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Sep 092014



After Boheme Collectif’s shuttering, Tyler Walker and Mike Kluge began transforming a small East Nashville storefront into their own art gallery, community center, and performance space. They’ve already thrown a few shows at Queen Ave Art Collective, but none as ambitious as Mike Kluge’s continuing series Future Night, which is making its Queen Ave debut tonight at 8 p.m. It’s the perfect time to check out the digs and enjoy experimental and electronic art installations by Tyler Blankenship, David Wright Lagrone, Mike Kluge, and Taylor O’Connor. Performers include Linear Downfall, sugar sk*-*lls, Black Cat Sylvester, Zorch (Austin), and Ava Luna (Brooklyn).

More info on the Facebook event page.

Future Night
Tuesday, September 9th, 2014, 8 p.m., $5
@Queen Ave Art Collective, 178 Queen Ave, Nashville, Tennessee 37207
Park at Post Office or Piggly Wiggly.

Jan 092014


METH DAD‘s Tyler Walker is throwing a “Bring Your Own Projector” party at Boheme Collectif on Wednesday, January 22nd, and he wants you to participate! BYOP is a variation of Bring Your Own Beamer (beamer being slang for projector in Europe), a concept by Rafaël Rozendaal. As the BYOB site says, the idea is simple: Find a place, invite many artists, ask them to bring their projectors. Adan De La Garza threw the first Nashville BYOB in April 2013. Inspired by Adan’s show, I threw another one in September 2013.

Tyler is looking for visual artists to bring their projectors and cover Boheme’s walls, ceilings and floors with unique visual media. The sound on the videos will be muted, so your footage needs to be able to work without a soundtrack. If you’d like to participate, e-mail Tyler at tyler.walker.awesome@gmail.com.

In addition to the projection show, there will be performances by METH DADFine PeduncleChiffonCrayons and Antidotes and The Prophet Nathan.

Doors open at 9 p.m., music at 9:30 p.m. If you’re a Facebook user, you can find out more on the Facebook event page.

Bring Your Own Projector Party
Wednesday, January 22nd, 9 p.m., $5, BYOB (beer AND beamer)

@ Boheme Collectif
919 Gallatin Ave., Suite 8
Nashville, Tennessee 37206

Nov 212013

Future Night

Mike Kluge’s incredible electronic art and music series Future Night is happening again on Saturday, November 23rd at Boheme Collectif. The show includes new art installations by Theatre Intangible participants Zach Adams (CMKT4, Nashville Robotic Philharmonic), Josh GumielaRobbie Lynn Hunsinger, Ryan HoganDevin LampMorgan Higby-Flowers and Tyler Blankenship. The Watkins University Company H artist collective will also exhibit works.

The music lineup features underground legend R. Stevie Moore, the talented experimental artist Dylan Ethier, the electronic rock band Nudity (who are finally getting the national exposure they deserve), Devin Lamp’s immersive 8-piece orchestral rock band The Ascent of Everest and the four-piece rock band Chalaxy.

If you happen to be a Facebook user, you can RSVP and find out more on the Facebook event page.

Here’s a video of the installations at a previous Future Night:

Future Night
Saturday, November 23rd, 2013, 7 p.m.
$5, BYOB

@ Boheme Collectif
919 Gallatin Ave, Nashville, TN

Park in the Boheme lot or at Hairworld next door.

Nov 042013



Robbie Lynn Hunsinger is a Nashville-based musician, multimedia artist, hacker, coder, and all-around amazing person. She collaborated with architect Douglas Garofalo on a Museum of Contemporary Art installation. She’s also a Grammy-winning oboist with the Chicago Symphony. We’re extremely fortunate to have her in Nashville.

On Sunday, November 10th, Robbie is teaching a class on creative coding at Boheme Collectif. If you’ve ever wanted to integrate an Xbox Kinect or Wiimote into your project or learn the software programs Processing and Pure Data, this class is for you.  No prior experience is necessary. This class is part two in a series. If you missed the first class, don’t worry. It’s not a prerequisite. Robbie will do a brief review.

Here are the details:

Creative Code 101 for Makers, Musicians & Artists 
With interactive artist & teacher Robbie Hunsinger
Class fee: $35

Second installment! Beginner class in writing creative code for interactive art and music. Bring in your images, sounds and video and we will explore using them with Processing. Robbie will also introduce Pure Data, another amazingly powerful program that many of us use with sound work. Processing and Pure Data are both cross-platform

What to Bring:

  • Laptop with Processing and Pure Data installed. (Free via the links)
  • Headphones or earbuds.
  • Media files (mp3, mov, jpeg, tiff, etc) for use in class.
  • Webcam highly recommended

Please RSVP on the Facebook event page.

Creative Code 101 for Makers, Musicians & Artists
Sunday, November 10th, 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
@ Boheme Collectif
919 Gallatin Ave.
Suite 8
Nashville, Tennessee 37206