This Little Piggy Went To Market ... Socialist Butcher & Capitalist Pig at the Outpost Copa

This Little Piggy Went To Market … Socialist Butcher & Capitalist Pig at the Outpost Copa

This Little Piggy Went To Market … Socialist Butcher & Capitalist Pig at the Outpost Copa

This Little Piggy Went To Market … Capitalist Pig at the Outpost Copa

The Capitalist Pig moving in on the (nest) Egg at the Outpost Copa … or bacon and egg

the Socialist Butcher attacking the Capitalist Pig (The Egg in background) at the Outpost Copa

The Capitalist Pig begging for mercy from the Socialist Butcher at the Outpost Copa

The Socialist Butcher to the Capitalist Pig: You’re Going Down … at the Outpost Copa

Capitalist Pig has been hogtied by the Socialist Butcher at the Outpost Copa


On June 6, 2010, Outpost will host the Outpost Cup to launch its new South American initiative and to bring the community together for a day full of soccer, art, music, food and fun.

Taking place one week prior to the World Cup, the Outpost Cup soccer tournament will encourage local artists, art fans, families, college students and soccer players to bring their creative and athletic talents to the field.

The event will take place at Vista Hermosa Natural Park in Downtown Los Angeles from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  The address is 100 N. Toluca Street (at First Street).

Suggested donation of $3 requested at gate.

Event Sponsors:

Woodbury University, Niky’s Sports, The Oinkster, The York, Sustainarealty , Echo Park Remax, and Café de Leche, Dublab, Sidestreet Projects, Coolhaus, Monsieur Egg, Bret Nicely, From a Left Wing, F8 F11- Amy Tierney Photography, Occidental College, Los Angeles City Councilmember Eric Garcetti, District 13.

Event proceeds will help bring South American artists to Los Angeles for extended residencies. The first residency, scheduled for this fall, will involve Grupo Bijari, the Sao Paulo-based artist collective that designed the Outpost Cup logo.

About Outpost
Outpost has been connecting people to art and artists through a wide variety of events, exchange programs and residencies since 2004. Programs engage and enrich Los Angeles communities through cross-cultural exchanges and interdisciplinary projects that blur the boundaries between art, social practice, and public life.

Outpost’s storefront home is located at 1268 N. Ave 50 (at York Blvd.) in the Northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park. Outpost is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


South American Artist Residency Cycle

Devoted to building bridges between our local community and the larger global landscape, Outpost’s next residency cycle will bring six South American artists and artist teams to Los Angeles over a period of two years to produce City-based projects fuelled by the artists’ extended presence in our community.

Should be super fun and a great opportunity to support Outpost’s South American Artist Residency program!

Check out more about Outpost for Contemporary Art HERE!