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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, tun...es, 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
Zachary Sweet creates paintings and illustrations that entice the
viewer to look at the macabre in a whimsical light. Inspired by the
supernatural, near death experiences and the ghosts that surround us.
Zachary’s work often uses contemporary ideas combined with strong
Currently Studying Animation at the Art Institute of San Francisco, he
is now focusing on giving his characters life and movement. His most
recent accomplishment was winning 1st place at the Virgins &Rejects
Film festival SF, for his animated film titled “Junk”.
Some of his influences include Sam Keith, Peter Max, Vaughn Bode, Ryan
De la hoz, Dreams, happy idiots, Ralph Steadman and Jan Svankmajer.
view illustrations at http://sweetzachary.tumblr.com/
view paintings at http://www.flickr.com/photos/zacharysweet/
Exhausted Pipes is a three-piece indie/folk-rock band from
Berkeley/Oakland CA. Singer/guitarist Hunter Steers, drummer David
Mayman, and bassist Andy Landgraf met during college in Stockton, CA.
They formed the roots of Exhausted Pipes in 2009 and have since taken
to the East Bay to continue making music. They are known for their
energetic, loud, infectious performances, and deliver one of the
biggest sounds you've heard from a three-piece. Their debut eponymous
album was produced, recorded, engineered, mixed, branded, published,
and even hand-printed by the members of the band. This album meshes
folk, blues, and post-punk revival while maintaining an emphasis on
catchy melodies and memorable lyrics, sealed with solid three part
harmonies. It was released independently on Friday, Dec. 2nd, 2011.
"This San Francisco trio combines haunting vocals with fast-paced
rhythms and grooving bass lines, creating a full sound that is at once
melancholy and driving, upbeat and catchy. By infusing the music with
jazz and electronic influences, they cultivate a dynamic and exciting
style that is all their own.
Leanne plays the keys and sings. She's from LA and has been
singing/playing since age five, and writing music since grade five.
Jake used to play drums in a band with Leanne back in LA. He still
plays drums in a band with Leanne. Jake's from Wisconsin, and is good
with computers and on snowy mountains. Chris met Leanne and Jake
through Craigslist. He plays the bass, and majored in jazz studies in
college. Chris is from Ohio, is also good with computers, and makes
robots. Together, they are called New Spell."
Getting a start as djs and producers in the bay area, Elephant has progressed into a full band that combines electronic music elements with live instruments. Songs and jams will range anywhere from Chopin pieces to Drum and Bass, including everything in-between. The band consists of five members: guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and dj. Each member has been playing music for a majority of their lives and has been trained in classical, jazz, salsa, and many other styles of music. Elephant combines these styles with electronic dance music in order to make a unique enjoyable sound. Elephant helps bridge the gap between traditional band music and electronic music, and aims to give the audience something that they have never heard before.