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2 Dec :: Jeremy Novy Lets Meet Exhibit (SF, CA)

Lets Meet a collection of queer stencils from the past year by Jeremy Novy

San Francisco, CA (November 3, 2010)— The San Francisco LGBT Center is honored to present “Lets Meet”, a collection of queer stencils from the past year by Jeremy Novy. Novy's is considered one of the up and coming street art celebrities of San Francisco and street art world itself. His koi fish stencils found through out the city have gained him acceptance by not only the street art community of San Francisco but also complements from the Cities Department of Public Works. Yet this exhibit is about something much deeper then just adding beauty to urban blight. It's street art with a social message against homophobia. This exhibition, opens with a reception on Thursday, December 2nd from 6-9 pm and runs through December 30th. Novy has made a limited edition print, signed and numbered, for the 50 guests, along with having Pabst Blue Ribbon beer on hand. Novy was recently commissioned by Joe Pabst, owner of the Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee, WI, to stencil koi around the Mansion pool.

Until 07 Dec :: Burner Stencils (Berlin, DE)

When:
Saturday, October 23, 2010 7:00 PM -
Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:00 PM CET

Where:
Eckstück
Wrangelstr. 20
Berlin, x-berg 36

..the art of cutting stencils.

featuring:
- artiste ouvrier
- dave the chimp
- dash3ultra
- czarnobyl
- bohomaz
- pisa 73
- plotbot
- emess
- azione
- bonk!
- m:m

20 Nov :: Celebrate People's History Book Release Party/Exhibit (SF, CA)

ONE DAY ONLY
Poster Exhibit - Book Release Party - Artist Panel

CELEBRATE PEOPLE’S HISTORY: the Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution
Edited by Josh MacPhee
Foreword by Rebecca Solnit
Published by the Feminist Press

7pm - Saturday Nov. 20
The Center for Political Education
522 Valencia St, SF
www.politicaleducation.org


Since 1998, Celebrate People’s History posters have documented feminist organizers, indigenous uprisings, civil rights leaders, union struggles, LGBT activism and much more. Bay Area history stands out with posters on Los Siete de la Raza, the 1969 Alcatraz occupation, the International Hotel and the 1966 transgender riot at Compton’s Cafeteria. The Feminist Press has just released over 100 posters in hardback, and the book’s West Coast premiere includes a poster exhibit, book signing and artist panel.

Featured Speakers:
Lincoln Cushing, historian,  www.docspopuli.org
Favianna Rodríguez, artist,  www.favianna.com

FREE admission. Donations go to MacPhee’s partner, Dara Greenwald, who is battling cancer.

13 Nov :: Block Party (LA, CA)

Carmichael Gallery Invites You to Attend

Block Party

Boxi, Krystian Truth Czaplicki, Gregor Gaida, Simon Haas, Dan Witz

&

A Showcase of New Works by Sixeart

5795 Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232


November 13 – December 11, 2010

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 13, 2010, 6-8pm

please RSVP by email rsvp at carmichaelgallery dot com

Soule :: Nov. Exhibits (WA, USA)

+ Hotwire Coffee House



Artist Reception November 11th 5-9pm

4410 California Ave SW



West Seattle,WA





+ Boom Noodle

Show hangs the month of  November



1121 E Pike St



Seattle,WA


+ Bherd Studios


"Take 5"
Group Show


Artist Reception: Nov 12th

Encore Opening: Dec 10th


8537 Greenwood Ave.N Suite 1



Seattle,WA

10 Nov :: Boruchow: Icons Cut Out Exhibit (Philly PA, USA)

Exhibition of New Paper Cutouts
Come and see the originals!
Nov 10 - Dec 7
The Bean Cafe
615 South Street, Philly
Opening Reception Wed Nov 10, 8-11pm
Posters and libations!
T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Totes and Books!

Joe Boruchow
www.joeboruchow.blogspot.com

28 Oct :: Vinyl Killers 8 (Portland, OR)

The Last VK ever!

Vinyl Killers 8 opens on October 28th in Portland, Oregon at The Goodfoot. The Goodfoot is located at 2845 SE Stark St. and is open daily from 4 PM to 2:30 AM.  The show will be up until Nov 30th.

There will also be vinyl only selections from dj's monkeytek, ryan organ and samizdat during the opening

The often imitated, never duplicated, OG vinyl art show, Vinyl Killers returns this October for another round of rescuing long forgotten records from the world’s landfills. This year there have been at least 6 other vinyl shows in North America alone and interest in the artform is at an all time high. After seven annual shows and several touring exhibits Vinyl Killers remains committed to staying open call, independent, D-I-Y, and free of corporate sponsorship.

Since it’s inception in 2003 Vinyl Killers has showcased well over 1000 records painted by artists from around the world. A quick glance at the VK website shows both the genres global influence and the absolutely amazing things that are being done with paint and old records. Media recognition for this innovative show includes The Art Of Rebellion 2 and Stencil Nation, and features in numerous international street art magazines and blogs. In 2005 Klutch, the founder and curator of VK, had the room that he decorated with painted records for San Francisco's Hotel Des Arts featured in Time magazine. 

Unfortunately this will be the last Vinyl Killers. 

12 Nov :: C215 Community Service (FR)

« Community Service »

Exhibition November, 12 to December, 25, 2010 at Galerie Itinerrance
Opening on Friday, November, 12 from 6 pm

Samantha Longhi
Galerie Itinerrance
The street art and stencil art gallery.
7bis, rue René Goscinny - 75013 Paris
FRANCE
http://itinerrance.fr

4 Nov :: ALIAS's My Belly is Mumbling (Berlin)

West Berlin Gallery


brunnenstr. 56


berlin, DE


13355
http://www.westberlingallery.com/

18 Oct :: SPARCS solo SHofe (Melb, AU)

Monday, October 18 at 7:00am - November 7 at 4:30am
3 Bags Full Cafe
Corner of Nicholson and Mollison Streets, Abbotsford.

Melbourne, Australia

Coinciding with Sweet Streets- Street art Festival, I am having a shofé (show at a cafe) at 3 bags full... Abbotsford 3rd wave joints.. so go get hopped up on caffeine and then make art purchase decisions.

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