st. pete street arts collective
Off the clock, we look away as our “professional work” is used to propel stupidity. Here you find a stance against the servility of our professions to corporate culture and its operatives. What we commercialize during the day, we un-commercialize at night. No Sirvice exists to offer an organizing space for artistic, acoustic, literary, and design criticism that nurtures a refusal for our modern age. We critique the bankruptcy of American culture and provide a movement for non-commercial creative resistance.
Wanna join? St. Pete needs more imps. Contact one of us:
Elizabeth Herrmann email@example.com
Aaron Dietrich firstname.lastname@example.org
David Meek email@example.com
Jesse Vance firstname.lastname@example.org
Rob Mullins email@example.com
All of the Above firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, you might find us at Cycle Brewing on Thursday evenings: 534 Central Ave
NS Underground Film Festival
Call for Entries!
the no sirvice underground film fest is a mobile light + sound show celebrating the best subversive cinema st. pete has to offer. submit your videos, animations, sounds, rants, bizarre and provocative and questionable 4d work from all genres and subjects and lengths and smells and flavors!
+ submit your vids to: email@example.com
+ preferred format: dropbox link to a first_lastname.mov.
+ if you’d also like your vid featured on the
no sirvice site, send us a vimeo link!
with love and squalor,
your ns comrades
No Sirvices: or at least the ones we’re allowed to share…
Because we’re sick of stupid people telling us what to do.
Because we don’t have to ask you what you think.
Because we don’t need permission to fix our culture.
Because we have the means to control the media anyway.
Because we’re angryoungpoor.
Because, we don’t need you. We never did.
Because, we don’t have to explain ourselves.
First Night: Union Trust Bank, Central + MLK
reel compiling our inaugural light + sound show. guerrilla screening videos and animations on everything from high-rises and bank walls to trees and pavement, using a lo-fi mobile rig which consists of four circa 1987 radio flyer wagons, projectors, inverters, laptops, speakers, and marine batteries