15th Annual All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee

Thursday, February 20th | Creative Arts Center Art Lab 5023; 1436 Evansdale Dr., Morgantown, WV 26505

A very special announcement from KcyCentral: For the very first time, #Kcymaerxthaere and the Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios will be presenting the All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee off-site from its usual location in linear Paris, Illinois (at the site of Embassy Row: Heart of the Parisian Diaspora.)

That’s right! The 15th annual All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee will be a mobile event in this year’s iteration, and will be supported and hosted by the School of Art and Design at West Virginia University (@wvuartdesign) at the Creative Arts Center in Art Lab 5023 (see the flyer for the address!). The event begins at 2:00 pm EST on February 20th, 2020. If you’re in the area and up for the challenge, come and join us in our celebration of the languages of the parallel world. Need to study your voKcybulary? DM us for a free glossary at @kcymaerxthaere. Additionally, the Geographer-at-Large will be giving a lecture the next day. Event details soon to follow.

RSVP and tell your friends – direct message us at: @kcymaerxthaere

Learn more about the All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee here:

Please RSVP Here

Thursday, February 20th 2020 | Thursday, February 20th 2020

Hyphae at Krblin Jihn Kabin

Saturday, November 2nd | Just South of Border Ave. & Crestview Drive, Joshua Tree, California (GPS: +34.147030, -116.299695)

Please join Kcymaerxthaere’s Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios in welcoming experiential light-artist Annie Mitchell at the Krblin Jihn Kabin in Joshua Tree, CA. Mitchell will be installing her light sculpture “Hyphae” at the Kabin for one night only.

Event begins on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 5:50 pm PDT (sunset), and lasts til sunrise on Sunday morning.

Location: Just South of Border Ave. & Crestview Drive, Joshua Tree, California
GPS: +34.147030, -116.299695

RSVP: DM us on Instagram: @Kcymaerxthaere
Download event flyer
Download venue map

For more information: See Annie Mitchell’s site.

More specific directions:
The Kabin is on Border Road, south of Crestview, on the East side of Border Road.
It is about a mile North East of the intersection of Park Boulevard and Highway 62.

Driving East, you take 62 to Sunburst, go North a mile or so and then take a right on Crestview. At the end of Crestview, the asphalt ends and you turn right on Border Road. The Kabin is about 2 “blocks” down a dirt road and you can park and walk from there.

Google Maps will show Desert Trail and other parts of Border Road, but they require 4 Wheel Drive. We also recommend parking facing North (away from the Kabin for an easier exit and less headlights on the Art Work when you leave.)

The last 2 “blocks” of Border Avenue are dirt road, so:
park to side to leave space for others.

Remember — You visit the Krblin Jihn Kabin at your own risk:
-No water
-No power
-No bathroom facilities on site.

And please remember this piece is a light installation:
No flash photography or highbeams.
And try to avoid creating unnecessary light pollution.

RSVP: DM us on Instagram: @Kcymaerxthaere

Saturday, November 2nd 2019 | Sunday, November 3rd 2019

14th Annual Kcymaerxthaere All-Kymaerica’s Spelling Bee

Sunday, April 14th | Dalbey Designs, 112 Main Street, Paris, Illinois

The 14th Annual All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee is coming to Paris, IL on Sunday, April 14th, 2019 at 2:00 PM CDT, at Dalbey Designs at 112 Main St. The All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee emerges from a global art project called “Kcymaerxthaere” by the artist and Geographer-at-Large, Eames Demetrios. Demetrios travels the world and installs historic markers and sites honoring events from the parallel world of Kcymaerxthaere. Within this parallel universe are many similar reflections of existence as we know it, but there are different creatures, cultures, laws of physics, and languages. The Annual All-Kymaericas Spelling Bee honors the languages of the parallel world and introduces to participants fresh ways to experience language in many forms. It’s great fun to be a Speller, but equally entertaining to be a spectator as well. Anyone interested in participating as a Speller should RSVP at our event page on Facebook.

Please RSVP Here

Sunday, April 14th 2019 | Sunday, April 14th 2019