Saturday, May 28, 2016

TONIGHT ONLY! GLIM Closing Reception & A Show! with Fader (oly), Inle Elni (sc) & more!

-Saturday, May 28th, starting at 6pm! GLIM Closing Reception & A SHOW! with Fader, Inle Elni, and more!

Come schmooze it up with the artists behind GLIM, and say farewell to its lovely graces. It is also your last chance to make one these pieces your own! The closing reception begins at 6pm and will be followed by two really great bands, Fader from Olympia and Inle Enli from here in Santa Cruz. So come check out the art and stay around for the music!

7:30pm-ish:  Another Show! with Fader, Inle Elni, and more!

*Fader, on tour from Olympia, brings ambient post-rock that will make you feel.
**Inle Elni playing some new songs
***and more!

$5 for the touring bands and to support the space! gayaabags notaflof

-Sunday, May 29th, 9am-2pm:  Kids Open Hours with Zoie & Randy

For actual kids and everyone!  Come hangout with some rad folks.  Dip into the art supplies a book from the bottom shelf of the anarchist library with lots of books for kids!

-Wednesday June 1st, 7:30pm:
Abuse and Patriarchy: A Three-Part Workshop about Unity and Struggle (on Wednesdays May 25, June 1, June 8 at 7:30pm)

    Brought to you by the public school project.  more info at and other offerings also available at the website

Info from the above link:  Learning to Fight, Learning to Heal. Like everybody else, Unity and Struggle members have grappled with how to address abuse and patriarchal behavior in our society, and in left organizations including our own. We don't have easy answers, but we've found it helpful to study the nature of abuse under capitalism and different responses to it. Here is the syllabus for an abuse study that some U&S members and friends are currently test-driving in several cities, based on interest. We hope other groups will take up the reading list, adapt it to their needs, and use it to craft responses to abuse in our movement and lives.

 Study guide and curriculum available at free and open to the public.

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