Thursday, May 29, 2008

Sean Carney Lectures Friday!

This Friday @ 8pm!

Madid Lecture with Sean Carney for Modern Conditions of Production!!!

As part of his
"Modern Conditions of Production," a month long series of performance happenings, Sean Carney will give a power point presentation on the lost species Madids. Based on the research of Dr. Ryan S. Jeneca, the presentation will bring light to an aquatic hominid race that evolved on the Eastern coast of Tanzania more than 1 million years ago.

To learn more about Sean's performance series, please visit his blog at

"MODERN CONDITIONS OF PRODUCTION is born out of a desire to retaliate against the mudane nature of our day to day lives. We are all creative and ponderous beings, yet we are for some reason or another captivated by arbitrary spectacles that include advertisments, marketing strategies, capitalist iconography and gentrification through unoriginal architectural invasions of our communities. We acknowledge the presence of these invaders of visual space, and seek to challenge their value through site-specific situations and performances."

We love you! Don't miss it!

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Pictures from Heckaville

Thanks to all you who made it out! Heckaville is up through May. Come on by.

(that's Cloaks providing the sounds)

Friday, May 2, 2008

Heckaville: Pictures from Home TONIGHT!

Please join us tonight for our very first, first Friday!

Tonight we will be featuring Luke Forsyth’s Portland debut solo show, “Heckaville: Pictures from home.” This site-specific, installation work is a loose psychological self-portrait, that he calls "a mind map giving physical streets to a dream scape shadow world." The people are friendly and accept him as one of their own. It is a beautiful city you should come enjoy it for yourself.

The show will also feature collaborations from the Experimental Team “Hope” Folk Art Ensemble Experiment of which Luke is a founding member.

It's going to be a grand time. We're pulling out all the stops!

the Pancake Clubhouse Historic Township and Activity Destination for the Living Arts (welcomes you)
906 A NE 24th Ave.
(three blocks north of Sandy on 24th)

we love you!