above $2 artwork by Pellet
KALEID Gallery & the Two Buck Tuesday Crew presents:
TWO BUCK TUESDAYS – June 16th
An all day $2 art sale and quirky speaker series (6-8pm) on the third Tuesday of the month.
12noon – 8pm: $2 art all day
6pm -8pm: interesting people speaker series- 10mns each, with additional performances and demos before and after the speakers.
Lacey Bryant will share some of the most unique pieces from her 10 years in the making Pez Collection. From a 1950’s Pez gun that shoots the sugary pellets at you to the promotional collaboration between Pez and a drug company, Lacey’s ecclectic knowledge on all things Pez will amuse and astound you.
Elise Lippin â€“ A mandala meditation using two of her latest works as meditation focal points. â€œMandalaâ€ is a Sanskrit word meaning â€œhaving essenceâ€ or â€œcircle-circumference.â€
Reuben Rutledge â€“ PhD candidate at California Institute of Integral Studies and Madison Whoâ€™s Who Member of the year and Hall of Fame, delivers an anthological anthropology of traditional cannibal tribes and their historic emergence.
David Perez has led spoken-word workshops, organized Junot Diaz’s recent reading, founded the San Jose Poetry Slam at MACLA, and unassumingly done an incredible amount to support San Jose spoken word. Known as a thoughtful and engaging poets, he’s currently finishing a Master’s degree in writing. David will talk about what makes spoken word unique and important, and lead us in a writing exercise.
Also featuring delicious cupcakes and homemade chai courtesy of Tony at Good Karma Vegetarian Restaurant.
Before / after speaker series performance by:
Clayton Morales – with a background in classical/romantic guitar, Clayton has recently decided to pursue music full time fitting in best with the modern acoustic scene. Often being compared to Jack Johnson, Claytonâ€™s warm soothing vocals will wrap you in a cocoon of smooth sultry wooâ€¦.
To see past Two Buck Tuesday events, visit: http://u.nu/5vua
88 South Fourth Street (@San Fernando/next to Flames Restaurant)
Downtown San Jose
Free & open to the public!