Saturday, September 20, 2008

NYC/LA/San Fran: Built By Wendy Fall Shopping Parties

20% off the fall collection at Built By Wendy, coast to coast.

New Yorkers, if you missed yesterday’s Manhattan party, there’s always Williamsburg!

• 46 North 6th Street, Brooklyn

• 7938 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles

• 3520 20th Street, San Francisco

Monday, September 15, 2008

Deathbowl to Downtown Tour

Finally gearing up for the Deathbowl to Downtown tour! If your in SF, Portland, Chicago, Austin, or Minneapolis now is your chance to catch a sneak peek of the film. All screenings are complimentary and free Green Label Art (Mountain Dew) will be served.






After Parties NOT listed will be strictly word of mouth! Keep your ear to the ground ;-)

Friday, September 12, 2008

Bijules Presents: Arsenic & Old Lace Unveiled

Tonight: The Bad & The Beautiful

Missbehave Mag and Married To The MOB Present ..

Missbehave Magazine & Married to the MOB Present...
Thursday, September 11th 2008, 8pm until 12am
Feat. Uffie, Radio Rose (Around The Way Girls) & The Misshapes!!!!
Grab a free issue of Missbehave #9!
Red Bull Space
40 Thompson St. NYC
RSVP with your name & affiliation
Capacity is very limited. No plus ones!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

NYC: The Art Parade -Lynnette Astaire: Polaroid Funeral

The Art Parade
Lynnette Astaire: Polaroid Funeral

Saturday, September 6th 2008
West Broadway
(between Houston and Grand Streets)
New York City

Edwin Land created the Polaroid camera at the behest of his 3-year old daughter who desperately wanted to see a photo instantly. Many years later, a 7-year old girl would receive her first Polaroid and go on to earn a B.A. in photography from New York's School of Visual Arts. In early 2008, Polaroid announced that it's iconic film would be discontinued.

This Saturday, the 7-year old girl-turned woman named Lynnette Astaire will stage a performance piece inspired by New Orleans jazz-style funeral marches as a part of Deitch Projects' Art Parade; to honor the death of a staple of artists, casting agents, crazy college kids and naughty couples everywhere. The performance will feature a custom built casket, pallbearers, the Stumblebum Brass Band, dance ensemble Afro Mosaic Soul, other downtown artists and denizens. Lynnette believes her eclectic and provocative style -- encompassing New Orleans culture, folklore and burlesque -- is perfectly in line with Deitch's vision for the parade.

Lynnette has been featured in several magazines including Picture Magazine and is a long-time collaborator with Married to the Mob. She is also a proud member of Ladies Lotto's New York chapter.

For additional information and press inquiries contact:
+1 917 776 6330

Sponsored by: Deitch Projects, Paper Magazine and Creative Time