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NO REGULAR GALLERY HOURS May 1, 2010
12:00PM - - -
But come to the opening reception 6pm-8pm!

The MockingBird Festival:a benefit May 1, 2010
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  $10-$15; $75 week long pass
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4:00 pm CMC Classical Recital, featuring intermediate and advanced pianists

ABOUT THE MOCKINGBIRD FESTIVAL:
April 25 - May 1, 2010
A week of concerts, recitals, jams, and installations at Eyedrum with CMC faculty, students, and friends, presented by Bang! Arts Management and the CMC Atlanta

All events at Eyedrum :: 290 MLK Drive Southeast, Atlanta, GA 30312

Advanced Purchase Ticket sales guarantee entrance. Box office opens one hour before all shows. All Advanced Purchase Tickets held at Will Call. All sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges.

All tickets : general admission $10-$15. Best deal. Buy a Gold Pass to attend all events for $75.

Unless a show is sold out, tickets may also be purchased at the door.

Ticket sales to benefit the CMC Atlanta Scholarship Fund

Click here for more information and advance tickets

VISPO Opening Reception May 1, 2010
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  FREE
VISPO


Selected visual poetry in various mediums from artists and writers around the world. In the small gallery.

Open Call for Visual Poetry: accepting art experiments in the space between viewing and
reading.

VISPO at Eyedrum is a Visual Poetry show to be held at Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery on May 1st - May 15th 2010.

The mission of the show is to examine the boundaries of the creative and communicative process by seeking work that combines the literary and visual arts. All forms and approaches to Visual Poetry will be considered. Non-English based work is strongly encouraged.


Deadline for submission of work:
April 23, 2010
2d/3d work (received ready to display)
All sizes of ready to display work are accepted.
Digital file submissions accepted (maximum size 8.5x11-exceptions considered)

No Entry fee. The show is juried and produced by members of the eyedrum literary committee. Please provide email and any info about yourself and the work provided you find necessary. Provide title, medium, and any display/handling instructions necessary. Please provide return addressed envelope and any mailing instructions to have work
returned.

Mail all entries to: Jeff Dahlgren 132 Adair Street, Decatur, Ga. 30030

Information: eggtoothjeff at yahoo.com






The MockingBird Festival:a benefit May 1, 2010
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $10-$15; $75 week long pass
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9:00 pm Atlanta Punk, featuring Savant, Lotus Slide, and others.

ABOUT THE MOCKINGBIRD FESTIVAL:
April 25 - May 1, 2010
A week of concerts, recitals, jams, and installations at Eyedrum with CMC faculty, students, and friends, presented by Bang! Arts Management and the CMC Atlanta

All events at Eyedrum :: 290 MLK Drive Southeast, Atlanta, GA 30312

Advanced Purchase Ticket sales guarantee entrance. Box office opens one hour before all shows. All Advanced Purchase Tickets held at Will Call. All sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges.

All tickets : general admission $10-$15. Best deal. Buy a Gold Pass to attend all events for $75.

Unless a show is sold out, tickets may also be purchased at the door.

Ticket sales to benefit the CMC Atlanta Scholarship Fund
Online tickets available for this event here.

Monthly Cycle: The All-Chick Jam Session May 2, 2010
11:30AM - 2:00PM
Price:  $5 suggested donation

Eyedrum is pleased to host its first ever All-Female Jam Session, aptly titled "Monthly Cycle." We'll meet up at 11:30 am, chat, have a mimosa, and then rock out for 2 hours! Bring your gear and song ideas!

Any and all females welcome, at any skill level, any age. Don't be shy! And please help spread the word so that we can turn this into a regular gig / musicians' exchange. Invite your girlfriends!

It's going to be a blast! See you there!

Regular Gallery Hours May 2, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  Free
VISPO in the small gallery.

Mondo May Day May 2, 2010
4:00PM - - -
Price:  TBD
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reserved May 3, 2010

Wooden Spoon Install

Wooden Spoon: A Collaborative Event May 4, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  TBD
Three locally produced short films--"Thinking of You" by Captain Crazy Productions, "Beast of Burden" by Sam Carter, and "Puppets of War" by Tbolt Pictures--anchor an evening that also includes fire performers, music from the Israeli band Axum, and a fashion show of items from a film costume designer.

