MONDAY, APRIL 26 @ 7:30PM Cape Ann Community Cinema
Join us for the fourth “G-GAP” (Gloucester Guerilla Art Project) as we present on our screen the work of the following wicked talented folks:
DAVID COX – back shore surf pictures set to Willie “Loco” Alexander’s song “Bass Rocks”
JAY ALBERT – A “St. Peter & Mother Nature” photo show, featuring the song “The Sunset” by Stephan Carroll, written especially for G-GAP
STEVE BORICHEVSKY – A breathtaking “Gloucester: Land, Sea & Air” photo show
EMILE DOUCETTE – Three short films: “Hold” (a 2009 48-Hour Film competition entry featuring the voice of comedian Jonathan Katz); “Pallino” (a 2010 24-Hour Film competition entry); “Homemade Parade” (about the Lanesville 4th Of July Parade and made for the 5-Day Doc Challenge in which “The Greasy Pole” also competed)
Cover’s just $7.00, and we give money from every ticket sold to the effort to repair Gloucester High School’s Newell Stadium. It’s a fun, all-local night out, and we hope you’ll join us and be a part of it!
John presented at the last Gloucester Guerilla Art Project Show.
He brings fresh perspective to everyday shots and isn’t afraid to experiment with film and old cameras.
Click This Text For John Hintlian’s Gloucester Images Slide Show
Click This Text For John’s Blog
For those of you who didn’t get to the Gloucester Guerrilla Art Project II last week, this is my photo video of “Wall Street Autumn”. My friend Peter Fedele is playing amazing guitar on the musical piece from his CD Hullabaloo. He lives in Rockport with his wife and 3 children. I love listening to him play.
Thanks, Joey, for helping me figure out how to get this posted! You are the best!
I’d like to thank my pal the Rabbit and Benny Orlando a Gloucester native and Best Buy representative that sponsored over $250 worth of door prizes for the Gloucester Guerilla Art Project II/Russo family fundraiser.
We had a lot of fun and raised money for a great cause. People turned out and I’m proud to say that GGAP II was the first sell-out at Cape Ann Community Cinema. We raised $2217. which will be deposited by the end of the week to The MR Children fund. There are still 12 t shirts left which can be purchased at The Dress Code downtown and 100% of that money will be added into the total when they are sold. Also Rob Newton will be donating a portion of the proceeds from a show this week (details to follow) into the pot.
DSC_5259, originally uploaded by sharon_lowe88.
Thanks to Sharon for taking the pictures at the show as I was too busy to be able to get any footage.
Yesterday I got a call from Sharon asking me if I thought it would be okay to ask Gloucester’s Poet Laureate John Ronan to recite the poem he wrote in tribute of Matteo Russo and John Orlando at the Gloucester Guerilla Art event today at Cape Ann Community Cinema.
I told her sure if she could get ahold of him and he wanted to do it. Sharon tells me that in fact he will come and is honored to be a part of it.
We will be showing up early around 12:30 if anyone wants to swing by and hang out before the show (my favorite part).
Here is a sneak peak at the test run of G-GAP II at Cape Ann Community Cinema Wednesday Night Jan 28
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Paul silkscreened the shirts for the Matteo Russo Gloucester Guerilla Art Project Fundraiser for zero cost. He has a website with his paintings at Frontiero Art Gallery
Good Morning Gloucester Q&A
How long have you lived in Gloucester?
What is your favorite season In Gloucester?
Do you have any secret outdoor spots in Gloucester where you go to “get away”?
State Fish Pier at sunset with coffee
What is your favorite pizza joint in Gloucester?
Sebastians, I miss Joe Black
What is your favorite sub shop in Gloucester?
The Yellow one
What place would you go for a romantic dinner in Gloucester?
What is your favorite bar in Gloucester?
Old Timers, way back when.
What is your favorite breakfast joint in Gloucester?
Union Hill ;]
What is your favorite local event in Gloucester?
Schooner Festival. Block Parties (any brownie points for that one?)
In the summer do you prefer the beach or to be on a boat?
I can only afford the beach right now, But Frank got me a membership to the Dory club. Watch out Coast Guard here we come.
Who is your favorite local artist?
Can’t name just one.
My Father Paul Frontiero of course, then me. then; David Curtis, Jeff Weaver, Emile Gruppe, Actually there are too many to name.
