Thursday, June 20, 2019

Sat: Really Really Free Market & A Show! // Sun: Film // & FYI- Fri: Mission Bell Removal Ceremony at UCSC

-Saturday, June 22nd, noon-3pm:  Really Really Free Market! No money. No trades. Everything is free. 

We all have something to share with each other... and to receive with gratitude is also a gift.  This gathering is not about the "stuff" we give and take, but more about how we can care for each other.


This market is based on a gift-economy... capitalism NO! But come to the really really free market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Bring food to share.  Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box).  Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...).  Come and take what you can use and say thanks!  We will have folks to check in with as you arrive.  First come first served, space may be limited. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market. https://www.facebook.com/events/2755733527833519/

     And later that evening, 7pm... No Win & Late Bloomer w/ Just Dandy + Loser Soup

*No Win (Los Angeles, CA) -Dangerbird Records perfect power-pop https://nowinla.bandcamp.com/album/downey **Late Bloomer (Charlotte, NC) -6131 Records indie/punk https://latebloomer.bandcamp.com/album/waiting 
***Just Dandy (Santa Cruz) -indie/rock https://justdandy.bandcamp.com/album/losing-time 
****Loser Soup (Santa Cruz) -indie/rock https://losersoup.bandcamp.com 


$5-7 donations. // ALL AGES // 7-10pm. // RESPECT THE SPACE. // https://www.facebook.com/events/475551069684591/

-Sunday, June 23rd, 7:30pm:  Free Film Screening: ¡Las Sandinistas!

SubRosa is hosting a 2019 screening of ¡Las Sandinistas!, in association with the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), Santa Cruz.


¡Las Sandinistas! uncovers the untold stories of women who shattered barriers to lead combat and social reform during Nicaragua's 1979 Sandinista Revolution, and the ensuing US-backed Contra War, as these same women continue as leaders in the struggle against their current government's suppression of democracy and women's rights.

The film is centered around the personal stories of Dora Maria Téllez, the young medical student who became a major Sandinista General, and four of her revolutionary allies - Nicaraguan women who overcame traditional gender barriers and subverted stereotypes to lead rebel troops in battle and reshape their country with landmark social reform. ¡Las Sandinistas! exposes a watershed moment in history when thousands of women transformed society's definition of womanhood and leadership before facing renewed marginalization by their male peers after the wars ended. Now, 35 years later, amidst staggering levels of gender violence in Nicaragua, these same women brave the streets once again to lead  popular movements for equality and democracy. https://www.facebook.com/events/340373789989716/

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 

(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)
Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2:30pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm //
& open for events & meetings

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And happening Friday, June 21st, 9:30am at UCSC:  Mission Bell Removal Ceremony at UC Santa Cruz --- On Friday June 21 at 9:30am (the summer solstice), representatives of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and UC Santa Cruz will assemble on campus with interested community members to witness the removal of the El Camino Real bell marker.  https://www.facebook.com/events/420529198786048/

The bell marker, which memorializes the California Missions and an imagined route of travel that once connected them, is viewed by the Amah Mutsun and many other California indigenous people as a racist symbol that glorifies the domination and dehumanization of their ancestors. It is being removed at the request of the Amah Mutsun, with support from UCSC faculty members, students, and administrators.

The El Camino Real bell at UCSC campus is one of hundreds of the cast-iron markers on public display throughout California. "These bells are deeply painful symbols that celebrate the destruction, domination and erasure of our people," explains Valentin Lopez, Chair of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band. "They are constant reminders that our people, and our history, continue to be disregarded to this day."

"The true history of the California mission system has never been told," states Lopez. "It is shameful that these places where our ancestors were enslaved, whipped, raped, tortured and exposed to fatal diseases have been whitewashed and converted into tourist attractions."

Lopez and other Amah Mutsun tribal members draw a parallel between the movement to topple Confederate statues and their own reckoning with mission bell markers. In both cases, what are presented as benign historical markers are in fact deeply political symbols which shape public perception, enshrining distorted visions of the past and obscuring historic crimes.

