Caliban Co-op Launch Party

Caliban Co-op Launch PartyCaliban Co-op Launch Party

Sat, Feb 01, 2020 11:00 AM – Sat, Feb 01, 2020 7:00 PM Caliban Co-op Launch Party

IV&B is bringing a big new operation into the space in February 2020. We’re excited to announce the launch of Caliban Creative Co-op. This initial iteration of Caliban will support independent publishing of local writers and zine makers! The eventual goal is to provide resources for musicians and visual artists as well. So check back in for details later this year 🙂

Join us to celebrate the launch, learn more info about becoming a subscriber, and meet Caliban’s creative fellows! This event will showcase a slew of Indy’s talented writers and artists, we’ll have information to share about Caliban’s 2020 event series, a live performance, and much more.

Schedule:

From 11-2 participate in a collaborative poetry and zine making event: the Exquisite Corpse version.
From 2-4 get a tutorial on printing and join us for a brief info session on Caliban’s offerings.
From 4-6 meet Caliban’s creative fellows, participate in an open mic, and catch some live music.
From 6-9 catch live music from Kit Malone! Dana Skully and the Tiger Sharks! & Indian Old School!

11-4 there will be tables hosted by Maria Iqbal, Martin Clinch, Stevie Norman, Chantel Massey of Unlearn, Cambria York, and Li Buszka!

CALBIAN’S CREATIVE FELLOWS ARE:
Alexandria Tuesday Swan
Parker Pickett
Kirsten Kosik
Menlo Parq
Chantel Massey
Evren Wilder
& Stevie Norman

KIT MALONE’s blend of fractured folk, country rock, primitive guitar, urbane social satire, and sad sack songs about love — mostly in the key of G — led the readers of NUVO Newsweekly to vote her Indianapolis’s Best Folksinger in 2006. Her work has also been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered and was part of the online companion to Neil Young’s Living With War. A fixture in the Midwest music scene, Kit has appeared with the likes of The Avett Bros., Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Murder By Death and The Coke Dares. Kit is currently finishing her third album, “big,” her first new music production since her hiatus in 2008. Produced with the support of Saturday Afternoon Housewife’s “Women Supporting Women” project, “big” is headed for a 2020 release date.

Indianapolis, Indiana power pop for 20 somethings. DANA SKULLY AND THE TIGER SHARKS started as a solo project in 2016 and since has released one full-band studio record, Burn Trailer Down, I am Not Coming Back in January of 2019.

INDIAN OLD SCHOOL is a three piece rock band comprised of brothers Parker, Palmer, and Pierce Pickett. Born and raised in Anderson, IN, Indian Old School has been a staple to the central Indiana underground music scene since 2016. Rooted in classic hardcore punk style, they have a myriad of different textures and influences all focused into a noise-drenched grooving doomy psychedelic grungy funky post-hardcore energy detailed by lyrics written in a politically charged post-modern approach and delivered with a forceful existential poetic flair. Indian Old School is rage, passion, truth; visceral songs played in belief of life and the sacred connections between us.

Event tags: Literature, Kid Friendly, writing, Caliban Creative Co-op

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February 1, 2020 11:00 AM
February 1, 2020 7:00 PM
America/Indianapolis
Sat, Feb 01, 2020 Caliban Co-op Launch Party

IV&B is bringing a big new operation into the space in February 2020. We’re excited to announce the launch of Caliban Creative Co-op. This initial iteration of Caliban will support independent publishing of local writers and zine makers! The eventual goal is to provide resources for musicians and visual artists as well. So check back in for details later this year 🙂

Join us to celebrate the launch, learn more info about becoming a subscriber, and meet Caliban’s creative fellows! This event will showcase a slew of Indy’s talented writers and artists, we’ll have information to share about Caliban’s 2020 event series, a live performance, and much more.

Schedule:

From 11-2 participate in a collaborative poetry and zine making event: the Exquisite Corpse version.
From 2-4 get a tutorial on printing and join us for a brief info session on Caliban’s offerings.
From 4-6 meet Caliban’s creative fellows, participate in an open mic, and catch some live music.
From 6-9 catch live music from Kit Malone! Dana Skully and the Tiger Sharks! & Indian Old School!

11-4 there will be tables hosted by Maria Iqbal, Martin Clinch, Stevie Norman, Chantel Massey of Unlearn, Cambria York, and Li Buszka!

CALBIAN’S CREATIVE FELLOWS ARE:
Alexandria Tuesday Swan
Parker Pickett
Kirsten Kosik
Menlo Parq
Chantel Massey
Evren Wilder
& Stevie Norman

KIT MALONE’s blend of fractured folk, country rock, primitive guitar, urbane social satire, and sad sack songs about love — mostly in the key of G — led the readers of NUVO Newsweekly to vote her Indianapolis’s Best Folksinger in 2006. Her work has also been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered and was part of the online companion to Neil Young’s Living With War. A fixture in the Midwest music scene, Kit has appeared with the likes of The Avett Bros., Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Murder By Death and The Coke Dares. Kit is currently finishing her third album, “big,” her first new music production since her hiatus in 2008. Produced with the support of Saturday Afternoon Housewife’s “Women Supporting Women” project, “big” is headed for a 2020 release date.

Indianapolis, Indiana power pop for 20 somethings. DANA SKULLY AND THE TIGER SHARKS started as a solo project in 2016 and since has released one full-band studio record, Burn Trailer Down, I am Not Coming Back in January of 2019.

INDIAN OLD SCHOOL is a three piece rock band comprised of brothers Parker, Palmer, and Pierce Pickett. Born and raised in Anderson, IN, Indian Old School has been a staple to the central Indiana underground music scene since 2016. Rooted in classic hardcore punk style, they have a myriad of different textures and influences all focused into a noise-drenched grooving doomy psychedelic grungy funky post-hardcore energy detailed by lyrics written in a politically charged post-modern approach and delivered with a forceful existential poetic flair. Indian Old School is rage, passion, truth; visceral songs played in belief of life and the sacred connections between us.


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