hello dreamers! just wanted to take a moment to share that we’re alive and well at the ‘haus, we’ve been hosting sparse word of mouth events, and later this month we hope to have a gathering of our pals over for a sweet spring yard sale coupled with an intimate evening of live music. we hope that your transition into the warmer weather has been met with good health and spirits, and we look forward to seeing y’all soon!
words can’t express how frustrating and upsetting this is. shows at dreamhaus have been so rad and important to me (and so many others) as of late but i don’t think we will be having any for a while. sorry y’all. so much love to my roommates and all of our friends who make this place mean so much to us. ❤
thank you to everyone who has sent messages of support and positivity in these dark, uncertain times.
many have asked about donating money.
we’ve added a “DONATE” tab to our tumblr linked to paypal. we assure you all donations will be directly used for the reimbursement of our losses, damages, and towards the future protection of our home. http://dreamhausforever.tumblr.com/donate
Watch Dawn Fauna, the recent psych folk project of Anna Rochinski (Quilt) and Regina Peterson (The Points North), accompanied by Greg Besun (Greg Sun) on drums for this performance, play “Arctic Shark” at Dreamhouse.
ATTENTION ALL ART-MAKING CREATIVES! The Tiny Gallery at Dreamhouse is now taking submissions for the month of January! Please submit one to three pieces (no larger than 4x6 inches) and a short bio about yourself and your work via email to email@example.com.
We’d like to thank Oskar Lawrence Brent Malone for being our first featured artist. An Atlanta native, Oskar goes to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and helps run the Orphan Gallery, a new art/show space in Lower Allston. He came to our Majical Cloudz/Little Spoon/Eat Cloud show in December, and, noticing the small flyer calling for art and empty cork board in our kitchen, retrieved a few of his photographs and installed them on the spot that night. Entitled ‘Finding Connection Through Nature’, his series of three 4x6 color photographs reveal striking images of a pristine rabbit hide he found suspended in muddied water and a woman’s bare back against a verdant forest backdrop. Fun fact: he was born in an elevator. To see more of Oskar’s photography, visit his tumblr.