| OPEN HIVE / film - Helvetica
[KINGSTON] Tue, Jan 26, 6PM
[BEACON] Thu, Jan 28, 6PM
BYOB Happy Hour @ 6:00
Open to the public — bring friends. Donations appreciated.
This month's film: Helvetica (2007)
We use it every day on our computers, we see it on street signs — and we take it for granted. Now, Gary Hustwit's unique documentary introduces us to Helvetica, a font whose readability has made it the most popular in the world. Interviews with designers and artists offer insight into the development, use and universal acceptance of Helvetica as the typeface of choice for everything from writing letters to creating corporate logos.
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Each month at this intimate, informal gathering at the hive, we show a film with a message — sometimes entertaining, sometimes political, always inspiring, engaging and thought provoking.
We start the evening with a kind of bring-your-own happy hour and then screen the film around 7PM. We'll have healthy, organic popcorn. Please bring something to drink and other food to share if you like.
Projector generously provided by Fovea.
OPEN HIVE / music - New Music Salon
Fri, Jan 29, 7PM
Suggested donation: $10 / BEAHIVE members*: $5
* glass of wine or soft drink included
Stephen Johnson with guest musicians
Join us the 2nd and last Fridays each month for this series of compact, semi-acoustic and innovative music acts. Hosted by Stephen Johnson.
Learnalism Project - Potluck & Party Fundraiser
Sat, Jan 30, 6:PM
Suggested donation: $20 / BEAHIVE members $10 (or what you can spare)
Delicious food, great live music, and good dancing. This event is a fundraiser for The Learnalism Project, which will document projects across North America that are practicing holistic sustainability.
6PM -> potluck dinner (bring something yummy to share)
7:30 -> acoustic performances by local singer-songwriters
8:30 -> full-tilt dance party
Bring your family and friends for this festive evening.
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