The Pussy Talks on Tour

Sunday, February 15, 7pm.
Tickets $10 available at the door

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An Evening on the Art and Science of the Pussy
For Women and Men.

An eloquent Pussy Talk experience with Mukee Okan beyond the status quo discourse about Sex and Pussy.

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What makes each woman’s intimate sexual anatomy unique?

With much larger-than-life images you will discover the most elegant distinctions between the 5 basic types of Pussy.
You will learn about the differences between the structure of the lips, the distance between the clitoris and opening to her cave, the hooding, location of the G-spot and more.

Becoming more acquainted with her pussy as a living breathing entity enhances a woman’s sexual well-being and dramatically increases her Pussy Power.
And for all: Increase your knowledge of how to give more pleasure to the Pussy.

Mukee3Presenter – Mukee Okan: Your Orgasm’s Best Friend
International Sex Educator and Artist

Her extensive experiences includes —
* initiation in a traditional Tantric lineage since 1984;
* Certified Surrogate Partner with IPSA since 1995 (International Professional Surrogates Association based in California, USA)
* Quodoushka Spiritual Sexuality teacher
* providing sexual programs and services to thousands of clients since 1994.

She recently appeared as the sex educator in the documentary, The Vagina Diaries that aired on ABC2 Australian National TV.
Mukee’s internet radio show, Sex and the Divine Design, reached a global audience of over 60,000 listeners.
More at SexandtheDivineDesign.com

Mukee has been an exhibiting artist in the Alwun House Exotic Art Show for over a decade.

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Noche Erótica: Feb 28

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Saturday, Feb 28

7:07pm – 11:11pm Tickets $10 adv $15 door





An evening for our Spanish speaking brothers and sisters.
Boletos por adelantado 10 dolares, 15 en la puerta. TEXTEAR AL 602 849 8715. y al 602 696 62 54. Poesia, toda la poesia del mundo, Monologos de la vagina, canciones muy, muy romanticas, arte, teatro, vino tinto INCLUIDO, bocadillos afrodisiacos, cuerpos pintados,
Sergio Herrera
Mujer Divina Frida Sofia
Ernesto Moncada
Eleniux Cejaa
Jorge Perez
Concepcion Jimenez
Linda Camarata
Meli Quintans
Miguel Ángel
Pedro Cruz Olivera
Chavos Pinstripes
Jennifer Ortiz Moreno
Alma Jarosz

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Mystic Circus: Fri. Feb 27

8:30pm door 9:30pm show – Save $$$, Buy your tickets now, click on image below.
OrderOfFoolsThat’s right folks Rush and his cast of bandits are again set to take the stage at the Alwun House in The Mystic Circus’ return to grace. After Rush’s near death experience he has acquired over $100,000 dollars in debt. Here is what you can do to help- Come to the show, have a great time and tell your friends…. I know I know we ask so much from you. This show will be a big turning point in the future of the Mystic Circus so please tell EVERYONE!

Starring: Rush Hicks
Tabitha Kelley
Marissa Melon
Vanessa Ferrales
Natalie Bell
Lily Blackwood
Life Suspended
Chris Beverly
our super special guest all the way from Philly P.A.
Scarlet Checkers
and others tba.

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Erotic Poetry & Music Festivus

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Third Friday, February 20

7pm Door, 8pm Performance
$15 door

An eclectic night of lust, passion, pain and love in poetry, song and vaudeville variety acts with a poetic anthology featuring over 35 local artists! This non-stop extravaganza features the Valley’s crème de la crème on two stages deliciously packed with a fusion of bawdy poetry, music and titillating performance artists. Showcasing the broadest range of eclectic scintillating performances, comic lust-filled poetry, musical flights of fancy and racy performance art. Also on exhibit in Gallery, is the Exotic Art Show 31. Two floors of uninhibited works by over 50 artists in various media.

Catch many of the Valley’s best artists and performers under the stars in the most historic of all downtown venues, with more than 43 years of uninterrupted activity!

This event has something for everyone. Please be aware that mature subject matter shall abound. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres. Kahlua Coffee specials. Cash Bar. 21+

Co-hosted by “Ernasty” Moncada, Kevin Patterson, Pete Petrisko, Wisdom Soul, Cleopache.

