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Announcement :: Politics
25th anniv of revolutionary Hygienic art fest
22 Jan 2004
In my hometown next weekend will be the 25th annual Hygienic art festival.
"No Judge, No Jury, No Fees, No Censorship Celebrating Twenty-Five Outrageous Years!!!"
I'll be visiting relatives at the same time, as an excuse to attend.
Looking forward to it. Read about it. Tell me whatcha think. :)
Hygienic ART XXV
No Judge, No Jury, No Fees, No Censorship
Celebrating Twenty-Five Outrageous Years!!!

New London -- The Hygienic Art XXV Exhibition, New London's
notorious free-for-all arts festival, will kick-off Saturday,
January 31 and run thru February 14, 2004. Admission to all the
events is free. This year the annual will celebrate the 25th year of
arts and celebrations. Touted as New London's Only Winter Tourist
Attraction, the main art event, Salon des Independants, will be
opening Saturday Night at the Hygienic Galleries, 79 Bank Street,
New London, CT. All artists are welcome. One piece per artist.
Hanging begins on Saturday, Jan. 31 at 9 AM and runs until 6 PM.
The exhibition is well known for its diverse original art ranging
from the sublime to the outrageous. Over its 25 year history, the
annual art extravaganza has grown from an anti-establishment art
show to a multi-media art event including film making,
playwrighting and performance art as well as a young artists' show
and musical events. This year all of the downtown galleries will be
hosting openings and receptions throughout the day and many downtown
restaurants will offer extended hours and bistro menus as part of
New London Main Street's Night Kitchens. Also in this year's
offering will be free music throughout the city, the annual cabaret
and screening of independent film and video. For more info on
events, see below or call 444-6855.

Return of the Hi-gen-nik Mo-za-ik Fix

Attention!! All poets, artists, writers, non-artists and non-poets.
Submit to the Hy-gen-ik Mo-za-ik Fix!!

Make 200 copies of art, poetry, literature, drawings, secret
messages, love letters, statements, sculpture, oddities or whatever
your fetish, up to 8.5 x11 to fit into an envelope.

Objective: to collate and make 200 copies of a Hygienic Magazine
envelope to be available at the Hygienic XXV Salon Des Independants
Exhibition.

Drop off no later than Tuesday, January 20, at the Dutch Tavern,
Green Street, New London. Collation will be Tuesday Jan. 20. at the
organizational meeting at the Dutch Tavern.
Volunteers are needed to assemble. Please attend.



The Main Event:

Salon des Independants:
Hygienic Galleries - 79-83 Bank Street, New London
Show opens Saturday, January 31 at 8pm
Art Drop-off: Saturday, January 31, 9am-6pm
One piece per artist: No Judge, No jury, No fees,
and No Censorship!
Pick-up: February 14, noon to 6pm

Hygienic Young Artists XIV:
Alva Gallery Annex
60 State Street, New London
January 31, Noon to 4pm

Hygienic Filmwerks
Hygienic Galleries - 79-83 Bank Street, New London
screening of documentary feature "The Eagle Cries" by Bill Dumas.
Friday, January 30, screening at 8pm.

Hygienic Cabaret:
86 Bank Street (across from the Hygienic)
January 31, 7pm - 2am

Hygienic Rock Fix:
Saturday, January 31 at 9pm
Station 58 - 58 Brainard at Broad St.
Bulkeley House - 111 Bank Street

Friday & Saturday, February 6 & 7 at 9pm
Station 58 - 58 Brainard at Broad St.

Screening Room XI:
86 Bank Street (across from the Hygienic)
Sunday, February 1st, 1-6pm

Hygienic Hootenanny:
Mugz - 42 Bank Street, New London
Friday, January 30, 7pm - 9pm



Hygienic Hootenanny

New London -- The Hygienic Hootenanny will hit Mugz Coffee
house, 48 Bank Street, Friday, Jan. 30.
Special guests include Dogbite, Sherry and the
Sunday-at-the-Hygienic- Crew, and the Cankickers. Singers and
players are welcome. Hootin' at the moon from 7-9pm.

