Free 24/7 event at CAID - free and open to public - pass it on
Friday at midnight CAID will open its doors to the public beginning with a special DJ event (Jay from Art Fag, Inc., Baby Joseph from Disco Night and Platinum Detroit) and a viewing of the Eco Village exhibition (sponsored by the City of Detroit) and remain open until Saturday, June 14 at midnight. This special event will feature various programs including lectures, drawing classes, concerts, camping and more. The 8 day 24 hour always open event will be free and open to the public with the exception of the last few hours for the Rock City Festival on Saturday, June 14.This is a free event but donations will be accepted to help victims of the CAID Raid to cover impound fees and any other costs associated with the May 31st police shake down.
All funds raised from this "always open" event will go directly to assist our members who received tickets on May 31st and experienced serious civil rights violations. All of the staff, DJs, artists, musicians, lecturers and art instructors will be volunteering their time and talents to help make this event a meaningful one for everyone. If you would like to volunteer please contact us at 313.899.2243 ext 151 or email@example.comWe plan to serve as a beacon for the next 8 days for anyone who wants to celebrate life and the power of the human spirit in all of its creative and curious wonder.
BTW, the following is prohibited and will not be admitted in the gallery:GamblingIllegal DrugsAlcoholFirearmsProstitutionCAID will be admitting dancing as part of a larger artistic performance piece that we hope everyone will participate in. We will be showing the movie Footloose on the large screen outside all night.
For those who would like to camp out over night anytime during the 24/7 day event we welcome you to bring your tents and pitch them in the back yard.
Free stuff: CAID will be providing free barbeque tomorrow and select days during the week, along with free "CAID Raid 2008 Survivor" t-shirts for those who have a ticket from the May 31st CAID Raid. Bring the ticket or a copy of the ticket and your ID. If you would like the barbeque brothers to grill something from your fridge please bring it along and they will be happy to do so compliments of the larger cause.CAID welcomes any bands or performance artists to schedule a day or evening to perform live on stage during this event.
There are many hours in a day and many more in a week so if you want to be part of this artistic event please contact at firstname.lastname@example.orgWe welcome anyone to bring in video or photographic equipment to document this 24 hour 8 day event.Yours in art and creative expression,Aaron Timlin & the entire CAID family
Dancing and hula hooping in the streets is permitted but at your own risk.