The Eulipia Series/Knot Frum Hear, d. scott miller tan

locationthe luggage storedate5 Dec, 2006


5-10 sliding scale, no one refused for lack of funds

the luggage store presents

curated by D.Scot Miller and Tan Khanh Cao


David Boyce: musician giovanni singleton: poet Open Mic/Salon

I know he moves along the piers.  Calls himself a Journey Agent, a Eulipion. Says his friends, the poets and artists, the musicians are journey agents  too. Betty H. Neals, for Rahsaan Roland Kirks Theme for the Eulipions

invites Eulipions who are Knot Frum Hear, to offer their gifts to fellow travelers. As D. Scot reveals his novel,

chapter  by chapter, and the event proceeds, artists will be invited back to the  shores of Eulipia for an art exhibit and opening performance D. Scot Miller and Tan Khanh Cao

giovanni singleton

Writer/editor/teacher giovanni singleton, a native of Richmond, VA,  founded nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts, a publication dedicated to  innovative critical and creative art from throughout the African  Diaspora  and other contested spaces.  singleton is a recipient of a New Langton Bay Area Award Show for Literature, and in 2000, her writing was featured  on the exterior of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. See nocturn

David Boyce

David Boyce, aka Osiris Black Edgar Kenyatta, aka Oskar Phat, aka Dogon  318 is one of the founding members of Bay Area acid jazz legends, Broun Fellinis. With his amazing array of pedals, and electronics, which is aptly named Black Edgar’s Musicbox, David is considered by many to be a true master of the saxophone, and impressively he is that more powerful behind his musicbox, redefining the komos of sound for each performance

open mic/salon

Visiual artists, craftsfolks, photographers, if you’re knot frum hear, you’ll fit right in. All Feet.  All Soul.