Two acceptable options have been identified by the Amah Mutsun for disposal of the bell— it can either` be placed in a museum setting and properly contextualized with an explanation of its removal from the public sphere, or, it can be melted down and "recycled for peaceful purposes."

The Amah Mutsun hope that the unearthing of this El Camino Real Bell—the first such official removal, to the best of their knowledge—will be "the first domino," launching a series of removals that will result in the elimination of all Mission Bell markers from public display.

Location of removal ceremony: Gather on the north side of the Hahn Student Services building on the UC Santa Cruz campus at 9:30am. One-day "A" permits, for parking, can be purchased at the kiosk at the main entrance to campus.

BACKGROUND:

For the Indians who toiled in California's mission compounds the ringing of the bell regimented an iron-clad schedule of forced prayer and compulsory labor. The bell was a potent symbol of the domination of the Catholic Church and the Spanish state over all aspects of the lives of the indigenous people who were forced to live "under the bell."

In the early 20th century, a consortium of developers, automobile promoters and civic boosters seeking to expand tourism and settlement in California began promoting a romantic and fanciful vision of a "golden age" of the region's Hispanic past. The symbol of a mission bell on a shepherd's staff was chosen to mark the route of a new state highway following the mythical path of the so-called "Royal Road," or El Camino Real, linking the 21 missions of California, which were fashioned into profit-making tourist destinations.

"Our Tribe, the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, objects to all symbols that attempt to honor and glorify the persons and institutions that were responsible for the capture, enslavement, abuse, and killing of our ancestors and the theft of our land."  —Valentin Lopez, Chair, Amah Mutsun Tribal Band

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SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub. Check out the Hub's facebook, website & instagram for info regarding other Hub projects! https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/ and http://www.santacruzhub.org  and https://www.instagram.com/santacruzhub/ 

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Thurs: A Show // Friday! 2 art openings & Night Market! // Sat: Really Really Free Market! & A Benefit Show! // Sun: A Show!


-Thursday, June 6th, 7pm: SCHC - Hands Of God //Restraing Order // Devils Den // Jawstruck

SCHC Brings you

*Hands Of God (Flatspot Records) https://handsovgod.bandcamp.com
**Restraining Order (Triple B Records) https://restrainingorderhc.bandcamp.com/album/restraining-order
***Devils Den (Kansas City) https://devilsden.bandcamp.com/album/first-nature-brutalism-2
****Jawstruck (SCHC) https://jawstruck.bandcamp.com
*****Scowl https://scowl831.bandcamp.com/releases

7PM // $10 (notaflof) // https://www.facebook.com/events/429642944277947/

-Friday, June 7th: 3 events happening at the same time!

     7-9pm: First Friday: Atmosphereans

Come check out SubRosa's First Friday art installation! ATMOSPHEREANS is UCSC film student, Diana Bucio's, interactive art installation that centers the experiences of Hollywood's film extras. The installation will be happening inside SubRosa. https://www.facebook.com/events/346555166007453/

In Diana's words: "My aim is to provide a space in which attendees can engage critically and physically with the notion of the film extra. It is an opportunity to suggest a new perspective about the type of labor they provide and also give a tactile experience that will hopefully spark conversation, debate, and ultimately, a new way of understanding."

     6-9pm: at the Fábrica -- First Friday: Border Biodiversity

A First Friday open house at the Fábrica with a live screen printing pop-up! Flag materials provided, or bring a shirt to print on. There will be a border political postcard writing workshop and immigrant advocacy legal observer trainings happening concurrently, co-hosted by our neighbors at YARR. Hope to see you there! https://www.facebook.com/events/325387698128706/

A collaborative, participatory research-based art/science project, the Border Biodiversity project seeks to educate and engage participants in a social and environmental critique of current U.S. border policy. Come silkscreen science illustration-inspired images of borderlands animals whose necessary patterns of natural migrations would be damaged and disrupted by the proposed U.S./Mexico border wall.

The Border Biodiversity project is a project of the UCSC Norris Center for Natural History and SymbioArtlab. For more info about the project and contributing artists, please visit www.SymbioArtlab.com.