The Hygienic Cabaret
where: 86 Bank Street (across from the Hygienic)
when: Saturday, January 31 from 7pm-2am

New London -- Hygienic Art XXV will host the 5th Annual Hygienic
Cabaret featuring a wide variety of local and regional performing
artists. Doors open at 7pm, performances run late into the night.
Playwrights, Poets, Dancers, Cabaret Actors, musicians and all
performance artists are encouraged to submit works for public
performance. Some of this year's acts include "Pissing in the Dark" by
Kato McNickle, Bill Saunder's "Horseshoes & Handgrenades", a 12 minute
Barbie Oedipus, as well as poets, puppets, improv, comedy and more.

Hygienic Rock Fix
Ice House Ruck & Rule Circus
where: Ice House at the Bulkeley House, 111 Bank St.
when: Saturday, January 31 from 9pm-2am
In celebration of the new Towers of New London compilation, a slew
of local rockers will invade the Ice House Pub at the Bulkeley House
to bring the good ruck&rule in quick burst sets all night long.
Never know who might turn up!

New London Solos
where: Station 58, 58 Brainard (corner of Broad St.)
when: Saturday, January 31 from 9pm-2am

New London -- Solo musicians, poets and more present a free
night of performance at Station 58 featuring Liz Larson, Paul
Brockett, Brian
Skidmore, Josh Taylor and more.

Two Nights of Towers
where: Station 58, 58 Brainard (corner of Broad St.)
when: Fri & Sat, February 6 & 7 from 9pm-2am
New London -- Celebrating the release of the new scene comp
Towers of New London, vol. 3, New London hot spot Station 58 brings
acts from
the disc for two nights of mayhem and libation.

Screening Room XI
where: 86 Bank Street (across from the Hygienic)
when: Sunday, February 1, 1pm - 6pm
New London -- The Screening Room XI features work from
national and local emerging filmmakers. All filmmakers are
encouraged to submit
their work. No Judge, no jury, no fees and no censorship. Past events
have featured international documentaries and regional shorts and
features. This is New London's indie film event of the year Send your
film on VHS or DVD format to: Hygienic Screening Room XI, 621 D Bank
St. New London CT 06320 or contact Warren at (860) 437-7617 or by
e-mail to: wavery (at) mohegansun.com

Towers of New London Returns!
New London -- In celebration of Hygienic XXV, Hozomeen Press and
Hygienic Art, Inc. have teamed up for the return of Towers of New
London! Volume 3 of the venerable New London comp series reflects the
vibrant music scene kicking it in New London these days. Showcasing
twenty-one eclectic groups from the hip, little city that could. New
tracks from the Reducers, the Cankickers, Degoleg, Low-Beam, Mah-Ray,
Dogbite, Ringers, Wishing Wells and many more. The CD will be
available at the counter at the Hygienic XXV show.

Hygienic Young Artists XIV
where: Alva Gallery Annex, 60 State Street
when: Saturday, January 31, show opens at Noon
art drop off at the Hygineic: Tues & Wed Jan 27-28, 3-6pm
hanging: Thur & Fri, Jan 29-30 from 4 - 7p
New London -- Young Artists are invited to submit one piece of
artwork to be dropped off at the Hygienic Galleries on Tuesday and
Wednesday, January 27-28 from 3 to 6 pm. Art will be hung on Friday,
January 30 at the Alva Gallery Annex from 4 - 7PM. The Show opens on
Saturday, January 25 at 12 noon, followed by hands on art
demonstrations with The Hygienic resident artists Jenn Collins,
Greg Bowerman, Navada Swan and Kat Murphy,favors and music by
resident artist Liz Larson. This year, works created by young
artists from the New London Elementary Schools will be exhibited
along with submissions from around the region. For more info,
contact Randee Smith at (860) 443 6854. Admission is free.
Kids must be accompanied by an adult.

New London Arts!
New London -- Downtown New London Art organizations &
galleries will rally for the cause and present shows, openings and
receptions on
Saturday Jan. 31 from 12 until 9pm.

Alva Gallery at 54 State Street: Gallery event with Chellie Kew,
author of "African Journal: A Child's Continent". Display of
photographs, book signing, and gallery talk 4:30pm. Also, a Post
Holiday Inventory Sale. Including fine art by acclaimed gallery
artists 11:00am - 6:00pm

Golden Street Gallery at 94 Golden Street: "Traditions" new works by
Kat Murphy, Jessica Mercedes Thornton and Greg Bowerman. Reception
from 7pm to 12am.

