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Art Reception and [REC] 2 Preview

June 30th, 2010 · No Comments

Art Reception for printmaker Daisy Eneix – Friday, July 2nd – 5:30PM-7:30PM

Come and join us for a glass of wine and some snacks, and admire first hand the art of printmaker Daisy Eneix. We’ll be showcasing the work done by Daisy’s in the medium of handmade paper. Her work hearkens back to the age-old technique of brass rubbing, with a distinctly modern twist. Please join us to meet the artist in person, and pose your own artistic questions to her. Visit her site and see more.

Daisy Eneix was born and raised in NYC where she studied painting and drawing at the School of Visual Arts and worked for an extraordinary scientific illustrator. She received her BA from Oberlin College in Studio Art, Art History & Anthropology and her MA from San Francisco State in Creative Arts. She has been printmaking for 20 years and has exhibited internationally. In her ever-evolving body of artwork, Daisy explores themes of topography, intimacy, innocence and risk. As a member of the Graphic Arts Workshop and the California Society of Printmakers, she dreams of forming a gang of renegade printmakers who utilize non-traditional methods to create innovative images. Daisy also teaches art to children and adults, hosts art events, writes, models for artists and practices aikido.

Pre-release screening of [REC] 2

Friday, July 2nd, at 7:30PM

No need to RSVP – but first come, first seated!

(85 mins.) (this movie is rated R, and is not suitable for children under 17 – really!)

The highly anticipated sequel to one of the scariest films of all time (and remade in the US as Quarantine), [REC] 2 picks up 15 minutes from where part 1 left off. It is also a stand-alone, but starts off back in the quarantined apartment building where a terrifying virus has run rampant, turning the occupants into mindlessly violent, raging beasts (yes! ZOMBIES). A heavily armed SWAT team and a mysterious government official are sent in to assess and attempt to neutralize the situation. What they find inside lies beyond the scope of medical science — a demonic nightmare of biblical proportions more terrifying than they could have possibly imagined. Above all it must be contained, before it escapes to wreak havoc on the unsuspecting world outside. — Magnolia

This film is not yet released; it opens to the public on July 9th

Suggested donations for film nights is $5; drop a bill in the donation box, or buy a drink! ALL proceeds and tips go to Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California.

Tags: Art · Jul 10 · Movies