New(ish) Artspace/Infoshop! In Santa Cruz, California

  • Posted on: 13 April 2006
  • By: worker

The Playing in Sand Collectiv presents:
Werkshop Museum & The Galley @ 293 Squid Row (Downtown) Santa Cruz, CA.
Hours: 2:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. most days
email: playinginsand@gmail.com

This is a great d.i.y. art space/infoshop/showspace. Werkshop Museum has been open since October 2005. In January 2006 they acquired an adjacent space (the Galley) with a music room/show space and a d.i.y. art gallery to raise funds to support the project. They host a variety of regular freeskool classes, for example: figure drawing, music jam sessions, stencil making, block prints, and yoga. They have allocated a section for anarchist books and zines to be sold. A really fucking good selection. This a place that should definately be visited upon your arrival to Santa Cruz.

Call to mobilize for the trial against the 6 anarchists arrested in Barcelona in September 2003

  • Posted on: 8 April 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>By Bart De Geeter, anarchist prisoner
Dated "March 27, 2006" on the ABC Ghent webpage

Since September 2003, 4 of the 6 accused anarchists from Barcelona are on remand. Last month the punishments demanded by the prosecutor for the 6 have been made known. Punishments which go till 117 years, for accusations as being part of a terrorist organisation, unlawful possession of weapons and explosives, … .

Civilization: Its Origins and Collapse- With John Zerzan and Kevin Tucker

  • Posted on: 7 April 2006
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>John Zerzan and Kevin Tucker- Civilization: Its Origins and Collapse @ NYU<br><br>Ever think there was something horribly wrong with the way things are? According to anarcho-primitivists, those social, ecological, spiritual and political problems that we all face are a part of civilization. <br><br>The most basic human needs were shaped and met by the nomadic gatherer-hunter existence that has defined over 99.99% of human life.

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