     6-9pm: The Night Market- First Fridays at the Hub

The Night Market! Now happening First Fridays from 6-9 PM at the Hub for Sustainable Living. We will be featuring makers of all stripes! Come discover local artists and crafters, handmade clothing, vintage wares, prints, zines, handmade ceramics, beauty and herbal care, food, drinks and more, all made in town by local artists. This month's Night Market is lucky to have 12 local makers and artists who will be showcasing their art, textiles, jewelry, ceramics, curated vintage collections and more!

-Saturday, May 8th: 2 happenings!

     12-3pm: Really Really Free Market: No money. No trades. Everything is free.

This market is based on a gift-economy... capitalism NO! But come to the really really free market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Bring food to share. Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box). Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...). Come and take what you can use and say thanks! We will have folks to check in with as you arrive. First come first served, space may be limited. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market. https://www.facebook.com/events/424805145023622/

     7pm: A Benefit Show for SubRosa!

A Benefit Show for SubRosa! Help our beloved community space pay rent and keep its facilities up-to-date. Featuring...

*SUNSHINE EYES sweet dream pop with hooks galore https://sunshineeyes.bandcamp.com/
**WYATT SMITH no-wave garage pop https://wyattsmith.bandcamp.com/
***CROCODILE TEARZ "emotional mod podge twee inspired by laughable traumatic daily happenings"
****EVE'S PEACH blue razz power-pop darlings https://evespeach.bandcamp.com/
*****DYLAN MATTIODA heartfelt emotional folk punk https://dylanmattioda.bandcamp.com/

7pm // 7-10$ // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/2315967341996095/

-Sunday, June 9th, 7pm: SCHC -Valtiel // Dontcryformeimalreadydead // Brahm

SCHC brings you

*Valtiel (PNW) https://valtielscreamo.bandcamp.com/
**Dontcryformeimalreadydead https://dontcryformeimalreadydead.bandcamp.com/releases
***Brahm (First show) members of bottled up and outlier

7PM // $7 (notaflof) // Come out and support the touring bands // https://www.facebook.com/events/595612384284426/

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SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people. 


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub. Check out the Hub's facebook, website & instagram for info regarding other Hub projects! https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/ and http://www.santacruzhub.org and https://www.instagram.com/santacruzhub/

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Thurs: Show // Fri: Film // Sat: Show // Sun: Poetry // Mon & Tues: Shows // & More!!!

-Thursday, May 30th, 6pm: SCHC - Rejection Pact // Tuning // Head To Wall // Scumdog

SCHC Brings You

*Rejection Pact https://rejectionpact.bandcamp.com/releases

**Tuning https://tuning.bandcamp.com/album/hanging-thread

***Head To Wall https://headtowall.bandcamp.com/releases

****Scumdog

$7.00 // DRY SPACE // RESPECT THE VENUE // https://www.facebook.com/events/659025211223765/

-Friday, May 31st, 8pm: A Free Screening of Pink Flamingos!

Wow! Join us for a free community screening of John Waters' poop-tastic cult classic Pink Flamingos! It's gross-out humor at its finest—an absurd, quirky and delightfully queer romp starring the illustrious drag queen Divine! 💥💋🐓💩🤮💕 https://www.facebook.com/events/2299639417022991/

-Saturday, June 1st, 6pm: Sabine Silver

Sabine Silver is a solo performing avant garde vocalist and classically trained harpist presenting a dreamy and dramatic spectacle called The Haunted Theatre.

"The juxtaposition of her utopian anarchist spirit and the otherworldly and angelic qualities of the harp leave in the dust more traditional approaches to this classical instrument and forge new pathways within the genres of ethereal gothic and modern psychedelia. The intensity of the music expresses richly felt rock and roll interpretations of her own making and influences.

"Sabine creates unusual song structures that beckon the listener to her home planet upon memorable and ethereal dark romantic pathways, worlds all their own.

Combining different keys throughout her compositions and utilizing gracefully the fully levered quality of her celtic harp, Sabine's music is theatrical and sensual; grounded and relevant to the age we are living in.

