Last Friday: Chris Fultz, Britt Sebastian, Tom McCormack and La Les Britanica

by | Mar 26, 2010 | POLITICS

IN THIS MONTH’S LAST FRIDAY (RVAtv’s roundup of last month’s First Friday)::

Britt Sebastian
Designer, Hollywood Cemetery Apparel
With his work on display at Gallery 5, Britt discusses his history, work, and fly jackets made out of french surplus parachutes.

Chris Fultz
Architect, Stockton Clay
Reminisces on modernism in an old city and what the firm does. Stockton Clay is a collective of creatives, from architects to sculptors to interior designers.

Tom McCormack
Chemicals in Balance at Ghost Print
Discusses the origins and techniques used in creating his fifty pound flat works.
Tom McCormack’s website

Music from La Les Britanica
Performing live at Gallery 5



IN THIS MONTH’S LAST FRIDAY (RVAtv’s roundup of last month’s First Friday)::

Britt Sebastian
Designer, Hollywood Cemetery Apparel
With his work on display at Gallery 5, Britt discusses his history, work, and fly jackets made out of french surplus parachutes.

Chris Fultz
Architect, Stockton Clay
Reminisces on modernism in an old city and what the firm does. Stockton Clay is a collective of creatives, from architects to sculptors to interior designers.

Tom McCormack
Chemicals in Balance at Ghost Print
Discusses the origins and techniques used in creating his fifty pound flat works.
Tom McCormack’s website

Music from La Les Britanica
Performing live at Gallery 5

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