SOME CONFUSION ABOUT ED SAAVEDRA.

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So, Ed Saavedra called me up, and a good thing, too--seems some peeps are laboring under the misapprehension that the opening for his one-man show at FL!GHT, entitled "All By Myself," is tonight.

IT IS NOT!

There is an opening tonight at adjoining ONE9ZERO6 for Missi Smith, about which you can read more here. So, by all means, go on over to the 1906 complex.

BUT ED'S SHOW DOESN'T OPEN UNTIL 3/17, ST. PATRICK'S DAY.

Here's that info:

"Absent a neatly-packaged shtick, Saavedra avoids easy categorization by simultaneously experimenting on multiple projects and series. His art offers mere static glimpses - only the ends, artifacts, fossils - from a daily process concerned with purpose and progress rather than yesterday's finished product.

WHERE: FL!GHT

1906 South Flores

(the heart of the burgeoning South Flores Arts District)

San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 872-2586

www.turnitoff.tv AND www.southflores.com

WHEN: TUESDAY, MARCH 17 2009 opening with the artist.

6-11pm (FREE) reception with special musical guests (presented by Portland, Oregon music and art label Hometapes in an exclusive-to-San-Antonio pre-SXSW engagement):

Slaraffenland (Copenhagen, DK)

Megafaun (Durham, NC)

AND live video projection and sound from:

Silace Amaro (Berlin, DE)

`Exhibition CLOSES Thursday, April 2, 2009 with a 6-11pm dance party.

For more info on the bands:

http://www.slaraffenland.net/

http://www.myspace.com/megafaun

www.home-tapes.com

For info about Silace Amaro and Media Decompression Berlin click on:

http://www.mdcberlin.org/

...Ed's opening sounds fun, but again: IT IS NOT TONIGHT.

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