Emerson Dorsch Farewell Wynwood 6/6/15

Emerson Dorsch Farewell Wynwood
Saturday, June 6, 7pm
Emerson Dorsch
151 NW 24 Street, Suite A
Miami, FL 33127

Join Emerson Dorsch as we bid Wynwood farewell with…

Michael John Hancock of ANR
Rat Bastard
Otto Von Schirach
DJ Lost Beuys
and much more!

Closing Reception Robert Thiele: 3 for 5 Minus 23, Habit: the politics of repetition 5/29/15

Closing Reception | Robert Thiele: 3 for 5 Minus 23 | Habit: the politics of repetition
Friday May 29, 6-10 pm
Emerson Dorsch
151 NW 24 Street, Suite A
Miami, FL 33127

Join Emerson Dorsch as it closes its current exhibitions, the gallery’s last in its Wynwood location, home for 15 incredible years.

On view:
3 for 8 Minus 23 by Robert Thiele, featuring new works in advance of his museum exhibition of sculptures from the 1980s at Museum of Art + Design in September of this year.
Habit: the politics of repetition, featuring works by Jenny Brillhart, Sol LeWitt, and Frances Trombly.

The “downtown FULL MOON party”… 4-Year Anniversary Celebration 6/5/15

The “downtown FULL MOON party”… 4-Year Anniversary Celebration – Fri. June 5
Friday, 06/05/2015 – 09:00 pm – 03:00 am
DFMP-June-2015-Flyer_front-800pxTSL Lounge
167 NW 23rd Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: $10 – $20 (Advanced Online Purchase)

WOW… where has the time gone? It seems like it was not too long ago that we’ve invited a few friends to get together to celebrate the full moon. And now, four years later, we’ve had the pleasure to host thousands of full moon revelers, over 60 bands, hundreds of performers and artists, and the best spirited drummers from South Florida and beyond. This has been a very humble experience for the entire “downtown FULL MOON party” team, and we look forward to spending many more years entertaining you all… I guess they are right when they say that” Time Flies When You Are Having Fun”!!!

The “downtown FULL MOON party” celebrating its
4-YEAR ANNIVERSARY
“We invite you to come and join in the celebration”

Friday, June 5, 2015
From 9p – 3a
@ TSL Lounge
167 NW 23rd Street – Miami, FL 33127

Suggested Dresscode: (Strongly Suggested!!!)
Creative Lunar Attire…
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***FREE admission before 11p for all drummers, musicians, and performers with proper instruments and spinning props/gears***

Door Admission: $15 – $20
($10 Pre-sold Tickets are available online: www.dfullmoonparty.com; and other options for advanced purchased tickets with a free drink are also available…)

21+ Only Event

Featuring:
LA REVOL
WILLY S. and The Magnificent Band
EPHNIKO
CHILLY
MIAMI DRUM CREW
BLI BI GORE ERIC (Lead Drummer)
ANTHONY BACCHUS (Lead Drummer)
Additional Performances (To Be Announced…)

Plus,
LIVE INTERACTIVE ART
DRUMMING
BODY / FACE PAINTING
TAROT READING
POI / FIRE PERFORMANCE
DANCE TROUPES
MASSAGE
HOLISTIC VENDORS
FOOD AND COCKTAILS

Suggested Dresscode: (Strongly Suggested!!!)
Creative Full Moon Attire

Hosted by: FRITZ R., TRACIE SAMARA, OLIVIA DELANEY, ANTHONY BACCHUS, BLI BI GORE ERIC, SHELBY STONE, JESSICA BORK

***DON’T FORGET TO TELL YOUR FRIENDS… THEY WILL THANK YOU FOR IT!***

For info / Tickets: www.dfullmoonparty.com
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NEXT EVENT – Friday, July 3, 2015 (Our Season Closing Party… DON’T MISS IT!!!)

Cine Al Fresco Presents: Space Jam 5/30/15

Cine Al Fresco Presents: SPACE JAM
Saturday, 05/30/2015 – 07:00 pm – 09:30 am
Cine-Al-FrescoO Cinema
90 NW 29th St,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: Free

The Cine Al Fresco series takes the magical experience of art and culture under the stars. Once a month, our outdoor courtyard will be transformed to give families and friends of the Wynwood community a chance to unite through art, film and music.