In live performance, in the magnetic quality of her live recordings, and through the medium of sound she channels an evocative energy of old world propensity that penetrates the caverns of the heart and calls deeply to the colorful spectrum of human experience and imagination."

Check our more at her website https://www.sabinesilver.com/epk

All ages // 7-10pm // 5$ // https://www.facebook.com/events/510996039436018/

-Sunday, June 2nd, 6pm: An evening of art and poetics: Anne Lesley Selcer // Jennifer Scappettone // Jared Joseph

An evening of art and poetics:

*Anne Lesley Selcer is a poet in the expanded field and Art Writer. She is the author of Blank Sign Book, a book of essays on art. Also forthcoming is Sun Cycle, selected by CA Conrad as winner of the First Book Prize for Cleveland State University Poetry Center. Her collection from A Book of Poems on Beauty won the Gazing Grain chapbook award. She is a currently columnist for the Jacket2 Commentary Series. Anne Lesley was Columnist in Residence for Open Space in 2014-15 and was also commissioned for an essay parallel to Zarhoulie Abdalian's SECA Award project. Other writing for galleries and museum catalogs includes Banlieusard, a commissioned book-length text for Artspeak, as well as Untitled (a treatise on form), a limited edition published by 2nd Floor Projects. More art writing can be found in Art Practical, Hyperallergic, Fillip and the Cica Museum's New Media Art 2017: Back to Nature, as well as in catalogs and monographs for the Dietch Projects, the Or gallery and Center A among others.

Her writing on literature can be found in Formes Poetiques Contemporaines, With + Stand and Jacket2, and her poems appear in The Chicago Review, Fence, Elderly, Armed Cell, The Capilano Review and Action, Yes! among other publications. Writing sometimes manifests as moving image or sound. Video, sound work and text pieces have screened or shown at the Visible Verse Festival, Krowswork gallery, Southern Exposure, Gauss PDF, and 2nd Floor Projects. Ludic Loops is her current collaborative video project.

Anne Lesley writes about images, form, beauty, invisibility, formlessness, abjection, political emotion. Recently, she's written on Juliana Huxtable, Ana Mendieta, Janet Cardiff, Ragnar Kjartansson, Dolores Dorantes, Etel Adnan, Ronaldo Wilson and others. She created and curated the innovative Chroma Reading Series for text based artists, poets and researchers when she lived in Vancouver, British Columbia.

**An artist, translator, and teacher, Jennifer Scappettone was born and raised in New York. The recipient of a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2005, she has lived in Italy, Virginia, Japan, California, and Chicago. Her collections of poetry are the chapbooks Err-Residence (2007), Beauty (Is the New Absurdity) (2007), and Thing Ode / Ode oggettuale (2008), translated into Italian with Marco Giovenale, as well as the book-length From Dame Quickly (2009) and The Republic of Exit 43 (Atelos, 2016).

In her project "Neosuprematist Webtexts" (2008–2009), Scappettone combined filmed stills and fragments of text; selections of the work were included in a show curated by the visual poet Helen White at festivals in Brussels and Ghent. Collagelike practices infuse Scappettone's From Dame Quickly, which poet Charles Bernstein described as "translation, collage, prose poem, lyric invention, periodic convolute, imploded syntax and discursive veers."

Scappettone's poetry has appeared in the anthologies The Best American Poetry 2004, The City Visible: Chicago Poetry for the New Century (2007), Zoland Annual (2008), Novas Poéticas de Resistencia (2013), EX.IT: Materiali fuori contesto (2013), The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral, new media section (2014), The Best American Experimental Writing 2016, and others. As a guest editor, Scappettone featured Italian poetry in the journal Aufgabe #7 in 2008, and she is editor of PennSound Italiana. Her translations of the work of Amelia Rosselli from the Italian were published in Locomotrix: Selected Poetry and Prose of Amelia Rosselli, and received the Raiziss/De Palchi Prize from the Academy of American Poets. Scappettone teaches at the University of Chicago and is a visiting scholar at Stanford University.

