What’s it called and where is it?
It is a bar and it is located in San Francisco. The bar program is directed by artist and curator Brion Nuda Rosch.
Who goes there?
Neighbors & Intellectuals. Artists and Non-Artists
How does it work?
It’s a bar. It works like a bar. You stop by for a drink. You talk. You play songs from the Aquarius Records curated jukebox. You talk more. You watch films played silently on Wednesdays. You put peanut butter on your ankles and Jaws I, II, III, & IV are playing on the flat screen TVs, the sound when Jaws is about to attack is heard and the neighbor’s dog licks your ankle, you jump from your seat and spill your properly made Old Fashioned. You are part of a happening.
Why is it important?
Because talking about art with only artists is boring. And experiencing art only in art spaces is also boring. A place to meet and gather. A place for a happening.
As a SF based artist — I’m glad they posted this; I plan on checking it out soon! SOUNDS AWESOME.