Click here for detailed schedule and more info from crazywoodenspoon.blogspot.com

reserved May 5, 2010

Wooden Spoon Deinstall

First Thursday Improv-Cardew May 6, 2010
9:00PM - 12:00PM


This month's opening feature will be devoted to the improvisation graphic scores of Cornelis Cardew, known for the Scratch Orchestra and the group AMM.
( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelius_Cardew )

"This kind of thing happens in improvisation. Two things running concurrently in haphazard
fashion suddenly synchronise autonomously and sling you forcibly into a new phase. Rather
like in the 6-day cycle race when you sling your partner into the next lap with a forcible
handclasp. Yes, improvisation is a sport too, and a spectator sport, where the subtlest
interplay on the physical level can throw into high relief some of the mystery of being
alive.

Connected with this is the proposition that improvisation cannot be rehearsed. Training is
substituted for rehearsal, and a certain moral discipline is an essential part of this training.
Written compositions are fired off into the future; even if never performed, the writing
remains as a point of reference. Improvisation is in the present, its effect may live on in
the souls of the participants, both active and passive (ie audience), but in its concrete form
it is gone forever from the moment that it occurs, nor did it have any previous existence
before the moment that it occurred, so neither is there any historical reference available.
Documents such as tape recordings of improvisation are essentially empty, as they
preserve chiefly the form that something took and give at best an indistinct hint as to the
feeling and cannot convey any sense of time and place.

At this point I had better define the kind of improvisation I wish to speak of. Obviously a
recording of a jazz improvisation has some validity since its formal reference -the melody
and harmony of a basic structure- is never far below the surface. This kind of validity
vanishes when the improvisation has no formal limits. In 1965 I joined a group of four
musicians in London who were giving weekly performances of what they called 'AMM
Music', a very pure form of improvisation operating without any formal system or
limitation. The four original members of AMM came from a jazz background; when I joined
in I had no jazz experience whatever, yet there was no language problem. Sessions
generally lasted about two hours with no formal breaks or interruptions, although there
would sometimes occur extended periods of close to silence. AMM music is supposed to
admit all sounds but the members of AMM have marked preferences. An open-ness to the
totality of sounds implies a tendency away from traditional musical structures towards
informality. Governing this tendency -reining it in- are various thoroughly traditional
musical structures such as saxophone, piano, violin, guitar, etc., in each of which reposes a
portion of the history of music. Further echoes of the history of music enter through the
medium of the transistor radio (the use of which as a musical instrument was pioneered by
John Cage). However, it is not the exclusive privilege of music to have a history -sound
has history too. Industry and modern technology have added machine sounds and
electronic sounds to the primeval sounds of thunderstorm, volcanic eruption, avalanche
and tidal wave.

Informal 'sound' has a power over our emotional responses that formal 'music' does not, in
that it acts subliminally rather than on a cultural level. This is a possible definition of the
area in which AMM is experimental. We are searching for sounds and for the responses
that attach to them, rather than thinking them up, preparing them and producing them.
The search is conducted in the medium of sound and the musician himself is at the heart of
the experiment."
C. Cardew Towards an Ethics of Improvisation









Eyedrum's long-running Open Improv night occurs on the first Thursday of every month -- our monthly gathering for instrumentalists and improvisers of all stripes. Bring your instrument! Hosted by the indefatigable Robert Cheatham.

WPBA 30, Atlanta's PBS station, did a bit about Eyedrum's Improv Night a couple years ago for their "This Is Atlanta" show. Click for their description and the video itself (Windows Media, 2m40s).

reserved May 6, 2010

ExLucis Install

Regular Gallery Hours May 7, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis photography show in the main gallery, Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.

Clark Vreeland Ashes to Ashes Opening Reception May 7, 2010
6:00PM - 9:00PM
Price:  FREE
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Clark Vreeland's work is intentionally flat, leaving paint as the only distinguishable feature on its surface. Any perceived depth is accidental and in the mind. The paint serves no illusion and no reference, except to itself. The one exception is the symbolic language that has developed throughout the work. Vreeland roots these symbols in the observation of different types of energy.

Vreeland's work involves a neurotic process that has continued throughout his life. Starting with drawings, then paintings, he repetitively assigns meaning to symbols that evolve by studying their movement and repetitive appearance. The forms and significance that the symbols take on is a naturally occurring process of distilling order from "intention." The drawings on paper, in particular, create a personal cuneiform that is sorting and ordering chaos.

The process is even further defined by the singular elements depicted. Vreeland arrived at a gestural picture language, which are the large symbols. Each one is accompanied by a short paragraph describing its concept or meaning. The drawings are the drafts for the large symbol paintings. And as the symbol is realized in the work, the symbol and it's meaning are edited with much more intent.

