Monday, January 2, 2012

So Much Going on at SubRosa, Jan. 2nd-8th 2012

-Monday, Jan. 2nd, 6-7pm- Spanish Conversation, a Free Skool class. We'll pick a topic to discuss each week and speak exclusively in Spanish while we're together. Intermediate to advanced Spanish skills are required.

-Tuesday, Jan. 3rd, 7-10pm- A Show! Pop Punk! High Dive (a queer-positive pop-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana, with Toby Foster, Nick Romy, and Ryan Woods, from defiance, ohio), Songs for Moms (an all-female Bay Area punk trio that formed in the spring of ‘06) and more! Bring money for the touring bands.

-Thursday, Jan. 5th, 8pm- Open Mic, sign-ups 7:30pm- Come express yourself, challenge yourself, challenge the audience. Donation.

-Friday, Jan. 6th, 6-8pm- First Friday Art Opening! A Museum of Natural History, art by Stephen Odell. Bones, feathers, insects, stones, dried flowers and drift wood all have a voice to share. It is this collective, co-creative perception that thrives in a greater communion of direct experience with the natural world and with each other over the technological obsessions that only serve to exalt the ego and self-centeredness. Artist Reception, Snacks, Refreshments, Tea Service and a Reading of "The Other Way to Listen" by Byrd Baylor. Art at SubRosa the month of January.

-Saturday, Jan. 7th, 1pm- Mass Media, a Critical Intro, a Free Skool class.

-Sunday, Jan. 8th, 5pm- Rad Dad Event. “Rad Dad: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Fatherhood” collects the best pieces from Tomas Moniz’s award-winning “Rad Dad” zine and from Jeremy Adam Smith’s blog Daddy Dialectic, two kindred publications explore parenting as political territory.

SubRosa is an anarchist community space run by a collective of committed volunteers. We put energy into Sub
Rosa to create a vibrant community space available for events, classes, and meetings, collaborations and organizing, art and creativity, as well as reading and studying. We are working to create a world guided by mutual support, without coercive control.

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