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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
March 13, 2003

1. Veronica Vera, FF Alumn, on Conan, tonight, March 13, 7 PM, Comedy Central.
2. Patricia Hoffbauer, FF Alumn, at Symphony Space, April 17-18, 8:30 pm
3. Eric Bogosian, FF Alumn, Notes from Underground, at PS122, May 1-25, 2003
4. Jennifer Miller, Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumns, at PS122, May 16-17
5. Barbara Moore, FF Alumn, at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, thru April 11
6. Coco Go, FF Alumn, book launch (with many FF Alumns), Printed Matter, April 5th.
7. Rae C. Wright, FF Alumn, at Southern Illinois State and in Greensboro NC.
8. Anita Ponton, FF Alum, performs in London, tonite, March 13, 8 pm.:
9. Regina Vater, FF Alumn, at Book People, Austin Texas, March, 2003
10. Rev Billy, FF Alumn, in Sky No Sky, March 26-30, at 56 Walker Street, 8 PM
11. Andrea Polli, FF Alumn, at Engine 27, April 12-20, 2003
12. Donna Henes, FF Alumn, Eggs On End, March 20th, 7:30 pm
13. Tim Miller, FF Alumn, at UNC Asheville, March 21-22, 2003
14. Gallery sought to host Ovarian Cancer Coalition benefit art sale.
15. Carolee Schneemann, FF Alumn, in Feminist art roundtable @ CUNY, March 14th
16. Erika Yeomans, FF Alumn, at Freight Film Salon, NYC, March 24th
17. Karen Finley, FF Alumn, at Joe's Pub, March 14th, 7:30 PM

1. Veronica Vera, FF Alumn, on Conan, tonight, March 13, 7 PM, Comedy Central.

Veronica Vera, FF Alumn, author and entrepreneur was a guest on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on Wednesday, March 12. The show airs again tonight at 7pm/6c Thursday evening via Comedy Central. Miss Vera will discuss her adventures in high-heeled education as founder of Miss Vera's Finishing School for Boys Who Want to Be Girls, the world's first cross-dressing academy and her latest book, Miss Vera's Cross-dress for Success, a Resource Guide for Boys Who Want To Be Girls. Please, stay up late and wear your prettiest nightie!


2. Patricia Hofbauer, FF Alumn, at Symphony Space, April 17-18, 8:30 pm

Symphony Space presents "sideshow," with Patricia Hoffbauer, FF Alumn, on Thursday and Friday, April 17 and 18, at 8:30 pm. Political but irreverent "lusciously physical" choreography. Tickets $21 (members $16, Student and Seniors $18) Leonard Nimoy Thalia. Peter Norton Symphony Space, Broadway @ 95th Street. 212-864-5400. www.symphonyspace.org


3. Eric Bogosian, FF Alumn, Notes from Underground, at PS122, May 1-25, 2003

Notes from Underground, written and directed by Eric Bogosian, FF Alumn, and featuring Jonathan Ames, will be at P.S. 122, Thursdays - Sundays, May 1-25, 7:30 pm, $15. Notes from Underground centers around "The Diarist," an unnamed urban recluse desperate to be normal but slowly sinking into madness and delusion. A tale told through a series of increasingly hallucinatory journal entries, Notes from Underground is an entertaining darkly humorous and disturbing journey through the imagination of a man coming undone. PS 122, 150 First Avenue at E. 9th St., NYC 10009 212-477-5288, www.ps122.org


4. Jennifer Miller, Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumns, at PS122, May 16-17

Jennifer Miller, FF Alumn, hosts PS122's Avant-Garde-Arama in Flames!, Friday and Saturday May 16-17th at 8:30 pm. $15. See Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn, on Friday the 16th. A mini festival of performance, dance, film, music, death defying acts and spontaneous combustion! Curated by Salley May, FF Alumn, and the Avant-Garde Arama Committee. PS 122, 150 First Avenue at E. 9th St., NYC 10009 212-477-5288, www.ps122.org


5. Barbara Moore, FF Alumn, at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, thru April 11

Exhibition catalogs serve fascinating new function in "the consistency of shadows: exhibition catalogs as autonomous works of art"

Bringing together over 120 exhibition catalogs, dating from the 1960's to the present, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Betty Rymer Gallery exhibits "The Consistency of Shadows: Exhibition Catalogs as Autonomous Works of Art" through Friday, April 11. The Betty Rymer Gallery is located at 280 S. Columbus Drive. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is free. For more information call the Betty Rymer Gallery at 312.443.3703.

