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"So you think you can Paint?", The World's Most Creative Happy Hour, was such a hit during the 2 Blocks of Art, that we decided to open up our walls every Thursday at Club Six to all who
want to paint. The concept is simple, we provide the space, paint, brushes, tu...nes, cheap drinks and a ton of wall space ...for all to paint. The idea is to complete as many 8 foot pieces as possible by11pm. Bring a Friend, paint a Masterpiece, or just watch, as artists, are creating all around you. Doors open @ 7pm. Admission is FREE with $3 Beers and $5 Mixed Drink Specials. Music By Mr. Robinson. 7x 7 Magazine Article & pictures http://www.7x7.com/arts-culture/so-you-think-you-can-paint#/12 Art Business.com Article & Pics http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/122911.html#.Tv4TcNYzbNw.twitter
Metrowize Article http://www.metrowize.com/so-you-think-you-can-paint-club-six-san-francisco Bold Italic writeup http://thebolditalic.com/blog_posts/1700-good-times-in-the-micro-hood SFGate http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/object/article?f=%2Fc%2Fa%2F2012%2F02%2F23%2FNSSB1N897D.DTL&o=1&type=printable The JRo Project
The T-Shirt Art Show in the Darkroom Gallery will feature The Art of the T-Shirt. Wearable Art, Self Expression, Branding...T-shirts are a canvas for wearable art, a form of personal expression. The T-Shirt represents what we are thinking before we say a word. Want to display your T-Shirt? Hit us up @ firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
The JRo Project (www.thejroproject.com) - The JRo Project's neo-soul
vibes, conscientious lyrics and journey through the love spectrum is a
sure recipe for a dance friendly experience. Led by Joy Roster, a
multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer fresh out of Berkelee
College of Music, this dynamic adventure also features Bob Sanders
(guitar), Pete Ruecktenwald (bass), and Cory Aboud (drums).
Post Rock band from Oakland, CA Latest release is Parable the first
release from Broken Cities' full incarnation. It deals with stories of
loss, longing, and sacrifice.
Current SF Artist of the month for http://sf.thedelimagazine.com/
In 2010 The members of Atlas began writing songs with the intention of
releasing them in September of 2011. Having been locked away for the
past seven months creating new music they enlisted the help of
producer and recording engineer Daniel Petersen to help with the
project. The result is an impressive 3 song EP that is truly just the
beginning of a completely new body of work.