In another series of two-inch-thick polystyrene paintings, Vreeland ventures into the world of urban cultural icons. These pieces are informed by the external, and they reference a slightly urban aesthetic as Vreeland submits to cultural osmosis and an awareness of the "public." But even with environmental influences, the process of ordering energy is still derivative of his previous methods.

Multimedia artist Clark Vreeland has been active in the Atlanta arts scene since the mid-1970s. He is now working and exhibiting in Atlanta and New Orleans. His oil, acrylic, and electronic works reflect observations about how we order our visual world. He is also one of the founding members of Atlanta-based nonprofits Public Domain, Inc., and RailRoad Earth, Inc.

ExLucis Juried Photography Show Opening Reception May 7, 2010
6:00PM - 9:00PM
Price:  FREE
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The ExLucis Juried Photography Show features graduate and advanced undergraduate work from the students at Georgia State University juried by Stuart Horodner, Artistic Director at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.

ExLucis is the chartered student photography group in the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design at Georgia State University. It acts as an advocate for the photography program within the greater Art Student Union of the School and organizes activities to further involve students in professionalism of the arts. ExLucis activities include exhibitions of student work within the city of Atlanta, guest artist workshops and lectures on campus, community and program fundraising events, and field trips to museums and conferences outside the city. Some recent ExLucis projects include the Bi-annual Exhibition and Silent Benefit Auction for Project Impact, attending regional and national conferences, visiting artist talks and workshops, and much more.

through Sunday May 23rd

Strotter Inst. + guests! May 7, 2010
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $7
Strotter
watch/listen to some Strotter Inst. here:


http://www.hinterzimmer-records.com/extras.html
listen some more here:
strotter on myspace

brainworlds, matt cherry (maserati), magicicada, dayvid lee mcClung ( magic apron ) & hopi torvald open the show with a group collaboration.

maserati - http://www.myspace.com/maseratirocks

magic apron - http://www.myspace.com/thesoulraydio

magicicada - http://magicicada.com

hopi torvald - listen to one track here http://soundcloud.com/squidskid

brainworlds -http://www.myspace.com/brainworlds


What Other People Say About Strotter Inst.

"The sound may be simple and subtle, but it's also intense and overwhelming, like Jeck spinning Skullflower, or Marclay armed with only some Mingus bass solo dubplates, or a Tiermes / Bastien soundclash. So dark and mysterious and totally pure and primal sounding. This is SOUND as much as it is music. This is the turntable as musical instrument. This is rhythm and rhythms, this is machine music, but a machine freed from its shackles, a new instrument, born, loosed, unleashed. Amazing." -Aquarius Records (from a review on Monstranz, aQ record of the week, May 12, 2006)

"Using five old utilitarian Lenco turntables from Europe, he transmogrifies the doldrums of the factory into a beautiful butterly mirror image, reshaping their bourgie stodginess into exotic sqeaks and creaks. Similar to the sound poetry power in the raw and infatile repitition of words, the 7" is so full of vitality, it fairly jumps off the spindle itself." -Signal To Noise (from review of "Anna/annA" 7 inch)

What You Might Like to Know:

Strotter Inst. is the musician and artist Christoph Hess (born 1968, Solothurn)

Strotter Inst. creates dense, rhythmic structures through the use of five modified Lenco-turntables and various manipulated (cut and/or taped) records. The music ranges from a low-fi rumble changing into concrete clicks and scrapes, followed by epic drones and multi-layered broken beats to fall back into tricky bass-meditations. Hardly using sounds from LP's the main source of sound are the prepared pick-ups (i.e. sewing needles or strings instead of the diamond or the extended use of rubber bands). The treatment involves the unclean nature of the sounds as part of the music.

The anacronistic machineries have dual roles as objects and as instruments. The first live impact is as installations, then the sounds start to grab the listeners' attention. The auditive level surpasses the visual one. Therefore, the optical comprehension of how the sound is generated plays an important role. In spite or probably because of the analogue creation the structures produce a contemporary and accurate atmosphere in space and time. The set is adapted for each rooms conditions and depends upon the uncertain behavior of the machines. So each live appearance becomes an acoustic original.

Strotter Inst. prefers to play in the middle of the audience. The installation is set up especially for each room. Strotter Inst. has released records through Everest Records (Switzerland), Public Guilt (US), Hinterzimmerr-Records (Switzerland), and 1000+1 Tilt Records (Greece). He has played shows in China, Russia, Bolivia, Poland, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria, France, and Switzerland. This tour will mark his first ever shows in the US.





