Thursday, February 5, 2009
This Weekend in Baltimore:
THURSDAY February 5:
YO! The Powers of Love in 3D
Work by the multi-talented Charles Theater employees. Opening tonight - 7-9pm
Charles Theatre Workers Art Wall, 1711 North Charles Street.
FRIDAY, February 6
Based on a Neil Gaiman novel, Directed by Henry Selick. This highly anticipated animation was filmed entirely in stop motion, and shot for screenings in 3D. Look for theaters around town showing in BOTH regular and 3D - starting Friday!
LOS SOLOS - Susan Alcorn & Clyde Forth
The LOS SOLOS Series is an innovative monthly series of solo performances by groundbreaking female artists. The series presents the solo performance work of female dancers, musicians, writers, filmmakers, conceptual artists, theatrical performers, performance artists, and curators.In the city known for it’s collaborative zeitgeist, the LOS SOLOS Series hopes to in addition recognize the strength of it’s solo performers. curated by visual artist Jackie Milad and musician/writer Bonnie Jones.
First Fridays in Hampden!
Come visit your favorite neighborhood shops in Hampden tonight. Many are open late into the evening, and many serve free snacks & drinks to enhance your shopping experience! Shop local!!!!
SATURDAY, February 7
El Rancho Grande turns One!
El Rancho Grande is that unassuming coffee shop on the corner of Falls Rd. and 36th Street that for the first half year in business... you may not have been sure exactly what it was. The shop now hosts some of the best folk and acoustic music performed in our fair city as well as curating art openings and providing a place to get late night coffee and play board games. Benefit Concert for this little slice of music heaven. Caleb Stine, Wye Oak, ellen cherry, Andrew Girmm, Tim Bracken, Macgregor Burns and The VCR, Katie Feild, Stephen Strohmeier, Kathy Fahey, and Young Sir Jim.
8-11pm - Metro Gallery. 1700 North Charles Street, Baltimore. $20
Mise en Scene
Stemming from the theater, the French term mise en scène literally means "putting on stage." When applied to the cinema, mise-en-scène refers to everything that appears before the camera and its arrangement – sets, props, actors, costumes, and lighting.
Mise-en-scène also includes the positioning and movement of actors on the set, which is called blocking. These are all the areas overseen by the director, and thus, in French film credits, the director's title is metteur en scène, "putter on scene."
Paperwork Gallery 107 E. Preston Street 7-9pm
SUNDAY, February 8
Crafts and Kisses
An indie craft fair just in time for Valentine's Day! Buy something shiny, fluffy, smooshie or sweet for your loved one.
12-6pmat the Josephine Butler Parks Center at 2437 15th St NW, Washington, DC.