***Jared Joseph lives in Santa Cruz and teaches as UCSC. Yeah.

-Monday, June 3rd, 7pm: Only A Visitor / Practicing Sincerity / Day Trip

Cactus Bloom Collective presents

*ONLY A VISITOR (On Tour) Vancouver jazzy art-pop https://onlyavisitor.bandcamp.com/

**PRACTICING SINCERITY local soft punx with guitar solos https://practicingsincerity.bandcamp.com/

***DAY TRIP local mathy psych-pop https://tripoftheday.bandcamp.com/

7$ // 7pm // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/2090224487937071/

-Tuesday, June 4th, 7pm: Lav Andula / Asymptote / REVEL

Cactus Bloom Collective presents

*LAV ANDULA (On Tour) Tucson AZ feedback-driven harsh dance https://lav-andula.bandcamp.com/

**ASYMPTOTE (On Tour) Phoenix AZ dark ethereal project https://asymptot-e.bandcamp.com/

**REVEL (Local) Santa Cruz haunting singer-songwriter https://soundcloud.com/revelmoon-era

7$ // 7pm // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/2397008383672275/


AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 

(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)
Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 
& open for events & meetings

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And from our neighbor the Bike Church! 
"We are having a huge yard sale Saturday June 1st, 9am-noon.
Hella cheap stuff! Help us clear out years of collected bike parts. 25-99% off complete bikes, rare parts, kids stuff, bike clothes... Raffle, free stuff too!" 

And here's info about an event that some friends of SubRosa are putting on:
Thursday, May 30th, 7pm: An Economy for All of Us: Wealth Through Employee Ownership at 
Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean St 

In an era of massive income and wealth inequality, there is a solution: worker cooperatives! Worker cooperatives are businesses that are owned and operated by the workers rather than an individual, CEO, or private investor. Such models have enormous success in the Bay area and in many other parts of the world. Worker cooperatives not only generate greater wealth for those who keep the gears turning but also for the community at large. Come learn more about what worker cooperatives are, how they work, and how local government can play a role in supporting the growing movement!

* Overview * What are cooperatives? - Maria Cadenas, Santa Cruz Community Ventures * Successes of Berkeley: How can cities support the cooperative movement? - Yassi Eskandari, Sustainable Economies Law Center * Questions * Co-op movement in Santa Cruz & Call to Action! - David Brown, Co-op Santa Cruz * Network & meet the local cooperatives --- https://www.facebook.com/events/282126849332767/

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SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub. Check out the Hub's facebook, website & instagram for info regarding other Hub projects! https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/ and http://www.santacruzhub.org and https://www.instagram.com/santacruzhub/ (newly added!)

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Thurs: A Show! / Fri: Another Show +! / Sat: Really Really Free Market & A Show & More!!! / Yeah!



-Thursday May 23rd, 8pm: Long Sought Rest // Bysuss // Rats with Wings


     Join us for a very special night of many flavors of folk!

*Long Sought Rest - stompy spooky folk punk crew hailing from Olympia! https://longsoughtrest.bandcamp.com
**Byssus - Acoustic epics for the interspecies webs of survival. New music by burl wood and taylore (formally of Inle Elni) https://byssusmusic.bandcamp.com/releases
***Rats With Wings! - members of Blackbird Raum and Stonecrowe -- Sacred slow core folk ♥

8pm // $7 donation (notaflof) // https://www.facebook.com/events/1244934212341316/

-Friday May 24th, 8pm: Eve's Peach / Scorpio Moon / Hullahbaloo / 'Still' Music Video Screening and SHOW


It's the 'Still' music video premiere with live performances by:

*Eve's Peach -- https://evespeach.bandcamp.com/
**Scorpio Moon https://scorpiomoonband.com/
***Hullahbaloo

Eve's Peach has another music video?! (Waiting On The Sun - https://vimeo.com/323386069 in case you missed it). You're not dreaming, this is REAL LIFE! Let's watch it together for the first time and then SEE THEM PLAY! and SEE MORE BANDS PLAY!! Wow, I'm so excited, can you tell?

Show starts at 8pm // $5-$7 donation for the space // https://www.facebook.com/events/403058906944385/

-Saturday May 25th: 3 events!

