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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Events: Machine Project This Weekend

Machine Project (1200 D North Alvarado, Los Angeles, CA 90026, 213-483-8761) has some excellent events scheduled for this weekend. Something for everyone. The Music Learning event on Sunday night intrigues me the most. I am all about participatory music. Music should be an active process, not passively listening to other's music.

From Machine Project Newsletter ...

We have a busy weekend. Friday is a book release party for conceptual housepainter Bernard Brunon, Saturday we have twelve hours straight of music movies, and Sunday we are hosting a Learning Music event that culminates in a performance by all attendees (including you!). Read on for more information, or just stop by and see what happens.




THATíS PAINTING Book release party
Friday Feb 27th from 8pm to 10pm.
FREE

Please join us at Machine Project to celebrate the release of THATíS PAINTING a new book on the work of conceptual house painter Bernard Brunon. This event will be accompanied by Music To Watch Paint Dry By, arranged by our current artist in residence Emily Lacy, and a slide show of walls previously painted by Mr Brunon.




Great Music Films
Saturday Feb 28th from Noon until Midnight
FREE

Stop on by for a full day of music films at Machine, curated by Emily Lacy. Weíll have some uncomfortable plastic chairs and a few comfortable bean bag chairs for you to sit in. Feel free to bring snacks, drinks, pajamas, sleeping bags, cushions, hammocks, sofas, futons, etc. Free. Featuring Pete Seeger, Will Oldham, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and more




Learning Musicís Music Learning Workshop
Sunday March 1st 8pm
FREE

John Wood will lead the audience in an interactive lecture, teaching a few pieces of music that will culminate in a massive live performance. Participants are asked to bring a small instrument (especially if you have a small, battery-powered keyboard) for the occasion; members of Learning Music will be on hand to teach and play. We will try to have extra instruments around for anyone who canít bring one. Anyone attending the event should be prepared to participate in group singing, clapping, or easy instrument-playing. No prior experience is required.



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