Check out The Tony Jones Show #213 - With music from: The Evil Streaks, 61 Ghosts, silverteeth, Mok Music Mark Cutler, Ravi Shavi, The Can't Nots, For The Love Of Sloane, The Copacetics, The Callouts, Eric and the Nothing, The Charms, Damone, The Safes, and SEXCoffee.
Travis, James and Kevin are discussing the art of bronzes and why they are an important part of the antiques world. Travis fears Bronze Disease, James puts on his metalsmith hat and Kevin sells a bronze doorstop for an ungodly amount of money.
ALSO: - Bronze in modern settings - The thinner the copper the better? - Modern street artists making bronze casts - K-Studio Bronzes - Verdigris and how it differs from Bronze Disease
Wickford Art Association (WAA) will present “March Into Art” from March 6 to March 29, 2020. Admission to the gallery, located at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI is free and open to the public.
The Call for Entries registration is on Tuesday- March 3 (11am-6pm), Wednesday- March 4 (11am-3pm), and Thursday- March 5 (11am-3pm). Artists may refer to www.wickfordart.org for submission guidelines and entry fees. Call for Entries registration is open to all artists (WAA members or non-members) and all media except photography. The theme for the show is ALL THINGS SPRING.
The juror is Mim Brooks Fawcett- Executive Director and Chief Curator at the Attleboro (MA) Arts Museum. Since 2006, Ms. Fawcett has focused her efforts on heightening the Attleboro Art Museum’s profile in the region, providing outstanding and diverse exhibitions and arts programs to promising and professional artists. She encourages visitors to explore the wonders and challenges of art through classes, gallery talks and workshops designed to stretch creative thinking.
The “March Into Art” opening reception will be held Friday- March 6, 2020 (6:30-8:30pm) at the WAA Gallery in North Kingstown, RI. Ms. Fawcett, WAA Staff and Board of Directors will present awards with cash prizes at 7:00pm.
The Wickford Art Association is a non-profit organization with over 450 members from Rhode Island and New England. The association hosts art shows and classes in its North Kingstown gallery and has produced the Wickford Art Festival every July since 1962. Wickford Art Association is dedicated to educating, encouraging and inspiring artists and art lovers throughout the community.
Wickford Art Association hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00am-3:00pm and Sunday 12:00pm-3:00pm. For more information, (401) 294-6840 or visit www.wickfordart.org
Travis, James and Kevin are talking all things TCG. Especially the big three Trading Card Games - Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon and Yugioh. Learn more about this nostalgia driven market and get to know more about how this market came to be in the 90s and early 2000s.
ALSO - Beta and Alpha Black Lotus - Holographic Charizard - The $2 Black Friday buy worth $500 - Foreign card releases and how the values track against their English counterparts.
04/09 Providence, RI. Fete Music Hall
04/11 Philadelphia, PA. Voltage Lounge
04/12 Brooklyn, NY. The Kingsland
04/13 Washington, DC. Pie Shop DC
04/14 Richmond, VA. Wonderland RVA
04/15 Johnson City, TN. The Hideaway * Chris White
04/16 Huntsville, AL. Sidetracks Music Hall
04/17 Atlanta, GA. The Masquerade - Hell
04/18 Tampa, FL. Crowbar
04/19 Orlando, FL. Haven Lounge
04/22 Dallas, TX. The House of Blues
04/23 Houston, TX. The House of Blues
04/24 Austin, TX. Come and Take It Live
04/26 Mesa, AZ. Club Red Mesa
04/27 San Diego, CA. Casbah San Diego
04/29 Garden Grove, CA. Garden Grove Ampitheater
04/29 Hollywood, CA. Whisky A Go-Go
04/30 Sacramento, CA. Holy Diver
05/02 Salt Lake City, UT. Metro Music Hall
05/03 Denver, CO. Larimer Lounge
05/05 Kansas City, KS. The Riot Room
05/06 St. Louis, MO. Red Flag
05/07 Chicago, IL. Subterranean
05/08 Newport, KY. Southgate House Revival w/ Chris White
05/09 Morgantown, WV. 123 Pleasant St. w/ Chris White
World's Greatest Actions Figures. Hear directly from the Father of the Modern Action Figure about the history of MEGO and all the legendary tales around this staple of pop culture.
Recorded live at Rhode Island Comic Con 2019.
Check out The Tony Jones Show #212 - With music from: Ducky Boys, Tony Jones & The Jerktones, Deer Tick, The Quins, We Own Land, Midnight Creeps, The Can't Nots, Blitzkid, 61 Ghosts, Castle Black, Carpathia, Damone, Radio Compass, Willie Alexander, Russ Carrick, Dylan Sevey and the Gentlemen
Hear the sound from Travis's panel at RI Comic Con, Investing in Pop Culture, featuring Al Mega of ComicCrusaders.com.
Learn more about why professionals are investing in comics and toys the same way others invest in the stock market.
Travis, James and Kevin are talking about early firearms! While they're quick to admit they are not lawyers and that you SHOULD check your local laws and requirements, they discuss the ins and outs of navigating your first antique firearms purchase for your collection. Learn more about these tricky (and sometimes really expensive) transactions.
ALSO: - World War I Semi-Automatic Colt Pistol - 1968 Gun Control Act - Federal Firearms Licensing for an Auction House - Buying history vs. Buying a firearm - Curio and Relic Licensing - Buying tanks, cannons and flamethrowers.
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