Mexicains Sans Frontiers

Mexicains Sans Frontieres is multimeida alternative artspace
located at 120 S Dvision #226 , Grand Rapids, Michigan
presenting the best in cutting edge new music and art.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Mystic Dub at MSF

Grand Rapids's new reggea band
featuring Michael Mackenzie
formerly of Arco Iris fame, Knunk,
Haje Nebula, Corrosive Kids etc..
Dec 7
part of the Urban Lights

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Fantastic Merlins @ MSF

New York/ Minneapolis based The Fantastic Merlins
will play Nov 9 at 8PM @ MSF
120 South Division Av #226
Grand Rapids MI 49503
All Ages $10
Nathan Hanson, tenor saxophone
Jacqueline Ferrier-Ultan, cello
Brian Roessler, bass
Federico Ughi, drums

Monday, November 5, 2007

Tatsuya Nakatani & David Stackennas

Nov 5th 8 PM
All Ages
120 South Division Av #226 Grand Rapids MI
tel 616-706-7963

Japanese Drummer/Percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani and Swedish Guitarist
David Stackennas visit Mexicains Sans Frontieres for an evening of
improvisation recorded live for a future broadcast on WBLV Blue Lake Public Radio

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Avenue for the Arts Open Studio Walk

The Avenue for the Arts is holding its annual Fall for the Arts gallery, studio and shop hop on Friday October 12th from 6-11pm! Located along South Division the Avenue of the Arts, includes both local businesses and the artists' live/work spaces located at 106-120 and 235 S. Division. With over 20 shops and studios to visit and so many things to see you may want to spend the whole evening checking out art and shopping local businesses. Maps of the event will be available Friday morning October 12th at Sanctuary Folk Art, All City Kicks and Scavenger Hunt Clothing.

As part of the Fall for the Arts here is a listing of special events and promotions for the evening.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Thollem Mcdonas & Joel Peterson

Thollem Mcdonas, pianist/vocalist/composer/improviser, recipient of the 2006 National Endowment of the Arts
Meet The Composer grant, was born Feb. 23, 1967 in the San Francisco Bay Area of Irish and Cherokee descent.
He is touring perpetually, the previous year in Europe, currently in the U.S. He began his musical training as a young child rigorously studying the keyboard repertoire from the renaissance to the 20th century. After graduating with degrees in both piano performance and composition he chose to become homeless for several years, opting to wander and live out of a backpack, rather than pursue a career as a concert pianist with a suit and tie. It is because of these dichotomies and rich, wildly disparate experiences that his music is so dynamic and appeals to such a wide variety of audiences.

With Joel Peterson, of the Scavenger Quartet, Immigrant Suns and
the founder of the National Bohemian Home.

Oct 11th 8PM
Mexicains Sans Frontieres
120 S Division Av #226
Grand Rapids MI