Begin (Again) – Wallace Richard Mills – Art Exhibit


BEGIN (again) Exhibit- Wallace Richard Mills
Artist Wallace Richard Mills – SVA (School of Visual Arts -NY) Alumni, Formerly Global VP for world renowned DC Shoe Co., Supra & Etnies. Currently, he lives and works in Long Beach. He has for the past decade been building his collection of abstract collage-like Photograms. Which will finally have their first debut into the world of art this Ma.

Art Opening – Saturday May 12th 2018 7-10pm
with Special Guest Tobin Yelland – showcasing some of his publications http://www.tobinyelland.com/ he is a world renowned skateboarder & Photographer – he has shot for the New York Times, Hyperbeast, Fender, Calvin Klein- also photographed Justin Bieber, Henry Rollins, Jason Lee & been featured Yerba Buena Center of the Arts, Institute for Contemporary Art, & Dazed & Confused Gallery in London.
Plus – full bar open for your imbibing pleasure.
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MADE Story Telling Hour(s) April


If you like The Moth, Snap Judgment, This American Life and other story telling show and events or just love a good autobiographical story … Join us on April 20!!! We have a guest curator each month, featured speakers AND open mic story telling at the end. This event is always free to attend, open to the public to all ages. We also have a bar open for your imbibing pleasures.

This month’s story telling event is guest curated by
Steven Deeble – The theme is ‘Food and Community’.

“I wanted to explore different perspectives on the relationship. Each of the speakers represents a different aspect – from the cultivation of food by-and-for the community and the challenges of running a community garden, to the preparing of meals shared by groups, where food from different cultures might be combined in new ways, to the way a community forms around a coffee house and how that presence can affect the evolution of that community.”
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My Art Show

Between April 4th and April 27th –
ANYONE can bring in ONE piece to exhibit.

Culminating in a reception on Sat. April 28th
With full bar and special guests

Watch the show evolve … 6th – 29th!

RULES:
Anyone can bring in one piece.
Must be an original piece of art you created.
Must be no larger than 24”x36”. Must be hang ready.
2d and 3d objects must be self standing and no larger than 12”. Piece must remain up til the end of the show.
We encourage you to price your piece for sale (keeping in mind that gallery takes 40% commission of the sale).
Must have your name on the back of piece.
Must check in with staff upon dropping off.
We will display.

All pieces subject to refusal for any reason.

PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE
DO NOT CALL THE STORE WITH QUESTIONS … stop on by!

FREE 2 hour parking is located in the parking garage on 3rd street, right hand side, just before Pine Ave. (no validation required)

original illustration used for My Art Show poster by Corey Wolford 🙂

the MADE Story Telling Hour(s)


If you like The Moth, This American Life, Snap Judgement, Serial …or just love authentic storytelling, this is the place for you. Always free to attend, always an open mic story telling slot at the end for you to tell one of your stories and always a full bar … to get you loosened up and hydrated. Table seating and standing room. All ages.
SEE BELOW FOR LIST OF FEATURED SPEAKERS

Join us on March 16th from 7 to 9 pm.
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Wild Chive Vegan Pop-Up Thursday Night Dinner

Join us for dinner! Yes, you heard right the Wild Chive is now open for dinner every Thursday night from 5pm to 9pm starting on February 22, 2018.
Dining in a unique setting, our 4,500 sq ft show room, surrounded by local art and culture.
Full, table service dinner, and full bar are open 5pm-9pm.
FREE 2 hour parking is always available in the City Place parking lot on 3rd street just before Pine Ave.
The Wild Chive vegan is here for dinner every Thursday and for brunch every Sunday. We recommend you come early, and stay and shop after