MAIN STAGE PERFORMERS:

Tom Tuerff: Singer-songwriter and beloved entertainer with an extensive career that has seen a plethora of diverse stages throughout the nation. new CD “This is So Wrong.” tomtuerff.com
“Ernasty” Moncada: Writer of stuff and performing junkie (with subtitles option included), producer of various local shows including Firestage and Arcana Cabaret.
Kevin Patterson: Renaissance man of many facets, the most recent being the creation of “The Arthouse”, a locally grown on-line sitcom finishing its first season.
DJ Catalyst (Arron Kelly; w too?), Steve Caballero cabby480@yahoo.com, Korina Skoge.

Haley Ritter: A yummy, free-spirited activist with a niche for ASL interpretation.

Dani Garrity – Glendale poetry dame, host of the long-running open mic event “Words in the Alley”.
Beth May – A multi-talented force of nature, involved in many local projects including Arcana Collective, The Arthouse and First Friday Night Live.
Brandy “Brandelicious” Phoenix – Singer/songwriter who speaks of halcyon dreams through her guitar while dancing veiled in verbal bouquets tickling the senses.
Neil Gearns & Heather Smith – She is a soulful poet and dedicated painter, he is a witted storyteller and comedic performer; together they form a powerful creative entity.
Jack Evans & Judy Green-Davis – Joined in their mutual love for poetry, community and each other, both writers are a constant source of inspiration and quality work.
Ashley Naftule writer/performance artist. Space 55 ensemble member, produces the annual H.P. Lovecraft Birthday Party at the Trunk Space and often performs at Lawn Gnome Books’ PEP Rally.
Lauren Perry – Slam poet, zombie beauty queen; since 2006, has crafted her own signature style of sex-plicit performance poetry of modern love and sexual freedom.
Leslie Barton: Comedy, performance art, music; nothing is sacred. Leslie doesn’t care about your comfort, only her desire.
Katrina Rainsong
Kryas Hester
Emily Cimino
Molly Bridget Dean
Heady Hoop Tribe
Merilyn Jackson
Ryan Avery

WEST GARDEN STAGE PERFORMERS:

The most intimate Stage is set to bring a mix of sassy soul beat poetry, music and dance.
Hosts: WISDOM SOUL, the original sensual cipher extraordinaire, And Venerable Phoenix Poetess, CLEOPACHE

Wisdom Soul, Exotic-Erotic Poetry Host
James Peshlakai, Soundstage
DjScapegoat Andy,Turntablist
Mariana Riley “Of the Earth”
Jack Evans & Judy Green-Davis, Poets
Aniyah Alzumei, Poet
Joe Montano III, Poet
Deborah Berman Montano, Poet
Paul Dlouhy, Poet
Hydroxia Gryphon, Poet/Vocalist
Dagger Pan, Guitar-Slinger/Vocalist
Vic Void, Percussion Noize
Katrina Rain Song, Exotica Art Performance
Crystal G. Love, Belly-Dance
Crimson Phoenix, Fire-Dance
Kryas Hester, Live Painting

art credit: Glenda Folk, Boxed In, oil

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Third Friday December 19

Musicians Showcase

Former Friends of Young Americans

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Alwun House is proud to present the return of Former Friends of Young Americans to their hometown (Phoenix) after a stint in Kentucky and touring off through Europe.
$5 Door opens 7pm performance starts at 8pm
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LIGHTHOUSE Opening Illuminati Night

First Friday, December 5

Haymarket Squares

First Friday, Dec 5 – Tickets available at door – $15 – Doors open at 7pm
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Hip, hot concert, featuring Arizona’s finest purveyors of punkgrass, where righteous anger meets strong 4-part harmonies and bluegrass instruments for a surprising moshpit hoedown!

Miscowski_WGallery and stage come alive with hyperbolic infused interactive light installations creating a transcendent aesthetic experience. ASU Neon Art Club demonstrates glass bending. Musical hijinks, Dance, sing-along, more art, and luminosity. Prize for “most creative” illuminated attire. Light Refreshments, Cash Bar, 21+.

