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Exit Through The Gift Shop

Saw a poster for this (Banksy’s Exit Through the Gift Shop) and was intrigued.  Sorry, Sacramento hasn’t been deemed cool enough to get a showing.

heArt for the Kids

Later this month, Shane Grammer of SG studios is taking a team of artists to Svay Pak, Cambodia to paint murals with girls who were either rescued from or in danger of being forced into prostitution.

He is throwing a fundraising art show on April 8, 2010 that will include a silent auction of some of his work, along with the work of Aman, Jenvy Fox, and many others.  There will also be musical interludes by Dusty Brown, special guests, cocktails, food and a good vibe.

Above is part of one of the paintings that will auctioned off.  Shane explains some of the inspiration behind it below: Continue reading

For Second Saturday Painter Ryan Seng’s Blind Tiger Exhibition at Sacramento’s Shady Lady Saloon

One of Dumbworld’s favorite painters, Ryan Seng is having his Blind Tiger Exhibition, Saturday, April 10, 2010, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, at the Shady Lady Saloon and Mahony Art Loft, 1409 R Street corner of R and 14th, Sacramento, California.

We worked with him on Natasha Kmeto’s video for Drunk Dial.  More on Ryan here, but don’t click on it if you are easily offended. Oops, I knew that would get you to click on it.

Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter Showing at MOBS on Easter- Oy Vey!

Vampires are in and all, but Dumbworld is probably going to burn for this one.  Cult film, Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter is showing at MOBS in Sacramento on Easter Sunday, April 4th, 2010. 7:30 PM, Admission: $5.00, The Guild, 2828 35th St, Sacramento, CA 95817.

from MOBS

Combining kung-fu action with biblical prophecy and a liberal dose of humor, the film teams the Savior with Mexican wrestling hero El Santos against mythological horrors and science gone mad, and also manages to address contemporary sexual politics. Oh – and it’s a musical.

Sacramento Metro Edge Night with the Kings and April Second Saturday Pre Party

For young professionals in the Sacramento area, watch the Kings versus the Clippers on April 8, 2010 with Sac Metro Edge for $19.50 for upper level tickets.  Your tickets include a special pregame mixer with Kings Senior VP of Business Operations John Rinehart, who will discuss the “Business of Pro Sports.”

Halftime show by Sacramento artist, David Garibaldi (I remember when dude used to paint at Fox and the Goose and had just quit his job at a bank, to paint fulltime.  A great story).

Deadline to buy ticket is April 1st.  The mixer is for Sac Metro Edge members only.  More information on membership here.

Also, Sac Metro Edge is having a Second Saturday Pre-Party at the MARRS building (20th and J Streets) on April 10, 2010 from 5-7pm.  It is free to guests of Sac Metro Edge members.  Go here for more information.

Scoring a Film

For some reason this really interested me.  Matt Mariano, performing and recording the score to Made In China.

Update: Just saw some additional scenes from Made in China, and producer James Choi spoke on the film.  Was shot on the HVX200, won the grand prize award at SXSW, was shot for “a little more than $10,000” and got a distribution deal.  Just shows what you can do with a good story.