The costs of running an independent venue of this size are monumental for our friends and close collaborators at The Old Tolbooth Market, who are festival, market and venue curators in their own right. We’re really hoping to help them make it a sustainable hub for local emerging artists. For this, DECAGRAM also needs to be sustainable.
Our most direct route to this is to have our own brewery. This will significantly reduce the cost of producing DECAGRAM beer, passing better fees to artists, as well as making us sustainable.
Our route to getting the brewery is less direct because we want to enjoy the journey too… here’s our campaign link that details how we plan to fund our much-needed brewery: with memberships for affordable space for work and events!
Campaign: DECAGRAM Brewery Membership
If you know someone who might suit a membership like this, please pass on this PDF, that highlights what’s in it for them (or you!)…
E-leaflet: Decagram Membership at Skylight
As always, you can let us know what you think at email@example.com
Or via message at the DECAGRAM Facebook page.
Ed, Rad and Anna
Another great night of music and film from the DECAGRAM Collective this week, at Henry’s Cellar Bar, Edinburgh –
With the collaboration of Mickey 9s, Urvanovic and Mathew Collings.
What have we done?
A year ago today, DECAGRAM launched with a collaborative performance at The Queens Hall, Edinburgh.
Featuring Numbers are Futile, Hiva Oa, Asthmatic Astronaut, Lipsync for a Lullaby, And The Moose Came In Second, Small Feet Little Toes, Tongues, Tokamak, Sink and Trudatsound.
The bands performed collaboratively created new works in pairs, making up ten short movements.