January 11, 2011
Photos by Dan Levy
Los Angeles, CA
January 11, 2011
Photos by Dan Levy
Los Angeles, CA
THE OTHER VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
PHOTOS BY: DAN LEVY
at Beyond Baroque Foundation, Venice, CA
October, 13-16, 2011
Featured films included the Allen Sarlo documentary Work to Surf and the Dogtown farce film, Day at the Pool.
Allen Sarlo, aka “The Wave Killer”, aka “The King of Mailbu”. Allen was surfing by age 6, at 14 he was surfing the infamous “Cove” at the POP pier. The film, “Dogtown, Z Boys” documented his adolescence and captured a celluloid preview of his athletically intense surfing style. In 1974, at 16 Allen took first place at the prestigious Malibu 4-A contest, to the chagrin of the older surfers. He tells his adventure as a surfer and the many contests he wins. The surf life style film “Work to Surf” is Allen’s latest adventure, it’s a bio documentary with a ‘feel good’ message. Allen is an active member of Surfrider Foundation, rallying over the years for cleaner water at Malibu’s “Surfrider Beach”.
A Day at the Pool is a documentary-style film that attempts to uncover the true origins of modern skateboarding. Interviews with Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, Jay Adams and the rest of the Dogtown Crew reveal that an anonymous local kid may have been largely responsible for the skateboarding revolution that lead to their success in the late 70s.
For more info about the film fest go to http://othervenicefilmfestival.com/
PANHANDLE SLIM “L.A. FOLK” ART SHOW COVERAGE
OCTOBER. 15, 2011
PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY
Libby Knudson, artist and sole proprietor, of what has become one of the coolest galleries in Los Angeles, the Ranch-N-Roll, played host to yet another epic art expose’ on October 15, 2011. This evening featured the colorful and impacting works of deep South folk artist Panhandle Slim. Some in the skateboarding world might know him as Scott Stanton, one of the infamous Zorlac team warrior rippers. Others may know him through his unique Southern folk music with a twist. In whatever capacity you know of Panhandle Slim, his artistic talent is as unprecedented as his unassuming demeanor and relentless passion for creating his art in all forms.
This show highlighted a vibrant body of work encapsulating a diverse array of prolific musicians, skateboarders, poets, politicians, writers and other persons of merit. All of the paintings included quotes from the highlighted individual along with a caricature style portrait. It was overwhelmingly pleasant as you moved through the space and took in the power of the pieces coupled by the humor and sarcasm behind all the icons portrayed.
The opposing walls and displays were decorated with original works by Libby Knudson embellishing her custom country flair and unique eye for functional impacting display. The wooden cases were filled with authentic Western apparel and perfectly worn in cowboy boots giving you the sense of being in an old Western thoroughfare within shouting distance of a saloon.
The back patio served as a speak easy for the evening with an intimate setting where the small elite crowd was fortunate to experience a one of a kind performance by Rain Phoenix. This duo performed a rendition of “California Uber Alles” by the Dead Kennedies with a hauntingly prolific energy that left the entire audience in awe. The spirits were flowing as the barkeeper worked frivolously to appease the temporary saloon serving with a smile and sarcastic wit.
Panhandle Slim took a small detour from selling his art to sing a country song with Rain Phoenix bringing some Southern gut to the City of Angels. Exene Cervenka of legendary punk band X was in attendance along with art collectors and other Los Angeles elite.
The show was a complete success as Ranch-N-Roll continues to play host to some of the best modern-day artists in the world. Stay tuned for more to come from Panhandle Slim at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=814093496.
Make sure to check out Ranch and Roll when you are in the Los Angeles area and pick up one of Libby’s custom-made Guadalupe chairs while you’re there. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ranch-n-Roll/125615207451186
C.R. STECYK III ROGUE PRINTSHOP AND INSTALLATION
PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY
On the rare occasion, you may get a chance to meet your idols and have a conversation that will stay in your permanent story telling roster for life. It is even more out of the ordinary to actually be able to take part in the creative process with those you hold in high acclaim. The students of the California State University at Northridge, along with a lucky few, were able to do just that. The one and only C.R. Stecyk III led an interactive rogue printshop for aspiring art students of the university utilizing the techniques of silk screening and artistic lithography. Stecyk along with the students produced a body of work based around the concept of rogue signage, and the art was then hung up around the campus for all to see. The workshop went for three days and ended with a question and answer session with Craig, following a rare video installation . It was truly a one of a kind experience and the students were able to get a glimpse into what it really takes to be a professional artist.
