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    The Somerville Arts Council presents Bike Salon: The Intersection of Bikes and Art Curated by Jacy Edelman Location: Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue,
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      The Somerville Arts Council presents

      Bike Salon: The Intersection of Bikes and Art

      Curated by Jacy Edelman

      Location: Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville

      When: Wed., March 27, 7:30-9pm

       

      What do you get when bicycles and art cross paths? Skunk, Against the Grind,
      and Bikeyface will lead us on a wheeling adventure that intersects comics,
      robots, road culture, documentary filmmaking, lasers, blogging, choppers and
      More.


      About the Speakers

       

      SCUL-ture and Sculpture
      Skunk speaks of SCUL: bicycle chopper gang, and
      Skunkadelia: art made
      from upcycled bike parts. Skunk has been transmogrifying trash-picked
      bikes since 1996. The awe-inspiring chopper Cloudbuster will be on hand for
      show and tell.

      Against The Grind: Rachel Wiederhoeft and Jessica Barnthouse
      Against The Grind will discuss documentary filmmaking while living on
      bikes. How do you find a film subject in the middle of nowhere? How much film
      production equipment can you reasonably bring on a bike tour? When do you
      film and when do you just let the experiences happen? Questions like these will
      be covered; along with clips from our documentary series they produced while
      pedaling 3,500 miles across the United States.

      Bikeyface
      Bikeyface is a hilarious, and sometimes irreverent, web comic about biking in
      the city. Bekka Wright will talk about how she uses her cartoons to entertain,
      educate, and raise the profile of biking for normal transportation.






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