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Upcoming Public Programs and Events

  fri, apr 18: 7 pm
FILM SCREENING
What is the truth of poetry? Does anybody really know? Casey Smith, a poet from Washington, DC, sets out to explore these questions in a short film made by Mick Williams, a troubled artist who now earns his living as a commercial video-editor. The Truth of Poetry charts the dissolution of their friendship over the course of the film's production, while never quite answering the ambitious promise of the film's title.
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  sat, apr 19: 4 pm
EXHIBITION PERFORMANCE SERIES
In Impose Upon Me, created and performed by Christy Funsch, involves the creation, relation, translation, and performance of information via three different systems: visual/experiential, language/descriptive, and notation interpretation.
In conjunction with the exhibition Coding the Body, organized by Leah Buechley.
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  wed, apr 23: 7 pm
DOUBLE TAKE READINGS
Three pairs of authors write original pieces about shared experiences. Featuring: Siddhartha Deb, Mike Heppner, Joseph McElroy, Minna Proctor, Catherine Texier, and Wendy S. Walters.
Organized by Albert Mobilio
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  sat, apr 26: 4 pm
EXHIBITION PERFORMANCE SERIES
In the interactive performance THIS OLD HOUSE, created and performed by Martha Eddy, is a reflection and homage to the changing codes of the human body as it moves through life from birth, to crawling, creeping, diagonals, spirals…and onwards.
In conjunction with the exhibition Coding the Body, organized by Leah Buechley.
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  sat, may 3: 4 pm
EXHIBITION PERFORMANCE SERIES
In OnebyOne, Eva Perrotta and Corinne Cappelletti present a live cartographic performance that maps the pathways of the self through a symbiotic relationship. Unfurling the meaning of support, the performers acknowledge the embodied histories that lay dormant.
In conjunction with the exhibition Coding the Body, organized by Leah Buechley.
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  sat, may 10: 4 pm
EXHIBITION PERFORMANCE SERIES
In Falling for Prepositions, Claire Porter weavs together text and movement, emphasizing numerous and wild uses of prepositions. Porter presents a lecture, turned into a dance-music concert, gradually embodying a raging tale of a love affair.
In conjunction with the exhibition Coding the Body, organized by Leah Buechley.
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