V.27 No.14 | 4/5/2018
Film Review Isle of Dogs Meticulously animated feature is a fantastic(al) journey Akira Kurosawa’s scruffy aesthetic is undoubtedly what’s fueling Isle of Dogs’ creative engines. Feel free to discuss at length—over third wave, cold-brewed coffee, perhaps—whether Wes Anderson’s miniaturization of Japanese culture asks audiences to laugh with or at the stereotypes. Photo by Eric Tillinghast Art Þyngdarljóð: Gravity's Poetry Thursday, July 19: 11am-4pm Richard Levy Gallery
A series of photographs of Icelandic waterfalls by Eric Tillinghast. Each waterfall is displayed in a light box containing internal mechanics that generate light and sound to simulate surging water.
Kids "B-Sharp-ie" Decorated Shells Thursday, July 19: 11am-noon East Mountain Library
Tweens enjoy the tranquility of zendoodling with permanent marker on a beautiful, one-of-a-kind shell. Two shells per participant. For ages 9 to 12. Registration required.
Kids CD Scratch Art Thursday, July 19: 3-4pm Los Griegos Library
Give scratched up CDs a new life with a little paint and some creativity. Make a masterpiece. For ages 13 to 17. Registration required.
Image via Pixabay Kids The Science of Sound Thursday, July 19: 3-4pm South Broadway Library
Learn about the science of recorded sounds. Record a voice straight to vinyl with a restored record cutter and make a record player from paper and a cactus needle. For ages 13 to 17.
Art Trajectory Thursday, July 19: 5-8pm Ghostwolf Gallery
Sean Paul Gallegos' innovative 3D pieces transform everyday items from the trash into objects of cultural significance. Runs through 7/31.
Learn Lapdance and the Art of Seduction Thursday, July 19: 7:30-9pm Self Serve
Learn how to focus on feeling good in your body, finding the sexy and learning how to taunt and tantalize a partner from any position with confidence.
• Distrot CD Release Party 8.18.2018