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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
December 18, 2002

CONTENTS:
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1. Laurie Beth Clark, FF Alumn, in Darmstadt, Germany, thru Jan. 19, 2003
2. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, featured in San Francisco Examiner
3. Paul Zaloom, FF Alumn, special FF discount for puppet spectacle at PS122, Jan 3-12.
4. Fiona Templeton, William Pope.L, FF Alumns, receive Foundation For Contemporary Performance Arts Grants, 2002
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1. Laurie Beth Clark, FF Alumn, in Darmstadt, Germany, thru Jan. 19, 2003

The Association of International Forest Art invites you all for the documentation of the summer symposion on "1. International Forest Art Path Research". (please see details on the project in summer on our homepage www.waldkunst.com )

Opening in the Foyergallery, Staatstheater Darmstadt Saturday, 14th 2002 at 3 pm
Kevin Blackwell, Schottland "Tree Pods"
Laurie Beth Clark, USA "Versteckte Kinder"
Aris Georgiades, USA "Ground Seating"
Kim Young-Hun, Korea/Frankreich "The Respect of Disappearance"
Joachim Kuhlmann, Darmstadt "Memory"
Sallie Mc Corkle, USA "Consuming Nature"
Nancy Mladenoff, Madison/USA "Painted Mushrooms"
Thomas Neumaier, Ingolstadt (Dtl.) "Travelling Forest"
Roger Rigorth, Darmstadt (Dtl.) "Waldlöffel"
Fried Rosenstock, Italien und Dtl. "Holzbücher - dem deutschen Wald zu lesen gegeben"
Gail Simpson, USA "Harvest"
Byon Tak, Korea "Klangobjekt"

Performances und Interaktionen :
Luz Maria Bedoya, Peru "The Blind Tower"
Barbara Rose Haum, New York "TORN TEXTBOOKS - Waldmanuskripte"
Kim Young-Hun, Korea/Frankreich "The Respect of Disappearance"
Gabi und Thomas Neumaier, Ingolstadt/Dtl. "Die Erotisierung des Waldes"
Michael Peterson, USA "Running Commentary"
Inga Pickel, Darmstadt/Dtl. "Spiel mit wechselnd Bäumen"
Fried Rosenstock, Italien und Dtl. "Lampyris III"

The documentation will present several series of photographic work and some installtions from performances and works which were done in the forest, f.e. "Blind Tower", 449 Polaroidfotos, Luz Maria Bedoya "Painted Mushrooms", Photoserie, Nancy Mladenoff "Erotisierung des Waldes", Photoserie, Gabriele und Thomas Neumaier "Waldmanuskripte", performance relicts und postcards, Barbara Rose Haum Also we will present the film about the Forest Art Path by Dr. Andreas Honneth. The colour catalogue in German and English (56 pages and Euro 13,-) will be available under Ute Ritschel Tel. 06151/714612 Fax 714650 email: ute@ritschel.net This exhibition was possible with the help of the Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt.

Duration of Exhibition: 14.12.2002 - 19.1.2003

email: ute@ritschel.net

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2. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, featured in San Francisco Examiner

Please visit
http://www.examiner.com/ex_files/default.jsp?story=X1212SAMARASw
to learn more about the art of Isabel Samaras, FF alumn.

Isabel Samaras
izzycat@aol.com
http://www.devilbabe.com

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3. Paul Zaloom, FF Alumn, special FF discount for puppet spectacle at PS122, Jan 3-12.

TWO WEEKS ONLY!

Mighty Nice! - a new puppet spectacle by Paul Zaloom
Fri-Sun, Jan 3- Jan. 5
Wed-Sun, Jan 8-12
8:30 p.m. Sundays at 5 p.m.
$20; USE THIS SECRET PASSWORD for discount $17 ticket: "PRESTO CHANGE-O"

Legendary surrealist/political satirist/puppeteer Paul Zaloom unleashes his latest solo extravaganza, MIGHTY NICE, a work in three parts: "THE PUNCH AND JIMMY SHOW", a gay update of the classic "Punch and Judy"; "DON'T", a mock D.A.R.E anti-drug presentation hosted by an intense state cop and his drug addled, life-sized dummy, Billy; and "2222", a frenetic, apocalyptic, and hysterical sci-fi vision of what the world will be like in the year 2222.

Zaloom uses his weapon of choice, humor, to disarm and encourage, to melt the pessimism away, and to hurt the face from way too much laughter.

"Paul Zaloom is a wildly creative, stupendously resourceful performance artist" Time Out New York

For tickets call our box office at 212-477-5288 or buy tickets online at
www.ticketweb.com

Performance Space 122
150 First Avenue and 9th Street, NYC 10009
212-477-5288 Box Office
212-353-1315 Fax
ps122@ps122.org

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4. Fiona Templeton, William Pope.L, FF Alumns, receive Foundation For Contemporary Performance Arts Grants, 2002

On December 9th, the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts announced awards of nearly $300,000. Ten grants of $20,000 each were awarded to artists in the United States and abroad. Because of economic circumstances, grant amounts and the total budget decreased from 2001. Selected by the Directors and members of the arts community from nominations submitted by noted artists and arts professionals, this year's recipients in Theater/Performance Art were both Franklin Furnace Alumns, William Pope.L. of Lewiston, Maine and Fiona Templeton of New York City.

Founded and guided by artists, the Foundation's mission is to encourage, sponsor, and promote innovative work in the arts created and presented by individuals, groups, and organizations. Artists working in dance, music, theater/performance art, poetry, and the visual arts are awarded nonrestrictive grants for projects of their own choosing by a nomination process; arts organizations receive project or general operating support by application. Since the Foundation's inception in 1963, hundreds of artists have donated work to raise funds for these grants. The current Directors of the Foundation are: Brooke Alexander, Jasper Johns, Julian Lethbridge, Phill Niblock, and John Silberman. They were joined in the selection process by theater artist John Jesurun, musicologist Laura Kuhn, and performer Valda Setterfield.

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