Equilibrium Institute

Where Balance is a Way of Life -Art, Education and Entertainment  

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JULY SATURDAY (TBD) 2016 7 P.M. at Music City Studio #23
Thread (All Ages Art Event $5-10 sliding scale) 

Come record your statement about how art provided solutions or opportunities to you as we take our social experiment a step higher as spectators are becoming participants in ART TOUR 2016 landing at Music City Studios in SF. 
Enjoy select snacks, new fashion, art on display and listen to Last of Analog's album, enjoy the DJ and other performing artists.   

Crew promotions volunteers welcome including: event staff, photographers, models and talent.  Please RSVP at bandsthatrock@gmail.com for this event limited seating and standing room only.  Anyone that paypals $10 in advance gets in a raffle for a painting valued at $450. and gets in VIP seating with 1 in 10 chance of winning!  


Special thanks to sponsors:

Oasis CD Manufacturing, Sony Electornics,

Guiness, Eastwood Guitars, The Musicians Atlas, CharityFocus.org,

Borderline Studios, Dean Kattari Studios, Comingupmagazine.com,

Music City Studios SF, Zero Magazine. 


Introducing Multimedia Artist Robert Adam Jackson-
     My artwork presents challenges and opportunities to fix identified problems and express appreciation.  I have been able to use art to gather and focus the attention of nearly a million people so far!  I decided long ago to take the position that apathy is a demand for empowerment.   Stats continue to show massive declines in habitat, wildlife, education, and equality while disease, war, and other social threats are on the rise globally in many parts of the world which can and must be reversed.  



    My purpose is to make a constructive difference within my sphere of influence.  Participation from the wider community for my larger goals depends on your direct support.  Through collective processes that deliver services, music, art, and literature, the organization I direct known as The Equilibrium Institute has tracked some victories and publishes strategic plans periodically with input from the public.  We produced events in galleries internationally and represented a long list of artists in over 40 events so far. 

     As an Artist and Director, I’ve created a range of products including fine art, educational books on social justice and environmental issues, papers on psychology, and workforce development.  I’ve published music CD’s, and intend to raise money from sales and events for important groups like Breast Cancer Foundation, World Wildlife Federation and more.  It’s not too late to recognize that we must do more and together we can!

To support EIA programs buy art products at www.artmajeur.com/plumatorium
Buy songs and musical products at www.cdbaby.com/theheroine or www.cdbaby.com/devilswife

You can learn more about me on www.specialagenttraining.cfsites.org 

Listen to new album in progress at www.reverbnation/lastofanalog  

For a tour of my artist studio please email: bandsthatrock@gmail.com


Introducing Artist Kadesh Carter

     My perspective on life is that it is a canvas. From natural occurrences, to human made creations. My focus is always to be one with my surroundings. Taking behold everything in life, which is art. I find myself desiring to capture personal cultural, and social behaviors, then produce the two in my artwork. Along with being aware of the present, I take up a great appreciation for my ancestors and their past. I paint with a spiritual connection, understanding the beauty of life.

     Through meditative practice, I find art to be consciously healing. Participating locally in events in the Oakland - Bay Area regions, the National Arts Program, as well as shipping art across seas through art gallery tours, I will forever continue my passion of creativity. Finding reasons to create on grand scale canvas spaces, to smaller wearable works, the majority of my pieces would be best considered as mixed media forms. African life often plays a role in what is visually seen by the observer.  As time has transcended the "color" gold has often been replicated.

     I deeply consider my art to be a clear impression of my thoughts. Some artwork is clear and immediately defined by site. Other works are abstract. Art is something that I have held onto dearly from before schooling. I took an art class every year of school up through college. Art serves as a purpose for me to deliver my fascination of what if's, why's, and possibilities.


To commission or purchase work please visit:

 www.artmajeur.com/plumatoriumand www.etsy.com/shop/oasisartdesign 


Shawnshawn: revolutionary art since 1993
This artist has 3 distinct styles: Architectural Abstraction, Metal Mayhem and Political Pop. In Architectural Abstraction he explores city skylines and patterns emerging in strict 30, 60 and 90 degrees angles. In Metal Mayhem, he explores abstract cityscapes via all metal tools in acrylic paint. In Political Pop, he reprocesses commercials and pop films into subversive themes that underlie the truth of the world at the deepest levels. This is Art of the Real. Website: www.shawnshawn.co


M.C. Lenehan is an impressionist painter, poet, and songwriter.  He says, “In my artwork and in my life, I try to replace sorrow with joy, hate with love and war with peace.  It is my hope that my paintings will soften the heart of humanity”  M.C. Lenehan is an Ohio Native from the 1960’s era. His collectors reside San Francisco, New York, and Mexico. 

See press release for more artists being featured in ongoing art-tour!