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Sounds For An Other Tomorrow—An Evening of Utopian Music

Wednesday, Jun 25, 2014  7pm–8:30pm iCal

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Kelly Marie Martin at the Santa Monica Museum of Art's Cause for Creativity: Tour da Arts, 2012

Join us for a night of music performed in the spirit of utopia. Kelly Marie Martin, Erin Schneider, John Schneider—members of the Llano Del Rio Collective—present three short programs:

Kelly Martin shares the Southern California legacy of Woody Guthrie, leading a sing-a-long of music Guthrie composed and broadcast from LA radio station KFVD.

John Schneider and Erin Schneider (father and daughter) play a retuned 19th century pump organ and adapted viola to a slideshow of Robert Forrester’s chemical microphotography. Their experimentation with instruments and images exists outside of standard musical tunings and perception.  

About Llano del Rio Collective:
Since 2010, the Llano Del Rio Collective (LDRC) has produced guides to Los Angeles and distributed them for free to county residents. LDRC guides include A Map For Another L.A., Scores For The City, An Antagonists Guide To The Assholes of LA, and Utopias Of Socal. The guides map a path for Angelenos, directing them towards a creative exploration of the city—led by sympathy, physicality, antipathy, and desire; rather than hatred, commuting, grin-it-and-bear-it, and ambivalence. They chart a city that begins to conform to our spiritual, intellectual, and actual imagination of it. As per the mission of the Llano Del Rio Collective, the guides hope to “ expand cultural, social, and political imagination of Los Angeles”, and “aim to frame practices, rather then be a practice.”