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This Thursday: An Evening of Culture

Folks, this Thursday looks to be quite a treat, with 3 wonderful happenings goin on..

6-8 PM
Donald Jurney @ Arcadia Fine Arts: 51 Greene St, New York, NY 10013
Donald Jurney is an incredible landscape painter, and will be showing works spanning 30 years at Arcadia Fine Arts.

7-9 PM
Adam Stennett @ 31GRAND: 143 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
Adam Stennett, know for his gorgeously realistic paintings of mice, will be showing new works and a new direction.

10 PM
Schocholautte @ Ottos Shrunken Head: 538 E 14th St, New York, NY 10009
B51 alum Michael P, of Aquaman karaoke fame, will be playing with his band at a Tiki Bar.

Come on out, it should be a fun night!

BODIES: The Exhibition

I while back I saw the Bodies exhibition, and man, was I blown away! I had examined cadavers once before while at college, but this was a far better experience.
The bodies are expertly dissected and preserved, and coupled with loads of relevant information and interesting facts. Most importantly, they didn’t stink. (All water is chemically replaced with a polymer that essentially makes the specimens rubber while completely preserving them.)
The result is an absolutely amazing show that is both beautiful and informative. (Just wait until you see the circulatory system room: incredible!)
If you have any interest whatsoever in learning about this amazing and beautiful machine that we all posess, be sure to go and check out the Bodies Exhibition.

Day In, Day Out

Day In, Day Out

This is the DVD cover I made for “Day In, Day Out “, a short film my friends and I made for the 2005 Filmerica Challenge.

Participants in the Filmerica Challenge are given a genre, character, prop, and line of dialog that must be used. They then have 72 hours to make a 5-9 minute movie.

Chaos ensues. We didn’t get much sleep, but it was a great experience, and I don’t think our movie sucks too much, either. 😉

Check it out for yourself: Day In, Day Out