Exhibition curator AnneDorothee Böhme, Special Collections Librarian at the School's Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection, selects from a multitude of formats and aesthetic approaches by artists, galleries, museums, etc. to investigate how the catalog as mere memory and inventory of a show can expand its traditional function into becoming an independent work of art. The exhibition aims to examine how exhibition catalogs can serve as successful and direct mediators between artist and audience within the frame work of art reception. Viewers will be able to handle and browse most materials on display.

The accompanying catalog to "The Consistency of Shadows: Exhibition Catalogs as Autonomous Works of Art" features an unconventional design, consisting of seven offset printed booklets (42 pages total) and one free CD-ROM, both housed in a custom designed, vacuum-formed acrylic box. A mock-up can be viewed at

Along with the CD-ROM that contains installation shots from the show, images and bibliographic information of all the work on display, as well as a videotaped interview with Paris-based artist Christian Boltanski, the actual catalog includes original contributions by:
Mary Jane Jacob, writer and independent curator, Chicago
Barbara Moore, art historian, publisher and rare-book dealer, proprietor of Bound & Unbound, New York
Anthony Elms, art critic and editor of WhiteWalls, Chicago
Alan Cravitz, private collector of artists' books and exhibition catalogs, Chicago
AnneDorothee Böhme, Special Collections Librarian, Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection at the School of the Art Institute; and curator of this exhibition

The catalog can be acquired for $32 plus shipping and handling and Illinois sales tax, if applicable (after 3/7/03 for $ 45.-).

For more information and purchase inquiries about this item, please contact AnneDorothee Böhme, at 312.899.5098 or aboehme@artic.edu or visit the School's web site at www.artic.edu/saic/art/flasch/exhibitcatalog.html. The Betty Rymer Gallery, located at 280 S. Columbus Drive, showcases the strength and diversity of the School's programs, highlighting work from the departments as well as presenting special exhibitions. In addition to the Betty Rymer Gallery, the School of the Art Institute continues to extend its programs to the public through the BASIC (Basic Art Support in the Curriculum) program, the Division of Continuing Studies and Special Programs, the Gene Siskel Film Center, Gallery 2, the Poetry Center, the Student-at-Large program, the Video Data Bank, the 1926 Exhibition Studies Space, and the Visiting Artists Program. An innovator in the arts for over 130 years, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which has been consistently ranked the number one graduate school of fine arts in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the visual and related arts. In a recent survey conducted by the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University, the School was named the "most influential art school" by art critics at general interest news publications from across the United States. Visit the School's web site at www.artic.edu/saic.


6. Coco Go, FF Alumn, book launch (with many FF Alumns), Printed Matter, April 5th.

Note from FF Alum Coco Go: The call was to artists and poets doing rehabilitative, restorative, ecological earth, water, energy work; Permacultural life systems, wise resource building, sustainable places work; open space, 3-D permaculture or urban sprawl work, local habitat work, monitoring earlier projects, developing new ones, having visions for future ones. Art had become facile, quirky, more fare for brain than felt. I found here a gut bottom line of artists each manifesting in their own way their relations with the integral web of life--the micro monumental and the mega model: the bold restorative actions. FF Alums contribute to the resulting collection.

Book Launch for Coco Gordon's Visioning Life Systems That Create Healthy Resources and Transform Waste: Artists Perform From Their Permacultural Source at Printed Matter, Inc., Saturday April 5th, 2003, 5 to 7 PM

Agnes Denes, Alison Knowles, Alisa, Angelo Ricciardi, Antonio Picardi, Anna Ganga, Art Goodtimes, Arleen Schloss, Al Papp Jr, Artur D'amaru, Avelino, Aviva Rahmani, Barbara Harmony, Bea Briggs, Betty Beaumont, Betsy Damon, Bene¹ Fonteles, Coco Go, Congelo, City Repair, Gail Swithenbank, Gloria Emerson, Jay Critchley, James Nicholas, Jessica Goodyear, Jimmy Tsutomu Mirikitani, John Gian, Luc Fierens, Mark Simon & Amy Scarola Bloch, Marga Raspe¹, Mary Jo Walters, Margo Free, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Mike Carr, Pauline Oliveros, Peter Fend, Ray Johnson, Regina Vater, Rita Degli Esposti, Roy Staab, SuperSkyWoman, Sandra Semchuk, Thomas Berry Interactiv, Wolf Mother Kreglyn Garrett, Wendy Lu, TIKYSK

Printed Matter is pleased to announce a book launch for a new artists' publication from Coco Gordon / Watermark Press titled Visioning Life Systems That Create Healthy Resources and Transform Waste: Artists Perform From Their Permacultural Source. The book launch will take place on Saturday, April 5th, 2003 from 5 ­ 7 PM. Printed Matter, Inc. is located at 535 West 22nd St., between 10th and 11th Avenues.