First Friday, Dec 5 – Tickets available at door – $15 – Doors open at 7pm

Come play in the glow of Lighthouse at Alwun House. With gallery lights off, all artworks play on the theme of illumination – an eclectic electric exhibit. Light up the Holidays, with luminous art installed throughout Alwun House gallery and into the gardens, creating a warm and fuzzy atmosphere. Landy Headley co-curator invites guests to bask in the warm glow of self-illuminating artworks from over 25 artists: light boxes, furniture, shrines, sculpture, black light, neon, video, lamps, and an interactive light installation. Works display imaginative integration of mediums, functional and conceptual. Leave with a glow.

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November Third Friday with Linda Bilque

Musicians Showcase
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Linda Bilque
and the Lucky Band

Linda_band_MedSongwriter and fingerstyle guitarist Linda Bilque has played throughout the U.S. for over 20 years writing songs about the people she meets along the way and telling the stories of life along the road. Linda’s heart felt “low country music” is perfect for those who enjoy a great cast of characters set to haunting melodies. Backing her up is the Lucky Band: Hannes Kvaran, Rochelle Raya and James Sallis. FYI: LindaBilque.com


PLUS

Skunk Creek Railroad

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Skunk Creek Railroad explores American roots music (folk-rock, country-rock, blues, rowdy bluegrass, reggae, etc.) covering a wide variety of upbeat or soulful acoustic and acoustic-electric tunes influenced by artists such as Bob Dylan, The Band, Neil Young, the Grateful Dead, Gram Parsons, the Beatles, the Byrds, Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Old Crow Medicine Show and a host of others. Original material is also featured. The band simply enjoys making music and invites its audience along for the ride! FYI: skunkcreekrailroad.com

 

$5 Door opens 7pm performance starts at 8pm
More information TBA

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Mystic Circus – 2nd Saturday, Oct 11

Eclectic Urban Adventure under the Alwun House canopy.

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Rush the Clown is brutally ripped from his show when he makes an unsightly deal with the Devil. This is the first Mystic show EVER not hosted by Rush Hicks, the show must go on and supersede expectation beyond their leaders wildest dreams. Welcome to hell, folks… Because that is where the show begins. The Devil brings in her hellish subjects to entertain the masses on Earth. Straight from Hell returning cast members: Candy Bandit Candy DeMon, with her provocative tease that will not allow you to look away. Tabitha Kelley, even hotter than before, will burn your little faces off as she draws you in close with her hypnotizing aficionado. Also, never seen before on the Mystic stage, Balthasar Bones with his theatrical devil sticks performance and by far the youngest member ever to touch the Mystic lips, Scarlett Xander and her beloved colostomy bag. Returning as the Devil: Marissa Melon.
Live music by Allison Galbreath. Art and Refreshments.

Doors open 8:30pm – Show starts 9:30 PROMPT!
Tickets $15 at door

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Dreams, Meditations and Every Day Connections Continued

July 8-25

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by Florence Flynn

New works create a celebration of color and form, her sculpture and painting express a natural spiritual connectivity. Florence Flynn received BA at Kansas City Arts Institute, and Masters at University of Lincoln Nebraska, Flo Flynn recently retired from teaching art at PUHSD, and now releases her passions creating new works.

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July Third Friday Musicians Showcase

Forrest&Gail

Third Friday, July 18, $5 7pm

Forrest Smith Rock’n Blues Show brings the house alive with special guest Gail Phoenix, on saxophone, Native American flute and vocals. A veteran musician deeply embedded in Arizona Blues/Rock scene, Forrest Smith singer/guitarist/songwriter/bandleader, received wide radio airplay for original hit, “Arizona Blues.” On view in Gallery, are paintings and sculptures by Florence Flynn. Door opens at 7pm, performances start at 8pm Refreshments available.

Website: http://www.musicbyforrest.com/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qybSUZ1684Q

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Salon des Enfants 2014

April 4 – 11

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First Friday Afternoon Opening

Celebrating 20 years, this exhibit of innocent student art is presented by Phoenix Elementary School District #1 Art Teachers, selecting their “best of” student artwork for this annual juried exhibit. Kids receive 100% of each $20 piece.