     12 - 3pm: Really Really Free Market

Really Really Free Market! No money. No trades. Everything is free. This market is based on a gift-economy... capitalism NO! ... and the part of the intention of this happening is that we all have something to share with each other... that we can freely give, without monetizing our offerings to each other. That we can give and take and give and that this isn't about keeping score or an account of flows back and forth. We have so much to offer each other, and it can be a joy to see someone be excited about something we are giving away too.

So come to the Really Really Free Market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Bring food to share. Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box). Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...). Come and take what you can use and say thanks! We will have folks to check in with as you arrive. First come first served, space may be limited. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market. https://www.facebook.com/events/325244684816265/

     6pm: SCHC - Earth Down // Exit Strategy / Infirmary / Field Of Flames

SCHC Brings You

*Earth Down https://earthdownhc.bandcamp.com
**Field Of Flames https://fieldofflames.bandcamp.com
***Infirmary (Ep Release) https://infirmary408.bandcamp.com
****Extinguish https://extinguish.bandcamp.com
*****Exit Strategy https://exitstrategyhc.bandcamp.com/releases
******Lead Dream https://leaddream.bandcamp.com/releases
*******Doomsday https://doomsdaycahc.bandcamp.com/releases

$10 (notaflof) // https://www.facebook.com/events/2299161547010603/

     10pm: Briana Marela / Wizard Apprentice / late show at SubRosa

Cactus Bloom Collective presents

*BRIANA MARELA (On Tour) Oakland synth-based ethereal pop -- https://brianamarela.bandcamp.com/
**WIZARD APPRENTICE (On Tour) Oakland multi-media electronic music -- https://wizardapprentice.bandcamp.com/

7$ // All Ages // Safe(r) Space // No Alcohol No Drugs // https://www.facebook.com/events/874242026261717/

Friday, May 10, 2019

Fri: A Show // Sat: Really Really Free Market & Another Show // Sun: Yet Another Show


-Friday, May 10th, 7pm: Vouna//Gabriel Saloman//Melpomene
*VOUNA (Cascadian Funeral Doom from Olympia) https://vouna.bandcamp.com
**Melpomene (Shantel of Illudium & Medicine Moon) https://illudium.bandcamp.com/releases
***Gabriel Saloman (Dark Ambient Drone from Santa Cruz) https://gabrielsaloman.bandcamp.com

VOUNA conjures a singular Cascadian Funeral Doom atmosphere that is unlike anything that has existed before. Their self-titled LP will be released by Artemisia Records November 2018. https://vouna.bandcamp.com

All music was composed and all instruments performed by frontwoman Yianna Bekris (previously of Vradiazei, Eigenlicht, and Sadhaka). The music was inspired and influenced by Finnish funeral doom, English masters My Dying Bride, Eastern European black metal, and Greek folk music.

The album was recorded entirely at the Wolves in the Throne Room studio, Owl Lodge, which is located at the edge of an ancient forest in Olympia, WA. Razor sharp tremolo picked guitars cut through the heart like a knife. Mournfully sung vocals and cinematic melodies are combined with crushing doom drums, while layers of primitive 90s digital synths create a lush and rugged soundscape.

-Saturday May 11th, 2 happenings!!!
     
noon-3pm: Really Really Free Market


Really Really Free Market! No money. No trades. Everything is free. This market is based on a gift-economy... capitalism NO! But come to the really really free market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Bring food to share. Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box). Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...). Come and take what you can use and say thanks! We will have folks to check in with as you arrive. First come first served, space may be limited. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market. Note: We are shifting to 2nd and 4th Saturdays. https://www.facebook.com/events/662467710875294/

     7pm: The Root Beer Floats/ Alek & The Bar Cats/ BB Sinclair/ Jake Foley

*The Root Beer Floats- https://therootbeerfloats.bandcamp.com/
**Alek Barkats Music- https://wolfbagel.bandcamp.com/releases
***BB Sinclair- https://bbsinclair.bandcamp.com/
****Jake Foley- https://mugwort1.bandcamp.com/track/no-point

$7 donation (notaflof) / 7-10pm / all ages / safer space / https://www.facebook.com/events/836733270029743/

