Friday, March 2, 2007

Early March Hatch Notes & News

Sunday, March 4, 5pm-7pm. Cafe 1923, 2287 Holbrook, Hamtramck.


Saturday, March 10!
2pm - midnight
Crafty Bitches Blowout Booth
Art Factory, 10022 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck
Our local screenprinting friends, June and Nate, have offered us booth space at their day-long craft sale. Stop in, say hi, and support local art and business!

5pm - 8pm
Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School
Cafe 1923, 2287 Holbrook, Hamtramck.
A Saturday Sketchy, scheduled to coincide with our Hatched! opening. Two models will be posing for us, and it's still only $5 to draw (additional donations are always welcome, of course) Details here

7pm - 10pm
HATCHED! Opening Reception
The submission deadline has passed and pieces and the jury process is currently underway. Spend some of Blowout Saturday with us and see what made the cut! In addition to the aforementioned Dr. Sketchy, guitarist Jere Stormer and a live DJ will be on hand for the evening's entertainment. Economic Developer Erik Tungate will be giving a quick talk as well. Watch for our post cards and posters around town!

Sunday, March 18
Hatch Concert Number One
New Dodge Lounge, 8850 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck.
The benefit concert originally slated for last month has been rescheduled and promises to be bigger and better than preciously planned. There will be a general Hatch meeting beforehand, then we'll open the doors to the public. This will be the first of what we hope to be a monthly series of concerts featuring local bands performing original music. Admission is $10 for the general public, $5 for members. Stay tuned for details.

Saturday, March 24, noon-3pm
Ferndale Gallery Crawl
Meet at Cafe 1923 at 12 pm, we will plan our route and carpool from there. Tentative stops include the Susanne Hilberry Gallery, the Lemberg Gallery, and Paul Kotula's gallery. Hang out afterwords for conversation and a bite to eat.

Two new faces joined us at the last meeting:

Carlos Gonzalez is a photographer. He exhibits his work in group and solo shows and fairs locally and beyond.

John Nagridge studied printmaking at WSU. He exhibited regularly in the past, but has been artistically dormant in recent years. A Dr. Sketchy attendee since our very first show, he's started returning to his artistic roots.


Phase One of the building assessment is nearly complete. Phase Two will involve developing a workable floor plan and getting bids from contractors.

We have an education committee in place and 6 committed teachers who have offered to teach Saturday workshops. The inaugural lineup, in no particular order, will be:
Drawing (Instructor: Jide Aje)
Making Minicomcs (Instructor: Matt Feazell)
Songwriting (Instructor: Todd Luneack)
Creative Writing (Instructor: Renee Tambeau)
Printmaking (Instructor: John Nagridge)
Watercolors (Instructor: Laura MacIntire)

Classes will take place at People’s Community Services, 8625 Joseph Campau, Stay tuned for course dates.


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