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Decipher Club’s LOTR fan trips in LA

March 19, 2002 at 11:12 am by Tehanu  - 

Two LOTR fan trips will take place this Saturday, March 23. Members from Decipher’s Lord Of The Rings Fan Club have organized two outings to celebrate LOTR Oscar Nominations, meet TORN members and fellow party goers from the One Party To Rule Them All ! Fans of all ages are welcome and encouraged to come!

Starting Saturday at 1:00pm join fans to see the Oscar Nominated Costumes of Lord Of The Rings at

The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising
919 South Grand Ave
(corner of ninth street)
Downtown Los Angeles
www.fidm.com for maps and info

This exhibit is free! There is street metered parking and a $3 parking garage on site.
Fellow organizer LadyOBloom says Sauron’s armor is worth the trip alone.

Then at approximately 3:00pm we will be at Track 16 Gallery to see

Viggo Mortensen’s Signlanguage Art and Photo Exhibit.
Track 16 Gallery
2525 Michigan ave Building C-1
(at the very end of the cul-de-sac)
Santa Monica, CA 90404
www.track16.com for more info

This exhibit is also free and parking is free, too. The show features many LOTR themed pieces and provides a wonderful insight into this beautiful film, and the filming process as experienced by the artist. Also Viggo’s autographed Signlanguage book is usually available at the gallery, if you are intersted in purchasing one Saturday , please respond to the Signlanguage Book post on the Main Board here at theonering.net, and I will try to give the gallery an idea how many to have available.

Times are approximate, based on one hour to go through the exhibits, time for picture taking, and travel between as well. If you go to only one show, be patient if we are late arriving, LA traffic can be unpredictable.

We look forward to seeing everyone!

Posted in Old Special Reports on March 19, 2002 by

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