Culture Club

at Public Works

NOISE POP CULTURE CLUB
Presented by
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Public Works
161 Erie Street, San Francisco
11:30am–6:30pm / $10 / 21+

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Seagate Remix Lounge
1:00–5:00pm/ 2nd floor
more details below schedule

Noise Pop Culture Club is a new kind of arts and culture event within the Noise Pop experience that celebrates the creative process of visionary artists in the music, film, art, design, food and technology communities. It facilitates the discussion of new ideas and collaborations and simply put is about inspiration and the DIY indie spirit. It is also very much about the process of creating, exploring, and sharing and that’s what we collectively experience together at Culture Club.

Featured guests, sessions and workshops include:


Big Freedia's dancers how to 'bounce' session
Vincent Moon petites planètes nomadic film journey
Aaron Rose & Syd Garon on Art + Animation + Film
Johnny Jewel on scoring; Glass Candy; Chromatics; Desire; DIY art
Dubspot Ableton Live w/ Thavius Beck, Steve Nalepa, B. Bravo
Re:Generation Music Projectw/ special guest Zigaboo Modeliste
BAMM.TV Musical Yearbook w/ Thao Nguyen, Caleb Nichols (Churches) and more
SCORED - Explorations of Georges Méliès A Trip to the Moon- live scoring
Hear Ye Hear Ye w/ host Stephanie Foo & guests Zach Rogue, Thao, John Vanderslice, Kevin Johnson, Zoe Keating, Quinn DeVeaux, Sean Hayes, Jhameel
The Bold Italic’s Sensory Delights
Isotope Comics live illustration w/ Jamaica Dyer's Fox Head Stew
Art by Teebs (Brainfeeder), Grimes, Kristin Farr,Winslow Warren, Italians Do It Better

and much more below + at our CULTURE CLUB Daily treats on

Scheddive



OTHER COOL STUFF AT CULTURE CLUB
Seagate Remix Lounge

1:00–5:00pm/ 2nd floor

Seagate, ‘the Storage of Choice for Noise Pop’ has preloaded a collection of their drives with audio files from select Noise Pop artists. Our guest producers will remix these files live, inviting attendees to access the files and try their hand. Remixes will be available for downloading and sharing.

Remix Lounge Schedule
Parentz 1pm-2pm parentzjustdoesntunderstand.com/
Nanosaur 2pm-3pm www.facebook.com/pages/Nanosaur/
Yalls 3pm-4pm yalls.bandcamp.com/
Blackbird Blackbird 4pm-5pm blackbirdblackbird.com/

Audyssey Photo Booth and iPhone charging station

Take a picture for a chance to WIN a pair of Media Speakers signed by some of your favorite Noise Pop artists! There will also be an iPhone charging station, silly swag, t-shirts and free water. Pick up your digital pics at Facebook.com/Audyssey after the show! For more info visit theNeighborhood.tv or Audyssey.com

The Bold Italic’s Sensory Delights

Explore the homegrown and handcrafted tastes of SF with The Bold Italic. Get the backstory of folks making wine in that local warehouse. Sample a sophisticated chocolate confection inspired by a Black Flag song. The Bold Italic invites you to taste and interact with the passionate purveyors and rising stars in the local food movement.

ART AT CULTURE CLUB

TEEBS: S P    C D Enchanting art works by the exciting and fresh visual and sound artist of Ardour and Collections 01 on BRAINFEEDER THE ROLL UP GALLERY AT PUBLIC WORKS 161 ERIE ST (@ MISSION), SAN FRANCISCO OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2012/ 6-9PM

Teebs aka Mtendere Mandowa is simply put a painter of sound—a vibrant and shining light in both the audio and visual worlds and a rising star out of the Los Angeles kaleidoscope. His music releases on Brainfeeder, poetically described as "from hypnotic, dust-covered beats and languid daydreams to cascading shuffles and bright bursts of color", easily conjure up the imagery that you then so vividly experience in his paintings - iridescent, dreamlike art imbued with vibrant color, energy and shape.

Isotope Comics Present

VINYL DREAMS 2012: GALLERY OF COMIC ART ON RECORD SLEEVES

Celebrating the cross-pollination of music and comics and the long history of famous comic artists working on album covers. This intriguing installation of original comic-inspired record album covers for and inspired by Noise Pop bands and fans. Enjoy works by some of the most exciting outsider artists in the Bay and be sure to join in on this DIY gallery with your own creation.

Isotope Comics Present

NOISE POP 2011 REWIND: SEQUENTIAL REPORTERS COMIC ART GALLERY

Last year’s Festival seen through the eyes of the Bay’s freshest cartoonists featured super fresh reviews of Yo La Tengo, The Fresh & Onlys, Kid Koala, Aesop Rock, Best Coast, The Soft White Sixties, The Concretes, The Ferocious Few and Nobunny, by Susie Cagle, Beth Dean, Jamaica Dyer, Ed Luce, Justin Hall, Katie Longua, Roman Muradov, Amy Martin, Donna Almendrala and Greg Hinkle..

GRIMES ART

The ever versatile Grimes aka Claire Boucher shares her dynamic and expressive paintings with us, some we've seen so far as album art for Geidi Primes, Halfaxa, Darkbloom and now Visions. Come get your limited edition one of a kind Grimes artwork at Culture Club.

Kristin Farr

Kristin Farr paints neon rainbow diamond magic. Taking popular, pop-colored, geometric shapes to another level, she infuses her paintings with good luck and good feelings. Recently, she's been researching "hex signs" found on 19th century Dutch barns, which were arguably used for either folk magic, or decoration. Kristin re-imagines the hypnotic patterns, rendering them in the florescent palette she is obsessed with. Through her work she aims to draw out some nostalgia or uncanny familiarity, using shapes and color combinations that could trigger a memory of a simpler time. For Culture Club, she has designed an installation of paintings from her "Magic Mountains" series, complete with two, comfortable "Hug Chairs" that can literally wrap their arms around you while you relax and enjoy the scenery and the days treats and delights.

SUSTAINABLE ART BY WINSLOW WARREN

Commonly discarded materials make up Winslow’s fractal works of art and furniture emphasizing the impact and scope of the waste generated daily; to understand the nature, beauty and value of the materials; to illustrate that as in nature waste = food. Be sure to take home a piece of Winslow’s art!

FAQ

HOW INVOLVED CAN I GET?
Very! It's a unique opportunity to join in hands-on workshops and sessions of the creative process and learn directly from the artists, or sit back and enjoy inspired talks by and conversations with artists and other culture creators.

WHAT WILL I GAIN?
Essentially a whole load of inspiration and the tools to continue 'creating for yourself' and successfully make a difference and impact in this exciting new spirited cultural arena.

WHO WILL I MINGLE WITH?
Like-minded creative and DIY spirited artists, performers, culture creators, fans and the curious.