Empress of Art Gallery at 66 Bank Street featuring local and
international artists

Ya-Ta-Hey Gallery at 279 State St. featuring American Indian Fine Art
& Jewelry. Open house all day. Reception & refreshments 5-8pm

The Oil Drum Art Exhibit, Union Station, New London
2 -11pm, opening reception 6 to 9pm, show runs through Feb 15

Flock Theater will present Antigone at the First Congregational
Church, on the corner of State & Union, Jan. 29, 30, 31, Feb 1, 5,
6, 7, & 8.
Performances start at 7pm. Tickets are $12 adults, $10 children.

Hygienic ONLINE!

New London -- Web surfers can now connect with Hygienic Art
24/7 to get info on upcoming events and shows in the galleries and
around town,
view the latest art creations by the resident artists co-op, link with
vital arts and community sites, read the history and ongoing evolution
of the Hygienic Art renovation project. All this was made possible by
a generous technology grant from the SBC Corp. Foundation and is
designed by the awesome webmeisters at Measure Twice. More can be
found at: www.hygienic.org. LOG ON!

Night Kitchens: Good Eats!
New London -- While enjoying the creative and artistic high
jinks at Hygienic XXV, don't forget to peruse New London's many
restaurants,
cafes and coffee houses. Dinner, dessert and drinks are available at
eateries varying from Indian, Mexican, American, Japanese, Thai and
more. New London Main Street is organizing the 3rd annual Night
Kitchens asking restaurants to remain open late for the Hygienic's
crowd. Plan ahead and request a copy of Niles's Restaurant Guide by
calling (860) 444-2489 or look online at www.newlondonmainstreet.org

State OK's Grant for the Hygienic Arts Park and Amphitheater Project
New London -- The State of Connecticut Bonding Commission has
awarded Hygienic Art, Inc. a generous grant in the amount of
$250,000 for the construction of the Hygienic Arts Park &
Amphitheater Project. This grant represents a major portion of the
funding required to begin the construction phase tentatively
scheduled for spring 2004. More donors are needed to make this
project a reality. Please help by calling (860)444-6855 or e-mail
at: v.scarano (at) hygienic.org. Many thanks to all our supporters out
there especially Senator Melodie Peters and Rep. Andrea Stillman for
securing the grant and to Chester Kitchings Foundation, the City of
New London, the Palmer Fund, Citizens Bank and all the donors at our
July Gala.

Garden of Hygienia Receives Beautification Award
New London -- The City of New London Beautification Committee
again has recognized Hygienic Art's Garden of Hygienia by
presenting an award to the galley at City Hall on December 15.
Vinnie Scarano, president and volunteer accepted the award on behalf
of Hygienic Art Inc. from Mayor Gerard Gaynor.



Hygienic Art XXV Organizational Meetings:
Tuesdays Nights at the Dutch Tavern on Green Street in New London,
starting at 7:30 pm. Come on down!!!



Hygienic Art Galleries
2004 Exhibition Schedule

Feb. 21-March 15:
New works by Dan Topali, Dianna Lee Miller and Kristina Hines

March 27- April 25:
Emerging Artits Cooperative Exhibition

May 1 - May 30:
Work of Greek artist Yannis Maltezos
with Arthur Ballelli & Ray Rossow

June 5 - June 27:
Women's Voices IV, This Time It's Personal

July 3 - August 6:
"40 by 40: The Art of the Set Design"
from 40 Years of the O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights
Conferences

August 14 - Sept. 12:
"Estrogen Patch" works by
Navada Swan, Tekla Zweir & Julie Delprado

Sept. 18 - Oct. 17:
Hygienic Resident Artists Show

Oct. 23 - Nov. 21:
internationally acclaimed painter Stoimen Stoilov and the poetry of
William Meridith

Nov. 27 - Dec. 26: "'Art' for the Holiday Consumer" Support art, buy
art. Art is Life.
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Re: 25th anniv of revolutionary Hygienic art fest
22 Jan 2004
yuck, there was supposed to be text along with
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