THE MARKET OF EVERYTHING
Jan 12 – 21, 2012
Location: Traffic - Download Map
THE MARKET OF EVERYTHING: Buy/Sell/Trade/Donate
To start off 2012, Traffic hosts ‘The Market of Everything’ which over nine days (January 12 - 21) brings together members of the community looking to buy, sell, trade or donate anything from furniture, books, music, art, clothes, toys, cars, pets, instruments and more.
Participating vendors include (among a few other drop-ins):
Jalal Abuthina, Rahel Aima, Diya Ajit, Neil Andrew, Ahmed Bouholaigah, Ruth Bradley, James & Kanae Clar, Essa, Ramin and Rokni Haerizadeh, Home-made s*uce, Minna Joseph, Mahmoud Kaabour, Nadine Knotzer, Ahmed Makia, Sara Naim, Hesam Rahmanian, Mariam de Ricaud, Akshay Sardana, Simone Sebastian, Tahir Sultan, Sarah Takesh, The Third Line Crew, The Traffic Crew
'The Market of Everything' promotes community involvment and supports social sustainability through the exchange and recycling of our belongings. It aims to match people who have things they no longer need with people who can use them.
If there is anything in particular you are looking for, drop us a line and let us know so we can help you find it. firstname.lastname@example.org
The program of events running alongside the market includes a drum circle, a series of film screenings and ping-pong tournaments.
Thursday, 12 January: 10am-10pm
Friday, 13 January: 10am-7pm
Saturday, 14 January: 10am-9pm
Sunday, 15 January: 10am-7pm
Monday, 16 January: 10am-10pm
Tuesday, 17 January: 10am-9pm
Wednesday, 18 January: 10am-9pm
Thursday, 19 January: 10am-9pm
Friday, 20 January: 10am-7pm
Saturday, 21 January: 10am-7pm
Thursday, January 12
7pm onwards: Ping-pong tournament
7:30pm: Drum circle (25 drums. 20mins)
8:30pm: Drum circle (25 drums. 20mins)
Saturday, January 14
7pm: Film screening - Teta, Alf Marra (Grandma, A Thousand Times) (2010)
From the award-winning director of Being Osama comes a poetic and playful documentary celebrating the many worlds of his feisty Beiruti grandmother.
Teta Fatima is the 83-year old matriarch of the Kaabour family and the sharp- witted queen bee of an old Beiruti quarter. The film documents her larger-than-life character and enduring love for her violinist husband (deceased 20 years) in this charming and intimate exploration of the themes of family, music, aging, and love.
Teta, Alf Marra brings together grandfather, grandmother, and grandson in a visually breath-taking magic-realist documentary that aims to defy a past death and a future one.
Winner of Best Film in London International Film Festival and the Audience Award at Tribeca Film Festival, as well as a NY TIMES Critics’ Pick.
View Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpvOKewvlgs
Monday, January 16
7pm: Film Screening - All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace (2011)
A three part BBC documentary series by filmmaker Adam Curtis, claiming that computers have failed to liberate us and instead have "distorted and simplified our view of the world around us."
View trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc-YMpgcqKg
Tuesday, January 17
7pm: Film Screening – A series of artist films from the LUX collection
Exploring ideas around artists' moving image. http://www.lux.org.uk/
Wednesday, January 18
7pm: Film Screening – Future Shorts Film Festival
The largest global pop-up film festival showing original, award winning short films from around the world. The current Future Shorts quarterly format, screening worldwide from November 1st 2011 to January 31st 2012, includes the Oscar-winner “God of Love”, BAFTA-winning “The Eagleman Stag” and Sundance-winner “Deeper Than Yesterday.” http://www.futureshorts.com/index.php?site=1
Thursday, January 19
7pm onwards: Ping-pong tournament
To sign up for the ping-pong tournament, please email Angelle on email@example.com