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B-Side Artists present 6th Annual Showcase at CityArts Factory

June 20, 2013
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B-Side Artists present 6th Annual Showcase at CityArts Factory

Returning are established names including Chris Tobar, SKIP, Swamburger, Neo-Soe, Lucy Furs and many more; new to the team just in time for this annual event are Boy Kong, Wolfrich, Kittens of Industry and Crummy Gummy.
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Death by Pop-Up Shop closing party tonight

December 29, 2012
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Death by Pop-Up Shop closing party tonight

Now the party’s over, and with it all of the yoga, photography classes, stencil cutting, T-shirt screening, painting marathons and movie nights will end … until the guys find a new place to perch.
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Death By Pop-Up Shop hosts photography workshop with Geoff Decker

October 27, 2012
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Death By Pop-Up Shop hosts photography workshop with Geoff Decker

Orlando photographer Geoff Decker invites pro/am snappers to bring their camera, as he’ll cover a wide range of photog basics.
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Chris Tobar: Unmasked opens at Twelve21 Gallery

August 17, 2012
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Chris Tobar: Unmasked opens at Twelve21 Gallery

This show (Twelve21’s 17th, by the way) displays new techniques beyond Tobar’s spray/stencil beginnings and follows new twists in the Man in the Mask’s ongoing story.
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Artists needed to fill 80 easels on Pine Street

August 10, 2010
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At the Aug. 19 Third Thursday, CityArts Factory opens the What Moves You? “interactive installation art exhibit”and it’s gonna take over Pine Street. They’re closing it off to make room for one particularly big piece, which led to a Swamburger/Tobar inspiration: Unity Street Painting Live. We share the invite: “We need 80 artists (painters)...
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