– This event is FREE to the public.
– Feel free to bring your own blankets and chairs.
– Dinner will be available for sale from Vibe 305!
– Dog Friendly!

This Month’s Featured Film: SPACE JAM

Basketball superstar Michael Jordan and cartoon favorite Bugs Bunny team up with other basketball greats and Looney Tunes characters in this combination animated/live-action feature. Jordan must help the Looney Tunes gang with a basketball game against a group of outer space creatures whose plan, if they win, is to kidnap the Looney Tunes and take them to a failing intergalactic amusement park as the latest attraction. Also starring Academy Award-nominee Bill Murray (“Lost in Translation,”“Charlie’s Angels”) and Wayne Knight (TV’s “Seinfeld,” “Rat Race”).

Supported by Art Place

Acoustica21: In honor of Terry Riley featuring Sarah Cahill, piano 5/15/15

Acoustica21: In honor of Terry Riley, feat. Sarah Cahill, piano
Sunday, 05/23/2015 – 03:00 pm – 04:30 pm
Sarah_CahillBakehouse Art Complex
561 NW 32nd St.,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: $10; free with student ID

The “fiercely gifted” (New York Times) pianist Sarah Cahill returns to Miami to perform yet another fantastic program. The event is set to celebrate the 80th birthday of Terry Riley, one of the most iconic American composers. Sarah explains: “His music is far more complex and adventurous than people give him credit for, and he has written so much terrific music since In C,” his most infamous opus. Newly commissioned works of four emerging composers (Sam Adams, Danny Clay, Christine Southworth and Dylan Mattingly) are featured together with pieces by Pauline Oliveros, Evan Ziporyn and Juraj Kojs.

Sarah talks about the concert: “What I love about this program is that each composer reflects on Terry Riley’s music but none of the pieces sound like him.  Using a tiny speaker hidden in the piano, Sam Adams creates resonances with sine waves in duet with the pianist.  Evan Ziporyn’s You Are Getting Sleepy gets some of its inspiration from Evan’s work with Balinese gamelan and Ghanaian drumming.  Christine Southworth’s Sparkita and Her Kittens deconstructs a Bollywood soundtrack.  25-year-old Danny Clay’s three-movement Circle Songs shimmers with Terry Riley’s sunny positive California energy, but the resemblances stop there. Pauline Oliveros’ A Trilling Piece for Terry is a structured improvisation, which I have been playing as a duet with whoever is turning pages for that particular concert.  Pauline has known Terry since the 60s when they co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center, so it’s particularly meaningful to have a piece by her.”

The concert features a world premiere: Kojs’ In the Mist, a piece also commissioned by Sarah Cahill. The work combines traditional playing and unconventional extended techniques, including the reformulation of pianist’s hands and feet as percussion instruments.

Rosie Herrera – Cookie’s Kid 5/28/15

Rosie Herrera – Cookie’s Kid
Thursday, 05/28/2015 – 05/30/2015 08:00 pm –
RHDT_Cookie_Shake__smallThe Light Box at Goldman Warehouse
404 NW 26 street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: $15-25, $50 VIP

Cookie’s Kid is a solo dance theater work that explores what is inherited muscle memory. Herrera interprets her experience growing up with a-tough-as nails Bronx mother and a counter-revolutionary Cuban refugee father, by delving deeply into ecstatic movement to discover what information her body holds about her cultural history. Exploring iconic cultural references ranging from La Lupe, to Chuck Norris, to Walter Mercado as well as utilizing Afro-Cuban dance and Trance Dance as the framework for movement, Rosie investigates how these seemingly unrelated idols are connected by themes of rebellion, strength, and vulnerability.

Photographs by Anthony Jordon of Second Friday Opening Of Rocking Gently & Joyride: The Journey From Sculpture To Children’s Book on 05/08/15

Featuring the opening of Rocking Gently in the Audrey Love Gallery and Joyride: the journey from sculpture to children’s book in the Swenson Gallery, the evening’s theme played with the vastly differing styles of the presenting artists. There was a specialty bar featuring rocking gently cocktails, the music of Awkward Kisser and The Purple People Eater Food Truck. Along with a Raffle of an original work from Mike Rivamonte’s new children’s book.

Photographs taken by Anthony Jordon of Bakehouse Second Fridays Artwalk on May 8, 2015.

To see more of Anthony Jordon‘s work go to his Instagram page or check out his portfolio.