[Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge Salon - social gathering & monthly showing of interesting art and projects from the community

Jack Perkins jackaperkins at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 23:48:27 UTC 2011

Absolutely! Makes sense to have a day to bring your project in when
you're asking to be bugged about it.


On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 3:23 PM, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> Looking for others interested in helping and possibly wanting to
> participate as artists...
> A monthly Salon where people part of the community have the opportunity
> to display interesting art and projects for others to view and interact
> with, and a social gathering for the space that doesn't involve a
> schedule or agenda. Simply come to display/view (interact with) neat
> things and to also meet others doing cool stuff.
> This is not an event like Five Minutes of Fame. More of a walk around
> and look at other people's work and also having the opportunity to talk
> to others, less of a series of talks with a schedule and a focus on one
> area of Noisebridge (like the projector).
> The sort of project or artwork I'm thinking of that would be good for
> this would be the sort of thing you can display on a table top or play
> through a computer monitor and small desk speakers. Additionally if
> you've got something big (like let's say a giant fire art sculpture
> you're working on in an nondescript warehouse in West Oakland) you could
> use this opportunity to show pictures of what you have and where you're
> going with the project.
> Additionally I think Noisebridge could use a monthly social event night
> that isn't at the tail end of either 5 Minutes of Fame or a (arguably
> aggravating) Tuesday Meeting. I'm thinking the last Saturday of the
> month or some such?
> Anyone interested?
> --
> Rubin Abdi
> rubin at starset.net
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