Regular Gallery Hours May 8, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis photography show in the main gallery, Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery, and a Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.

Community Watch presented by Community-Based Media May 8, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 donation
"These short films start a necessary conversation" --Creative Loafing

The Community-Based Media Initiative at GSU presents

Community Watch

a showcase of six short documentaries produced in collaboration with vibrant Atlanta community voices

This benefit screening includes a raffle of enticing door prizes with proceeds benefiting
STAND UP FOR KIDS, a nationally recognized group that advocates for homeless and street kids.


Georgia State University’s Community-Based Media Initiative produces short documentaries with and about Atlanta communities. Moving off the beaten path, these shorts range from hard-hitting to moving, and open up dialogue and awareness of the diversity of the city. Among the subjects explored in these videos:



- One Performer. $250,000 raised for HIV charity. See how the "lips, hips, and saggy tits" of Mary Edith Pitts are transforming the gay Atlanta Community.



- 13 kids die on the street everyday and Atlanta is not immune from this tragedy. Stand Up for Kids hits the street to make a difference!



- Witness activists combat the epidemic of child sex trafficking in Atlanta, and their heroic impact on this modern day slavery.



- Two men, playing the same sport, in the same city, at the same time, but their paths will never cross. Is Soccer truly a Universal Language?



- Ashneel lives his life with the ideas of parkour to guide him - the most efficient way to get from point A to point B, in movement and life - Parkour!



- The sassy girls of Sequoya participate in an after school program that enables them to express themselves through theatrical performance.

Regular Gallery Hours May 9, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis Juried Photography show in the main gallery, Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery, and a Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.

reserved May 11, 2010
7:30PM - 9:00PM
Art Committee

Tiger Hatchery, Lechuguillas May 11, 2010
11:45PM - 3:00AM
Price:  $5
SPECIAL LATE SHOW: STARTS AT MIDNIGHT



Tiger Hatchery

Watch them play live at Death by Audio:









Lechuguillas

Watch them play like at The Mopery:






Tour Poster

More Videos on Acid Marshmallow





TADAC Task Force Meeting May 12, 2010
5:00PM - 7:00PM
Price:  Free
Meeting Design, Historic Preservation, Arts & Culture and Parks, Trails & Greenspace (say that fast seven times) Standing Task for of the Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee of the BeltLine.

Come one, come all.

Pony Bones, Nymph, Dan Hole Pond May 12, 2010
9:00PM - - -
Price:  7

Regular Gallery Hours May 14, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis juried photography show in the main gallery, Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery and a Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.

Zachary Schomburg & Ann Stephenson May 14, 2010
8:00PM - - -
A Live Reading with
Zachary Schomburg & Ann Stephenson


hosted by Blake Butler

followed by a
screening of the film:
'60 Writers, 60 Places' by Luca Dipierro and Michael Kimball
www.littleburnfilms.com

Zach's most recent book is here:
www.blackocean.org/scary-no-scary/


Hot as the Dickens! Book Sale May 15, 2010
8:00AM - 6:00PM
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Used book sale to benefit the Eyedrum literature committee. Bring your books to donate and shop a variety of discounted books and more.

Book drop off date: Friday, May 14, 3-8pm.

Regular Gallery Hours May 15, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis juried photography show in the main gallery, Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery, and a Visual Poetry show in the small gallery.

Hot as the Dickens! Book Sale May 16, 2010
8:00AM - 6:00PM
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Used book sale to benefit the Eyedrum literature committee. Bring your books to donate and shop a variety of discounted books and more.

Book drop off date: Friday, May 14, 3-8pm.

Regular Gallery Hours May 16, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis juried photography Show in the main gallery and Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery.

VISPO Closing May 16, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE

Last chance to see selected visual poetry in various mediums from artists and writers around the world, commemorated with a book burning.

reserved May 16, 2010
6:00PM - 9:00PM
VISPO Deinstall.

Kirkwood Ballers Club May 17, 2010
10:00PM - - -
Price:  FREE!
Kirkwood Ballers Club

NOTE: STARTING AT 10 THIS TIME!

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 May 17, 2010

Art Install

Platinum Championship Wrestling! May 18, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $8
Bang! Arts Management and Promotions presents
PLATINUM CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

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Professional Wrestling is a part of Georgia's artistic, sports, and cultural history, but the current form of so-called "sports entertainment" from the two national companies show little respect or acknowledgement of pro wrestling's storied past. Platinum Championship Wrestling strives to change the entire face and structure of pro wrestling by presenting shows that not only feature the excitement and physical skill of modern wrestling, but create the kind of audience interaction and involvement that made wrestling great in days past. Platinum Championship Wrestling is saving pro wrestling, once match at a time.


reserved May 18, 2010

Art install.

