MUSIC FOR NO GOOD at USFCAM

Pose with 3D glasses and wallpaper
Join the fun crowd @ MUSIC FOR NO GOOD | Friday, February 18th

Ever have the desire to spend a night at the museum? No, you can’t stay overnight like in those Ben Stiller movies. But at the CAM next Friday, you can hang out late, jam to some home grown electronic music, and enjoy light and tasty refreshments while you take in our current exhibition by Trenton Doyle Hancock.

If you’re not familiar with the current Trenton Doyle Hancock show, We Done All We Could and None of It’s Good, you can learn a whole bunch by reading this brochure. Details for the MUSIC FOR NO GOOD event below

MUSIC FOR NO GOOD
Friday, February 18
7:00–9:00pm
CAM101 – USF Contemporary Art Museum

What Music?
Who is providing said electronic music? It’s USF’s own student driven musical stylings from SYCOM (Systems Complex for the Studio and Performing Arts). The funky mix will start at 7:00pm and continue live until 9:00pm. Students will be on site mixin’ and jammin’ and there will be no CDs available after the show, so if you’re not there, you’ll miss out. SYCOM has a facebook fan page and a short video from the New Weather exhibition they played at last year.

USF SYCOM student mixes some magic at the New Weather exhibition in 2010 at USFCAM
USF SYCOM student mixes some magic at the New Weather exhibition in 2010 at USFCAM

Also on Campus!
If you like to share your love and attention, you can also check out these events on this happening Friday.

Marshall Centre Gallery
Darryl Richardson: Nothing To Lose

Oliver Gallery
Marie Yoho Dorsey: Between Land and Sky

All events above are free and open to the public. We hope to see you there! Details here.

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