April 4, First Friday

afternoon, 3 – 6pm,

Opportunity to nurture today, a future artist, while experiencing exuberant youthful creativity and performances of student bands, choirs and dance ensemble groups and family. The public is invited to stop by after work, and enjoy this exceptional “feel good” show, and make the day of your child within. Popular naive art sells right off the wall, quickly replaced with more. Punch and Cookies served. free

 

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Erotic Poetry & Music Festivus

Erotic Poetry & Music Festivus

Friday, Feb 21

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The Phoenix core crème de la crème; from poets, musicians, comics and performance artists on two stages. Non-stop program featuring the broadest range of eclectic scintillating performances, comic lust-filled poetry, musical flights of fancy. Something for everyone. Discretion; Mature subject matter. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres, Kahlua Coffee specials, Cash Bar. 21+

A scintillating evening of eclectic talents, with a full program that features more than 30 acts in two simultaneous stages (Main and West Garden), where tunes, words, songs, fire and body movements reign supreme!

Tickets $15 door
ADVANCE TICKET SALES ARE OVER.
Tickets will be available at the door.

Main Stage Acts:
8:00 – Welcome by hosts “Ernasty” Moncada & Kevin Patterson. Introducing ASL interpreter Haley Raynbo!
8:10 – Tom Tuerff (music)
8:25 – Dani Garitty (poetry)
8:35 – Dwayne Holmes (comedy)
8:45 – Beth May (poetry)
8:55 – Ben Jammin’ (poetry)
9:05 – Jared Squee (performance art)
9:15 – Brandy “Brandelicious” Phoenix (music)
9:30 – Neil Gearns & Heather Smith (poetry)
9:45 – Jack Evans & Judy Green-Davis (poetry)
10:00 – Ashley Naftule (performance art)
10:10 – Genevieve Rice (stand-up comedy)
10:20 – Nikki G (poetry)
10:30 – Lauren Perry (poetry)
10:40 – Katrina Rainsong of Firelight Entertainment (dance/performance art)
10:55 – Matt Micheletti (stand-up comedy)
11:05 – Expat, featuring Amy Ouzoonian & Patrick Hershey (music)

West Garden Stage Acts:
Fire: Heather Edgar, Music: Fable Farren Fen & Robert Anderson – interesting, Monica Rivas, Dagger Pan, Hydroxia Gryphon, Tracy Thomas, Paul Dlouhy, Vic Void; Poets: Carol Hogan, Joe Montano III, Deborah Berman, Wisdom Soul, Jewel Blackfeather.

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MAIN STAGE BIOS
* Kevin Patterson: Renaissance man of many facets, the most recent being the creation of “The Arthouse”, a locally grown on-line sitcom finishing its first season.
* “Ernasty” Moncada: Writer of stuff and performing junkie (with subtitles option included), producer of various local shows including Firestage and Arcana Cabaret.
* Haley Ritter: A yummy, free-spirited activist with a niche for ASL interpretation.
* Tom Tuerff: Singer-songwriter and beloved entertainer with an extensive career that has seen a plethora of diverse stages throughout the nation.
* Dani Garrity – Glendale poetry dame, host of the long-running open mic event “Words in the Alley”.
* Dwayne Holmes: The self-proclaimed world’s hottest theatre major; former cast member of First Friday Night Live.
* Beth May – A multi-talented force of nature, involved in many local projects including Arcana Collective, The Arthouse and First Friday Night Live.
* Ben Jammin’ – Fearless performer in spoken word, sketch and stand-up, also cast member of First Friday Night Live.
* Jared Squee – Radical writer and performance absurdist, ranging from the revolutionary to the revolting, from animal sounds to purple prose; unlimited nomadic experimentation.
* Brandy “Brandelicious” Phoenix – Singer/songwriter who speaks of halcyon dreams through her guitar while dancing veiled in verbal bouquets tickling the senses.
* Neil Gearns & Heather Smith – She is a soulful poet and dedicated painter, he is a witted storyteller and comedic performer; together they form a powerful creative entity.
* Jack Evans & Judy Green-Davis – Joined in their mutual love for poetry, community and each other, both writers are a constant source of inspiration and quality work.
* Ashley Naftule – Man of multiple faces including playwright, puppeteer, actor and performance artist; member of the Arcana Collective and the Space 55 ensemble cast.
* Genevieve Rice – The “classiest lady of local stand-up” who performs all over the Valley and produces successful on-going comedy events like The Snark Show.
* Nikki G. – Erotica poet who sets poetry on fire and can often be seen performing with her amazing band ReVerbin Blu.
* Lauren Perry – Slam poet, zombie beauty queen; since 2006, has crafted her own signature style of sex-plicit performance poetry of modern love and sexual freedom.

