Models: Amanda Roland, Kodi Fujii, Missa Samply, Jaclyn Sayklay.Read more →
September 28th, 2014 Meme from F&F set out to do an event in Tijuana Mexico. After Meme’s latest adventure to Tj, she decided she wanted to do some type of charity event for the youth of the city. Meme found help from a local Tj artist that goes by the name of Tfour.
Tfour found the location and helped organize by getting all the kids together for this event. System Krush is an organization helping spread the positive message of music to youth all the way in West Africa as well as world wide. System Krush was a physical sponsor for the “Helping Hands Over The Border Project”.
We also had a free raffle giveaway for everyone that wanted to participate. We had free clothing, skate boards, decks, wheels and much more donated to the kids and teens at our event.
Crossing the border into Tj on foot while carrying all the donated goods. Meme hurt her knee messing around. Each person helped carry so much we were all rushing to get to the cabs and head to our hotel. Artist Beth Emmerich got very sick and was unable to help with the event the next day.
We were making friends while in line at the border on our way back into California.
The children where so grateful of all the gifts they had received!! THANK YOU to everyone contributed to the youth in Tijuana Mexico.
“STAYING TRUE” WOMEN OF FEW AND FAR GROUP PRINT SHOW TO OPEN AT SOL-COLLECTIVE IN SACRAMENTO
The women from Few and Far are coming together this September to bring their art indoors for an all print show in Sacramento. Hailing from Miami, New York and around the West Coast (including Sacramento), this group of 13 women will be showing a collection of framed prints priced under $300. Few and Far have created murals around the world and have several notable large painted walls in Sacramento. The group show; Staying True will be held at Sol Collective – a non-profit community art center focused on culture and activism – located at 2574 21st st in Midtown Sacramento opening for Second Saturday on September 13th from 6-10pm and will be on view through October 9th.Read more →
“STAYING TRUE” WOMEN OF FEW AND FAR GROUP PRINT SHOW TO OPEN AT SOL-COLLECTIVE IN SACRAMENTO:
The women from Few and Far are coming together this September to bring their art
indoors for an all-print show in Sacramento.
The group show;
Staying True will be held at Sol Collective a non-profit community art center focused on culture and activism located at 2574 21st st in Midtown Sacramento opening for Second Saturday on September 13th from 6-10pm and will be on view through October 9th.
On July 20, 2014 Girl Skateboard Party was held in Placerville, CA
This event was organized by Joanna Mahaffy with help from MEME the skate jam held a Pancake breakfast, Skate jam, Best trick contests, Live mural painting, Bike trail bombing, River party with added bonus gift bags from our sponsors to give out to every girl that participated. Many thanks to our sponsors!! Low Card Magazine, Lurk Hard, OJ Wheels, Bandit-1sm, 123- Klan, Daf Made, HangTown Skate Shop, Pacific Skate boards, Crete Cult, GRO (Girls Riders Organization) , Saba Anna Swimwear.Read more →
Few and Far Teamed up with Mudbay to do a mural in down town Seattle With artist Jonathan Wakuda Ficher & John Osgood.
Many Thanks to MudBay, Uptown Art Walk, Art Primo for the paint sponsor! Sakte Like a girl, Diamond Parking for donating the lot and Michael Tsay For photos.
Also thank you to 179 & Merlot for all your hard work making this event run so well!
Here is a montage of images from our mini North West tour that happened in honor of our 3rd anniversary party held in Seattle at the Bombsheller Gallery. More Here
On this beautiful sunny Seattle afternoon, participating artists… 179, Merlot, Meme, Dime, Deity, Ksra, Erin Ashford and Jenn Ponci all came together and painted a mural at Mudbay finishing within 3 hours followed by a celebration dinner and drinks.Some of the girls hadn’t seen each other for over a year! The next day the girls took Meme to a skater-built skatepark under a bridge in an industrial area of the city.
The next activity filled day had us meeting with female street-artist No Bonzo</em> from Portland, OR. Enjoying a walk in the beautiful nature of the Pacific Northwest, we followed a daisy lined trail to a hidden wall where we painted.
In the morning it was all about preparing for our 3rd Anniversary art show later that evening. Our nails were done by MaryJane Cha at TopCoat. We also had our hair styled and make-up done.
After a crazy night of festivities we opened our crusty eyes still wearing last nights makeup and our hair glued in the same position it was slept on. We began the journey to Canada, hoping nothing would stop us from getting into Vancouver. It worked! Our friends from the North, SONE, ENSOE, THEME, took us to paint. But really we cracked clam jokes, laughing for hours, inspired by the use of clam juice in the Bloody Mary’s.
Day 2: In Canada found us painting under a bridge, without much opportunity for good photos, but you get the idea.
On the World Wide GO SKATE DAY, Sone took us girls to paint and skate at his local skate park. It was a beautiful place surrounded by bright green trees. We had a great time painting and headed home.
Meme split ways with the girls, continuing her road trip south. In Oregon she skated 5 parks, meeting with other Few and Far members along the way.
It was a great trip. Stay tuned for updates on our many upcoming projects.
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WHEN: 5pm – 7:30pm | Wednesday, June 18th
FREE! ALL AGES! BRING YOUR PETS!
Come joins us!!
1. Mural Event @ 522 Queen Anne Ave. N.
(the new MudBay location!)
2. Gallery @ 424 Queen Anne Ave. N. (visit bombshellartlabs.com for more info!)
– LIVE MURAL, Piece of the Sky (http://bit.ly/SQJwLR) during the Uptown Artwalk by local graffiti artists: Few and Far, Jonathan Wakuda Fischer (wakudastudio.com) & John Osgood (johnosgood.com)
– Youth/teen art activities by The Vera Project
– Skateboard clinic & demo by Skate Like a Girl
– GALLERY SHOW, Hi-Technique: Beyond the Glass Wall by Few and Far Women
– Donate to the mural, show or gallery by visiting www.bombshelleratlabs.com
– Check out our awesome sponsors! http://bit.ly/SQJwLR
DJ Agana at Sea of Dreams featuring Little Dragon and Thievery Corporation.
The Mission of SEA Of DREAMS NYE is to create the perfect celebration, an evening that you will remember fondly for the rest of your life. Make no mistake: our goal IS PERFECTION, and by chasing perfection we have been fortunate enough to catch EXCELLENCE, perhaps even TRANSCENDENCE. We create an experience that is unparalleled in artistic content, spectacle, music, and production value. We consider your satisfaction in our efforts to be a sacred responsibility, and we spare no expense or effort to give you that lasting positive memory. We understand that for a myriad of reasons, our community holds New Years Eve in a special place. Completion; Celebration; A renewal of goals and dreams; These are all a major part of the NYE process and we want to provide you with a setting to do all of these things that is thought, body, and soul provoking. Ours may not be the “biggest” NYE party in the world, the state, or even the city, but our mission is to work 365 days every year to make it the BEST.
SEA OF DREAMS NYE is committed to fostering innovative and expressive human community in all its myriad forms. We are a part of the neighborhoods in which we live and work. We believe in the grander purposes of art, music and science and in the generosity of spirit that makes all of that possible. We are forever beholding to you who attend our events, for trusting us to provide you with the best experience it is within our power to create. The aims of great art and collective ritual celebrations, are in our view, part of the larger human movement towards expanding social justice, open education and conscious evolution. We are grateful for the chance to share this experience with you.Read more →