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There was NO WAY that we weren’t going to close the year off right and what better way to do so than with the incomparable – Bruce Lee.
Join us next Tues for our final CAN I KICK IT? of 2018 / feat The Big Boss starring Bruce Lee / Tues Dec 18th / @Songbyrddc / 6 – 10 PM / No Cover.
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Despite all of the moving parts that came with conducting CAN I KICK IT? at The Kennedy Center, we also decided to conduct our SOUND PATTERNS Art Exhibition, the day before, which would feature art inspired by The Warriors movie. The exhibition went well.
We featured six artists from previous SOUND PATTERNS shows and one new one, which included Nick Tha 1da, Makeba Rainey, John Ortiz, Brody Rose, Josue Martinez, and Kojo Boateng. The show, which will be on display till December 20th at the Victor L Selman Gallery (3305 8th St NE), is of a cohesive yet unique variety with some artists also drawing from personal experiences to help drive their pieces. A viewing of the show is via appointment only: Mon-Fri 10 am – 3 pm and Thurs 10 am – 7 pm. If interested email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our SOUND PATTERNS exhibition also provided an opportunity for us to connect with fans who both could and could not attend Saturday’screening while also serving as a platform to educate people who were unfamiliar with our event at The Kennedy Center, which led to last minute ticket sales – ultimately leading us to selling out the Terrace Theater.
Thanks to everyone who attended, Calabash Tea & Tonic for providing the munchies and some refreshment, El Silencio Mezcal for providing the cocktails, and Red Bull for providing the additional flavor.
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For this to be our first CAN I KICK IT? where we screened a TV series as well as it being the first time that we included an intermission, things couldn’t have gone better. And to add to that, seats were filled on both floors which had Terry non-stop on the bar.
Thanks to everyone who attended, props to Crochet Kingpin who held down the pop-up shop, and thanks to Songbyrd for hosting.
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Did our walk thru of the newly renovated Terrace Theater, @KennedyCenter, and we got a chance to map out our staging and lighting design, which for us, is still pretty surreal, but we’re ready.
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With the success of our Ninja Vuitton design, we asked Late Night Genius to update it and they did so by designing a new ninja form that has a more grittier look/feel and with this version (A) also including hip-hop cultural references that tap into our brand DNA.
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Join us for our next CAN I KICK IT?, where we’re returning to anime and screening the cult TV series Samurai Champloo. This will be the first time that we’ll be screening a TV series and we’ll be featuring episodes 1-4. For more info/RSVP click here.
We had a good time shooting this impromptu video two weeks ago at Coney Island. The wind and traffic on the boardwalk were no joke, but it was worth it.
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While in NYC we also checked out the first of a monthly event series produced and held at MoCADA. If you’re unfamiliar with MoCADA, The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA), through visual and performing arts, incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.
The current exhibition features works from Langston Allston (illustrative works) and Demond Melancon (Native American inspired bead work). To check out more pics click Read the rest of this entry
We got a chance to hit Coney Island recently and we’ve got something special that we’re about to drop in anticipation of our CAN I KICK IT? event at The Kennedy Center feat “The Warriors” (12.8.18).
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