The CSUN West Gallery, Art and Design Center, is in Room 201, 18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA. Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat. 12-4pm. Thurs 12-8pm. Installation dates. Oct. 7-8 and Oct 10, 2011
JUICE MAGAZINE EVENT LISTING 2011-2012
The Juice Magazine Event Listing represents a mix of dates from press releases and current news outlets. If you see a mistake, please email us. All event listings are subject to change. If you have news or an event you’d like to have listed please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov 8 – 1031 Tour
Nov 10 – RS2 Solid Sound @ Tres Gringos (San Jose, CA)
Nov 11 – Billy Al Bengston @ Subliminal Projects (1331 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026) 7PM – 10PM
Nov 12 – Texas Style Transitionary Ritual @ Overground Project ( 2117 S. Ervay St. Dallas, Texas
Nov 12 – Cold Man Jam 5 @ Pier 62, NYC, NY, 10AM – 3PM
Nov 12 – Recent Work by Peggy Oki Opening Reception @ the Sojourner Cafe (134 E. Canon Perdido, Santa Barbara, CA 93101)
Nov 12 – Harold Hunter Day V @ 12TH L.E.S. Skatepark (New York City, NY)
Nov 12- Kar and Bike Show @ Downtown Wilmington, NC on Princess St. from Frount St. to 3rd St.
Nov 12 – Nuclear Blast presents Exodus, All Shall Parish, Origin & Decrepit Birth @ The Roxy (9009 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069)
Nov 12 – RAT Tour @ Lewisville Skatepark (1031 S. Railroad Park, Lewisville, TX 75057)
Nov 12 – Memphis Skate Park Grand Opening (Memphis, TN) 10AM
Nov 12-Dec 20 – Vans Triple Crown of Surfing @ North Shore, Oahu, HI
Nov 13 – Invincible Skateboards Launch Party/Art Show @ Tiger Tiger Bar in North Park, San Diego, CA) 6PM
Nov 19 – King Of ‘Crete Florida Bowlriders Cup @ Orlando Skatepark (400 Festival Way Orlando, FL 32803) 11AM
Nov 19 – Grind For Ray @ Greenfield Grind Skate Park (1701 Burnett Boulevard, Wilmington, NC) 9AM
Nov 19 – Punk Rock BBQ Make Up Show @ The Queens Wharf (555 Pico Ave. Long Beach, CA)
Nov 19 – The Ian Tilmann Foundation’s Benefit Rock Fest & Board – A – Thon @ MLK Community Center / Stirling Skate Park (550 Laura Lane Dunedin, FL 34698-4927) 10AM
Nov 19-20 – Telekom Extreme Playground @ Berlin, Germany
Nov 19- Dec 31- Surfing Santa and Surfboard Auction @ The Ritz- Carlton, Laguna Niguel
Nov 24-Dec 6 – O’Neill World Cup @ Sunset Beach, Oahu, HI (tentative)
Nov 26 – Venice Surf-A-Thon @ Venice Beach, CA
Nov 26 – Venice Thanksgiving Throwdown @Venice Beach Skate Park (Venice, CA)
Dec 1- 4 – Tampa AM @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL
Dec 1-Feb 28 – Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau @ Waimea Bay, Oahu, HI
Dec 3 – N-Men 2011 Christmas Party @ The Blue Lamp (Sacramento, CA) 9PM
Dec 8-20 – ASP World Tour Billabong Pipe Masters @ Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, HI
Jan 5 – 6 – Agenda @ Long Beach Convention Center (300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802)
March 19 – 23 – The Ultimate Boarder Surfing on Seaside Reef in Cardiff, CA
Mar 23-25 – Tampa Pro @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL
March 24 Ultimate Boarder Skateboarding @ The Del Mar Fairgrounds
May 12 – 13 – OluKai Ho’Olaule’a Ocean Festival (Maui, HI)
June 8 – 10 – 16th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival @ The Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, NV)
June 15 – 17 – AM2 2012 @ The Anaheim Convention Center (800 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92802)
BIG THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED. Check out some flicks from the Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 3: A Benefit for Babette.
Want to send us your pictures? Have any questions? CLICK HERE to get on our Kaptur page and see everyone’s posts, photos, and videos from the event.
Color photos by Dan Levy. Black and white photos by Alicia Gilmour.
Thank you to everyone that donated, attended, volunteered and participated. The event was a huge success!
Nick Manning – Drummer (Southbay Nick)
Tom Davis – Lead Singer (Crazy Tom)
Aime Caron – Guitar
Tony Alva – Bass
DJ: Ray Flores
House of Marley
Big Daddy & Sons
Century Media Records
Chris “Slappy” Sutherland
DC Jam Records
Garage Skate Shop
Just Chill Water
Maui & Sons
Monster Energy Drinks
Tom from HB & wife
VSA – Venice Skateboard Association
CATERING DONATED BY:
Just Chill Water
SKATE RAMP DONATED BY
Doug Smith (art)
ART DONATED BY:
C.R. STECYK III
SUSANNE MELANIE BERRY
KELLY D. WILLIAMS
ERIC “TUMA” BRITTON
STATE OF SKATE WALL SKATEBOARDS
Bill’s Nelson Painting
Nikki at Sushi Girl
Susanne Melanie Berry
Amy & Gemma
Garage Skate Shop
Christine & Bob Milam
Roland “Cholo” Sanchez
We wanted to thank everyone that came out to the Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 3: A Benefit for Babette! The photos and video are in progress and we’ll be posting all the coverage soon, but in the meantime, we wanted to put out an update on the current items up for auction to help Babette. We had some amazing artists contribute pieces to the auction. Here are the first four items ready to be bid on.
