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Burning Man 2010 at Home: All The Freaky People ArtRide Report & photos!

September 4, 2010

Since I knew we weren’t going to make it to Burning Man 2010, we brought a little bit of the Burn home to Ventura by way of a “All The Freaky People Make the Beauty in the World” ArtRide.

And thanks to Daniel Boggs and his small pink camera, I have plenty of fun photos of all the Freaky people on Friday’s ArtRide to share with you!

We met up at the Artists Union Gallery where there was live music in addition to artwork, then we rode along the ocean front promenade to Main, and up Main for a quick visit at the newly remodeled Museum, then up Main again to Chestnut where we circled back on Santa Clara to find that the photo studio we were going to see was CLOSED once again!

We zipped up Santa Clara to Kalorama where we couldn’t find Kevin Eckart-Smith’s gallery, so we went to 255 Laurel which was celebrating the annual Inkspots show an where people packed the place! From Laurel, we rode across town, taking Main (legally!) and then Ventura Avenue, passing up visit to WAV and Bell Arts to go see Chad Sorg at 643 Project Space.

From there, we went down Ventura Avenue a few blocks to Center and headed to Art City where beer from Anacapa, wine from Frei Brothers and music by DJ Jeremy Walker awaited us. Marshall BBQ’s some quick dogs which we scarfed, Matt Harvey conjured up a fire, and people danced and drummed until 1am.

Yes it was fun. And yes you should join us next time! We meet at 53opm and ride around 6pm! Creative costuming encouraged!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 5, 2010 5:26 am

    Ha! Looks like it was lots of fun :)

    I’ll get to burning man one of these years.


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