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30th Phantasmagorical Spectacular Exotic Art Show Opening

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Friday, Feb 14, 2014, Valentine’s Day

7pm door. Tickets $25 door

ADVANCE TICKET SALES ARE OVER TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR ON A FIRST COME BASIS.

Experience a total immersion in multi-sensory, unabashed flights of fantasy with evocative, uninhibited art and performance at every turn. Fueled by word of mouth, tickets go fast to opening night, at the first art house and gallery in Downtown Phoenix.

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Eye-poppin’ phantasmagoria and heart-thumpin’ performances on two stages, including two floors of erotic-exotic art and roving performers, body painting. Complimentary decadent delectable edibles, champagne, Hpnotiq drink specials, cash bar. Guests are invited to “dress for success” – however they define it. Fetish attire welcome,

Downtown arts pioneer, Alwun House, pushes the exotic experience even further with its much anticipated opening. Over 50 artists’ passions push the envelope even further in a variety of media.

Exotic Art Show Performance

Performances and Staging

Celebrating our 30th Exotic Art show: Show chanteuse Hillz Thrillz with Sonorous as Mistress of Revelry. Romantasy Cabaret turns up the heat with line-crossing, gender-bending and other ocular-pleasing burlesque with acts like “Requiem for a Dream-Manny” interpretive dance by a male transitioning to female, and Buffalo Bill-Visa’s hilarious strip tease as the infamous Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs. Threeow in provocative performance artists La Goosie and Lauren Perry; ritualistic fire and passion, Bedouin Tribe. Edgy digital artist John Knott melds revelers and performances into a breathtakingly sensuous phantasmagorical experience. Climatic fetish suspension showstopper by “Life Suspended,” celebrates their 20th anniversary. Eclectic musical mix by Downtown Phoenix’s uber hot tablist, DJentrication. Throughout, Mark Greenawalt paints bodies, adding the cream to this year’s crème de la crème performances.In the West Garden’s “FlamingDicks” Lounge features The Exotic Jazz Quartet, with lads and lasses rigged and bound.

Exotic Art Show Performance “Exotic Art Show,” the longest running Exotic/Erotic exhibit and performance series in the country, turns 30, on Valentine’s Day, 2014. Conceived as a fundraiser in 1984 by the late revered arts provocateur, Rudy Turk (Alwun House Foundation Board Member, and ASU Nelson Fine Arts Museum curator), has grown to benefit artists in the thousands, including many of today’s respected established artists and performers.

To use a ballet company metaphor: Exotic is Alwun’s “Nutcracker” of a fundraiser: 100% of proceeds benefit non-profit Alwun House Foundation’s proven record transforming community through the arts, since 1971.

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Paw Prints

January 17, 2014

Paw Prints

Benefiting Gabriel’s Angels whose laudable mission is to deliver healing pet therapy to at-risk children, nurturing their emotional development and enhancing the quality of their lives forever.
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The benefit will be offering a variety of local artwork, with all proceeds benefiting Gabriel’s Angels and the at-risk youth they serve. Our unique pieces range across price, style and media, including paintings, photography, and mixed media.

Tickets are $20 for adults and children under 18 are free. The event includes live entertainment by Tres Lunas, plus delicious snacks, refreshments and alcoholic beverages for adults. For every ticket purchased, you’ll be entered into our raffle for fabulous prizes. You’ll be sure to gain a unique and beautiful item for your home or office while spreading the word about our healing pet therapy.
Purchase tickets online in advance to secure your spot!

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LIGHTHOUSE

December 6 – January 3

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Come play in the glow of Lighthouse at Alwun House. With gallery lights off, artworks must play on the theme of illumination – an eclectic electric exhibit. Light up the Holidays, with luminous art installed throughout Alwun House gallery and into the gardens, creating a warm and fuzzy atmosphere. Bask in the warm glow of self-illuminating artworks from over 25 artists light boxes, furniture, shrines, sculpture, black light, neon, video, lamps, and an interactive light installation. Works display imaginative integration of mediums, functional and conceptual. All arts shining in a darkened room.

