November 2013 at Joe’s Garage

Sunday November 3rd 2013, Movie night, A Scanner Darkly (Richard Linklater, 2006, 100′). Door opens at 20:00, film begins at 21:00. The war on drugs has been lost, and when a reluctant undercover cop is ordered to spy on those he is closest to, the toll that the mission takes on his sanity is too great to comprehend in director Richard Linklater’s rotoscoped take on Philip K. Dick’s classic novel. [read more]

Monday November 7th 2013, Mapuche Benefit, Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm.

Sunday November 10th 2013, Movie night, Can Dialectics Break Bricks Cinema by Jeffrey Babcock. ‘Pastoral: To Die in the Country’ (田園に死す. aka, Denen ni shisu ), 1974, directed by Shugi Terayama, 104 minutes, in Japanese with English subtitles. Door opens at 20:00, film begins at 21:00. Pastoral: To Die in the Country is another dazzling piece of surreal film-making from Shuji Terayama (*Throw away your Books*). Terayama was Japan’s infant-terrible of the turbulent sixties, an artist whose work is basically unknown here in the West. [read more]

Wednesday November 13th 2013, Bike Workshop, Lonely Collective Day Cafe, 3pm

Wednesday November 13th, Kritische Studenten Avond, 8pm. Speakers: Frank Lopez ( & Naus Steves on students strikes in Montreal and fracking in New Brunswick (Canada). Frank Lopez and Naus Steves will be in Amsterdam to take part in the Global Uprisings Conference. Twice a month on Wednesday, from 8pm, the Kritische Studenten Avond [read more]

Thursday November 14th 2013, Kazova Occupied Benefit, Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm. Kazova textile workers from Istanbul began their resistance movement on February 27th, 2013 after their dismissal with their 4 unpaid wages and severance pay. Then on April 28th, they set a resistance tent in front of the factory and on June 28th they occupied it. [read more]

Friday November 15th 2013, Discussion “Solidarity is for white women. A discussion about feminism and intersectionality”, 6:30pm

Sunday November 17th 2013, 6pm – Solidarity event for activists from Maribor, acoustic music by Alessandro Seul, food and more. After the Global Uprisings conference, meet up and socialize. [read more]

Monday November 18th 2013, Kaikoesie Benefit, Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm. Kaikoesie Foundation was founded on 19 November 1986 and it main goal is to protect the Indigenous people and heritage in Suriname by creating awareness of the disastrous environmental consequences of current practices of gold mining in Suriname. [read more]

Sunday November 24th 2013, Movie night, Ucho (The Ear) from Karel Kachyna, Czechoslovakia, 1970, in Czech language with English subtitles. Writers: Karel Kachyna, Jan Procházka (screenplay), starring Jirina Bohdalová, Radoslav Brzobohatý, Gustav Opocenský. Door opens at 20:00, film begins at 21:00. This highly-charged political satire from Czechoslovakia was banned for 20 years. It is the chronicle of a miserable marriage between a provincial bureaucrat and the boozy daughter of a pub-owner who find trouble when they learn through the grapevine that one of the husband’s superior’s has been arrested. [read more]

Monday November 25th 2013, Warka Benefit, Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm.

Wednesday November 27th 2013, Vegan Cake workshop, Lonely Collective Day Cafe, 3pm

Wednesday November 27th 2013, Kritische Studenten Avond, 8pm. Twice a month on Wednesday, from 8pm, the Kritische Studenten Avond. [read more]

Opening times:

Mo: 19.00 Volkseten Vegazulu
Tu: 11.00 – 15:00 Office Hours
Tu: 20.00 – 21.30 Kraakspreekuur
We: 15.00 – 18.00 Lonely Collective Day Cafe
We: 20:00 Kritische Studenten Avond (twice a month)
Th: 19.00 Volkseten Vegazulu
Fr: 19:00 Joe’s Collage, Cut & Paste Party (once a month)
Fr: 19:00 Singer Songwriters (once a month)
Sa: 14.00 – 18.00 Weggeefwinkel
Su: 20.00 Filmavond/Infoavond

Joe’s Garage
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