June 16th, 2011

The Look Ahead: Fat Tony at Fitz, FIND Art at War’Hous, MOE 131 at War’Hous and Extremely Shorts

It’s a Thursday. And as it is with every Thursday, it feels like Friday. Don’t jump the gun. You still have an entire day to devote to you work before you get to have some fun in the sun. Today we bring you a big heap of culture that be going down this weekend. Enjoy.

Fat Tony, B L A C K I E, Ipod Ammo and Muhammadali at Fitzgerald’s

Where: Fitzgerald’s – The Heights [2706 White Oak Dr., 77007]
When: Thursday, June 16th | Doors at 7:00 PM
How much: Free for 21+ | $5 for Non-Drinking-Agers
Scoop’d from: Paul

Originally, the show tonight was supposed to feature Ninjasonik, but they canceled. The show shall go on with a stage filled by Houston hip hop impresarios Fat Tony and B L A C K I E as well as iPod aMmo mixing it up and Muhammadali rocking out. It should be as fun a show as when the Brooklyn rap duo was scheduled… Plus, it’s a free show. I mean, come on. How can you say “no”?


FIND Art Across America at War’hous Visual Studios

Where: Museum District [4715 Main St., 77004]
When: Friday, June 17th | Doors at 7:00 PM
How much: Free
Scoop’d from: Richard

FIND Magazine is on the hunt for new artists. They’re now on tour with the next stop scheduled for tomorrow in Houston at the War’Hous Visual Studios. Described thusly, “The FIND Art Magazine crew, led by publisher Neight Adamson, will tour the country to strategically chosen destinations in a big rig truck customized to function as a mobile art gallery and kinetic sculpture, essentially transforming the vehicle into a permanent artifact.”

MOE’s Dark and Colorful World at War’hous Visual Studios

Where: Museum District [4715 Main St., 77004]
When: Saturday, June 18th | Doors at 7:00 PM
How much: Free
Scoop’d from: Richard – ENB Magazine

Unfortunately, we haven’t captured any photos of MOE 131’s work around town, but that’s where the video above comes into play. War’Hous will be hosting a night of his street art on Saturday being promoted by ENB Magazine. Here’s what they have to say: “Do not miss this Show! Mario jimenez’s first ever solo show curated By Lydia Benavidez w/ ENB magazine and Jose Ramirez w/ LabwerksMedia. Moe’s dark and Colorful World will take you on a journey inside the Imagination of an Artist. This night will be epic. Dj FxBox spinning music you ain’t never heard of and the Art will haunt your dreams.”

Extremely Shorts 14 Film Festival Hosted by Aurora Picture Show

Where: West U – Molly Gochman’s Studio [2442 Bartlett Street, 77098]
When: Friday, June 17th | 8:00PM; Saturday, June 18th | 3:00PM (picnic to follow)
How Much: $10 Non-members, Free for members (Event); $15 Non-members, $10 Members (Picnic)
Scoop’d From: @AuroraPicture

Twenty-two extremely short films have been chosen for the 14th edition of this event. “These films under three minutes in length may be short on time, but they are rich in passion and ideas. Come see what our 2011 Juror, Brent Hoff, selected from the amazing submissions of animated, experimental, narrative, and documentary short films. Cast your vote for your favorite film and support the filmmakers of this year’s Extremely Shorts. The awards will be given out at the Closing Party and Picnic with separate admission.”

— The Loop Scoop


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