16 September 2008

This Thursday......


Art Walk

HUB-BUB will be participating in a new downtown art event with the Showroom open from 5-7pm and a presence on Morgan Square.Make plans to attend the first Art Walk Spartanburg from 5 to 9 pm. In addition to The Showroom (from 5-7pm), Spartanburg Art Museum and Carolina Gallery on Morgan Square, visitors will discover three new galleries on Main Street.

Myst Gallery at 154 West Main St.,

Artery is opening at 172 E. Main St. and next door to Artery will be Crescent Gallery.

An opening reception will be held for an exhibit of new work by our own Alix Refshauge at Carolina Gallery from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

Art Walk Spartanburg will return every third Thursday of the month with all events being free and open to the public.

"From Here to Awesome" Showcase Film Festival.

FREE FILM 7:30pm

"From Here to Awesome" is the brainchild of Arin Crumley, a filmmaker who did a three-week residency at HUB-BUB in May 2008. *17 and over admitted.

FEATURE Meditate and Destroy: A feature documentary about punk rock, spirituality, and inner rebellion. This powerful documentary shows how author Noah Levine (Dharma Punx, Against the Stream) uses his personal experience and punk-rock sensibilities to connect with young people within juvenile halls and urban centers around the country. Tattoos, motorcycles, and an engaging punk rock soundtrack are featured in this hardhitting look at how Buddhism has a place in the world of punks.

SHORT Soledad Is Gone Forever: Part of the Cannes Film Market- Short Film Corner in 2007, this is a spellbinding, visually stunning, psychological drama that explores the chilling consequences of political persecution through the eyes of Soledad Gonzalez, a young Chilean photographer living in San Francisco.


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