I will be “performing” a PowerPoint opening for a
35 mm showing of John Carpenter’s The Thing on June 4th at 9 p.m.
It’s part of Theresa Mercado’s latest Scream Screen horror series
of John Carpenter films (May 28 – June 11).
Each of my presentations is unique, and I never divulge the topic ahead of time!
This will be the wildest Halloween ever!
Itchy-O is a 32+ piece marching band with tons of drummers (including taiko!), electronics, noise and other instrumentation.
They surround the audience, weaving throughout, creating unique aural experiences for each observer.
Remember Crash Worship? This is better.
I’ll be doing a mystery PowerPoint presentation and…?????
Saturday, October 24th at Mercury Cafe
I’ll be doing a GetYourGoing PowerPoint presentation about a mystery topic (and with a special guest!)
…opening for Denver Broncos U.K. (DBUK), which is members of Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, in an entirely different project.
It’s their album release party, and also Ted Thacker’s The Red Tack is playing.
9:30 p.m. $15 at the door
Mercury Cafe is at 22nd and California St. – Downtown Denver.
My talk is called The Life and Times [or not] of Schrodinger’s Cat.
Sure, it’s a metaphoric example of quantum physics, but what does the cat think about it?
Get your ticket’s in advance! it WILL sell out! (and it’s only $5 in advance!)
Friday, March 13, 2015
Black Sheep Fridays is a quirky, fun night in/around the cafe at the Museum of Contemporary art.
I presented about the irrational number pi, and some of the pop culture surrounding it, along with piphilology.
We had some tasks and games, as well as a “pi” eating contest. [people ate up to 80 digits of pi!]
Also, we celebrated SUPER PI DAY in Japan (3/14/15 9:26:53)
Thursday, June 12th, 2014
The Museum of Contemporary Art of Denver had a season of previously presented topics in their series of “tag team lectures on unrelated topics”.
[the speakers must not relate the two topics however, in the Q&A, it is greatly encouraged!]
I talked about Atomic Time, and the other lecture was on German Expressionism.