Q:other than looking bad is a weeping mortar joint a good strong joint ? I'm looking at a house that was built in 1965 and other than the cement weeping out its not a bad looking house. And if it's a strong joint how hard is it to remove the weep ?
Thanks for the interesting question, unfortunately it appears you want to speak with someone who knows about construction or masonry, but alas we only know about art and community. We are a small community arts organization in Cocoa, Fl. Sorry for the confusion.
Open Mic Night Turns 1!
Join us tonight at 8:30 pm in the Brick & Mortar studios for our 1 year anniversary of Open Mic Night. It’s the best night of the month for us because we get to simply open up our space and share it with anyone with a song in their heart, a poem on their lips and of course, an interpretive dance move emanating from their hips.
Admission is 100% free, with beverages available upon donation and free popcorn for everyone!
So come and join us, and bring a friend. Sign up starts at 8:30 pm, and we’ll get started closer to 9 pm.
For more details click here.
End of 2011.
Dear friends & fellow builders,
We hope your holiday season was bright and oh so merry. We wanted to let you know we will not be having a Open Mic Night this month, as we are all taking a bit extra time with our families. But, we will resume hosting Open Mic every last wednesday of the month in January 2012. We sincerely hope to see you in the New Year.
Where’s the GOLD at?
Join our friends the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra for a Gold Party & Fundraiser on Thursday Dec. 15 from 6:30-10 pm in our studios. You can bring your unwanted gold jewelry, rings, earrings, even broken things, and exchange it for CASH. Food, drink, music and lots of gold merriness to accompany. Even better, the SCSO will benefit 10% of gold exchange earnings. It’s a win win.
RSVP here and let us know you’re coming!
We know what you’re thinking, this isn’t a “drink the Kool-Aid” type event.
We’re simply opening up Brick & Mortar for an informal meet-up of people working or interested in environmental topics. If that’s you, join us Tuesday nights at 6:30PM for Green Drinks, as guest presenter Jonathan Dodd of Keipos leads the discussion about local food and organic farming.
These events are simple, designed to spark conversation and change in our community, and free to attend.
Also, mark you’re calendar for upcoming Green Drinks.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011: “Local Medicine & Herbalism”, lead by 5th & 6th generation healers Anneke and Anneke of Mrs. Mango & Company.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011: “Local Energy”, lead by Andrew Moore of Coalwar.com.
Join us Friday, November 11 at 4:00pm for a special screening of Vanishing of the Bees, a compelling look at the economic, political and ecological impact of the disappearance of the honeybees. The film is a part of a new series called The Green Screen hosted in collaboration with Mrs. Mango & Company, CoalWar.com, and Brick & Mortar. We will be screening an environmental documentary every Sunday afternoon from 1:00pm - 4:00pm in conjunction with our newest exhibition, “Coal War”.
Come for the film, short discussion, and stay for the art and opening night of “Coal War”.
Join us Friday, November 11, 6:00PM - 11:30PM for the opening of “Coal War” and come early for a screening of “Vanishing of the Bees” at 4:00PM hosted by Anneke Penn of Mrs. Mango & Company, as we kick off The Green Screen series.
Brick & Mortar presents “Coal War” An Exhibition, where digital art dialogues with alternative energy. The evening will feature a special presentation by Kentucky artist Andrew Moore, live music from Damion Suomi, Zac Sullivan and Jason Mayes, and plenty of beverages and refreshments.
The exhibition will run thru Dec. 3, 2011.
Brick & Mortar is located at 643 Brevard Avenue in Historic Cocoa Village.
We’re looking for a few good films.
Brick & Mortar is accepting submissions for the Potluck Film Showcase on Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 in our studio space in Historic Cocoa Village. For all you local film producers, directors, writers, and enthusiasts, this is a perfect opportunity to share your passion, eat great food, and meet good people.
And, we’ve extended the deadline! Send your entry to email@example.com by Nov. 10.
Open Mic Night
Join us at Brick & Mortar for Open Mic Night on Wednesday, October 26 from 8:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m. All poetry, songs, performing art and storytelling is welcome.
The event is 18+ and there is no cover charge, just bring your expression. Of course, if your not performing we still want you to come. What is a performer without an audience, anyhow? Open Mics at Brick & Mortar will continue throughout the year on the last Wednesday of each month, so mark it on your calendar. If you have any questions about Open Mic guidelines please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, you can check out our Podcast of Open Mic Night on iTunes under Brick & Mortar.
Brick & Mortar is located at 643 Brevard Ave. in Historic Cocoa Village.
18+ / No Cover Drinks available upon donation
Get your camera off “Auto.” Seriously. It looks bad.
Learn the core fundamentals of manual shooting with
Brick & Mortar artist Rich Sullivan and start producing
images that are worthy of wall space, and not just your
This 4 hour interactive workshop is for new & amateur photographers, or anyone that never got a sound teaching off the basics. We will focus on developing a working grasp of the core principals of photography. Understand composition & exposure by
understanding how to effectively use your camera’s aperture,
shutter and ISO.
Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011
1pm - 5pm. $40
Also, mark your calendar for other photography workshops with Rich Sullivan:
In the Studio: A Photography Workshop: Saturday, October 29, 2011
Lighting on Location: A Photography Workshop: Saturday, November 12, 2011