Our next service is this Sunday, April 29th. The theme is MONEY!
Taxes, inflation, economy, labor, work, income, commerce – all of these involve MONEY. But, what about creativity? Join us for our next service this Sunday as we look at the powerful force of MONEY, in art, song, performance, community and food – it’s going to be a rich, rich gathering. Here is the line up:
- Caroline Woolard, co-founder of OurGoods.org and Trade School, will perform.
- Modern-day troubadour Andru Bemis will play his banjo and sing in his mournful voice.
- Visual artist Peter Simensky will show us the new currency he creates using failed world currencies.
- Barrett Washburne will prepare the food offering of black eyed peas and collard greens. (Money on a plate! Yippee!)
- YOU! Please send photos of your wallet, purse, or money clip (inside or out) to community member Sarah Beaumont at moneyholdersATgmailDOTcom. She is collecting the images to create a photo montage that will be shown at the service.
- Of course, the choir will sing and the house band will play.
Here’s some brain fiber to digest before service: Why are (most) artist so (fucking) poor? A survey of NYC exhibiting artists’ earnings from 2005 to 2010.
Want some musical brain fiber? How about this Wu-tang Clan vs Beatles mash-up of C.R.E.A.M.. Dollar dollar bills y’al!
RSVP for service via Facebook so all your friends can see how much fun you’re cramming into your Sunday morning.
Sunday, April 29th at 11:30am
161A Chrystie Street
between Rivington and Delancey Streets
on the Lower East Side
$10 suggested donation