Wayfarers of the Gypsy Mansion

It seems as though all I do these days is put together, participate, and promote things in Seattle. Pretty close. May I present another fine event brought to you by Libby Bulloff (yrs truly) and Willow Brugh:

These are the times, my friends. And these are the days. Where the world becomes malleable, palpable. When novelty and genius are within our reach. We are cautioned against being passionate about these things by tales of progress turned to greed and of technology turning on us. And yet, the golden light is just right, the clocks are synchronizing, the stars are in alignment.

This is what we celebrate tonight. We celebrate these transient times, with these transient artists.

- c. lantz

WAYFARERS OF THE GYPSY MANSION - a musical bazaar of sorts
and DJ Q.

Sunday, May 10, 2009 3 pm to 10 pm
The Little Red Studio
750 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA
ALL-AGES, $15 donation

Wearables, craftables, and edibles provided by a plethora of local and regional artisans. We will take a dinner break (with DJ) at 6:30 pm - please bring your own sack meal, a picnic to share, or food can be acquired from two of our vendors. Vegan options available. Adult beverages can be purchased by 21+ individuals.

Willow and I are so excited about bringing HUMANWINE to Seattle. Our friends from Sock Dreams will be arriving from Portland to vend excellent foot/legwear.

Larger poster is here. Leave me a comment if you'd like to help out at the event or hang flyers--I have an 11x17 hi-res PDF in the wings for print-yr-own. Spread the word. All are welcome.

Thank you.

9 thoughts on “Wayfarers of the Gypsy Mansion

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  3. Rchel

    Oh so not fair… why does this stuff NOT happen the UK?! or does it and nobdy tells me? lol.
    One day, I will come to this… and it shall be awesome XD xxx

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  5. Jamie Roche

    I love this poster. I would like to have a high-quality letterpress version made. If you would allow me to use the image for a single print, I would be happy to send up a few letterpress copies.



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  7. Genovieve

    This event sounds fab! Your community spirit and followers leave much to the desire of us Brits in the UK to work towards. We surely would have happier ways of switching off and relaxing with a much higher input from communities and music just naturally lifts our energies! Hope you have many more music events,
    Regards Gen

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