-Sunday, May 12th, 6:30pm: SCHC- Give You Nothing / Blaming You / Static Age /Randy Savages

SCHC PRESENTS

*Give You Nothing (Santa Cruz punk rock/melodic hardcore) https://giveyounothing.bandcamp.com/
**Blaming You (Bay Area punk rock. Members of Tuning) https://weareblamingyou.bandcamp.com/
***Static Age (San Jose punk rock) https://www.facebook.com/staticage408/
****The Randy Savages (Santa Cruz wrestling themed punk rock) https://therandysavages.bandcamp.com/

6:30pm // $5 (no one turned away due to lack of funds) // Respect the venue. No drinking. No drugs. No fighting. // https://www.facebook.com/events/516223278781824/

AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Mondays, 1 - 4pm // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm // Fridays, 9am - 12pm // 
& open for events & meetings
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SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub.  Check out the Hub's facebook, website & instagram for info regarding other Hub projects!  https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/ and http://www.santacruzhub.org and https://www.instagram.com/santacruzhub/ (newly added!)

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Tues: *[Rad-qpoc-Poetryetc]* // Thurs: A Show // Fri: Another Show // Sat: Really Really Free Market & A Show? // Sun: Yet Another Show

-Tuesday, May 7th, 7pm:  Kvetch&Chisme 001: Samuel Ace, Angel Dominguez, Kirstin Wagner 


Samuel Ace is a trans and genderqueer poet and sound artist. He is the author of several books, including Our Weather O­ur Sea (Black Radish Books, 2019) and Meet Me There: Normal Sex & Home in three days. Don't wash. (Belladonna* Germinal Texts, 2019). He is the recipient of the Astraea Lesbian Writers Fund Award in Poetry and the Firecracker Alternative Book Award, as well as a two-time finalist for both the Lambda Literary Award and the National Poetry Series. His work has been widely anthologized and has appeared in or is forthcoming from Poetry, Aufgabe, Fence, The Atlas Review, Black Clock, Mandorla, Versal, The Collagist, Posit, Vinyl, Troubling the Line: Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, Best American Experimental Poetry, and many other publications. He teaches poetry and creative writing at Mount Holyoke College and divides his time between western Massachusetts and Tucson, Arizona.

Kirstin Wagner is a writer, teacher, and PhD candidate in the UCSC Literature Department. Her research concerns inherited trauma in families organizing around domestic violence. Her creative work is published/forthcoming in Genealogy, Bombay Gin Literary Journal, Gesture Literary Journal, Something on Paper, and Amerarcana. She has taught creative writing at Naropa University, Indiana University, UC-Santa Cruz, and in the Boulder public school system. You can find her hiding fairies in the redwoods, writing at the beach at 3am, or eating pizza anywhere, anytime.

Angel Dominguez is a Latinx poet and artist of Yucatec Mayan descent, born in Hollywood, and raised in Van Nuys, CA by his immigrant family. He's the author of Desgraciado (Econo Textual Objects, 2017), and Black Lavender Milk (Timeless Infinite Light, 2015). His work can be found in Brooklyn Magazine, Dreginald, Entropy, Queen Mobs, The Tiny, The Wanderer, and elsewhere in print or on the internet. He's currently working on a book of poems, as well as the follow-up to Black Lavender Milk, Rose Sun Water forthcoming from The Operating System, in 2020.


-Thursday, May 9th, 7pm:  Sue and the Namies/Wet Spot/Crocodile Tearz/TBA

*Sue and the and the Namies are a surf rock/ no wave group from Arcata, California that are bringing every delight and delicacy the great pacific garbage patch has to offer, directly to your ears, minds, and hearts. You can find their tunes here https://sueandthenamies.bandcamp.com/album/songs-from-the-great-pacific-garbage-patch 

**Wet Spot are a garage rock band on tour with Sue and The Namies https://wetspot.bandcamp.com/ 
***Crocodile Tearz is a new local Santa Cruz duo group consisting of Rip Florence and Ethan Pezzolo. Their sounds could potentially be described as emotional mod podge twee inspired by laughable traumatic daily happenings. 
****potentially there will be another band :)

