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Thank You!
Posted December 10, 2006
Big thanks to everyone who came out to the EBC on November 25th for the AAAlliance Fall showcase, as well as all of our shows this year. 2006 has been a great year for The Active Artists Alliance.

We are currently discussing ideas for bigger and better shows and events in 2007. If you would like to make some suggestions, or get involved in the discussion, email:

Stay tuned...


WNY AAAlliance Fall Showcase Nov 25
Posted November 08, 2006
WNY AAAlliance Fall Showcase Nov 25
On Saturday, November 25th at The Ellicottville Brewing Co. on Main St. in Fredonia, The WNY Fall '06 Showcase will feature the work of 11 AAAlliance Member Artists; and live music from 10-2 by:
The Audience
Origin Muse

Little Dirty Goat
There will be a $4 cover for this ALL AGES event, and anyone who brings 5 non-perishable food items for a local cupboard will get in for only $2. There will be an opening reception with the artists from 8-10pm


UFO's and Girl Problems Nov 13
Posted October 19, 2006
UFO's and Girl Problems Nov 13
J-Town AAAlliance member and Tonic Production co-founder Steve Olson's upcoming show "UFO's and Girl Problems", will open Monday, November 13th at the New Reg Studio.
118 third street in beautiful Downtown Jamestown, NY.
Doors will open at 5, with music beginning at 7 from Yip Yip and The Loud Brown Crayon Assassins.


Call for Artwork in Western New York
Posted September 26, 2006
There is a new Art / Music / Film venue in Jamestown, NY, and We have been informed that this space will feature an AAAlliance wall, where our member artists can display work.
The venue is at 118 3rd street in the former Infinity Studio space. It's being run by a group called Tonic Productions. Check them out.

Anyone interested in showing off some work should contact or


AAAlliance at The Local Music Showcase
Posted August 25, 2006
The AAAlliance Mobile Gallery will be on display in Downtown Jamestown, NY on Saturday September 9, for the Local Music Showcase. The LMS is an event organized by our friends at The Chautauqua Region Word, to benefit the Infinity Performing Arts Program, which provides instruments and music lessons, as well as practice and recording space for promising young musicians in Western NY.

This will be an all-day, rain or shine event. There will be great live music all over downtown during the day, and more music in the bars and other venues at night. More details can be found online through the Chautauqua Area Music Project.


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