SHoP invites you to come and see the house in process of being cared for, renovated, re-conceived and energized.
SHoP will house a small-press library and book exchange; Red Flags Salon; a wood shop and sign-up project space; the Hyde Park Kunstverein, a Berlin-style community art museum featuring local collections and artists; CurioPantry, an ongoing exhibition space within a Victorian pantry; a time-bank, where you can trade your skills for other goods and services; A community radio station and recording studio; a seed bank; a fort-building room and kids’ wood shop; a movement and bodywork space; a film screening room; ongoing art installations; and more!
This is an all-ages event. Childcare provided from 4:00 to 10:00pm. for a suggested donation of $10-$30.
It Is What It Is
October 1, 2011 from 4 until ?
John Preus: Slow Recovery
David Cox and Alexis Grinbold
Sally Alatalo and Simon Anderson: The Doggerel and Poetry Show
Maria Constanza Garrido
Heather Mullins and Meaghan Burritt
CurioPantry: Marvin Tate
Heather Mullins and Hannah Givler
South Side Projections: Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
The Cinema Culture: Amir George
Vicky Yen: On the Other Hand Animation Show
Y. Vittles of Everything Is Terrible!
Hyde Park Kunstverein: KAGAN Radios
|Scheduled Things||Roving Things||Constant Things|
|5pm: Video screening
530pm: Movement lessons
6pm: Video screening
630pm: Movement lessons
7pm: Video screening
730pm: Poetry reading
730pm: Movement lessons
8pm: Video screening
830pm: Movement lessons
9pm: Video performance
Oral history project