Produced by Coco Gordon / Watermark Press, Visioning Life Systems That Create Healthy Resources and Transform Waste:Artists Perform From Their Permacultural Source includes over forty-five contributors representing fifteen Nations and was compiled on the occasion of the Continental Bioregional Congress in Kansas in the Prairies, held during October 2002. The book presents major alternative work being done by artists / poets / bioregionalists who focus their life / work / art on what Earth Philosopher Thomas Berry describes as, "the integrity of the earth¹s functioning within the genetic coding of the biosphere, the physical codings of earth process, and within the vast codings that enable the universe to continue as an emergent reality."

In a statement on the project, Coco Gordon writes, "These contributors are attentive to the integrity of the earth as it translates to all species, transforming waste and keeping the major life systems of the earth healthy and in balance. They are doing much needed visioning, mediation, re-mediation, inventing new forms with which to express their ideas and concerns. They perform from their permacultural source. Permaculture is the design and construct of all of our living systems according to the patterns of nature, cycled without waste."

Coco Gordon is a longtime book artist, performance artist, and visual / installation artist whose work deals with issues relating to bioregionalism, ecology and the environment. She founded Watermark Press in 1978, and has produced over fifteen books under that label, as well as twenty-nine artist¹s books under her W Space insignia. Printed Matter has carried artists¹ books by Coco Gordon since the late 1980¹s.

Visioning Life Systems That Create Healthy Resources and Transform Waste: Artists Perform From Their Permacultural Source is signed and numbered in an edition of 104, and is priced at $75.00. Visioning Life Systems, and over 15,000 other artists¹ publications are available from Printed Matter¹s website: www.printedmatter.org.

Printed Matter is located at 535 West 22nd Street, between 10th and 11th Avenue, in New York's Chelsea district.

For more information, please contact Max Schumann, Manager, Printed Matter, Inc. at (212) 925-0325 or mschumann@printedmatter.org.


7. Rae C. Wright, FF Alumn, at Southern Illinois State and in Greensboro NC.

Rae C Wright loves you and travels to Southern Illinois State to do her one-woman work "She's Just Away!" --and to do a performance workshop there together with Director Merri Milwe- March 20-22 and travels to Greensboro NC to play The Stagemanager in "Our Town" at the Triad Stage Co in April.


8. Anita Ponton, FF Alum, performs in London, tonite, March 13, 8 pm.:

Stunners at 291 hackney road
Thursday 13th march 8pm £3

Get Your Fix Of Attention Deficit Disorder
A New Show In An Old Church
A Gesture Of Futility In The Face Of War
Performance Art, And Other Attempts To Stave Off Non Existence
Anita Ponton, Simon Hyde, Flip Wibbly Jelly, Gini Simpson, Miles
Treers, Crispin Johannessen, Nigel Lindley, Plus A Bar Screening/Event Till 1am
+ Tee Shirts By Hydra

Hydra Live Art is an artist led, Hackney based, organisation. Founded in 1996 hydra shows work in unorthodox spaces, seeking to encourage artists to make work which takes risks and breaks boundaries and to encourage an audience of people who don't usually come to art events. Hydra has produced events in Clubs in Shoreditch, Festivals (including Glastonbury), Music Halls and the internet. Sometimes hydra is publically funded, sometimes sponsored by corporate business, but our main aim to inspire challenging work in interesting spaces.

STUNNERS was premiered at the Phoenix in Exeter. It is a moving, filmic monolith which stretches across two screens and lasts for over an hour. It includes live performance and interactive video. It deals with attention or lack of it. Stunners will be shown alongside film, performance and internet projects from artists who we believe are making thought provoking work.

13th MARCH AT 291. Hydra has chosen to show Stunners at the 291 because it is an old converted church. It retains many of its original features and has a 'church-like' feel. The 291 is fast becoming one of the most interesting and varied art spaces in East London.

HYDRA is a cross discipline arts group. Members of hydra come from backgrounds in performance art, television, new media, photography and advertising. All of the artists showing work on March 13th have exhibited their work internationally.

