Jeremy Hogan is a local photographer, photojournalist, and filmmaker whose documentary work often appears in the Herald Times but has appeared in other publications nationwide. Â For years he has existed at the periphery of youth culture and counter culture and many of his photos document these movements, scenes, and communities.
The show at Sweet Hickory will feature photographs of protests and photos depicting life in Bloomington.Â The show opens December 17, 2006 with an event from 6-10pm.Â The show will run daily until January 19th.Â Sweet Hickory is located at 317 E 3rd St. in downtown Bloomington.Â For more info, contact Ryan at 812.369.5284.
Benefit Show for Brad Will/Green Scare Prisoners @ The Well Well Well (909 w. 9th st.) w/ Disaster + more | terrorware:
909 w. 9th st.
(the well well well)
dec. 7th THURSDAY
at 7 PM. Green Scare/Brad Will benefit show.
5 dollar donation.Featuring performances by:
* disaster (bloomington hardcore punk with slideshows)
* bitter homes and gardens(loud, wretching pop punk. brad and aaron.)
* dog dick motherfucker (emmalee and erin. in your mouth)
* sweet and sour (marilyn’s songs)
also at 7 there will be
* a drag show
* a letter writing station. (presumably for political prisoners)
For more info about Brad Will: http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2006/10/77757.html
For more info about the Green Scare: http://greenscare.org
For more info about the show, contact Aaron at shakinghell [at] gmail [dot] com