Heather Hughes and I are competing in the Chicago Mac and Cheeze Takedown at Lincoln Hall on Sunday, November 23 from 2–4pm. For $20 the event features “All you can eat Mac and Cheezez by Chicago’s best home cooks!!!!” Our entry is Serrano Pepper Mac and Cheese. Come try some and warm up on aContinue reading “Chicago Mac and Cheeze Takedown”
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Robots at Toy de Jour
I’ve designed some Robot sculptures, plushes and T-shirts that will be featured at Toy de Jour in Chicago this month with an opening reception on Thursday July 10 from 6–9pm. Toy de Jour opened this year in Logan Square and they feature a different artist every month in their store that provides “vintage, toys, arts & farts.” I’m not a bigContinue reading “Robots at Toy de Jour”
I Charleston Chicago
I directed this video featuring swing dancing in Chicago with music by local jazz favorites, Fat Babies and The Modern Sounds. This video was inspired by I Charleston the World, a website created by some Charleston enthusiasts in Montpellier, France that features a world map with links to videos of dancers doing Charleston in front of famous placesContinue reading “I Charleston Chicago”
Seahorses are fish.
Earlier this summer, my artwork was featured at The Whistler Storefront Gallery in Chicago. This is my artist statement and some photos of the installation. Seahorses are fish. Kendall Bruns 12′ W x 6′ H x 2.5′ D cardboard, paper, tape 2013 Seahorses are fish—the weirdest fish that I can think of. This is saying a lotContinue reading “Seahorses are fish.”
Opening Reception for Seahorses are fish.
My new sculpture installation, Seahorses are fish. will be on display in The Whistler’s Window Gallery for the months of May and June. The Whistler is my favorite cocktail bar in Chicago and I’ve always loved how they use the window space so I’m very pleased to have my work on display there. If you followContinue reading “Opening Reception for Seahorses are fish.”
The Chronicles of Feldspar: Mystery Box
What’s inside the box? It’s a mystery. Written by Alan Metoskie & Zach Muhn Directed by Kendall Bruns
This short film was created for Chicago’s 48 Hour Film Project 2012. It won the Audience Award for Group B. Made by Dirty Borders. Dirty Borders is Tim Weidelman, Sean Dove and Matt Relstab. Special help from Kendall Bruns and Jon Satrom Performed by Rob Nastoff, Adam Yencho and Emmi Chen.
Let’s Get Serious with The Seedy Seeds 2012!
The Seedy Seeds return to Let’s Get Serious and Chicago for a show on January 22, 2012 at Reggie’s Music Joint. I interviewed The Seedy Seeds on Episode 11 almost a year ago but along with the passage of time comes change, including the introduction of a new member, drummer/multi-instrumentalist Joe Frankl. I try to unravelContinue reading “Let’s Get Serious with The Seedy Seeds 2012!”
Blue Christmas (Ft. Bald Elvis)
Christmas is only a week away which means I came awfully close to not getting this done in time. This cover of “Blue Christmas” features Alan Metoskie as Bald Elvis. “Blue Christmas” was written in 1948 by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson. It’s been covered 1 million times, most famously by Elvis Presley. WhenContinue reading “Blue Christmas (Ft. Bald Elvis)”
Let’s Get Serious with Cameron Esposito
Let’s Get Serious is one year old! The first podcast episode went live on November 22, 2011. That’s a lot of talking. 26 Episodes later I’m joined by comedian Cameron Esposito. We discuss her show, Side Mullet Nation, what it’s like to host an open mike and her ringmaster duties with El Circo Cheapo. Thanks to everyoneContinue reading “Let’s Get Serious with Cameron Esposito”