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Meat Meet Salon Series
The innovative, arts-forward, anti-profit group Yes We Cannibal is hosting talks and performances with artists in person, as well as streamed to Twitch in their Meat Meet Salon Series. Sundays 4 pm–6 pm at Yes We Cannibal’s Government Street space or twitch.tv/yeswecannibal. Free. The schedule is as follows:
January 9: Meat Meet #38: Author talk and interview with Gary Gautier––Gautier will discuss his 2017 book Hippies, an epic tale of 1960s counterculture in which a group of hippies discover an LSD-like drug that causes past life regressions.
January 16: Meat Meet #39: Live performance and interview with Nicky Click—the “one-woman feminist electro band,” as harolded by SF Weekly, will perform tracks from her new record, Reductive Nostalgia, with an interview to follow.
January 23: Meat Meet #40: Artist talk and discussion with Jeremiah Ariaz—The LSU College of Art and Design professor/internationally-renowned artist, whose work is largely rooted in explorations of the American West, will discuss his photography—particularly his earlier body of work entitled Staging the West.
January 30: Meat Meet #41: Author talk and interview with Laura Marris—Marris translated the first new English version of Albert Camus’ The Plague to be published in over seventy years, which has received acclaim in reviews by The New Yorker, The Guardian, and other publications.
1600 Government St