GLASSLESS MINDS | POETRY, MUSIC & COMEDY
“Glassless Minds has held a community based Open Mic Night in Oceanside, CA twice a month since 2010. We facilitate a safe space for teenagers and adults to express themselves on stage or just sit back and be inspired by amazing expressive art. Glassless Minds Open Mic night consists of a host, the audience, a DJ, the open mic performers and a featured guest performer. Our doors open at 6:45pm, at this time you can sign up to be a performer on our open mic list. As the open mic begins we will call the names from the list in random order to come and rock our stage for 2 songs/poems OR 5 minutes (which ever comes first). Each event we showcase a nationally recognized poet, local musician, or a comedian to be our feature performer for a 20 minute set. We also may have a visual artist displaying art, creating live art or speaking about their craft or all of the above!”
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The Hill Street Country Club and Linksoul presents Art Book Club, an art workshop series influenced by art books written about artists, by artists or for artists.
.Book: How To Do Nothing by Jenny Odell
When: September 30th
Where: Linksoul Lab | 530 S. Coast Hwy Oceanside CA
Meet, Read and Create: Vision Boards inspired by novel, All About Love written by Artist, Bell Hooks
Let's reclaim the four letter word with this amazing reflection on love in all its aspects (friendships, family, self-care, community, etc.) with teaching artist, Alofa Gould.
If, your on a budget and need a book: Oceanside Public Library at 330 North Coast Hwy, Oceanside will have six books reserved for check out. Stop by and appreciate their diverse collection of Art Books. .
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How To Do Nothing, Resisting the Attention Economy helps us grapple with technology’s impact and contribution to mind chatter. Jenny Odell, a working artist and resident of San Francisco, discusses the importance of being radical in though while assessing how much time we spend interacting with the world beyond our screens. Odell’s book is the liberating manuel on how to “relearn how to look at the world” says Megan Prelinger, author of Inside The Machine.
upholstered television set by HSCC artist Megan Wirth *