Anita Ponton is a performance artist who 's work deals with the fear of non existence and performance art. She's also a researcher at Goldsmiths University. She will make a performance where she interacts with a double screen presence of herself.

Flip Wibbly Jelly is a photographer. Her work is a double film about being alone in a desert in Chile.

Nigel Lindley is a filmmaker and lecturer. He will show a 'pop video' on two screens about women and redness.

Gini Simpson works in an advertising agency. She will show a two screen film shot on location in the Heygate Estate in the Elephant and Castle. She made this work in collaboration with a local artist/resident on Heygate Estate, Miles Treers. Miles has since died on the Heygate Estate. This screening is also a tribute to him.

Simon Hyde works for Rosetta Life, as an artist in residence at a hospice. He will show an interactive video piece, which involves the audience shouting.

Crispin Johannessen is Norwegian. He makes work about horses. His piece is about horses and alcohol.
For more info please contact Gini Simpson on 07957 261537


9. Regina Vater, FF Alumn, at Book People, Austin Texas, March, 2003

"Sounds Good" - An Artist's Book and Video installation by Regina Vater
Book People at Lamar 603 N. Lamar - Austin, TX 78703 webmaster@bookpeople.com
March 25 2003
The book signing will be on Thursday, March 27, 2003, 7:00 P.M.

The video installation will be on the ground floor of Book People from March 27 until April 14, 2003. Contact: Mexic-Arte Museum1 1-512 - 480 9373 ext. 21
Book People 1-800-853-9757
More about the artist on the Book People website:
Online version available after March 25, 2003 at:

"The most revolutionary act one can commit in our world now-a-days is to be happy." Hunter "Patch" Adams

According to Regina Vater, the most revolutionary art that can be done now-a-days is the one which brings healing to society through reflection, invention and fresh ideas. "I CAME HERE TO SPREAD JOY AND REVOLUTION" JOHN CAGE

On Thursday, March 27, 2003 07:00 PM at Book People on Lamar Regina Vater's artist's book, "Sounds Good" will be shown both as a very limited addition, signed by the artist and also in a smaller and more affordable version. "Sounds Good" is a celebration of her concepts on art and a celebration of her long friendship with John Cage, whose spirit and talent has influenced thousands of artists all over the world. A smile is the universal communication between two people.

"I chose "Sounds Good" as the title of my book because a smile has sometimes an almost silent sound, and because my project was inspired by photos I took of John Cage smiling -- the composer who dedicated his life to working with the sounds of silence. Besides his outstanding qualities as an artist/inventor, Cage was a great person: one of the most generous artists I ever met. In the mid 1970's I had the privilege to become his friend and take several photos and to make videos of him. He was a modest man with a remarkable sense of humor which helped him to endure with grace the adversities of an artistic life dedicated to experimentation. I am very enthusiastic about this celebration of one of the most gentle of the American geniuses. My intention is also to highlight the peculiar capacity of humans to smile. One of the few texts in the book (the book is made mostly of images) is a phrase by Guimarães Rosa -one the great innovators in Brazilian literature:
"...and life could never overcome her smile..."

Created in 1989 and finished for publication in 2003 "Sounds Good is composed of 17 images of smiles that the artist researched throughout art history and across a wide range of cultures, including two photos that Regina Vater took of John Cage on the occasion of his 70th birthday. (Regina's photos of Cage were used in several important international publications.)
Sounds Good" is published both: as a small economical edition on 65lb. demi gloss cover paper (of just five hundred books of approx. 38" long) and also - in larger version as a very small full color edition printed on canvas - eleven feet long (both editions on accordion format)

And displayed in a video installation created by the artist for Book People on Lamar.

The video installation/book display is also composed by smiles of peoples of all ages, gender and races (with the special participation of Caetano Veloso) combined with still images of smiles that the artist found in paintings and sculptures from all over the world.

Regina Vater, who last year designed and curated the remarkable show "Brazilian Visual Poetry" for Mexic-Arte Museum, which received a six page color feature story in "Art In America" magazine , has lived in Austin since 1985.

She is the winner of important national and international art prizes and has works in many international collections including the Austin Museum of Art and the San Antonio Museum of Arts .

Photography, digital art, video, visual poetry, installations, artist's books and graphic design are among the media Ms. Vater has employed throughout her career.

This video installation and a first small edition of "Sounds Good" was made possible in part by funds from the City of Austin, under the auspices of the Austin Arts Commission under the umbrella of the Mexic-Arte museum, Nomadic Notions. Fryes, The Container Store and Miller Blue Print.


