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|Thursday Night D.I.Y., supporting indy music and documentary film|
|Date||Thursday November 18|
|Time||7:00 PM - 12:00 AM|
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|CELLspace, 2050 Bryant Street (@ 18th. St.), SF|
Expo for the Artist & Musician Presents: Thursday Night D.I.Y.
Thursday, November 18, 2004, 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
CELLspace, 2050 Bryant Street (@18th St.), San Francisco
$5 suggested donation -- No one turned away
**Now more than ever we need independent culture and media.**
Take that lingering post-election hangover to CELLspace in San Francisco for the first in a new series of do-it-yourself community events. The debut event features DOCUMENTARY FILM and INDY MUSIC panels, plus a featured speaker and film screening.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
7:15-8:15 pm -- "Get Your Music to the Masses"
-Toby Suckow (KUSF, Bimbo's 365 Club)
-Jesse Townley (924 Gilman St., Alternative Tentacles)
-Jeff Ray (Mission Creek Music Festival)
-Jessie Young (The Independent)
-Irwin Schmirnoff & Jay Jaworski (KUSF-FM)
-Kimberly Chun (Music Editor, San Francisco Bay Guardian)
-Sarah Lockhart (21 Grand)
-Crisco Jones (KZSU-FM)
7:15-8:15 pm -- "Documentary Filmmaking 101"
-Julia Query ("Live Nude Girls Unite")
-Sarah Fisher ("Dharma Punx")
-Ryan Junell (Republican National Convention documentarian)
-Virgil Porter ("Burn My Eye" independent music series)
-Kevin Epps ("Straight Outta Hunters Point")
-James Hou ("Masters of the Pillow")
-Karen Larsen (Larsen Associates)
-Aron Ronen (DIY workshops leader, "Did We Go?")
8:30-9:30 pm -- Working Artists in Conversation
Hosted by V. Vale (RE/Search). Featuring Sam Green ("The Weather Underground")
9:45-close: Documentary and short film screening, featuring
panelists and audience-contributed work.
The producers of the annual Expo for the Artist & Musician
present Thursday Night D.I.Y. -- a workshop event supporting
independent artists, musicians, producers and our communities.
Unsatisfied by TV news? Quiz panelists on the ins and outs
of documentary filmmaking -- the how and why of telling true stories about the world we live in.
Trying to get your music to the masses? Learn the dos and don'ts for connecting with clubs, alternative venues, indy labels and community festivals.
Take that lingering post-election hangover to CELLspace in San Francisco for the first in a new series of do-it-yourself community events. The debut evening features:
- Panel Q&A: Get Your Music to the Masses
- Panel Q&A: Documentary Filmmaking 101
- A conversation with Sam Green ("The Weather Underground"), conducted by Re/Search Publications' cultural investigator V. Vale.
- Film and video screening: Music, culture and issues
SHORT DOCUMENTARY FILM SCREENING: We'll close the evening by screening shorts and excerpts by our panelists, and also welcome audience contributions. Screenings include:
- V. Vale's "Modern Pagans" video
- Amir Terkel's study of Palestinians and Israelis rebuilding projects
- Unreleased footage from Virgil Porter's breakthrough "Burn My Eye" underground music video series
- Much more to be announced!