Juice Magazine is hosting a once-in-a-lifetime group art show/fundraiser on October 20, 2011 at the Juice Magazine headquarters on the Venice Beach Boardwalk and we would like to extend this invitation to you and your guests to attend.
The Juice Magazine Surf Skate Culture Collection 3 is a Benefit for Babette & Jeff Ho. Babette has been diagnosed with late stage cancer, and all proceeds from the event will go to help Babette and Jeff Ho to defray medical expenses. Jeff Ho and Babette have been pillars of the surf/skate community for over three decades. This show is more than a benefit. It is a chance for all of us to show how the surf/skate community can rally and support two of our most distinguished participants. Join us in this very special evening and let’s show how we can make a real difference in Jeff and Babette’s lives.
Featured artists that have contributed artwork to the group show include Block, C.R. Stecyk III, Cris Dawson, Chuck Katz, David Hackett, Doug Smith, Eric Dressen, Eric “Tuma” Britton, Jason Adams, Jason Jessee, Jay Adams, Jesse Martinez, Kelly D. Williams, Libby Knudsen, Pat Ngoho, Bart Saric, Panhandle Slim, George Peterson, Errandboy, Brett Hammond, Mitch Reiter, Ona Gauthier, Steve Olson, Susanne Melanie Berry, Tim Kerr, Wes Humpston & many more. Jeff Ament has also donated his Fender Squire bass guitar autographed by all the guys in Pearl Jam to help Babette and Jeff Ho, as well as a hand-painted Zephyr tribute skateboard to benefit Babette and Jeff Ho.
This unique evening will also include a very special musical performance by Tony Alva (Babette’s half-brother) and his band G.F.P. Skateboarding legend Ray Flores will be spinning old school classics all night.
Sponsors for the benefit include: Vans, DTA Posse, House of Marley and Sector 9.
Catering provided by: Sushi Girl, Just Chill Water, Hemp Ale and Lagunitas Brewing Company.
Volunteers: Alicia Gilmour, Tanya Martin, Chris Eidem, Jamie Anderson, Lauren Wiley, David Wiley, Bill Nelson, Daryle Jenewein, Sharon WuTang, Libby Knudsen, Jess Braam, Vanessa Davey.
Raffle Items provided by: Subjekt Audio, Carter Slade Surf Videos, VSA, Native Shoes.
State of Skate Wall features skateboards from: Girl, Chocolate, Dogtown, Element, Shut Skates, Zero, Mystery, Slave, Blind, Darkstar, Enjoi, Almost, Cliche, Black Label, Powell Peralta, Bulldog Skates, Skull Skates, Factory 13, Skatepuck, Evil Goods, Pool Kings, Skatermade and Black Label.
When: October 20, 2011 – 6pm-10pm
Why: A Benefit for Babette and Jeff Ho
Where: Juice Magazine – 319 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA 90291
What: Group Art Show + Skateboarding + Music + Food + Drinks + Fun
Who: Tony Alva’s Band G.F.P. will be playing a special jam session & Ray Flores will DJ for the show.
How: $20 Suggested Donation at the Door. All ages welcome. RSVP is required. Please RSVP to Juice@JuiceMagazine.com
If you can’t attend the event, but would still like to donate, below is the link to the donation page.
Please feel free to forward this link and/or post the event flyer. We hope to see you there!
319 OCEAN FRONT WALK
VENICE, CA 90291
Folk L.A. is an art show featuring the deep South’s Panhandle Slim and his paintings of L.A.’s top anti-heroes: from Axl to Z-Boys and more. Panhandle Slim otherwise known as Scott Stanton, (old Zorlac pro) has put together an epic show that will be hosted by the lovely Libby Knudsen at the Ranch-N-Roll, at 5106 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles, CA. Special Guest, Rain Phoenix, will be singing original songs and punk rock classics for opening night of the show, October 15, 2011.
Check out more from Panhandle Slim at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=814093496
Check out more from Ranch-N-Roll at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ranch-n-Roll/125615207451186
PINK MOTEL PARTY
OCTOBER 1, 2011
Beers, bros and the ultimate backyard, the Pink Motel… This party in the Pink was one good time for all. When you need a dose of the brotherhood of skateboarding, here it is. There was endless heckling and boards tapping on the coping all night long. Special guests included some of the heaviest characters in skateboarding with Rick Blackhart cheering and jeering every run, while Malba emceed and tried to control the flow of the session, and Duncan, Reategui, Ngoho, Skreech and a slew of hardcores partied their heads off. Badlanders massacred the deep end, while Lance Mountain provided decades of Pink Motel inspiration to the generations of skateboarders that got together for this bro-down. We could go on and make a giant list of names of all the pool warriors that were there and tell you how hard they all ripped, but check out this video instead and see for yourself. This is skateboarding.
Filming by Dan Levy and Alicia Gilmour. Editing by Alicia Gilmour © 2011 Juice Enterprises, Inc.
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