10. Rev Billy, FF Alumn, in Sky No Sky, March 26-30, at 56 Walker Street, 8 PM

Sky No Sky,
March 26-30, 8pm
$15, Reservations 212.226.5051
56 Walker Between Broadway And Church
A C E, N, R,W,Q. 6 To Canal, 1, 9 To Franklin

Sky No Sky is a powerful new play written and directed by Savitri Durkee, developed in part at The Soho Rep Writers Lab features Dawn Eshelman( Far Away. The Skryker), Andr`ea Smith( The Blacks), Kara Mc Lane ( Edinburgh Fringe Festival Special Prize Winner) and OBIE award winner Bill Talen ( The Reverend Billy) with sound and found sound by Christopher Nicolson and Wade Raley, lights by Rob Petres, and costumes by Mimi Turner. SKY NO SKY is a lucid journey through catastrophe. Two sisters and the soldier they love picnic at an abandoned mining town while the world collapses around them. As the "unmistakable day" unfolds they experience a breathtaking series of reversals. Scathing, illuminating, and deeply intelligent SKY NO SKY is a timely and moving examination of the psychological pressure of unending war.


11. Andrea Polli, FF Alumn, at Engine 27, April 12-20, 2003

Engine 27 is proud to present in our gallery a sonic installation:
Atmospherics/Weather Works
Created by Andrea Polli with data modeling and scientific assistance from Dr. Glenn Van Knowe & Dr. Kenneth T. Waight of MESO (Mesoscale Environmental Simulations and Operations) and Engine 27 programming by Matthew Ostrowski

Date & time: Saturday & Sunday, April 12, 13, 19, 20, 2-8pm
Opening reception: Saturday, April 12, 6-8pm
173 Franklin St. (btwn. Hudson & Greenwich), Manhattan
http://www.engine27.org, 212-431-7466 or post@engine27.org

The Atmospherics/Weather Works project is an ongoing collaboration that brings together the arts and the meteorological sciences to sonify storms and other meteorological events from data produced by a highly detailed simulation of the weather.

Two historic storms that devastated the New York/Long Island area, the Presidents Day Snowstorm Feb 18-19, 1979 and Hurricane Bob Aug 17-19, 1991, are re-created first through data, then through sound. The resulting turbulent and evocative compositions allow listeners to experience geographically scaled events on a human scale and gain a deeper understanding of some of the more unpredictable complex rhythms and melodies of nature. Localized points of sound in the gallery map to specific points in geographical space spanning from Northern Florida to Northern New York State with New York City situated in the center. The multi-channel system of Engine 27 allows for a detailed examination and experience of the structure and movement of the storms through space. Along with the spatial representations, there are 9 other variables of the model, which describe temperature, pressure, wind, and moisture and are mapped to pitch, timbre, and amplitude of sounds.

Engine 27 is a non-profit devoted to the creation and presentation of sound art and multi-channel music of diverse forms. We focus our energies on creating an infinitely flexible facility with variable acoustics and the development of resources essential to carrying out our mission. We are cultivating long-term associations with sound artists, musicians and composers interested in exploring the possibilities of multi-speaker sound. In the words of Jack Weisberg, Engine 27 was established "to achieve experiences that our ears could previously only dream about."


12. Donna Henes, FF Alumn, Eggs On End, March 20th, 7:30 pm

Eggs on End: Standing on Ceremony
28th annual world famous vernal equinox celebration
With Donna Henes, urban shaman
Thursday March 20
7:30pm event begins
8:00pm equinox moment
Under the Arch at Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn
Please bring drums and noisemakers. Volunteers needed - please call! Free

2/3 train to grand army plaza
Walk toward prospect park. You will see the large white arch. The park at grand army plaza is under construction and fenced off. Walk around the traffic circle to enter under the arch.

For further information, a list of services and publications, a calendar of Upcoming events and a complimentary issue of always in season: living in sync With the cycles. Contact:

Mama Donna's tea garden and healing haven
Po box 380403
Exotic Brooklyn, NY 11238-0403
Phone/fax 718-857-2247
Email: cityshaman@aol.com


13. Tim Miller, FF Alumn, at UNC Asheville, March 21-22, 2003

Hi Everybody,
I am VERY honored to be the keynote performer at CITIZEN QUEER- the UNC Asheville GLBT Studies Conference March 21-22 organized by Karin Peterson and Keith Bramlett. Here's a link for the conference. It looks like it will be great. Send folks in the Carolinas along! http://www.unca.edu/glsc/home.html
best, Tim Miller

Citizen Queer
Glbt Studies Conference
at the University of North Carolina at Asheville,
March 21 & 22, 2003.

