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SURE TO RISE Dunedin Chch Earthquake Benefit 2/3/11

SURE TO RISE ~ Christchurch Earthquake Benefit

Time
02 March • 19:00 - 23:30

Location
AS IS Performance Space
377a Princes Street
Dunedin, New Zealand

More info
Music, Poetry & Art with

Hamish Kilgour (The Clean, NZ / Mad Scene, NYC: music & art)
Gary Olson (The Ladybug Transistor, NYC: music)
David Eggleton (mesmeric poet/performer/writer)
...Pamela Gordon (reading of beloved Janet Frame's poetry),
Alastair Galbraith (The RIP, Plagal Grind, A Handful of Dust, more),
Peter Gutteridge & Mike Dooley (rare appearance ~ NZ super duo),
James Dignan (for total immersion ~ music:),
Ljinon Manson (3 Guesses from AK: music),
Grant Ramsay (aka 'Swampy' ~ aural delights)
Theo Angell (experimental films ~ NYC),
Claire Beynon (her amazing poetry books for sale),
Khamzin Tribe Belly Dancers
Jet Moon aka Paula Brand (mixed media art, London)
Shawn Marie Hardy (mixed media art, USA)
April Dolkar (photography, USA / NZ)
& More ...

Ven. Lhagon Rinpoche, Ven. Nyima Dorje, Tibetan Monks ~ Opening Dedicatory Prayers at 7 sharp


AS IS Performance Space
377a Princes Street (Upstairs near Chipmunks)
Wednesday, 2 March, 7 pm start
$10 Suggested Donation

Proceeds to: RED CROSS and a portion to ~
SPCA Canterbury Earthquake Animal Relief Fund

Huge Thanks to everyone who is a part of this, for giving of themselves so generously...
and Jimmy Currin for kindly sharing AS IS Performance Space :)

If anyone has a few candles, please bring them along for our dedication...Thank you!

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Art work on site will be available for purchase.
If you have artwork to offer: drop off ~ 12:00 - 12:30 pm, wed. only ~ must be 'ready to hang' on picture rail.

Please let us know if you would like to participate too ~
Help needed, got an idea how you might contribute? :)

11 am Wednesday - "hey to all musicians involved: we can use an amplifier or two for the evening. please post here if you are bringing one and willing to share. bring whatever you have...thanks!!"


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*In Addition ~ A collection van will be outside on night of show: Please bring non-perishable foodstuffs; baby food/formula; feminine, toilet & sanitising items; dust masks; wheelbarrows; pet food, food bowls, old blankets, pet toys, etc; water; batteries; & candles - to send up to ChCh:) Thank you all!


ENDS

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