Monday, June 10, 2013
Machine this Weekend: June 15th – 16th

EVENT : THE SUNLAND DANCERS and Tara Jane Oneil – Welcome
Saturday, June 15th at 6:45pm
At an outdoor location in Lincoln Heights

Welcome is a ritual dance music blessing to be performed by THE SUNLAND DANCERS: Jmy James Kidd, Olive McKeon, Perin Hailey McNelis, Jillian Stein, and Alexa Weir, with sound composition by Tara Jane ONeil. Welcome – Version 2.2 will be performed on a hilltop with the dusty brown backdrop of downtown Los Angeles. This spot is wild and private, a secluded peak inside urban sprawl.

RSVP for event location – audience size is very limited.

This event is part of Machine Project’s Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.

EVENT : Asher Hartman – Glass Bang
Saturday June 15th from 8 – 10:30pm
At a historic home in Laurel Canyon

Update: All performances SOLD OUT! We are currently scheduling more performances for late June, and will offer advance sales to Machine Project members. Stay tuned!

In Glass Bang, artist Asher Hartman’s new experimental musical play, a man becomes so alienated from himself that he is split in two beings, gradually becoming a deity whose creative and destructive impulses have a profound effect on his closest friends. In this two-hour live play, the dialogue unfolds around the viewers who become immersed in the action.

This event is part of Machine Project’s Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.

WORKSHOP : Light-Sensitive Oscillators: Learn to Make Sound Circuits
Sunday, June 16th from 12-4pm

If you’ve ever wanted the ability to control sound with light, then this is the class for you. Make light-sensitive oscillators that you can take home, all while learning about basic electronics, soldering, sound and audio. No electronics experience necessary!

Registration is $75 for members / $85 for non-members. Registration is now CLOSED for this class, but e-mail machine@machineproject.com to be put on the wait list, or to find out about next time we have a class like this.

EVENT : Walking Places: A Walk in Lakewood with D.J. Waldie and Ken Ehrlich
Sunday, June 16th from 1:30 – 3:30pm
SOLD OUT! Click here to be added to the waitlist

Join us for the second installment of Walking Places: A Four Part Series as artists D.J. Waldie and Ken Ehrlich lead a participatory walk through Lakewood. Topics that will be discussed include single family homes, placemaking, and a reconsideration of the suburban landscape.

This event is part of Machine Project’s Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.

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