[imc-st.louis] Beehive Collective thursday!

Mark mberry at riseup.net
Sun Apr 2 08:43:04 PDT 2006

hello friends,
we are about to take off on our flight path starting in austin, texas
and ending at our hive in machias, maine, with many stops along the
way. our tour will be coming to st. louis on april 6. we will be
presenting at the Shangri-La  Diner on 2201 Cherokee St, at 7:30pm. we
hope to see you there and please spread the word. please contact the
American  Friends Service Commitee and Community Arts  and Media
Project (www.stlcamp.org) for more information. check out the tour
announcement below and the link to our tour schedule if youre now
living in a different locale. thanks for your support!

the bees

D  I  S  M  A  N  T  L  I  N  G    M  O  N  O  C  U  L  T  U  R  E:

            March thru August 2006
...a visual storytelling of the Beehive?s Graphic Trilogy
focused on corporate globalization in the Americas

At long last, the trilogy connected as one visual tour de force!

...our most ambitious and elaborate illustration to date...
                   ...2 YEARS in the making!

-AVAILABLE for locations throughout the U.S. and Southern CANADA

It?s a picture-lecture to be understood by anyone? not just the experts
and political analysts!

The Beehive is a wildly motivated all-volunteer, art-activist collective
that has gained international attention and participation for its
collaboratively produced graphics campaigns. (Wait!  You aren't familiar
with the bees' work?  Visit www.beehivecollective.org)

With three giant illustrated portable murals, a six foot tall fabric
storybook, and an engaging narrative, the Bees take audiences on
an interactive VISUAL tour of the connections between COLONIZATION,
MILITARIZATION, and RESOURCE EXTRACTION in the Americas.  We will be
exposing the agendas of the Free Trade Area of the Americas,
Plan Colombia, and celebrating resistance to Plan Puebla Panama in
Mesoamerica. JOIN IN as we deconstruct the complex and overwhelming
issues that are shaping our world, using bioregionally accurate
depictions of animals and insects as metaphors to link cultural and
ecological diversity.

For MORE INFO please visit our TOUR page via the link below.

Your help in spreading the word is much-appreciated,  THANK YOU!

the beehive design collective
bees at beehivecollective.org
3 elm st | machias maine | 04654
909.331.8529 (cell)
207.669.4117 (voice mail | before May 1st)
207.255.6737 (in Maine   | after  May 1st)
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St. Louis Independent Media Center
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