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Entries in Swing House (2)

Monday
Oct112010

Killin' It 041: Frida Dr. Sketchy's and Swing House

This weekend I'm doing two amazing events.  October 16th 4 p.m. I'm posing as Frida Kahlo for Dr. Sketchy's.

50 North 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY

Take the L to Bedford Ave. $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Please bring your own art supplies.

Tickets can be obtained here

October 17, I will be acting as a living installation for Gemini & Scorpio's Swing House.  All information can be found below.

Gemini & Scorpio
present
Swing House
A dazzling vintage dance event: "Gatsby-era fun with a twist of new-school vibe" - Village Voice
Sun, Oct 17, The Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 4th Avenue (D/N/R to Union)
8pm doors, 8:30pm dance class, 9pm party 
$15 with RSVP + themed dress, $20 door, $10 after 11:30pm; 21+
Bootleggers and speakeasies...wild dancers and smart mouths...art that sizzles and music that roars...A costumed all-night dance ball with live swingin' sounds by authentic vintage jazz bands, re-bopin' DJs remixing and reinventing vintage grooves, blazing burlesque divas and exotic cocktails. 
Featuring...Two sets of danceable early Americana by Tin Pan Band. Swingin' brass attack by Chicago's Environmental Encroachment mini-band and guests from Hungry March Band. Live swing remix dance set by FreeBass on bass and laptop. Blazing burlesque by dancer extraordinaire Maine Attraction and sultry striptease siren Gigi LaFemme. Re-bopin' jazz swingin' beats by renown mix master DJ Shakey. Living art installation by Katelan Foisy. Free dance class before the event by Akemi Kinukawa. Plus fire performers, cigarette girls and other unpredictable surprises.
"We love any excuse for a fancy-dress party, and G&S present a doozy with Swing House...patrons in zoot suits and full flapper regalia dance the night away to live swing, jazz, and be-bop." - Flavorpill. "It's like a remixed version of the Roaring '20s, with live music and burlesque dancing." - TimeOut 2010. "Gatsby never attended a party this good." - 24/Seven
The Jazz Age never ended, it just got funky. Dress accordingly: "An event worth wearing that ridiculous zoot suit for" - TimeOut 2009. "Corsets and top hats tweaked with studs and leather are totally appropriate" - The New York Times. No casual attire. Past Swing House details & photos: http://www.geminiandscorpio.com/e09-03-15.html



Monday
Oct042010

Killin' It 040: Gemini & Scorpio Present Swing House

I'm very please to announce that I will be working with the ever fabulous Gemini and Scorpio for their Swing House event October 17.  I will have 4 paintings exhibited based on vintage jazz posters as well as creating a living installation.  Yes, it will be epic.  I hope to see you all there.

Gemini & Scorpio
present
Swing House
A dazzling vintage dance event: "Gatsby-era fun with a twist of new-school vibe" - Village Voice
Sun, Oct 17, The Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 4th Avenue (D/N/R to Union)
8pm doors, 8:30pm dance class, 9pm party 
$15 with RSVP + themed dress, $20 door, $10 after 11:30pm; 21+
Bootleggers and speakeasies...wild dancers and smart mouths...art that sizzles and music that roars...A costumed all-night dance ball with live swingin' sounds by authentic vintage jazz bands, re-bopin' DJs remixing and reinventing vintage grooves, blazing burlesque divas and exotic cocktails. 
Featuring...Two sets of danceable early Americana by Tin Pan Band. Swingin' brass attack by Chicago's Environmental Encroachment mini-band and guests from Hungry March Band. Live swing remix dance set by FreeBass on bass and laptop. Blazing burlesque by dancer extraordinaire Maine Attraction and sultry striptease siren Gigi LaFemme. Re-bopin' jazz swingin' beats by renown mix master DJ Shakey. Living art installation by Katelan Foisy. Free dance class before the event by Akemi Kinukawa. Plus fire performers, cigarette girls and other unpredictable surprises.
"We love any excuse for a fancy-dress party, and G&S present a doozy with Swing House...patrons in zoot suits and full flapper regalia dance the night away to live swing, jazz, and be-bop." - Flavorpill. "It's like a remixed version of the Roaring '20s, with live music and burlesque dancing." - TimeOut 2010. "Gatsby never attended a party this good." - 24/Seven
The Jazz Age never ended, it just got funky. Dress accordingly: "An event worth wearing that ridiculous zoot suit for" - TimeOut 2009. "Corsets and top hats tweaked with studs and leather are totally appropriate" - The New York Times. No casual attire. Past Swing House details & photos: http://www.geminiandscorpio.com/e09-03-15.html