1. Why isn't there a new Silent Barn yet? What's going on with that?
The Saga of The Sweet Spot: Silent Barn Ice-cream Shop that Wasn't: Live and Learn
2. What are you doing?
“Actually, it's Ridgewood”
is happening soon, in May.
It'sorganized by The Queens Museum of Art.
Silent Barn will be participating by organizing our Public Meeting #2 around that day. Here's some investigations about Ridgewood that the QMA's Director of Public Events, Prerana Reddy, dug up last month
They spoke with Joe about Gotscheer Hall at the Silent Barn's last Public Meeting, the video for which is at the bottom of Prerana Reddy's Ridgewood investigation. Here's some more info on the first Public Meeting
Brandon Zwaggerman will be the chef for the evening, helping organize the panel around Ridgewood Arts Organizations and how they've engaged with the surrounding community. His email is email@example.com. Feel free to reach out to him directly with questions or to brainstorm on this thread here on ideas for Silent Barn's Public Meeting #2!
INTRODUCING NEW CHEFS
We are knighting new project leaders!
B the Artist is a full-service artist consulting and management company dedicated to providing the highest quality support and advice for independent artists.
B The Artist is founded on the principle of DIY and encourages artists to take control of their career and create the business with minimal work and maximum performance.
Chris Urriola: soundcloud.com/dubfriendly
Educated in Music Business and Management at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Chris is both an accomplished musician and a dedicated audio/ visual artist.
His work has been heard by thousands throughout the US and Europe, where his reputation took a quantum leap in the Greek Summer Festivals of 2010, with the Dub-Electro outfit Direct Connection. In the US, Chris plays bass on a regular basis with the international touring act The Mike Scala Band and Brooklyn's own, The Bottom Dollars.
I have put out several mini-comics, and been published in anthologies such as True Porn 2 and I Saw You. And was co-editor on the Girls’ Guide to Guys’ Stuff. I am also a co-founder of the Nerdlinger Awards.
3. Where is my shirt?
We have not forgotten about our wonderful kickstarter supporters and we promise your donation rewards are in process. We've hit a bit of an road block in the production, but we're back on track and appreciate your patience! We're working hard to get them in your hands as soon as possible. If you would like to volunteer to assist in production, coordination, distribution, etc. please contact us!
We finished the sticker designs thanks to the skills of Rob!
PHOTOS FROM THE ARCHIVES
The Gang Font feat. Interloper @ Silent Barn, Brooklyn/Queens NY, 21 Apr 2007
Have pictures from old silent barn shows? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or post them on SHHHbarn and we'll all talk about the good old days!
For more in depth info. Read our minutes:
ABOUT THE LOGO ARTIST
Reg Bloor is a member of the Glenn Branca Ensemble and of THE PARANOID CRITICAL REVOLUTION, the latter of which performed at The SIlent Barn in 2007, 2010 and 2011.
To make the next Silent Barn newsletter logo, please email me at email@example.com!