Thursday, February 4, 2010

First Friday Art Walk

Tomorrow is February's First Friday Art Walk in Portland. As always, Eternal Otter Records will be contributing to the celebration of our city's art and artists.

Naturally, we will be kicking off Building of Song around 5:30 pm. Meander your way through the crowd and to Congress Square to hear live music echoing out of the 5th floor of the Congress Street Building. If you want to get closer to the action, make your way up the stairs of 142 High St and into the Eternal Otter Record Studios. Dominic Lavoie will be playing along with special guest, D. Gross.

Next, make your way across the street to the Hope.Gate.Way (185 High Street), where Panda Bandit Alicia Sampson is hosting her solo show, "I sail oceans in maps". The exhibit will include her collage poster series she created for Tower of Song/Building of Song, as well as watercolor and gouache paintings, drawings, and an experiment in digital collage called Nature in Motion featuring sights from Maine and New Jersey. Alicia also currently has a piece on display at SPACE Gallery's "Free for All" exhibit.

The recently released "The Death, Rebirth & Transformation" vinyl singles series will also be available at Time-Lag Records starting tomorrow. You can also pick up the records at Building of Song and the Hope.Gate.Way. Eternal Otter Records T-shirts will also be available for sale.

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