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To our Rabbit fans, our last MOVIES+JAMS summer event is happening this coming wednesday August 24th, with the 1974 psychedelic sci-fi ZARDOZ, cult film by John Boorman, and a live performance by V.L.A.D.R.M. AKA.
8 pm: V.L.A.D.R.M. AKA, also known as Viva L'American Death Ray Music once described as "old west-meets-60's glam mercenary psych" is the brainchild of Memphis native Nicholas Ray (also a former member of Golden Triangle, ’68 Comeback and the Limes). The rock band has been chugging along since the late ‘90s, pushing against the walls of VU-inspired garage choogle into abstract
New drawings 19 Aug - 06 Sep 11 Opening reception: 19 Aug 11. 6:00 - 9:00 pm
London-based artist Sahar Ghanbari travels from city to city recording things: buildings, objects, bits of minutiae on index cards and tiny sketchbooks. Her work results from a need to process daily information, re-organizing and configuring the mundane in graphic, detailed line drawing that recalls the obsessive cataloging of Bernd and Hilla Becher and rhythmic intensity of Thomas Broome.
Born in Tehran and raised in both Göteborg and London, Sahar is accustomed to the ambiguities of the Stranger in a Strange
$3 suggested donation to RABBITHOLE and the series.
Rae Bryant’s short story collection, The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals is available from Patasola Press, NY (www.patasolapress.org). Her short stories have appeared in BLIP Magazine (formerly Mississippi Review), Opium Magazine, PANK, Caper Literary Journal and Foundling Review, among other publications and have been nominated and short-listed for short story and best of web awards.