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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
August 29. 2002

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1. Alexander Del Re, FF Alumn, at Currency 2002, an International Festival of Contemporary Performance, New York, October 3-5, 2002.
2. Sylvia Benitez, FF Alumn has solo show at MicroMuseum, Brooklyn, September 5 - October 30
3. Istvan Kantor Monty Cantsin, FF Alumn presents MULA BANDHA (anal contraction) at ne plus ultra PROJECT SPACE, Toronto, Aug 30-Sep 7
4. David Hammons, FF Alumn in exhibition at 10th Anniversary of The Charlie Parker Festival, New York August 29-31.
5. Susanne Kuffler, in show at Brandeis University, Thursday September 12-Wednesday October 23
6. Heidi Arneson, FF Alumn gives Performance Workshop, in Minneapolis - September 4 - October 23
7. Vagina Dialogues - A Queer Review opens at the WOW Café, 59 East 4th Street, NYC September 6, 7, 8, 2002.
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1. Alexander Del Re, FF Alumn, at Currency 2002, an International Festival of Contemporary Performance, New York, October 3-5, 2002, 8pm chashama, 135 W 42 St. in Manhattan.

Artists from Europe, Asia, Africa and all three Americas, many performing in New York for the first time, will participate in this historic event.

See the latest in performance art from Thailand, Chile, Japan, Belarus and more, plus some homegrown American performance artists too!

The festival will also feature Currency Exchange, a gallery exhibition with contributions by prominent performance artists from around the globe.There will be a different program each night; performances begin at 8 PM.

Participating artists: Amouzou Amouzou-Glipka (Togo/Germany); Pekka Luhta (Finland); Chumpon Apisuk (Thailand); Jamie McMurry (US); Julie Bacon (UK); Irma Optimist(Finland); Julien Blaine (France); Dennis Romanovski (Belarus); John G. Boehme (Canada); Fumiko Takahashi (Japan); Jessica Buege (US); Uto Gusztav (Transylvania region, Romania); Sylvie Cotton (Quebec, Canada); Alexander Del Re (Chile); Ema Villanueva (México); Wladislaw Kazmierczak/Her/She Senses (US) Ewa Rybska (Poland)
For more information, visit the chashama website at www.chashama.org or
contact Festival Director Dan McKereghan at 718.965.2617 or
do2be@mail.earthlink.net.
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2. Sylvia Benitez, FF Alumn has solo show at MicroMuseum, Brooklyn, September 5 - October 30

Her exhibit entitled Recuerdosâš Memories (for Alan) opens on September 5 from 6-9pm.Drop into MicroMuseum, 123 Smith Street, Brooklyn most Saturdays from 12 - 6 PM but confirm first (718) 797-3116.

Closing reception October 27 from 3 - 6 PM
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3. Istvan Kantor Monty Cantsin, FF Alumn presents MULA BANDHA (anal contraction) at ne plus ultra PROJECT SPACE, Toronto, Aug 30-Sep 7

Dated Radicalism of Neoist Scum Series Blood Campaign Project (since 1979) an OBS* event from aug 30 -sep 7 2002 -opens aug 30, 6pm

ne plus ultra PROJECT SPACE
1080 Queen Street West Toronto, tel: 416.451.9802, e_mail:
info@ne-plus-ultra.com

*Old Boring Shit

www.ne-plus-ultra.com/now
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4. David Hammons, FF Alumn in exhibition at TENTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE CHARLIE PARKER FESTIVAL, Tribes Gallery 285 east 3rd street 2nd fl New York August 29-31

Poets: Stephanie Agosto; Hortensia Anderson; Kathy Arnoldi; Bret Axel; Max Blagg; Michael Carter; Ira Cohen; Steve Dalachinsky; Natasha Diggs; John Farris; Sarah Ferguson; Reg. E. Gaines; Galinsky; Justina Mejias; Popoleto Melendez; Nancy Mercado; Sharon Olinka; Yuko Otomo; Amy Ouzoonian; Eve Packer; Frank :Perez; Pedro Pietri; Aileen Reyes; Paul Skiff; Lourdes Vasquez

*List of poets is subject to change.

