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Lala 2011 Fall Line-Up Interview and E3 Sampler

  

We recently had the pleasure of enjoying E3 at the Lala Gallery in Downtown Lafayette.

After the noise, we interviewed Angela about the upcoming line-up at Lala over the next year or so. Some topics include:

Look. Learn. Create. Collect.
Look. Learn. Collect your creations. Collect other art.
September 16th Gallery Walk Second Space Gallery!
Beat Your Knuckles on the Door
How does one bang their knuckles the door to get showcased?
Market the big dogs!
Apply for the South Gallery
Middle of September, call for entry!
Risky. Shaking. Style.
I’m just loving it.
Lala Facebooks.
Look ahead. Shaking it up.
Lala will continue.

Angela Vinson’s Interview in the Fall of 2011 about the upcoming Line-Up

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An Audio Collage of the September 2nd, 2011 E3 Event

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E3: Experiment, Exchange and Enjoy Improvisational Arts #3 Interviews – Lala Gallery – March 11th, 2011

Another glorious and strange evening of E3 performances occurred on March 11th, 2011 at the wonderful Lala Gallery in downtown Lafayette. Afterwards, we interviewed a person from the audience and some of the artists involved. The result is the audio below.

If you were involved in any capacity with E3 (audience member, performer, casual observer) and would like to comment on the evening, the interviews, or the idea of E3 in general, you can call The Media Collective’s freeform question, comment, and improvisational line, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638). Call day or night!

Enjoy!

Play the full set of Interviews in MP3:

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Download/Stream (OGG) the Interviews

  • Interview 01 – Esteban Garcia of Paper Jamz MP3 | OGG (2:59)
  • Interview 02 – Jordan Cleland of Paper Jamz MP3 | OGG (2:15)
  • Interview 03 – Aaron Zernack of Paper Jamz MP3 | OGG (2:20)
  • Interview 04 – Audience Member MP3 | OGG (3:16)
  • Interview 05 – Chester Udell MP3 | OGG (3:02)
  • Interview 06 – Holly Jaycox MP3 | OGG (4:59)
  • Interview 07 – Angela Vinson, Lala Gallery owner MP3 | OGG (5:41)

Sadly, some of the artists left early and we were not able to interview them in person. We did, however, follow up via e-mail. You can read the rest of this entry for their written responses.

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Dada at Lala – E3: Experiment, Exchange and Enjoy Improvisational Arts #2 Interview – February 11th, 2011

We had the pleasure of enjoying another great E3 event at Lala Gallery in downtown Lafayette. Afterwards, we spoke to the people in the audience and some of those involved.

Below is what we created from that night.

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E3: Experiment, Exchange and Enjoy Improvisational Arts at Lala Gallery

We just received an e-mail from Danny Weiss about the upcoming Experiment, Exchange and Enjoy (E3) series at Lala Gallery in downtown Lafayette. The tentative dates are:

  • January 14
  • February 11
  • March 11
  • April 08

From the E3 web site:

E3 Series for Improvisation Performance is a new event taking place once a month in downtown Lafayette’s Lala Gallery. Our goal is to present dynamic performances around the central theme of Improvisation by a variety of artists from different genres, including dance, sound and spoken word.

They also have a Kickstart project for this series. Please help donate if you can:

If you are involved in any performance art that uses improvisation, sign up now!