Monday, November 24, 2008
Thursday, November 20th, Kapacity Entertainment and Ridgefour Clothing threw a One Love special event at Babylon Nightclub.
ART was for sale featuring amazing artists from the greater Toronto area...
Diamond Brenton Panther, DBP
Ottawa Local artists
with a live performance by
CROUP (NEW ALBUM OUT NOW)
& music was provided by
DEE JAY FRAME
Ridge Four - Red Army
Here is what you missed...
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Thursday, November 6, 2008. Lifetime Collective teamed up with Keep A Breast. An exhibit to help with the battle against breast cancer. The night included the breast cast gallery, customized shoe auction (by PF Flyers Shoes), live music and entertainment, as well as a Lifetime sample sale and all proceeds went to Keep A Breast. A non-profit organization who’s mission is to through the use of art events, fundraising, and educational programs, to increase breast cancer awareness in our youth culture to help them with their future choices about their long-term health and well-being.
Lifetime Collective is a Vancouver based clothing retailer that seeks to, “promote the passion and creativity long-driven by artists, musicians, skateboarders, snowboarders and free-thinkers of all sorts.”
In this particular art event, Lifetime Collective has created a number of plaster casts of torsos that have been distributed to local artists. The finished designed casts will be distributed and displayed with the Spring ’09 collection at selected Lifetime retailers across North America.
One of the casts that was on displayed is by good friend Melodie Papp, a fine artist who is soon to be graduate of Sheridan College. The painted cast is titled ‘lionhearted’ and will be auctioned off along side the artists of the Lifetime Collective. More of Melodie’s work can be viewed at www.melodiepapp.blogspot.com.. On Friday November 21st Melodie is also having a Gallery show at the Jerome Jenner Gallery in Toronto, more information can be accessed at www.jeromejenner.com or through facebook.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Red Bull is looking for wax to exhibit in the museum.
Rules & Regulations
If you think you can create a piece of art with an old record, Submit your work before November 30th. The best entries will be exhibited at the opening night of the Red Bull Wax Museum at Norml clothing.
Take any 12 inch vinyl record, new or vintage, and use it as your canvas. Art has to be done on one side of the vinyl only. Artists can use any type of materials to realize the artwork, There is no restriction. By November 30th 2008, the vinyl must be dropped off to:
RED BULL WAX MUSEUM
c/o NORML CLOTHING
184 Rideau Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 5X6