Which is your favorite local beach?
Who has the best chowder in town?
Excluding GMG what is your second favorite local blog?
Do you prefer haddock chowder or clam chowder?
What were your thoughts on The Downtown Block Parties last year?
Great way to spend a summer night.
What is your favorite local band?
The Fools! are they still around?
If you see Paul at GGAP tell him thanks for donating his time for the cause. Also thank his cousin Frank Ciolino for delivering the tshirts.
Steve B Represents!
Steve will be presenting a video at the next Gloucester Guerilla Art Project at The Cape Ann Community Cinema on January 28th. He runs Shooting My Universe, you can click the picture to check it out.
As promised, here is a shot of me representing. I was in Monterey, California shooting the local wildlife. Here I am with a Brown Pelican that was hanging out at a fish cleaning station on Fisherman’s Wharf. In the background is a trawler, just a reminder of how important Monterey was as a fishing port. I was asking what the local fish was at a restraint. The “local” fish was Alaskan halibut. “
Three out of the four presenters from the First Gloucester Guerilla Art Project Presentation at Cape Ann Community Cinema. Missing is Rob Newton and Mark Teiwes. We will be putting another show together for January. As you can see we had lots of fun that night and we’re looking forward to much more.
Thanks Brian for the picture.
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Thanks to the Rabbit for taking pictures at the event.
Last Night’s First Ever Gloucester Guerilla Art Project was a fantastic event. There were many faces of the Gloucester Blogging community represented along with friends of GMG and other nortable folks.
I’d like to thank Robert Newton who provided the venue Cape Ann Community Cinema (and I think I forgot to thank publicly last night). I’d also like to thank all the presenters- Jay Albert from Cape Ann Images, Mark Teiwes who shoots for the Beacon and hosts some of his work at www.MarkTeiwes.com, Chad Carlberg and Emile Doucette along with the rest of the team from www.baitandtackle.biz . Also thanks go out to Kat Valentine from Valentine Design who put Jay Albert’s slide show together and also was of great technical assistance. If you haven’t already checked out their sites I highly suggest you do.
I’m looking forward to collaborating with these guys in the future to bring even more fun community media presentations to you fine folks.
It was nice to see fellow bloggers Jon Conant, John Hintlian, Miz Lia and Steve B. Thanks for the support guys. Also thanks go out to one of my best buddies “The Rabbit” who took over GMG photo duties so I could meet folks without the encumbrances of the camera(pics coming later) or you could check out Miz Lia’s Blog for a few to hold you over til the Rabbit gets his ass out of bed today.
Thanks also go to Enrico Pallazzo and his lovely wife Kim for showing the love last night along with Damon and Ann Malloy of Neptune’s Harvest Fame (who I got to meet officially last night), Big Daddy Phil Doucette, Kenny and Paula Ryan, Dad’s cousin Gail Guittar, Jay’s family, Sharon Lowe, the fans of GMG, and the other people that I’m suddenly forgetting but showed up including the lovely lady that told me earlier in the week down the dock that she was going to show up and she did with her friend but her name escapes me.
Thanks to anyone else that came but I’m forgetting or didn’t get to meet.
Thanks, Thanks, Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I promise we will continue to do these and add more contibutors in the future. I’d like to have John Hintlian, Sharon Lowe and Steve B participate in the next one (start putting your stuff together).
Ahhhhhhhh, feels good!
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Come celebrate Gloucester in a unique way with a collection of photos, videos and films. To open the show, 100 select images from the Robert A. Chadbourne Collection of antique Gloucester post cards, set to music. Then, Joey Ciaramitaro of GoodMorningGloucester.org will present some of his walkthrough videos of The Paint Factory, as well as the amusing “The Bobby Bobskill Chronicles.” Mark Teiwes’ “At The Brink: Faces Of The Working Waterfront” slide show is set to Vincent Ferrini’s poem, “At The Brink.” Emile Doucette and Chad Carlberg from The Bait & Tackle Ad Company will bring a host of material, from the collection of beauty shots set to music by local artists in the slide show “Summertime In Cape Ann” to Carlberg’s recently completed supernatural short film, “Daughter Of Dogtown.”
Please join us for this unique evening, the $5.00 cover for which benefits
The Cape Ann Community Cinema.