Here is the information about the Group Show and Party this Sat night in Time Square. I will have a bunch of work up. About 20 new prints I've made for me, as well as a ton of recent work I've shot for the NY Post. I'm real curious to see these two totally different breeds of work combined together on one wall. (What I have made for the day job vs. what I have made for myself). Also, if I have photographed you in the past year, there is a chance you will be hanging on the wall. Come on Over. Drink some booze, peek at pictures, some paintings, live music, and buy some little $2-10 mystery goodies if you please. Specifics Bellow: Spit And Duct Tape collective, the kids are bored, and spaceworks @ the tank are proud to present: The Day Job: An Art and Live Music Event Saturday, March 27, 2004 7PM to 12 midnight $5 admission The Tank 432 West 42nd Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues New York, NY The Day Job features 13 artists, musicians, and DJ's for one day only. You can expect installations, painting, photography, video, performance, affordable art, and live electronic music and DJs. We will be showcasing artists who support themselves with a day job. The business of the art world fosters a separation between ones' creative endeavors and the ways in which they are funded. We find there's an interesting disparity between the unacknowledged dirty secret of a day job and the influence it has on ones artwork. Artists: Lisa Bennett, Virgil Wong, Alex Confer, Sarah Small, Jeff Stark, Liz Tascio, Barbra Walker, and Jennifer Sanchez. Live musicians and performers: Charles Cohen, Glomag, Jon Keith Brunelle, Velapene Screen, and DJ Kevin. For more information and up to date line-ups and artists, visit www.spitandducttape.com. Any inquiries may be addressed to [email protected].