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11/11/11 Double Breaks @ Double Break opening 6pm

11/11/11 Double Breaks @ Double Break opening 6pm

DOUBLE BREAK Exhibition Announcement Double Breaks Co-Curated by Jay Howell and Louis M Schmidt November 11, 2011 (6-10PM) With an After Party at Tin Can Alehouse! (10PM-Close) Double Break is very excited to announce our fifth exhibition, Double Breaks, a group show co-curated by LA-based artist Jay Howell and Louis M Schmidt. Throwing together 27 artists...
10/13/11 "Koan" A drawing & sculpture show by Clayton Lewallen and Nicola Vruwink

10/13/11 “Koan” A drawing & sculpture show by Clayton Lewallen and Nicola Vruwink

“Koan” A drawing & sculpture show by Clayton Lewallen and Nicola Vruwink Thursday, October 13 · 1:00pm - 8:00pm Palomar Community College 1140 West Mission Road, San Marcos, CA 92069 Telephone: 760.744.1150 Oct 11th- Nov 9th Opening Reception Thurs. October 13th, 1pm to 3pm & 6pm-8pm Gallery Talk: Thurs. October 13th 2:00pm-3:00pm

Brain Trust II

Please join us this Friday May 21st for a second iteration of the “Brain Trust” while also enjoying the mytho-poetic visual stylings of Louis M. Schmidt and Chris Kardambikis.  ”Brain Trust II” is part of a series of events leading up to There Goes the Neighborhood! http://theregoes.org/.  So please join us to find out what the “Brain Trust” is, learn more...

‘FREE SPACE’ and ‘RECENT WORKS’

FREE SPACE: A street level look at interfaces between public and private an installation by Megan Willis Opening reception Saturday May 15th 2010 at 7pm Free Space is an installation that looks at disparate tactics for appropriating and reclaiming residual spaces in the urban landscape for both public and private use. Residual Spaces are interstices...