First TAA Cardiff Fundraiser Announced!

10955377_10153166746329127_3057547524790624172_nThis Sunday, 22nd March, come and celebrate more sunlight as we move into Spring!! Please help us raise money for a Temporary Autonomous Art event to take place in a secret location this Spring.

Join us at The Wells Hotel, (77 Craddock St, CF11 6EW) from 15:30 for a Vegan Sunday Roast in the graffiti yard of the Wells Hotel. We will also be selling scrummy homemade vegan cakes, teas and coffees including awesome soya cappuccinos. All for donation. The Roast will be served from 4pm

DJ set from Dorombal (Hungary) playing psychedelic dub jam in the yard. 4-6pm.

Film showing @ 6.30pm- The Edukators (German with subtitles)

The Edukators is a film about three young Germans who are struggling to make the rest of the world understand their revolutionary beliefs.

With their own unique way of fighting against the bourgeoisie state, Jan and Peter break into the homes of the holidaying rich, and rearrange their furniture to make them feel paranoid and uncomfortable in their own homes. The Edukators leave notes for their victims saying ‘Your days of plenty are numbered’. When Jules, Peter’s girlfriend, is forced to move out of her flat owing to her debt, she also becomes involved in their bizarre political campaigns, and gets a little too close to Jan.

The film takes the audience on a roller-coaster ride as ideals are tested, generations collide, passions rage and loyalties are shattered

There will be a fire going in the yard (fingers crossed its not raining!) later in the afternoon so please bring any musical instruments! We will also be selling art work raffle tickets, see below.

We hope to see loads of your smiling faces Sunday!!



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