All Ages // 7 $ no one turned away for a lack of funds // sober space // https://www.facebook.com/events/383160985618668/

-Friday, May 10th, 7pm:  Vouna//Gabriel Saloman//Melpomene

*VOUNA (Cascadian Funeral Doom from Olympia) https://vouna.bandcamp.com
**Melpomene (Shantel of Illudium & Medicine Moon) https://illudium.bandcamp.com/releases

***Gabriel Saloman (Dark Ambient Drone from Santa Cruz) https://gabrielsaloman.bandcamp.com

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VOUNA conjures a singular Cascadian Funeral Doom atmosphere that is unlike anything that has existed before.  Their self-titled LP will be released by Artemisia Records November 2018.  https://vouna.bandcamp.com 

All music was composed and all instruments performed by frontwoman Yianna Bekris (previously of Vradiazei, Eigenlicht, and Sadhaka).  The music was inspired and influenced by Finnish funeral doom, English masters My Dying Bride, Eastern European black metal, and Greek folk music.    

The album was recorded entirely at the Wolves in the Throne Room studio, Owl Lodge, which is located at the edge of an ancient forest in Olympia, WA.  Razor sharp tremolo picked guitars cut through the heart like a knife. Mournfully sung vocals and cinematic melodies are combined with crushing doom drums, while layers of primitive 90s digital synths create a lush and rugged soundscape.   

-Saturday May 11th, 2 happenings!!!

        noon-3pm:  Really Really Free Market

Really Really Free Market! No money. No trades. Everything is free. This market is based on a gift-economy... capitalism NO! But come to the really really free market to give away your old stuff and/or get new-to-you stuff. Bring food to share.  Bring your special items that you don't use but can't throw away (ex. clothes, toys, art supplies, instruments, books and zines...your free box).  Bring your special talents to offer people (ex. haircuts, message, reiki...).  Come and take what you can use and say thanks!  We will have folks to check in with as you arrive.  First come first served, space may be limited. Don't be late and be sure to check in with the organizers when you get there. If you bring things, you are expected to take away whatever is left at the end of the market.   Note: We are shifting to 2nd and 4th Saturdays.  https://www.facebook.com/events/662467710875294/

        7pm:  A Show?  Not sure of the details.

-Sunday, May 12th, 6:30pm: SCHC- Give You Nothing / Blaming You / Static Age /Randy Savages

SCHC PRESENTS

*Give You Nothing (Santa Cruz punk rock/melodic hardcore) https://giveyounothing.bandcamp.com/ 
**Blaming You (Bay Area punk rock. Members of Tuning) https://weareblamingyou.bandcamp.com/ 
***Static Age (San Jose punk rock) https://www.facebook.com/staticage408/ 
****The Randy Savages (Santa Cruz wrestling themed punk rock) https://therandysavages.bandcamp.com/  

6:30pm // $5 (no one turned away due to lack of funds) // Respect the venue. No drinking. No drugs. No fighting. // https://www.facebook.com/events/516223278781824/


AND REMINDER ABOUT REGULAR OPEN HOURS 
(Come on by and have some coffee, check-out a book or strike up a conversation)

Mondays, 1 - 4pm  // Wednesdays, 10:30am - 2pm  // Fridays, 9am - 12pm  // 
& open for events & meetings

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SubRosa is a collectively run anarchist community space, a place to meet others and challenge our assumptions and act on our passions. We strive to create a vibrant environment for events, classes, meetings, organizing, performance, art, studying and more. SubRosa also offers radical literature for sale, and houses the Anarchist Lending Library. We welcome folks to join us in fostering an environment free from coercion, sexism, homophobia, racism, and other hierarchies.

SubRosa is in downtown Santa Cruz, CA which is unceded land of the Awaswas-speaking Ohlone people.


And SubRosa is part of a larger community center called The Hub.  Check out the Hub's facebook, website & instagram for info regarding other Hub projects!  https://www.facebook.com/santacruzhub/ and http://www.santacruzhub.org and https://www.instagram.com/santacruzhub/ (newly added!)

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