Live to Lathe – Test Cut Lathe for Book Club

The Goat Farm and Bang! Arts Presents:Live to Lathe

This is the test cut for the lathed 7″ that will be available at the event on February 22nd. Local mad music scientist THOMAS BARNWELL will lathe cut additional plastic into 7-inch squares live!

Brought to The Goat Farm Arts Center by Bang! Arts

• Long set from Book Club
• A record lathe doin’ cool s#%t
• Artist Molly Rose Freeman doin’ cool s#%t
• Strawhat Press doin’ cool s#%t
• The Cottage doin’ cool s#%t
• Thomas Barnwell doin’ cool s#%t


What is a record lathe?:

LIVE TO LATHE Saturday February 22 in the Rodriguez Room. The centerpiece, a limited edition lathe cut single release, is the result of a collaboration between Atlanta’s folk super group BOOK CLUB, artist MOLLY ROSE FREEMAN (The Creatives Project Artist-in-Studio Resident), STRAW HAT PRESS, THE COTTAGE as well as BANG! ARTS.

Patrons will be able to experience a long set of music from BOOK CLUB and will also get the chance to witness the construction of a 7″ single from cut plastic to handmade front and back covers. MOLLY ROSE FREEMAN will live paint a piece on the back of 30 7″ singles hand cut by THOMAS BARNWELL that will then be broken into 30 original pieces of playable art. Print Masters STRAW HAT PRESS will live- screen print the back cover, as well as exhibit work from the artists that they contract work for, including Jason Kofke and Nikita Gale. THE COTTAGE, East Atlanta’s “most delicious” recording studio and venue will provide the sound engineering for the evening. And last but not least, local mad music scientist THOMAS BARNWELL will lathe cut additional plastic into 7-inch squares live!

This amalgam of handmade objet d’art works will be available for in advance of show and day of show. There will limited to the creation of only 30. General admission tickets to the evening will be in advance and day of show. Doors will be at 7:30PM with the Performance beginning at 8:30PM. Advance tickets are available via Brown Paper Tickets beginning February 1st.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Creatives Project (TCP), a non-profit arts organization that strives to unite the arts, education, community, and commerce to build strong foundations and partnerships further enabling arts eco-systems to flourish.As Atlanta’s only residency program to offer subsided housing, TCP also provides residents studio space and exhibition space for a two-year period. In exchange, participants give back to their local communities through arts based outreach.









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The Goat Farm AIP (Arts Investment Package)

Believing the arts to be an economic driver for Atlanta, the Goat Farm Arts Center provides its performance and exhibition halls through a curatorial process. Once selected the Goat Farm invests in and works with the artists and/or performance groups to actualize the concept.

All Goat Farm Recipients receive its AIP (Arts Investment Package) which includes financial assistance, direct funding, production assistance, marketing assistance and rehearsal / performance / exhibition / classroom space.

The Goat Farm AIP vehicle invests over 0,000 annually in arts funding, financial assistance and in-kind contributions.

Goat Farm Production:

Mark DiNatale: Director of Operations/Programming
Mercer West: Director of Projects
Danny Davis: Technical Director
Tian Justman: Director of Aesthetics
Justin Newton: Videographer
Jessica Gonzalez: Design & Digital
Bang! Arts: Public Relations
Sean Haley: Special Projects Team
Dave Sturgis: Special Projects Team
Bias Hadley: Special Projects Team
John Dinatale: Special Projects Team
Mike Stasny: Special Projects Team
Andrew Tate: Special Projects Team
James Pruitt: Special Projects Team
Eric Prather: Special Projects Team

The Goat Farm Arts Center
1200 Foster St., Atlanta, Georgia 30318

Woodworkers Club Rockville, MD Acoustic Guitar Making Class Oct 25, 2015

A short video recap of the students from the Rockville, MD Acoustic Guitar Building Class on the weekend of October 25, 2015.

It’s always great to hear what students unscripted comments are following this class.

Hopefully you will be inspired to be an upcoming student.

Be safe in all your woodworking projects…Rock on!

Ladner Woodworkers Club – Senior Living

The Ladner Woodworking Club began in 1976 with a grant from the federal government New Horizons program. A number of colorful senior characters make up the membership the club, which teaches the basics of woodworking to youth, and trains members on safety and woodworking techniques.

Additional Information: “Working With Wood”

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The Woodworkers Club Rockville, MD Grand Re-Opening Sept 7, 2013

The video highlights many of the activities from The Woodworkers Club Grand Re-Opening including Japanese Woodworking, a Woodmizer Demo and many cut wood slabs, a store shop/club tour with the Education Direct Matt Naumann and some other pics from the day…enjoy!
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