Posted by katzueno on Sunday, May 16th, 2010 (Japan Standard Time)

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"Aftershock LA" Live Streaming

A YokosoNews DadaMoré Live Stream

*** DadaMoré [dada-mawle] = no fancy editing. We just show you everything uncut!

 

Recorded Videos

The following is the recorded video of our live broadcast

Part 1 - Looking Around

Calbi Taco Truck, Susan Hancock (The owner of Royal/T cafe), Shutterbox, Urban Craft Center.

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Part 2 - Interview, Dance Shows and Interview

The interview of Nylon Pink. Performances of Rosalba & The Zahira Belly Dancers, and West Bound. The speech from Build Change and Red Cross. The interview of Robert Lemelson, PhD (Elemental Productions). The interview of Kio Griffith (CAFÉMODE).

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Part 3 - Interview, Interview, Interview

Flying Pig Taco Truck, West Bound interview. The interviews of Loudess Mac & Mayumi Tanaka, waitresses from Royal/T. The interview of Kenton Parker, one of artists joined the auction (and etc)

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Photo Gallery on Facebook

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Part 1 of 2

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=23429&id=111775688836765

Part 2 of 2

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=23433&id=111775688836765

 

About this program

YokosoNews is going to live-stream the event "Aftershock LA".

This is a very last-minutes on-the-fly program. So don't expect us to be perfect :-p

"Aftershock LA" is a charity art event presented by Elemental Productions and Royal/T for Build Change, an international NPO to help re-build the community devasted by earthquakes.

Royal/T is a Japanese style cosplay cafe and art gallery located in Culver City, CA, USA. And many Japanese & Japanese American, Asian American and the other artists are donating their work for this benefit auction.

Although it's not 100% Japan-related event, many Japanese artists are involved. So it would be a very good opportunity to showcase Japanese art community in Los Angeles.

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Event Detail

If you are close to downtown Culver City, you can come and enjoy the art, dance, music and fun. We will bring art, dance and entertainment, learn about earthquake, and help. And don't forget to be on our live streaming show!

Date & Time

Japan Time

Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 11:30am ~ 3:30pm

Los Angeles Time (Pacific Standard Time)

Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 7:30pm ~ 11:30pm

Location

Royal/T

8910 Washington Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232-2326
(310) 559-6300

[ Google Map ]

The plans

Charity Auction Featuring 92 artists and over 100 worls of art [ Preview ]

Oranized by CAFEMODE

curated by Kio Griffith
with curatorial assistance by Judith Kyvik + Bill Farroux

Music by DJ KING WO

ROSALBA & THE ZAHIRA BELLY DANCERS

@ www.rosalbabellydance.com - Belly dancing show & lessons

THE URBAN CRAFT CENTER

@ www.urbancraftcenter.com - Free crafting area - Crafting supplies & kits for sale

EARTHQUAKE MEDIA ROOM

Earthquake media presentation - Earthquake safety tips & supplies

GAME TABLES

Jenga, Legos, cards & more

For more information about AFTERSHOCK LA, please visit www.aftershockla.com

 

About Organizers

about ROYAL/T

Royal/T is a playful collision of spaces: café/shop/art space presented in stunning fusion. An eclectic mix of retail and contemporary art reimagined in the surrounds of LA's first Japanese-style cosplay café. www.royal-t.org

about ELEMENTAL PRODUCTIONS

Elemental Productions is a production company dedicated to ethnographic documentaries focusing on the relationship between culture, psychology and personal experience in Indonesia and the United States. www.elementalproductions.org

about CAFEMODE

CAFEMODE creates art and music exhibitions in alternative spaces. If you're interested in finding more about CAFEMODE, please contact Kio Griffith at info [at] cafemode.com or call 424-785-0303. www.cafemode.com


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Katz Ueno
As the Editor-in-chief & Producer of YokosoNews, Katz wants to show Japan to the rest of the world.
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