Friday, March 27, 2009

EDP & SEGO Arts Foundation Present: ELECTRiC SEGO PARTY


The Walden School for Liberal Arts
Friday, March 27, 2009 at 9:30pm to 1:00am
4230 N University Ave. -the BIG white Mansion before Riverwoods Mall

Over the past few months a gang of nocturnal party starters have crushed all preconceptions of the Provo party scene forming a movement that has taken the valley by storm.
This month EDP has teamed up with Sego to throw an event that will continue to push the music you listen to and the Provo dance party scene.
EDP and SEGO are proud to unveil this semester's biggest party


With special guest DJs from the SLC scene->NEVER EAT NEON.
Never Eat Neon has redefined the dance music scene in SLC and the rest of Utah valley. They have spun with some of the biggest names in the scene, including Le Castle Vania, Villains, Classixx, and Million $ Mano (M.I.A.'s superstar DJ). You will not want to miss them on March 27th when they tear up the dancefloor with their face melting energy.
Location: 4230 N University Ave. Provo, UT 84604

- Look for the big white mansion (The Walden School for Liberal Arts) and video screen before Riverwoods Mall.
Cover: $3 at the Door. $2 with Facebook Event Confirmation.

-The Sego Arts Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) Non+Profit organization. All proceeds will contribute to the mission and purpose of the Sego Arts Foundation: to promote and develop contemporary arts in Utah Valley.

Dress: This event is all about "redefining" and that is exactly what EDP and the good peeps at Sego are going to do. Redefine and push the boundaries of who you are, dress to impress :] will be there with an on location studio photo booth.
5 buck prints that will include free web versions of purchased photos for easy uploading to facebook.

EDP and SEGO can't wait to share this epic night with all of you. Lets do this!
C U on 27.MARCH.2009

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Chris Purdie Artist Lecture

Sego Arts Foundation -Lecture
Thursday, March 26, 2009
7:00pm - 8:00pm

The performance has involved 35 performers all playing the role of Chris Purdie. They have worn the “Chris Purdie” uniform and performed the role as they have interacted with the viewers during the artist reception, and throughout the month. There has been at least one "Chris Purdie" in the gallery during open hours.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

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