TWO BUCK TUESDAY, May 18th 2010 6:30-9pm

$2 Art Sale and Quirky Speaker Series

KALEID Feature Artists Shannon Amidon & Centa Schumacher will talk and answer questions about their current solo shows, Efflorescence & Preconscious (respectively).

Amie Frisch, the director of Veggielution, a nonprofit Community Farm on the East Side of San Jose, will talk about the importance of growing our own food in the city, and the trials and tribulations that go along with it.

Profs. Burke and Saturday present A Night of Zoological Edification. Prof. Burke will expound upon strange and unusual animals whilst Prof. Saturday illustrates them before our very eyes!

Omar & Deb Barba of Canvas Ghost Productions present How to Throw your own Art Party! will amaze us with the ins and outs of organizing, publicizing and hosting an art event in your own home!

PLUS:
Pick the brains of Anno Domini‘s Cherri Lakey & Brian Elder.

Shannon Amidon will provide an interactive demonstration of her camera-less photographic process, giving us a chance to learn how her unique lumen prints develop. Participants will be able to take home a lumen print of their own creation!

The San Jose Yarnbombers will be hosting a stitching circle. All knitters/crocheters are welcome to show-off and work on their projects!

Music by Troy Curtis

Coffee by Red Berry Coffee Bar
Free Ice Cream & popsicles courtesy of the Two Buck Crew!

Live Art by:
Michael Foley
Michael Borja
Chris Kisler
Michelle Waters
Lara Sophia
Matthew Seigel

Limited space will be available if you would like to drop in with your art supplies and create along with them!

TWO BUCK Tuesdays is an all day $2 art sale and evening quirky speaker series that happens on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.

See past events- flickr.com/photos/phantomgalleries

KALEID Gallery
88 So. 4th St. (btwn Santa Clara & San Fernando)
Downtown San Jose, CA 95112

www.KALEIDgallery.com
 408.947.1785

Facebook: www.facebook.com/kaleidgallery
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/KALEIDgallery

Parking: street metered parking (free after 6pm) or 4th St. Garage (@San Fernando) $3 after 6pm.