January 3, 2014

First Friday

LIGHTHOUSE – Lights-Out Artists Party

8pm

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LIGHTHOUSE Opening

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Fri, Dec 6, 2013
Opening Illuminati Party

$7 adv, $10 door – 7pm – on.
Get your glow on at Lighthouse 6 Opening Night The electrified Lighthouse 6 opening night features celebratory dance, music, self-illuminated art and revelers attire aglow.. Highlighting the nights entertainment is the whacky pop band with cult-like following, Less Pain Forever, and performance artists, glow in the dark body painting, installation interactive to viewers’ cell phones, ASU Neon Club and James White neon glass bending demonstration, and hot drums of fire.
Light Treats, Cash Bar, Most Creative Illuminated Attire Prize.

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NeitherWorld

November 1 – 15

 

NEITHERWORLD

By Lindz Lew & Tony Goeke

Exhibit by noted artist Lindz Lew, known for her eerie dichotomies and juxtapositions of various animals personified with humanoid characteristics. Characters are brought to life with excellent craftsmanship producing an awe inspiring exhibit full of mystery and intrigue. Lindz Lew’s work captures the blurred boundaries between the conscious and the subconscious. Dreams and memories coexist in the human mind and can often be confused once awake. In her work, just as in our dreams, she explores fears and phobias, needs and desires. Dreams can manifest themselves upon waking and be mistaken for memories, distant and unclear. Dreams and memories coexist in the human mind and can often be confused by the conscious mind. Memories become misshapen and skewed as time passes just as dreams do upon waking, my pieces interpret this coexistence and represent this confusion. Also exhibiting is Tony Goeke, a tattoo artist.

Squidling Bros Circus

Friday, November 8

The Squidling Brothers Circus

7pm door. Tickets available tonight at door $13
The Squidling Bros. Circus introduce a whole new entourage of rock and roll sideshow freaks on their annual cross-country fall tour. Phoenix area acts join the action under the canopy of Alwun House. The Squidlings combine ribald comedic performance with some of the most amazing, graphic and often flinching sideshow feats. Though some of the stunts may be hard on the eyes, counteracting the bizarre is their ribald humor. The Squidling Bros. have performed with Primus, Exploited and Circus Contraption. They have appeared at The Bohemian Carnival with Vau De Vire Society, The Coney Island Rockabilly Festival 2008-10, The World Steam Punk Expo in Detroit 2010, Opatijske Barufe Festival in Croatia 2011, Theatre Bizarre 2009-12 and The Amsterdam Tattoo Museum 2012.

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The Squidling Brothers Circus

Friday, November 8

The Squidling Brothers Circus

7pm door. Tickets available at door $13.

The Squidling Bros. Circus introduce a whole new entourage of rock and roll sideshow freaks on their annual cross-country fall tour. Phoenix area acts join the action under the canopy of Alwun House. The Squidlings combine ribald comedic performance with some of the most amazing, graphic and often flinching sideshow feats. Though some of the stunts may be hard on the eyes, counteracting the bizarre is their ribald humor. The Squidling Bros. have performed with Primus, Exploited and Circus Contraption. They have appeared at The Bohemian Carnival with Vau De Vire Society, The Coney Island Rockabilly Festival 2008-10, The World Steam Punk Expo in Detroit 2010, Opatijske Barufe Festival in Croatia 2011, Theatre Bizarre 2009-12 and The Amsterdam Tattoo Museum 2012.

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Netherworld

November 1 – 15

 

NEITHERWORLD

By Lindz Lew & Tony Goeke
Nov 1 First Friday Opening

Exhibit by noted artist Lindz Lew, known for her eerie dichotomies and juxtapositions of various animals personified with humanoid characteristics. Characters are brought to life with excellent craftsmanship producing an awe inspiring exhibit full of mystery and intrigue. Lindz Lew’s work captures the blurred boundaries between the conscious and the subconscious. Dreams and memories coexist in the human mind and can often be confused once awake. In her work, just as in our dreams, she explores fears and phobias, needs and desires. Dreams can manifest themselves upon waking and be mistaken for memories, distant and unclear. Dreams and memories coexist in the human mind and can often be confused by the conscious mind. Memories become misshapen and skewed as time passes just as dreams do upon waking, my pieces interpret this coexistence and represent this confusion. Also exhibiting is Tony Goeke, a tattoo artist.