their dreamlike drones and angelic ambience to fall from the sky and settle over us like a light dusting of snow..." - Aquarius Records

Expo 70 from Jameson Piedimonte on Vimeo.

Lid Emba

Lid Emba

"An art-damaged jam between Tangerine Dream, early 90's Residents, and a dubbed-out electro-King Crimson. Heavy guitars, fractured beats, pulsing bass and massive amounts of knob-twiddling all collide for an amazing psychedelic journey to a better place. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED." - Public Guilt

Brainworlds

Brainworlds

As •Brainworlds•, Atlanta based guitarist Mason Brown works to envelop the listener in sheets of meditative sound and delve deep into the subconscious to explore the hidden relationships between the micro and the macro. Towering waves of electric harmony are the vessel in which the journey from myopia is made. Devoid of the constraints of time and gravity, the music of •Brainworlds• floats in the metaphysical realm where mind and universe coalesce.







Language Harm: pOETRY examines THE INHUMAN September 15, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $3 (free for members)



we. seeking around this outside of meat that surrounds me. need. isn't it soaked in nonsense. stacked treading viscous globs in stasis. anxious jumps the skin. dreamed but grids strangle the made possible. oh well. in pods uncommon talk and babble hand in hand then compartmentalize the feelings. saturated wracked and then moments of outside the self. in humans are the unshared made into shadows, and sometimes rainbows. maintaining is metal flavored sweat and rung out asphalt check accounts. words fail the desire to jump and feel alive. and so it goes.

Alcoholics Anonymous September 17, 2010
7:30AM - 8:30AM
AA at Eyedrum is the only place in town where you can take in an art show and get right at the same time!

For more information email: eyedrumAA@gmail.com

"Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety." Copyright 2010, The A.A. Grapevine, Inc.

Regular Gallery Hours September 17, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Jeff Crompton Quartet with Colin Bragg September 17, 2010
9:00PM - - -
Price:  5

Jeff Crompton Quartet

Jeff Crompton Quartet

The free / avant jazz quartet of:

Jeff Crompton - saxophones, clarinet

Bill Nittler - saxophones, clarinet

Ben Gettys - bass

Keith Leslie - drums


with guitarist Colin Bragg

They will play one set each, with a collaborative piece at the end.


Regular Gallery Hours September 18, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Regular Gallery Hours September 19, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Living Walls in all galleries.

Reserved September 19, 2010
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Private rehearsal.

Broken Record Concert Series September 20, 2010
9:00PM - 12:00AM
Price:  $5 advance/$7 at the door


The Broken Record is an Atlanta-based music blog featuring independent Hip Hop, R & B and Neo-Soul artists from around the country (thebr.tumbler.com) The Broken Record writers Kellie Murphy, DeAundrea Harris and Shaneikwa Smith have worked with artists such as Haziq, Niko Villamor, Miss Keke, JusNice, Brooke Taylor, E.A.R.T.H., Wish, and Black Frost. Artist selections for The Broken Record favor independent or undiscovered status, originality, and unique personalities.

The first show in The Broken Record Concert Series will take place at Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery on September 20, 2010, at 9pm featuring BIG REC, PAT24seven and BLC TXT. This event inaugurates a series of Broken Record showcases to take place in Atlanta every two months and eventually appearing in other cities. These independent, all-ages, concerts have a casual dress code and relaxed listening environment. The ambience of the gallery setting, and artwork complimenting the music, sets this event apart from your run of the mill open mic night.

BIG REC is an Atlanta resident from New Orleans, LA by way of Oklahoma. He has appeared live with KRS-One, Raekwon, Buckshot and Slaughterhouse. This lyrically talented member of The 5ive is after solo acclaim, and is also known as the first person to ever rap while competing on The Wheel of Fortune game show.

PAT24seven is originally from Memphis, TN but sets himself apart from typical gansta and gutta styles of that region with more diverse lyricism. He has shared the stage with rap legends 8Ball and MJG as well as the up-and-coming artist Curren$y.

Atlanta’s BLCTXT is a true fundamental Hip Hop artist, a poetic rapper influenced by spoken word, jazz, everyday life and especially J. Dilla. Fans of Mos Def, Talib Kweli and the Roots will be most impressed with his sound.

Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Parking is free. Please call 404.522.0655 or visit www.eyedrum.org for more information.
For press inquiries email thebrokenrecord@ymail.com.

