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February 27, 2003
1. Micki Watanabe, FF Alumn, at Artists Alliance, thru March 5, 2003
Micki Watanabe, FF Alumn, has work in "Sculpture: A Matter of Soft and Hard," part of "Crossings: Artistic and Curatorial Practice," a multi-site exhibition curated by Anne Ellegood and Rachel Gugelberger in conjunction with the 2003 College Art Association Conference, at Artists Alliance's project space, room $410, 107 Suffolk St, NYC, 212-420-9202, Mondays-Saturdays, 12-5 pm, thru March 5, 2003
2. Alexandra Anderson-Spivy, FF Board Member, at NY Studio School, April 2, 2003
Alexandra Anderson-Spivy, FF Board Member, will present "The Fate of the Mid-Career Artsit in a Trophy-Oriented Culture" at the New York Studio School, 8 West 8th Street, on Wednesday, April 2nd, at 6:30 pm. Art critic, historian, editor and writer, Alexandra has published articles and columns for over 25 years in major national and international publications including The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, Vogue, Esquire, Art in America, and Artforum, among many others.
3. Christa Maiwald, FF Alumn, at Florence Lynch Gallery, opening March 8, 6-9 pm
Christa Maiwald, FF Alumn, presents "Adolescents: Phtoographs & Embroideries" from March 8th through April 12th, at Florence Lynch Gallery, 531-539 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, NYC, www.florencelynchgallery.com. The opening reception is Saturday March 8th from 6-9 pm.
4. Jay Critchley, FF Alumn, issues annual Ten Commandments
The IRS Issues the Ten Commandments of Petro-ideology - Part III
International Re-Rooters Society (IRS) President Jay Critchley issued his annual Ten Commandments at the 20th Annual Re-Rooters Day Ceremony on January 7 in Provincetown Harbor, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The theme for this year's ritual, which includes the burning of a tree/boat on the water at sunset with discarded items from participants' lives, is "Personal Umbrella Handlers." This was chanted backwards,"lanosreP allerbmU sreldnaH."
And Our Lord appeared to Moses in the form of a Burning Bush and gave him... The Ten Commandments of Petro-Ideology-Part III
1. Oil is the Lord
thy God and looting is thy credo;
(Chant after each commandment: LANOSREP ALLERBMU SRELDNAH)
2. Thou shalt not oppose simulsequel wars;
3. Thou shalt not question daddy's war in vain;
4. Remember thou keep holy the Birth of Crude;
5. Honor thy father and thy mother: Lube & Job;
6. Thou shalt not murder-but oil spills, boutique weapons branded Under God, unilateral elimidating, and barrels of laughs are OK;
7. Thou shalt not commit adultery-unless someone fucks with your pipeline dreams, extreme stock options, balance balls, or your dipstick;
8. Thou shalt not steal-except by greasing the frugal elite, lymposucking the earth, drilling into our predictive intelligence, and lubricating rogue states;
9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against cost avoidance-beware of false prophets who seek chat room contactees, Drive While Yackking, wear male pantyhose, and discard their plastic dildos;
10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's goods-unless you are a charismatic CEO, cloned ratbot, wrinkle reduction New Normal, have a personal umbrella handler, or use antimicrobial hand cream.
Let it be known that the devils and sinners who deceive us shall be cast into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and false prophets are, and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever. AMEN. The ceremony also included reworked songs such as the Twelve Days of Christmas:
12 Days of Stockpiling
1. Abductees on Kneel TV
2. Radiation pills
4. Cooked books
5. Snakehead fish
6. Feng shui missiles
8. Bunker Busters
11. Calf implant
12. Bald chickens
The IRS was founded
by Jay Critchley in 1983 to reclaim and "re-root" ourselves to the
P.O. Box 819
Provincetown, MA 02657
5. Helen Varley Jamieson, FF Intern-Alumn, presents Dress the Nation, March 3-4
Avatar Body Collision presents: Dress The Nation
"As a response - a response - to the OUTrageous theatrical demonstrations of Lysistrata throughout the land(s), I, George W. Bush, will dress, re-dress and NOT undress the Nation ... in a jaw-breaking speech - a jaw-breaking ... speech ..."
