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Hinterculture Co-Founder Karyl Newman was invited to share research from her Beinecke Fellowship at the Llano Community Association's Annual Potluck.
From 1pm on Saturday, May 3rd, guests from near and far traveled to Llano del Rio, parked and were shuttled to the event, welcomed by Karyl Newman and Cindy Rehm, given a map and program designed by participant Steven Fiche describing where screenings, installations, tours and performances took place throughout the afternoon.
Cindy Rehm and Karyl Newman hosted an event at For Your Art in Los Angeles to celebrate and appreciate the contributions of Squaring the Circle's participants. Attendees shared a meal and enjoyed screenings of Judy Branfman’s The Land of Orange Groves and Jails and Mady Schutzman’s Dear Comrade.
Could Curbed LA incline artists to the Antelope Valley?
With the help of our comrades, Hinterculture and Craftswoman House raised $2810 to support our temporary exhibition to mark the 100th anniversary of the Llano del Rio Cooperative.
Hinterculture and Craftswoman House received amazing proposals from artists, choreographers, dancers, filmmakers, historians and musicians.
Hinterculture and Craftswoman House launch an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for Squaring the Circle: A Llano del Rio Centennial
Hinterculture and Craftswoman House issued a call for proposals for our project marking the centennial of the Llano del Rio colony on May 3rd, 2014.
The final product of DEHSART's first AVIDTF grant, the illegal dumping public service video aired on the city of Palmdale's local access channel 27 and featured the 2013 grant cycle's winning CTA - REPORT.
Created for an education presentation about Illegal Dumping, and inspired by Alyce Santoro's Sonic Fabric made of re-purposed cassette tape, Karyl Newman collected a couple of e-waste-d tape players (thanks Jason at the Lancaster HHW recycling center!) and hacked the play heads. We find cassettes and VHS media dumped in the desert all the time. An illegal dumping bumper sticker holds the magnetic tape in place while scratching the playhead.