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Monday, March 29, 2010

119 Gallery April Newsletter


Gotta' Have It
April 6 - 30


Crank Sturgeon
Crank Sturgeon, Qfwfq Duo, Trachypithecene Entity
Thu April 1, 8pm - 11pm

Strotter Inst

Noise from Switzerland
Fri April 2, 8pm - 11pm

Lowell Poetry Network
Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo [NYC] featured poets
with Apocalypso Trio

Sat April 3, 2pm - 8pm

Emmanuel Lalande
Thu April 8, 8pm - 9pm

Fri April 9th + 10th
8pm - 9pm

Daniel Francis Doyle
Abram Taber Math the Band Daniel Francis Doyle The Woodrow Wilsons Packrat Produced by Ben Farley
Tue April 13, 7:00pm - 10:30pm

Dance + Fashion Show
Thur Apr 15, 2010

Herb Robertson Trio
Fri April 16, 8pm - 9pm

Spiral Event
Sat April 17, 7pm - 1am

Field Recording Workshop
Description Field Recording
with Rick Breault
Sun April 18, 11am - 3pm

Lowell Poetry Network
FreeVervse + Open mic with Janet Stevenson
Thu April 22, 6:30pm - 9pm

Dinner and a Movie
A classic Khymer film
Fri April 23, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Forrest Larson
Sat, April 24, 8pm - 9pm

Analogue Heaven North East
More info here - http://stretta.com/ahne/2010/ Produced by Eric Crawley and Mike Fun
Sunday Apr 25

Sound Thinking
UMass Lowell Dept of Music
Thu, April 29 7pm - 11pm

Grassroots Arts Conference
Friday, Apr 30 - May 2

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Lowell Telecommications Corporation

UML Art Department

Gotta' Have It...
Cambodian Artist Exhibit 2010


April is the month of the Cambodian New Year. To celebrate, this
show will be based around consumerism and Cambodia as a developing country and America in its debt. Throughout the month of April, we will have events relating to Cambodia, including a dance and fashion show, dinner and a movie, and more.
Curated by Setheyny

Cambodian Dance + Fashion Show

Traditional Cambodian Fashion and Dance


Showcasing fashions by the local bridal shop that's located on Chelmsford Street, the night will feature performances by the Angkor Dance Troupe and the Adams Project.
Crank Sturgeon
Thu April 1, 8pm - 11pm
Crank Sturgeon, Qfwfq Duo, Trachypithecene Entity
Sturgeon has been active in the noise and performance art since 1992. He has giddily blurred the lines of quasi-art lecture/presentation with a circus of high volume, irreverent pun, and punk sensibility. Come see the show! guaranteed to be fun and interesting.

Strotter Inst + Baker/Bisson Duo
Fri April 2, 8pm - 11pm
After more than ten years of making music with turntables, tapes and loops the swiss based musician, artist, performer and architect Christoph Hess started in 1998 the project Strotter Inst. to concentrate just on the manipulation of turntables not using any records or sounds made by someone or something else. Live, Strotter Inst. is generating dense sound- and rhythmstructures by using five modified and manipulated lenco-turntables and various cut or scotched records. The music ranges from a low-fi rumble changing into concrete clicks and scrapes, followed by epic drones and multilayered broken beats to fall back into tricky bass-meditations.

Lowell Poetry Network
Sat April 3, 2pm - 8pm  Tickets $12 in advance/$15 at door.
Tables set up with food, beer & wine.
Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo [NYC] featured poets with Apocalypso Trio: [Boston, Brooklyn NY, Lowell] Joe Burgio - movement, Shayna Dulberger - double bass, delay, Walter Wright - analog synths & video & John Voigt Group: [Boston] Jon Damian - guitar, Joshua Jefferson - sax, John Voigt - bass, Joe Livolsi - drums There will be an open mic! Local poets are invited to read. following the poetry readings and open mic - 8pm Kevin Frenette Group: Kevin Frenette - guitar, James Rohr - Fender Rhodes, Kit Demos - bass, Johnny McLellan - drums.
Tickets or reservations email artguy@119gallery.org

Herb Robertson Trio
Fri April 16, 8pm - 9pm
Herb Robertson Trio: [NJ] Herb Robertson - trumpet, Dave Kaczorowski - bass, Adrian Valosin - drums. $10 donation at the door. "This trio of in-the-moment composers is a perfect setting for Robertson's aggressive extended techniques and forceful horn manipulations...Kaczorowski and Valosin are strong promoters of forward motion and creativity, two qualities needed when running with a beast like the fabulous Robertson."
- Ken Weiss, Cadence Magazine April 2009

119 Gallery promotes contemporary and new media art, innovative ideas and cutting-edge techniques with a rich and diverse program of exhibitions, performances and community-based arts services. We welcome people of all ages, backgrounds and means to explore and experience new, innovative art.
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