Saturday, June 18, 2011

*SUBSTRATES* - a group show @ UnSmoke Systems Gallery - Braddock July 30th 2011

July 30th 2011
@ UnSmoke Systems Gallery - Braddock

*SUBSTRATES* - a group show

*Featured Artists*:

*Strawberryluna* -
A silk screening power house from Pittsburgh

*MODESTo!* -
Silk screening, collages, hand drawn awesomeness

*Shannon Gustafson* -
Photography, detail, detail, detail!

*Stephanie Towell* -
Assemblage & Collage

*Emil Industries* -
A new silkscreen artist in Braddock

*Featured Performers:*

*Hooley* - Pittsburgh's premier Traditional Irish Music band,
brings alive the ancient and contemporary tunes and
songs of Ireland, with flute, whistle, concertina, banjo,
guitar and percussion. And a little poetry thrown in for
good luck. Get ready to dance, or just kick back and
enjoy. 7 til 8pm

*Paul Dang* - 720 records
House to hip hop. Erase your expectations.

*Tom Cox* - what you feel
Disco/house and everything inbetween

*C-Town* - Rocking Horse Gallery
Experimental sounds

*Low Space* -
Down tempo goodness

*Pizza Oven - 6 til 7pm
Free event poster for the first 50 guests
Visual installation by C-Town
720 Records booth*
Free event*
21+ to drink and/or byob
starts at 6pm

UnSmoke Systems Gallery
1137 Braddock Avenue
Braddock, PA 15104
(415) 518-9921

*FB event page*:!/event.php?eid=167720103288455
*UnSmoke Systems*:
*contact email*:

Thank You to all our sponsors and artists: Miller, 720 Records, Funk
Rocking Horse Gallery, four play music, Stephanie Towell, MODESTo!,
Strawberryluna, Ray Werner & UnSmoke Systems!!


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