Writer's Exchange September 21, 2010
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  SUPER FREE!





WRITERS EXCHANGE: is pretty lame. it's like sitting on the floor of your living room sharing something you wrote with a friend. even though you might not be so happy with it. it's not structured. it's not going to make you famous. it probably wont even be of any benefit to anyone who shows up. the premise is really loose. maybe too loose. it's about words and your approach to them. so come out and share your loosest and stupidest. because it doesn't matter.

Diminished Men, Shephards, Glen Iris September 22, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  7

Diminished Men

......."A superbly crafted mosaic of speakeasy hallucinations and haunted geography. Besides the Italian horror overtones, the freakshow backdrops, Korshid-Egyptian guitar passages, and flipped out electronic space-psych, are perhaps the best surf-inspired tracks I’ve heard in years. Elements of Joe Meek’s best Moontrekkers productions cross with a dash of Badalamenti murder blues-drama, setting the stage for Steve Schmitt’s cobra-twilight guitar work and the outlaw drums of Dave Abramson (who has collaborated with Secret Chiefs 3, Grails, Eyvind Kang, Six Organs of Admittance, Kayo Dot, Master Musicians of Bukkake, Climax Golden Twins, The Curious Mystery)."

- Alan Bishop (Sun City Girls, Abduction Records, Sublime Frequencies)

Shephards

Jonathan's Birthday Show!

Glen Iris

"Glen Iris brings back big rock through punk-infused classic rock licks by two of Atlanta's hottest guitarists, Justin Hughes and Chris Strawn. Drummer and former Icecaps front man Jonathan Lueke rounds out what is already a formidable line-up." - Justin Sias PINE Magazine


Brian Lewis Saunders /Hostage Pageant/Graham Moore September 23, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  $7


Bryan Lewis Saunders (b.1969, in Washington D.C.) is an underground poet, storyteller, videographer and performance artist. His vocal interventions accompanied by experimental music and videos are what he calls 'Stand-Up Tragedy ': whereas the comics try to make you laugh, Saunders tries to make you cry. Explorer of the human tragedy, he subjects American evils to the scalpel by revealing hidden aspects, seeking to make it socially acceptable to show pain in public. It is difficult to remain insensitive in front of the extremely intense performance of Saunders. In 2006 he started his own label Stand-Up Tragedy Records, and since 2007 has been performing in Contemporary Art Museums, Media Arts Schools, and at Music & Poetry Festivals mainly in Western Europe. Co-collaborators include Z'EV, John Duncan, Kommissar Hjuler und Frau. - erratum



"Capable of generating extreme physical reactions in the listener, this record (Near Death Experience) represents the sort of material that a wimp like me normally steers clear of, but I do respect the all-or-nothing qualities of Saunders’ performances; everything to him is truly a matter of life or death, with no hyperbole!" - Ed Pinsent

"The bastard son of William S. Burroughs, Antonin Artaud, and Crispin Glover." - Lydia Lunch

"Extremely Harrowing ! ! !" - Alan Sondheim



BRYAN LEWIS SAUNDERS
http://www.bryanlewissaunders.org/
http://www.myspace.com/bryanlewissaunders



HOSTAGE PAGEANT
http://www.myspace.com/retinalmirrors

Formed in the cold months of early 2010, Hostage Pageant is a one-person noise/power electronics project based in Southwest Virginia. An audio manifestation of the negative aspects of human nature and emotions, such as self-loathing and clinical depression, with the focus being not on conceptual themes, but rather on the physical/mental reactions brought about by means of sonic manipulation. Preferring to shine a bright beam of light on the dark corners of society and the subconscious in order to illuminate what normally hides in the denied recesses of the collective psyche, unseen.


Graham Moore (Blossoming Noise Records) challenges the sonic spectrum with analog sequences, pristine oscillations, and bouts of delicious racket.

Hopi Torvald opens with found sound manipulations and droney synth goodness.

Alcoholics Anonymous September 24, 2010
7:30AM - 8:30AM
AA at Eyedrum is the only place in town where you can take in an art show and get right at the same time!

For more information email: eyedrumAA@gmail.com

"Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety." Copyright 2010, The A.A. Grapevine, Inc.

