Saturday, January 28, 2017

This Week! Sat- A Show! // Fri- Art Show Opening // and Much More!

-Monday, Jan 30th:  2 happenings

      4pm: Out of the Broom Closet: reading/discussion/practice group at the intersection of magic, spirit & politics //  January's Out of the Broom Closet will be looking to our Ancestors of Path for inspiration, vision and courage moving forward.

Having Little Being Much: Fredy Perlman:  our final meeting will be centered around Fredy Perlman a radical writer, dreamer and creator who's work has influenced many in our community here in Santa Cruz. Perlman (1934-1985) lived on multiple continents, engaged in numerous radical projects and social unpheavals, and is the author of a number of books, zines and essays including "Letters Of Insurgents", "Against His-tory, Against Leviathan!" and has had a significant influence on green anarchist thought and practice // we are inviting/asking folks to read chapters 11, 15 and 17 of "Having Little, Being Much: A Chronicle of Fredy Perlman's Fifty Years" by his wife and long term partner Lorraine Perlman.

Having Little Being Much - // Chapter 11: Letters of Insurgents // Chapter 15 : The Project of Writing an Epic of the World-Changers’ Epoch // Chapter 17 : The Strait

     7:15pm: Sin Barras meeting:  From their website "We will discuss ways that Sin Barras can support local and state-wide abolitionist campaigns and how we can further support loved ones inside and their families. We will also discuss what’s going right here in Santa Cruz County. So please, bring your ideas and your desire to end the prison industrial complex!" 
-Wednesday, Feb 1st, 10:30am-2pm:  Open Hours and HUFF meeting

    Come on by SubRosa and see what's going on around town or check out a book from the @ library or purchase a zine or book.  Also at SubRosa at the same time, HUFF meeting,, HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group.

-Thursday, Feb 2nd, 2-6pm:  Open Hours!     Come on by SubRosa and see what's going on around town or check out a book from the @ library or purchase a zine or book.

-Friday, Feb 3rd, 6-9pm:  Art Show Opening: Songs For Silence // artwork by Gabriel Saloman //

    On May 1, 2012, anarchists and other anti-captialist, anti-racist and queer activists took to the streets of Seattle attacking corporate property and vandalizing the courthouse building in a wild and uncontrollable display of resistance and resentment. In the months that followed a federal grand jury investigation led to the harassment and arrest of dozens of anarchists in the Pacific Northwest. Several were forced into prison in an attempt to coerce them into collaborating with the state. Most of them refused and became celebrated internationally as “the Silent Ones.”

Songs for Silence are a collection of artworks made during this time that reflect on the difficulty of articulating anger at the police; the violence of the grand jury system, the police and imprisonment; the visual cultures of protest and the ways in which the police attempt to respond by their own “exhibitions” of evidence.

GABRIEL SALOMAN is a Santa Cruz based musician, artist, writer and educator. As an artist he has exhibited internationally, both individually and in various collaborations such as Red76, The STAG Library and the Lower Mainland Painting Co. Recent exhibitions of his work have taken place at 221a, Unit/Pitt Projects (both Vancouver) and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (Toronto) and he is the co-creator with Justin Langlois of Neighborhood Time Exchange (Philadelphia). His current work focuses on the production of visual artworks from time-based phenomena such as sound composition, dance, social practices and protest. He received an MFA from Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts and is currently a PHD candidate at University of California Santa Cruz’s History of Consciousness program.

-Saturday, Feb 4th, 6pm:  A Show! A benefit for Free Cascadia Witchcamp!!!!

*Latona Odola

**Gabriel Saloman

***Common EIder King Eider


Bring $ A benefit for Free Cascadia Witchcamp!!!! (notaflof) //

And the SubRosa fundraiser is still ongoing!
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