Thurs, August 11th- 10am-4pm Set show
Fri, August 12th- finish setting show. 7pm show opens.
Sat, August 13th- Gallery hours 6-10pm ?NEIL???
Sun, August 14th- Gallery hours 2-6pm ROSEMARY
Fri, Aug 19- 6-10pm
Sat, Aug 20- 6-10pm
Sun, Aug 21- 2-6pm ROSEMARY
Fri, Aug 26- 6-10pm
Sat, Aug 27, 6-10pm
Sun, Aug 28, 2-6pm
Fri, Sept 2- 6-10pm
Sat, Sept 3- 6-10pm
Sun, Sept 4- BREAK DOWN SHOW
7:30pm Performance by Mary May
8pm Assemble for Panoramic Photo
8:15 Take Panoramic Photo
8:45 Waiting for UFO's
9:45 Performance by Lori Guarisco
10pm- Live ambient music to recording of Mick O Dowd's story of Ray's Death- Band name?
10:45- Slim Chance and the Convicts
September 6, 2016
Small Stage Performance Series
September 9, 2016
September 10, 2016
August 13- Sept 10th
September 11, 2016
September 15, 2016 4:00PM - 12:00AM
Atlanta Festivals presentation
September 17, 2016 2:00PM - 12:00AM
Atlanta Festivals presents
Ally White Opening
September 17, 2016
September 20, 2016
Clang Quartet / Jack Wright Trio
September 24, 2016 9:00PM - - -
This percussionist from North Carolina literally beats a Passion Play of virtuosic Christian noise on an assortment of homemade instruments and implements.
"Clang Quartet is the musical project of Scotty Irving (drummer for Geezer Lake, Eugene Chadbourne, Benjomatic, and others). Live, Clang Quartet is predominantly an improvisational percussion/performance-art show, based metaphorically on his life as a follower of Jesus Christ. The recorded output features standard instruments like guitars, keyboards, and drums as well as Irving's own electrified crutch mixed with sound collages of family tape recordings from his childhood & field recordings. Truly experimental music in the spirit of Swans, Whitehouse, Merzbow, and AC/DC."
JACK WRIGHT TRIO
Described twenty years ago as an "undergrounder by design," Jack Wright is a veteran saxophone improviser based mainly in Philadelphia. He has played mostly on tour through the US and Europe since the early 80s in search of interesting partners and playing situations. Now at 72 he is still the "Johnny Appleseed of Free Improvisation," as guitarist Davey Williams called him in the 80s, on the road as much as ever. And he continues to inspire players outside music-school careerdom, playing sessions with visiting and resident players old and new. His partners over the years are mostly unknown to the music press, and too numerous to mention. He's said to have the widest vocabulary of any, including leaping pitches, punchy, precise timing, sharp and intrusive multiphonics, surprising gaps of silence, and obscene animalistic sounds. A reviewer for the Washington Post said, "In the rarefied, underground world of experimental free improvisation, saxophonist Jack Wright is king". For more info go to http://www.springgardenmusic.com/ for sounds http://soundcloud.com/jackwright and writings http://jackiswright.wordpress.com/
FiatNil is Graham Moore (Blossoming Noise, Cursory, Ex-Black Natural) and Chris White (Magicicada). Sheets of industrial magick conjured by two of Atlanta's most prolific avant geniuses.