Artist lecture with filmmaker Bill Morrison at 6 pm
Followed by a screening of 'Decasia' at 7pm
Thursday, September 30
Falvey Hall (in the Brown Center) at MICA.
Bill Morrison’s films and videos have been screened in theaters, museums, and concert halls worldwide, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Museum of Modern Art, Royal Festival Hall, Sundance Film Festival, Tate Modern, and Walt Disney Concert Hall. Morrison is a Guggenheim fellow and has received the Alpert Award for the Arts, an NEA Creativity Grant, a Creative Capital grant, and a fellowship from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. His work with Ridge Theater has been recognized with two Bessie awards and an Obie Award.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Electric Petting Zoo
Organized by Tom Boram
Part of High Zero Festival
Featuring work by Julie Benoit, Karl Ekdahl and Tristan Perich
Jackie listening to Julie's piece
Mike listening to Julie's piece
Rachel listening to Julie's piece
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The Effervescent Collective presents Pluto Dances with music from Andrew Bernstein
October 1 -3 at 9:00 pm
1801 Falls Road
3 nights of music and dance inspired by the only dwarf planet you can name.
"Pluto Dances" will be performed each night as well as "A Plutonian Recollection" choreographed by Caroline Marcantoni
These bands will also be playing:
Friday - Hungry Eyes (Amanda Schmidt solo)
Feast of the Epiphany (Nick Podgurski solo)
Saturday - Hume
DJ Mark Brown
Sunday - Super Dry (Members of Matmos & Drugs Bunny)
with a $5-$10 donation you will get a wristband that will be good for every night, so come 3 nights for the price of 1!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
RM Obrien on Bruce Spring Steen and Connor Kizer on a New Esoteric Order
Wham City Lecture Series
Wednesday, September 22
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Bellfoundry, 1539 Calvert
A rescheduled magnificence! What you expected two weeks ago comes to glorious life, in what was then the future! Live the future now! Bob will tell you of this troubadour of the common man( or uncommon man), and Connor will ask you to help combat the erosion of meaning! Who will win??
Plus Cream Dream will make all your ice cream dreams come true.
Fusion @ Goya Contemporary
Christian Marclay, Pia Fries, Wilhelm Mundt
On view through November 4
Pia Fries above and below
Rachel and Amy with Wilhelm Mundt's trash stone
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Liberty B @ Open Space
Curated by Hayley Silverman
Phillipe Van Wolputte
Phillipe Van Wolputte
I would have preferred this work, much of which can be seen on the internet in various forums, on a single blog, with the content of the exhibiton's accompanying zine. The distance of the pieces, the unimpressive physical presence of certain works, specifically Aleksandra Domanovic's paper stack, which look monumental in her studio documentation, worked against the curatorial statement and made it hard to digest as a whole.
Curated by Jason Irla
On view through October 9th
Featuring works by: Darrell Appelzoller, John Bhbitb, Graham Coreil-Allen, Sarah Andrews McNeil, and Matthew Fishel.
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Alex Lukas in front of his hand-painted title wall
Curated by Alex Lukas
On view through October 8
Matt Leines in front of his painted/screenprinted masks
Michael and Lora
Jon in front of Dan Murphy's pieces
Alex and Matt
Bonnie and Jackie in front of Andrew Jeffrey Wright's super rares
Annie and Tim in front of Alex Lukas's submerged cities
Mike in front of AJW's Mr. ET
Phoung and Leah in front of Isaac Lin's pieces
Miranda in front of Micah Danges' work
Michael Lora and Seth
these dudes in front of Chris Kline's work
Yay! DJ made it to the show!
Ben Horns is a ladies' man
Alex and Nick in front of Dan Murphy's pieces
Lora and Alex with Bill McRight's mask
Andrew and Graham
These guys were from DC.
Dan Murphy in front of Isaac Lin's piece
Neal and Eric
lots of people looking at Alex Lukas' work
Maude! Nudashank's new intern!
Matt, Phu and Alex