The work of over 50 artists will be displayed, including works by: David Hammons; Gerald Jackson; Lorenzo Pace;

Music on tape/video:David Murray Beat Band directed by Butch Morris;

Sun Ra Arkestra directed by Marshall Allen

Lets get lost - documentary on the music of Chet Baker

Straight, no chaser - documentary on the music of Thelonious Monk

Live Music: Roy Campbell - Trumpet; Goussy Celestin - solo piano Micha Gaugh, Charles Gayle - Tenor Saxophone Sayuri Goto on piano; Jeffery Loomis on piano with songs by Dominique Bachemin Jemeel Moondoc - Alto Saxophone; The Transcendentalists

refreshments will be served; donations and contributions gladly accepted

Tribes Gallery 285 east 3rd street 2nd fl. (between avenues c and d) 212-674-8262

made possible in part with funds from the Golden Rule Foundation
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5. Susanne Kuffler, in show at Brandeis University,Thursday September 12-Wednesday October 23.

"Claiming the Spirit": A Juried Show at the Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University.

Works from 17 visual artists from New England will be on display. The works all share the common theme of reclaiming the spirit of the individual.

Juried by Curators Wendy Tarlow Kaplan & E. Linda Poras.

Featuring the works of: Lathoriel Badenhausen, Joan Baldwin, Mia Brownell, Mary Ann Bushweller, Yetti Frenkel, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylor' Linda Hoffman Jessica Jacobs, Laurie Kaplowitz, Dorothy Simpson Krause, Suzanne Kuffler' Roz Leibowitz, Marja Lianko' Marcella Morgese' Jaye Phillips' Richard Widhu' Nancy Wyllie

Sponsored by Art Spaces @ Brandeis University Women's Studies Research Center.

Opening Reception & Celebration: Thursday, September 12, 2002, 5:30-7:30 PM 5:30 Explore the Exhibit 6:00 Panel Presentation: The Artists Discuss Their Work 6:45 Entertainment Provided by Starving Artists, a Brandeis Student Run Acapella Group;

Please RSVP to Ana Davis at: anad@brandeis.edu, 781-736-8100

Exhibit & Reception Location: Art Spaces @ The Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University, 515 South Street, ms 079, Waltham, MA 02454 781-736-8100

http://www.brandeis.edu/centers/wsrc/art.php Exhibition Hours: M-F, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Evenings by appointment.

For Directions visit: http://www.brandeis.edu/overview/directions.html
We are conveniently located across the street from the Brandeis/Roberts commuter rail stop; Free Parking
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6. Heidi Arneson, FF Alumn gives Performance Workshop in Minneapolis, September 4- October 23

A writing/acting class designed to spark your creativity & get you onstage performing your original work. Each class begins with a series of simple physical, vocal, relaxation & writing exercises & ends with the opportunity for each student to perform their original work onstage. All levels are welcome,beginner to professional. "My main goal is to provide a safe space for you to take creative risks, express yourself and expand your spirit."

Class For all Levels 8 Wednesdays, Sept 4 Oct 23, 6:30-9pm @ Patrick's Cabaret, 3010 Minnehaha Ave S, Minneapolis

Master Class
4 Thursdays, Sept 5 - 26 12 noon - 2:30 pm @ Patrick's Cabaret

For further information, call 612.362.3381 or email HeidiHouse1@yahoo.com.

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7. Vagina Dialogues - A Queer Review opens at the WOW Café, 59 East 4th Street, NYC September 6, 7, 8, 2002.

from toronto¹s lips to new york city¹s ears HAG Theatre¹s Vagina Dialogues

Seventeen voices directed by Margaret Smith, Vagina Dialogues ~ A Queer Review ~ defines lesbian sexuality in a way that extends the continuum and locates sexuality in one¹s own sensory language of the body. The relational aspect of a chorus of voices, in which women intimately address each other, authenticates and relaxes the private secret content, makes real what is shared, and begins to complete the liberated body's landscape. An array of diverse voices builds a powerful result and a language in common.

Organized in 1994 as a collective of theatre artists, HAG Theatre focuses on presenting the lesbian voice/story on stage. Works are chosen based on collective talents and available resources. HAG Theatre creates new works and presents contemporary playwrights such as Emma Donoghue, Alexis De Veaux, Carolyn Gage, Sarah Dreher, Claire Chaffee, Sandra Freeman, and Linda Eisenstein. The company was founded to make visible lesbians and women, and to provide theatrical production opportunities for lesbian writers.

Vagina Dialogues ~ A Queer Review ~ directed by Margaret Smith
WOW Café 59 East 4th Street, NYC (#6 train to astor place)
Fri Sept 6 at 10:00 PM - Sat Sept 7 at 8:00 PM ­ Sun Sept 8 at 4 PM
Tickets $10
NO LATECOMERS
Reservations 212.631.3609 or 212.777.4280

Press contact: Margaret Smith 716-884-5984 or 716-830-5984 cell
margaret.smith93@verizon.net

www.hagtheatre.org

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