Monday, February 17, 2014

This Weekend!

Pagan Film Fest, Pop-Up Museum
and Another Show!

Another Show! on Friday February 21st, 7pm-ish with Jesus Christ and the Goddams AND Nick Neihart AND more again! NOTAFLOF (and again bring $ for touring bands).

And on Saturday February 22nd, 12-2pm, come to SubRosa and other Hub Projects for a Pop-up Museum: Do It Together

"Held in collaboration with the MAH, the Hub is hosting a Pop-Up Museum. That means a temporary show created by YOU. We set up a theme and a space; your job is to bring things you've made to display at this temporary museum.  The theme of this event is DIT, or Do It Together.

At the Hub for Sustainable Living, we like to do it together.  Sure, we love to make stuff, and especially make new stuff out of old stuff, but the way that we do this is by working together.  The Hub and the Museum of Art and History would like to invite you to show off how you reclaim materials by doing things together, in an exhibition of art and crafts." from The Bike Church's facebook page. and and info is also available at the Museum of Art and History's website.

And then that night, Saturday February 22nd at 8pm, join us for the first film of the Pagan Film Series:

AGORA, In the twilight years of Pagan Rome, Alexandrian philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician Hypatia must navigate a world increasingly under the control of the Christian church and hostile to women in positions of power. Starring academy award winner Rachel Weisz.

This series is an opportunity to come together, to watch engaging films and also to engage each other, to share thoughts and experiences, and to create more of an overlap of the many social circles that exist in this town. 

Presented by Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In and Community Seed.

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