Nick Pagan is an artist of Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, CA and in addition to drawing, painting, ceramics, and textiles he also makes cardboard “guitars” which he plays at art exhibitions and for short films that he makes.
On April 1st, Bärnacle will be featuring Nick Pagan on guitar at the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, CA for their upcoming “Home Show.” Trust me, you’re not going to want to miss this if you’re in the area!
Creative Growth Art Center
355 24th St
Oakland CA 94612
Nick Pagan Guitars
Nick Pagan Artwork
OUR ANNUAL HOME SHOW!
NEXT FRIDAY! April 1st, 5:00 to 9:00 pm
April 1- May 4, 2011
Our annual HOME show is a celebration! Join us to admire art and architecture as we celebrate the completion of the Creative Growth building project.
Creative Growth artists blend fashion with function during our annual spring event, featuring a home-grown runway show styled by local Oakland shops: Cougar Horse, Mercy Vintage, and Maribel.
Don’t miss music by L.A.’s Instru-Metal trio, Bärnacle, featuring Creative Growth performance artist Nick Pagan, minstreling by the Oakland Soft-Rock Choir and sets by DJs Whitemare and Pinche Rojas.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, (DURING OAKLAND’S ART MURMUR)
5:00 TO 9:00PM
FOOD TRUCKS, BEER AND WINE!
ALSO OPEN SATURDAY, APRIL 2
11AM TO 4PM
artwork: Olga Bielma
Drinks generously donated by Trumer Pils and Bear Flag
Bärnacle, formed in Los Angeles in 2009, they found themselves playing their first Instru-Metal show in Osaka, Japan for their highly anticipated photograph, drawing, and fashion installation “Voices of Nature.”
Bärnacle is inspired by travel, art and their own fashion brands (Unholy Matrimony and KZO/Creative Growth for Everybody). They are continually seeking new inspiration from sources off the beaten path. Abiding by their tagline “We Don’t Do Music,” Bärnacle’s experimental sound takes you on a cinematic voyage to the cerebral.
Bärnacle is: Brett Westfall, Joel Knoernschild, Katie Malia and Josh Giroux.
For more information on Bärnacle’s upcoming tour dates, shows/art installation photographs and more, visit the Bärnacle Facebook Page
Hope to see you on April 1st!