Forward to the Apocalpyse Fest September 24, 2010
12:00PM - - -


Friday September 24th
American Cheeseburger (Athens)
Thou (New Orleans)
Sons Of Tonatiuh (Atlanta)
Man Will Destroy Himself (Asheville)
Kowloon Walled City (San Francisco)
Batillus (New York)
Black September

Saturday September 25th
Phobia (Oakland)
Maruta (Miami)
Wormrot
The Cooters (Biloxi)
Spewtilator
Living Decay

Sunday September 26th
Pistofficer
Choose Your Poison (Milwaukee)
Neon Hole (Milwaukee)
Rat Babies (Athens)
Unplanned Pregnancies

Also featuring:
Mr. Blank's Carnivale Of Blackhearts

For more event info and music samples:

MySpace page

Facebook page

Regular Gallery Hours September 24, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free
Living Walls in all galleries. Back gallery CLOSED.

Forward to the Apocalpyse Fest September 25, 2010
12:00PM - - -


Friday September 24th
American Cheeseburger (Athens)
Thou (New Orleans)
Sons Of Tonatiuh (Atlanta)
Man Will Destroy Himself (Asheville)
Kowloon Walled City (San Francisco)
Batillus (New York)
Black September

Saturday September 25th
Phobia (Oakland)
Maruta (Miami)
Wormrot
The Cooters (Biloxi)
Spewtilator
Living Decay

Sunday September 26th
Pistofficer
Choose Your Poison (Milwaukee)
Neon Hole (Milwaukee)
Rat Babies (Athens)
Unplanned Pregnancies

Also featuring:
Mr. Blank's Carnivale Of Blackhearts

For more event info and music samples:

MySpace page

Facebook page

Regular Gallery Hours September 25, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Living Walls in all galleries. Back gallery CLOSED.

Forward to the Apocalpyse Fest September 26, 2010
12:00PM - - -


Friday September 24th
American Cheeseburger (Athens)
Thou (New Orleans)
Sons Of Tonatiuh (Atlanta)
Man Will Destroy Himself (Asheville)
Kowloon Walled City (San Francisco)
Batillus (New York)
Black September

Saturday September 25th
Phobia (Oakland)
Maruta (Miami)
Wormrot
The Cooters (Biloxi)
Spewtilator
Living Decay

Sunday September 26th
Pistofficer
Choose Your Poison (Milwaukee)
Neon Hole (Milwaukee)
Rat Babies (Athens)
Unplanned Pregnancies

Also featuring:
Mr. Blank's Carnivale Of Blackhearts

For more event info and music samples:

MySpace page

Facebook page

Regular Gallery Hours September 26, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
Living Walls in all galleries -- last chance to see! Back gallery CLOSED.

Closing Party - Living Walls September 27, 2010
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  FREE
Artist talks--both in-person and via Skype--last viewing of works, and the opportunity to purchase works from the Living Walls artists in the show that was the Creative Loafing Critics' pick for "Best Public Art Event".

Kirkwood Ballers Club September 27, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  Free
Established in 2004, Kirkwood Ballers Club has long been a weekly staple for Atlanta’s more adventurous musicians. Over the course of approximately 5 years KBC has been housed at 6 locations: a private residence in Kirkwood, the old Lenny’s Bar, 11:11 Teahouse, the Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge, the new Lenny’s Bar, and now at Eyedrum.

Kirkwood Ballers Club’s mission is to moderate monthly free-form musical exchanges, ideas and performances between an evolving cast of experimentally-minded Atlanta area artists in an effort to encourage creative live performances and to foster a greater artistic community.

Just come with your instrument/project/performance and sign up at the door for a 15 minute slot. the lineup is first come/first serve. Also, there will be tables available for local artisans to display their crafts for sell, trade or exhibition...

This event is free to everyone. Doors open at 8pm for artists to sign up to perform. The program will get started promptly at 10pm and end at 1am.

Visit www.kirkwoodballersclub.org for further details, guidelines, etc...

Fun!

reserved September 28, 2010
6:00PM - 11:00PM

reserved September 28, 2010

Art of Such & Such install.

reserved September 29, 2010
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Private rehearsal.

reserved September 29, 2010

Art of Such & Such install.

Hellbastard, The Skuds, Nuklear Blast Suntan September 30, 2010
8:00PM - 2:00AM
Price:  $6
Are you ready for your audio dental appointment?

Metal

Metal Insanity including Hellbastard, The Skuds, Nuklear Blast Suntan, Unplanned Pregnancies, and In Ruins!


reserved September 30, 2010

Art of Such & Such install.

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