Saturday, September 3 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Cherokee Street: All Along Press, Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts, Aisle 1, and Los Caminos
Gallery Openings at All Along Press, Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts, Aisle 1 Gallery, and Los Caminos
All Along Press (2712 Cherokee Street)
Everything Must Go: Window Installations by Anya Liao, Rici Wittkugel, Katie Olson, and Anna C. Paszkiewicz.
[From 1940-2002 the printshop was a shoe store, Proper Shoes. The window displays in the storefront are once again filled with shoe boxes. However, in lieu of shoes, these screen-printed shoe boxes contain contributions from St. Louis artists in the form of zines, photographs, drawings, etc, functioning more like the shoe boxes in everyone's basement, filled with memories, photos, and keepsakes. This piece is an homage to Proper Shoe and the history of the area, yet celebrates the new growth of the artistic community on Cherokee Street.]
Also at All Along Press, Tate Foley will be showing an installation addressing the same themes of the destruction of the old, to make room for the new.
Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts (3151 Cherokee Street)
Your Silence Speaks Volumes: Collaborations by Gaucha Berlin & Langely
Aisle 1 Gallery (2627 Cherokee Street)
The Freelance Dance Project with Jessica Ruhlin
Featuring body paint by artist Kate Donato
performance at 8 pm
Los Caminos (2649 Cherokee Street, 2nd Floor)
Social Therapy Act 1. 1
A performance by Nicholas Jacobs and Kasper Lorene Woldtvedt
Event from 7-9pm, performance at 8pm
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Friday, September 9 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Aisle 1 Gallery
2627 Cherokee St.
Saint Louis, MO
Join Aisle 1 Gallery on Cherokee Street Friday September 9th for the Opening Reception. Joy and Ben are two of the most interesting character illustrators in St. Louis. We've chosen to pair them together and are very excited about the results. Joy and Ben will be collaborating on several new pieces but will also be showing individual works.
About the Artists
Ben Pierce ///
Joy Tiyasirichokchai ///
Joy Tiyasirichokchai is a self taught artist currently residing in Saint Louis, MO. Thriving on the enthropic beat of the changing world, she interprets this through the use of the feminine form, characters, and nature, mixed with artifacts that hold a special meaning or displays a moment of recollection. She hopes to remind the audience that beauty is found in all things and like layers of emotion, it takes time and effort to nurture.”
Enjoy Samples of Frostbite Gourmet Ice Cream!
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Thursday, August 25 at 8:00pm - August 26 at 12:00am
The Dogs are a young Chicago based band that is making music in the same vein as Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and Saturday Looks Good to Me. You'll want to see these kids now. Next tour will be much larger venues. Another up and coming band, Spectator, from St. Louis will be opening the show. $5 cover. Doors at 8pm. Show at 9pm
Friday, August 12, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 9:00 pm
Foam Coffee & Beer
3359 S Jefferson Ave
We're finally making the trip across the state to St. Louis! We can't wait to rock it out for our friend old and new!
This is an ALL-AGES, NO-COVER SHOW!!
Langen Neubacher will be opening up!
Thursday, August 18 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm
The Archive on Cherokee Street STL
3215 Cherokee Street
Saint Louis, Missouri 63118
Join us once again for Spirit Jam Drum, Dance and Chant at the Archive on August 18th at 7pm and every first and third Thursday of the Month.
Bring your drums, rattles and other percussion instruments and lose yourself in rhythm. Let's raise some positive energy!
$5.00 suggested donation. Don't forget to buy some books too.
Bring your own refreshments. This will happen Rain or Shine. We have indoor space as well.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Saturday, August 6 · 2:00pm - 3:30pm
The Firecracker Press
2838 Cherokee St.
Saint Louis, MO
This is the third installment of our 2011 Summer Reading Series. We have two wonderful readers lined up that are sure to entertain. How does this series differ from others...
1. each reader reads their work in the midst of the printshop... on the pressroom floor. There's not a bad seat in the house!
2. we've got presses set up, with lead and wood type, to print a broadside of each reader's work.
3. we print the words you're hearing as they are being read. Hear all the clicks and clacks and other noise of the printshop.
4. you take home a freshly printed broadside for the cost of admission... a slim $5 bill.