[Noisebridge-discuss] Flash Mob Seeks Performers this Sunday
johnyradio at gmail.com
Sat Mar 2 20:07:54 UTC 2013
Check it out:
*Date? *Sunday, March 3rd.
Location? *Meet at West entrance to "Heart of the City Farmers Market",
Fulton and Hyde
Cause? *"In celebration and joy we gather to imagine the future we want
to live in..."
Description? *Join in the spontaneous celebration, a tribute to the future.
Need? *musicians, street performers, actors, and especially *handcrafted
Music? *The musicians can play anything they want, hopefully not 'just
noise' but that would probably be fine too. There is a separate part
that is orchestrated and composed that will be brought in and then out
during a brief mob within the mob.
chloe at 49farms.org
The intention of this Flash Mob is a brief, but amazing, orchestrated
event celebrating a joyful future that we are building as Urban Farmers
with 49 Farms and all of our partners. It is indeed the weekend that
half of Hayes Valley Farm is being shut down, and we are celebrating the
joyful creation of so many other farms, legacy projects and cultural
transformations that have occurred in its short time in SF. There will
be cameras capturing the event and a group of actors/tourists performing
as if it they are time travelers from the future and are helping us
realize the positive world we are trying to build. The whole thing will
be less than 30 minutes, starting shortly after 11am.
Jay Rosenberg, Director of Hayes Valley Farm, will be at the location
specified and will guide the movement of people and other orchestrated
pieces including folks like yourself who are interested in joining in
You are invited to join in the celebration, to play your part or
instrument, or just witness it.
After the event, many participants going to Hayes Valley Farm for the
volunteer day, 12-5pm. It is optional, recommended, and amazing, but not
at officially affiliated with the event in any way.
"Stick It In Your Ear!"
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