CHECK OUT PARTS 1-3 ~ The MAMMOTHON 2020 ~ a Variety Show : EPISODE 1 (Pilot)
WATCH & IF YOU'RE INSPIRED TO, PLEASE DONATE A LIL BIT... WE'RE GETTING THERE, Y'ALL!!


(OUR FEATURED BONNIE 'PRINCE' BILLY LIVE SET is PART 2)


<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< EPISODE 1 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 

HOSTS
John Paul Wright - Our poet emcee, also playing his railroad music songs
Octo Claudius 'Seedy' McSeedster - Co-host with Freakish Entertainment
Aron Conaway - Current Keeper of the MAMMOTH and a bit of Time

MUSIC
Brett Eugene Ralph and Mark Hamilton
Tauri Sb, Safe in Solitude
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Singing 'In Isolation for Isolation' with his guitar
John Taylor and the Church Organ, from outer regions
John Paul Wright offers songs to keep living by
Danny Bethea, a song from a bedroom
The Mourning, a message from the Past

POETRY and INSPIRATION, VIDEO/ART/PERFORMANCE
John Paul Wright Gregory Chaney Jameson Welch Craig McClurkin Damian Taggart

LIVE TECH/STREAM CREW
Craig McClurkin (Pre-Production, Video Technician, Camera)
John Barrera (Stream, Video Mix),
Steve Good (Audio)
Aron Conaway (Camera, Lighting, Direction, Production)

ALL POST-PRODUCTION
Craig McClurkin (our heavy-lifter hero)
Aron Conaway

(Original Broadcast date: Saturday, March 28th, 2020 (Amid Corona virus lock-down in Kentucky))

 
 
 

DONATE HERE

REAWAKENING THE MAMMOTH: A 4 1/2 minute story of the MAMMOTH Art Community

 



The MAMMOTHON 2020 - LIVE TRANSMISSION - Variety Show: Episode 1

A 5-hour video stream telethon fundraiser for the MAMMOTH, a vital, but shut down Community/ Art Center in Louisville, Kentucky. We need your help to pull the beast out of the mud so we can GET THE REAL SHOW ON THE ROAD. We have important work to do… a Future to build for.

So, why are these videos here? In light of everybody’s social-distancing and isolation at home it seemed like a really good way to entertain the people and keep spirits up! A CREATIVE TRANSMISSION: This variety show from many secret undisclosed locations has so much live expression, and so many glimpses into the creative worlds of some outrageously awesome Louisville peoples… and some faithful friends from afar.

Just watch… There will be music, poetry, crazy rants, micro explorations into odd Space, skits, video, performance art, short films and much more... This is our Pilot show, so there's more to come…

~If you have a few extra dollars please help us bring this sacred Creative Space BACK TO LIFE~
If things are tight, we understand, indeed. Enjoy whatever you can here. Please keep us in mind later down the road when this are more stable.

And LASTLY, before we get on with it…  A huge, MAMMOTH THANK YOU is due to the dozens of folks who have thrown a little or a lot of cash into the GoFundMe pot to save this amazing building from being lost to the World. Unfortunately Greedy people like the tear beautiful old things apart. So thank you for you for supporting our cause. Keep fighting the good fight with us. Infinite Love to You.  


 

Artists, poets, musicians, performers, puppeteers, story-tellers, sound artists, video artists, animators, time-lapsing crocheters, whoever you are… whatever ya do to create…  get onboard for Episode 2… Interested in submitting a clip to share from your creative corner of the Universe?? Send a transmission…

info (at) themammoth (dot) org



NOTE:
Due to the World-we-knew being knocked sideways by the
NOVEL CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK WE'RE ALL LIVING THROUGH
THE PURCHASE and REPAIRS for the MAMMOTH are ON DELAY.
FUNDRAISING will continue. However, our
DEADLINE HAS BECOME UNCERTAIN.
WE'RE GOING WITH THE FLOW.

MUCH LOVE AND LIGHT TO ALL.



MENDING THE MAMMOTH'S OLD BONES
After three exciting and productive years at the heavy timber and old red brick
building, activity and development of The MAMMOTH came to a halt. The Fire Marshall
and the City shut down operations due to structural damage to several dozen basement
wood columns. Now we need your help. Check out our Fundraising Video and visit our
Fundraising Page on GoFundMe.com

All three floors and the basement have been inspected /assessed by Structural Engineer,
Ron Peron. He has prepared a full 6-page four-floor plan for all repairs required to
bring the building up to code.