Scheduled for March
3rd (& 4th) at the following local times:
California 1:00 5:00 9:00 13:00
New York 4:00 8:00 12:00 16:00
UK 9:00 13:00 17:00 21:00
Finland/Greece 11:00 15:00 19:00 23:00
Iraq 12:00 16:00 20:00 24:00
Australia (NSW) 20:00 24:00 4:00 (4th) 8:00 (4th)
New Zealand 22:00 2:00 (4th) 6:00 (4th) 10:00 (4th)
To join the performance,
you will need to have the Palace installed on your computer. This is easy to
do, and there are instructions and download links at http://www.avatarbodycollision.org/palace.html
(email one of the Colliders if you need assistance). Once you have the Palace
installed, come to the Avatar Body Collision Palace: wetnorks.net, port 9998.
This production is part of the Lysistrata Project (http://www.lysistrataproject.com),
a global theatrical act of resistance to war.
Avatar Body Collision - http://www.avatarbodycollision.org
helen varley jamieson: creative catalyst
6. Ken Butler, FF Alumn, at Bowery Poetry Club, March 7th, 10 pm
opportunity.......hope to see you!
Tribal Soundz presents:
Ken Butler's Voices of Anxious Objects
Friday, March 7th 10pm
The Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery (Bleeker and Houston)
F to 2nd Ave, 6 to Bleeker
performs mesmerizing world textures and driving melodic gypsy grooves with passion
and purpose on an amazing arsenal of amplified hybrid string instruments made
from household objects and tools. Duchampian Dada meets Hybrid Hindu Hendrix.
"Ken Butler is an astonishing performer who delivers fiery world-infused
compositions not unlike a Hindu avatar coming to "burn the midnight
lamp"------- Glenn Max, Knitting Factory Press
7. Aaron Landsman, FF Alumn, at Dixon Place, March 5, 12, 19, 2003
Hi. I am doing three performances of my new play, Family Establishment. I am really happy about the amazing actors working on this show, and would love to have you come check it out, and let me know what you think, because I plan to keep working on it this summer. One cool thing is that it's performed site-specifically at a bar, so there's none of that annoying "where should we go for drinks" after the show.
Highlights include: a lawyer's harrowing jelly candy incident, a pen that comes back from the dead, and a juggler trying to hustle tourist traffic in winter, "shivering while his balls come down." I have a good feeling about this. Aaron
Dixon Place Presents
A new play written and directed by Aaron Landsman
Featuring the unique talents of:
Jean Ann Garrish
Assistant Director: Amanda Crater
Wednesdays in March: the 5th, 12th, and 19th
8PM / 21 and up (because it's a bar)
Dixon Place at Patio Bar
31 2nd Avenue (1st and 2nd)
Subways: F to 2nd Ave; 6 to Bleecker Street
$12 door / $10 advance
For reservations and information: 212-219-0736 / dixonplace.org
"Life is Beauty
Hope and Love Live All Three Regina Charles and Christian. Exactly like that.
With no commas."
8. Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga, FF Alumn, at Columbia University, March 5, 7 pm
Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga and John Arroyo will be discussing Vagamundo at dorkbot NYC wednesday, march 5th at 7pm at the Columbia University Computer Music Center located at Prentis Hall, 3rd floor, 632 w. 125th street, Manhattan. Ricardo will be presenting the concept, cart and game while John discusses the audio score for the game, so come prepared to play!
9. Lynn Book, FF Alumn, in Union Square, NYC, March 2, 5 PM
Peace Can Happen Anywhere, and this Sunday, March 2, it will happen in Union Square from 5 - 5:30 pm near the Gandhi statue in the SW corner. Come join us for a special vigil of ringing and singing in solidarity with THAW - theaters against war - as theaters, artists, directors and playwrights all over the city will be presenting performances, giviing readings, speaking and demonstrating against the proposed war against Iraq and its peoples and for a peaceful solution to world conflict. Go to THAWaction.org to get the full low down on what's happening.
PCHA and Voicelab
are collecting for the vigil at Union Square and then processing through the
East Village to 5 C Cafe at 5th St. and Ave. C for an evening of performances
that will feature Lynn Book and Vox Risk Holler from 7 - 8 pm and others till
9. We are asking for a $5 contribution that will be donated to WBAI radio, community
sponsored media for peace and justice. We hope you will join us at any or all
of these times and events to show your support in a bright flash of creative
power for peace.
for more info call 212-529-8991
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