Ned Oldham and others at C-FOOT, films at the Tea House

February 7th, 2012 · 2 Comments · By

I’ve just received word about an interesting show tonight in an unusual location:

Ned Oldham (of Old Calf, Anomoanon, Palace Brothers) is singing duets with Alex Caton, with “No Quarter records artist Nathan Salsburg fingerpicking acoustic guitar.”  The show is at “C-FOOT Art Space,” which is a spot I’m not familiar with. My instructions read: “1108 W.Main – go up the stairs and keep walking back till you see it” and a quick lookup reveals that C-FOOT is the space above Studio Art. Anyhow, it might be a really fun thing to check out. I believe they’re also doing a preview of this show on WTJU this afternoon, as special guests on “Walk Right in” which is airing… right now. Ned adds: “Tickets are $10 ($5 for CFOOT members).  CFOOT studio is a nice, homey place above the Studio Art Shop; it seats about fifty people.  Free coffee and cookies with the price of admission.” That’s between 8pm and 10pm.

There’s also a touring filmmaker at the Tea Bazaar tonight; a fellow named Gabriel Goldstein (whom I’m told has some sort of Monkeyclaus connection, and is presumably a former local?) is presenting “the Mayonnaise Eater and Other Stories” — pressed for details, Andrew from the Tea House says “Gabriel screens and shows his high-concept, no-budget short films.” I’m guessing this is actually a video screening, rather than “film” proper, but if the guy’s actually lugging around a 16mm projector that would be a nice surprise. Not sure if there’s a cover charge, but bring a few bucks. Starts at 8pm.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 James // Feb 8, 2012 at 11:56 am

    too bad about that $10 cover charge — my dinner party of 8 were all set to walk over there together until the news broke about how much it cost!

  • 2 ghostfacekillawhale // Feb 8, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    you want old-timey music, you’re gonna pay new-fangled prices!