“Perils of Censorship” Art Show w/ Free Wine (Bernal Heights)
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307 Cortland | 307 Cortland SF
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Perils of Censorship – A Collective Art Show by Plumatorium Gallery held at 307 Cortland- SF
Sat June 18 6 P.M. til 10 P.M. 307 Cortland- SF (free/all ages) Free wine w/ID 21+
A team of artists explore the theme of “Censorship.” This show spotlights suppressed topics or typically hidden patterns and shares some insights on the impacts of secrets, taboos, forced silence and oppressive efforts that attempt to control the narrative of experience. Censorship as cultural phenomenon thru the ages is examined with a broad artistic lens.
Ronald Lips https://www.ronlips.com
Andrew GoldFarb https://www.facebook.com/andrew.goldfarb1
Sylvester Guard https://www.facebook.com/sylvester.guard
Amor XOXO CO (fashion & Art) https://www.instagram.com/amorxoxoco
Rainbow + Poetry
Guerrilla Garage Arts https://www.instagram.com/guerrilla_garage_arts
CD giveaways (UK Bloke) https://ukbloke.bandcamp.com Rainbow and TBD
Special Guest Comedians: Danny Dechi , Cathy Zhao, Accordion Guy (@accordionguyig AKA Josh Khan) (pending)
by Guy Larkin Nir @larkingphotography Photographer and @neonicreative
Rob @ripstarsf and Nati Noir @natinoir_mua
Featured Models: Yanna Laxa https://www.facebook.com/yannabby.laxa , @katyadayy @bella_shyyy.
About our host:
Rob Jackson is a multimedia artist. His collective based projects have united people from all walks. His team’s products include songs, fine and commercial art, investigative press on social justice and environmental issues, workforce development and wellness. Together Ripstar has reached over one million people with sponsors like; Sony Soundforge, Amoeba Records, Magisto, Guinness, CharityFocus.org, Google, Eastwood Guitars, Coming Up Magazine, Music Venues and Art Galleries, Oasis CD Manufacturing, Zero Magazine, Artists Sunday, Mutiny Radio, Quest Nation and more.
Rob’s art, music, and literature is about documenting problems and offering solutions. He claims statistics continue to show massive declines in habitat, wildlife, declines in education and other quality of life issues like equality, while disease, war, and other social threats are on the rise in many places in the world, which he suggests must be met with sustainable nonviolent solutions that are abundant. Rob’s new indie rock music label, Noise, sells art and music to create more opportunities for artists and film-makers working with him to make a difference.
Check out songs at https://ukbloke.bandcamp.com and
Sample academic writing at https://www.specialagenttraining.cfsites.org
Pick up Shirts: https://www.teepublic.com/user/backline
For more information see https://www.ripstar.cfsites.org
About the Music Label:
Cynthia Freese (Seattle Art Curator/; Artists Sunday)
Roy Washington (Quest Nation)
You the public
Partial Team Credits 2021-22:
Studio 23, Studio 307, compositional and performance support of Dan Medina (Spain); Jakub Muzyk, Mix/Master and Instrumentalist (Poland); Lukasz Wójcik, Vox and Guitar; Matthew Allen (AZ), Instrumentalist; John Cheetham, Poet/Executive co-Producer (England); Matthias Miller- Producer/ Instrumentalist (CA); Will Slides AKA Transit Bot, (CA), Producer/Instumentalist/Mix Master; Tom and Laurie Reese (PA), Composers/Instrumentalists; Ryan Scott Long, and Cade Burkhammer, Drums, (CA); Eva Jackson, Vox; Tom Draper, and Chris Meeder, Guitarists; Ash and Will Reiter (CA); Producers; Jurgen Wendelen (Belgium) Instrumentalist/Singer, Chrischelle Mendoza (Singer), Joe Bandy- Producer/Mix Master, Mark Pistel (CA) and Tom Fairbairn Engineer/Mix Master (Scotland) Fin Townley, Visual Artist, (UK); Cynthia Freese, Art Curator/Volunteer Art Tour Judge;
David Siegel, Instrumentalist/ Mixer; Jack Shaughnessy, Singer Songwriter; Gosia Oczko, Bass; Robert Houghton, Singer Songwriter/Producer; Steve Rapport, Mostly Rock N Roll Gallery (Pacifica) Bart Hawkins, Composer; Jess Martyn; Monica Gutierrez, Executive Assistant, Mark Pistol, Producer and many more. Please see song credits at https://ukbloke.bandcamp.com
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