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Eulipia Performance Salon 1st Anniversary Finale Gala

October 1, 2007

Eulipia Performance Salon 1st Anniversary Finale Gala

October 2nd, 8PM (sharp)

 

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Walter Kitundu

Please join us for this night of celebration and reflection.

Since October 2006, Eulipa/Knot Frum Hear has featured some of the Bay’s innovators in the worlds of word and music and continues to explore alternative spaces through performance, sound, and vision.

This gala event, that marks our 1st year and the end of our residency at The Luggage Store Gallery, brings together many of the profound artists that have visited our shores over the past year.

Past performers Kwan Booth, David Boyce, Rebecca Cross, Walter Kitundu, D. Scot Miller, Janaki Ranpura, and giovanni singleton will explore artistic styles including poetry, puppetry, performance art and soundscapes that stretch from noise to jazz.

“The Eulipia/Knot Frum Hear Performance/Salon is part of the Luggage Store’s fostering a space for multimedia and other works that bypass the prevailing avant-garde status quo.”

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The Eulipia Series is a monthly exploration of collaborative performance art that interweaves musical improvisation and the recitation of poetry and prose. This event features a unique “salon-style” forum for comment and participation.

Oaklandartists.com

Eulipia Performance Salon 1st Anniversary Finale Gala

Luggage Store Gallery

1007 Market Street

San Francisco, California

October 2nd, 8PM (sharp)

$6-10
No One Turned Away Due to Lack of Funds

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