The themes of this year's conference include: Outside Status, Dissent & Resistance with a particular focus on issues of performance, art as activism, and intersections between queer identity and national identity.

Tim Miller, award-winning gay performance artist, will perform and host a workshop. Other performers and scholars will perform, present papers, and host workshops. For more information, follow the links below.

Register now! If you plan to attend Tim Miller's performance, it is strongly encouraged that you register by March 10. Miller's show is expected to sell out.


14. Gallery sought to host Ovarian Cancer Coalition benefit art sale.

Dear Gallery Director,
Can art help raise awareness? Can art raise money? With your help, Art/Can.
The New York City Division of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) seeks your help with a unique and special awareness event that we are planning for September entitled Art/Can. This pioneering event, designed to raise money for ovarian cancer awareness, at the same time encourages talented artists and helps to revitalize downtown Manhattan.

The survival rates of ovarian cancer are terrifyingly low. Statistics show that only 24% of all cases are found at an early, treatable stage and the overall 5-year survival rate is around 35%. Sadly, the symptoms of the disease are often mistaken as other, less serious conditions, and as a result it is commonly undetected or diagnosed until it's too late. NOCC's mission is to raise awareness and education about ovarian cancer. Our sincere hope is to reduce the number of women that die each year unnecessarily because of this disease.

Art/Can is an art auction which we hope will serve as a model for future cancer awareness projects. In early May we will be putting out a call for professional and amateur artists whom have been touched by cancer and are interested in submitting a work of art in the categories of photography, original painting, or sculpture. Artists who have been selected by the jury will have their pieces displayed at the auction event, and proceeds will go to the NYC division of NOCC. The purchaser will also have an option to donate 25% of the sale to another cancer organization of his or her choice.

Which brings me to the purpose of this letter. In order to stage an effective event, we are looking for a gallery in Tribeca to donate space for the auction. The event is scheduled for September 18 and already we are gaining support within the art community. Your participation as the gallery sponsor will enable us to reach our goal to inform women about the silent symptoms of ovarian cancer.

Jennifer Solar , President
New York City Division
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition

NOCC is a 501 c3 non-profit corporation


15. Carolee Schneemann, FF Alumn, in Feminist art roundtable @ CUNY, March 14th

Please join a round table: "Why Now? Revisiting 1970's Feminist Art"
Friday, March 14, 2003, 2:00 - 4:00 pm
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue @ 34th street
room 4406

the participants:
- Anna Chave: Professor in Art History at The Graduate Center and Queens College
- Catherine Morris: Co-curator of "Gloria: Another Look at Feminist Art of the 1970s"
- Ingrid Schaffner: Co-curator of "Gloria"
- Carolee Schneemann: Artist
- Mira Schor: Painter, Writer
the moderators:
- Nancy K. Miller: Distinguished Professor in English and Comparative Literature at The Graduate Center
- Debra Wacks: Ph. D. candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center

co-sponsored by Women's Studies, Art History, English, and the Concentration in Twentieth-Century Studies


16. Erika Yeomans, FF Alumn, at Freight Film Salon, NYC, March 24th

Monday Night Shorts @ Freight Film Salon Schedule

March 24th
The Forgery/Erika Yeomans
Dandy At My Door/Amy Karnchanapee
TWO SCREENINGS 7:15 and 10 p.m.
Freight Restaurant (inside The Chelsea Market)
410 West 16th Street, between 9th/10th Avenues
(Look up for the 410 sign!)
6:30 P.M.
No cover
Happy Hour
1/2 Price Drinks

Directions: A, C, E, L, 2, 3 to 14th Street; 1, 9 to18th Street

The Monday Night Shorts @ Freight Film Salon has created a way for emerging filmmakers to screen their work and network in a relaxed setting on a weekly basis. If you would like to submit a film, please email freightfilmsalon@yahoo.com.
Executive Producer: Erni Vales, ernivales@hotmail.com
Series Producer: Victoria Clark,


17. Karen Finley, FF Alumn, at Joe's Pub, March 14th, 7:30 PM

Karen Finley, FF Alumn, presents Distribution of Empathy (through Liza Minelli's eyes) with Chris Tanner and Lance Cruce, at Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette at Astor Place, 212-539-8770



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