Language Harm May 19, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 (free for members)
THEME: IMPERSONATIONS
Come: See poets pretend they are people.
by: 8pm

reserved May 19, 2010

Art Install

Regular Gallery Hours May 21, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis Juried Photography show in the main gallery.

AKA Blondie May 21, 2010
9:00PM - - -


AKA Blondie

a benefit going towards the making of a documentary about atlanta's favorite stripper...yes, THAT blondie...

with performances by:
Predator
The Luchagors
Dead Rabbit

Regular Gallery Hours May 22, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis Juried Photography show in the main gallery.

Terry Hardy Opening Reception May 22, 2010
6:00PM - 9:00PM
Price:  FREE


SAVED

Opening Reception May 22nd 6pm-9pm

Having been condemned to hell by his parents 3 years ago for his "lifestyle" choice, "SAVED" explores the notions of religion, denial and hypocrisy in regards to the symbolic closet as safe spiritual sanctuary or repressive religious refuge. Exploration of the history of his life and sexuality has come front and center in his work over the past 5 years, at times, uncomfortably autobiographical as he continue to breakdown the religion and repression he has struggled with his entire life. "SAVED" helps to shed light on such hypocrisies as the church continues to deny and cover up any wrong doings.

Terry S. Hardy is a painter, assemblage and installation artist. Born in Vernon, Alabama he has participated in more than 60 exhibitions. Terry's interest in public/installation art continues to grow as his work becomes more autobiographical and delves deeper into his life long struggles with religion, relationships and sexuality.

On display in Eyedrum's small gallery through Sat June 26th.

Freedom Fest After Pary May 22, 2010
10:00PM - 4:00AM
Bands. Art. Djs.

Regular Gallery Hours May 23, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
ExLucis Juried Photography show in the main gallery and Clark Vreeland's Ashes to Ashes in the back gallery.

reserved May 23, 2010
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Ex Lucis deinstall.

reserved May 24, 2010

MONDOHOMO install.

reserved May 25, 2010

MONDOHOMO install.

reserved May 26, 2010

MONDOHOMO install.

MONDO HOMO: Art Opening & Spoken Word May 27, 2010
6:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  $5, or $30 festival pass
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Jonathan Bouknight
"Death by Burning + Wig"

Art Opening and Spoken Word

Gearing up for the festival's fourth year and coinciding with Mondohomo 2010 is the Mondo Art Show, opening the first night of the festival Thursday May 27th and continuing through Saturday June 26th. This year's participants were asked to respond to their city, be it where they were born, grew up, live now or aspire to be. The 2010 Mondohomo Art Show is curated by Donnie Reider.

www.mondohomo.com

Regular Gallery Hours May 28, 2010
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  FREE

MONDO HOMO: Cabaret feat. Vagina Jenkins May 28, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $10, or $30 for festival pass


Mondo Cabaret - 8pm - $10

featuring Vagina Jenkins:



and a star studded cast performing burlesque, drag, theater, puppetry and more!

NO GALLERY HOURS May 29, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE
Closed for Mondo Homo.

MONDO HOMO: All-Day Jamboree May 29, 2010
2:00PM - - -
Price:  $15 or $30 for festival pass
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MondoHomo All-Day Jamboree - 2pm - $15
a full day of nonstop music with hiphop mc's, rock bands, chanteuses, and more!

It all starts with Le Sexoflex. Put your mouth where your butt is...

Le Sexoflex - Poop On Face from Le Sexoflex on Vimeo.


MONDO HOMO: Queer-lanta Assembly May 30, 2010
12:00PM - 4:00PM
Price:  FREE
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MondoHomo Queer-lanta Assembly - noon-4pm - FREE

a gathering of LGBTIQ Atlantans to discuss priorities for our communities

Regular Gallery Hours May 30, 2010
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  FREE

MONDO HOMO: Mondo Cinema May 30, 2010
8:00PM - - -
Price:  $5, or $30 festival pass
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the best in short queer films from near and far

MONDO HOMO: Mondo Day-Camp & Picnic May 31, 2010

Price:  FREE
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family-friendly gay games, sports, circus arts, yoga, tumbling and tasty picnic!

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