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May 22, 2003

1. "Barbara Bush," FF Alumn, performs Sunday, May 25 in TNC's LES Festival
2. Barbara Pollack, FF Alumn, at Whitney ISP, opening tonite and also at Grolier Club
3. Galinsky, FF Alumn, at the Cornelia Street Café, 9 pm, June 3
4. Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, Le Petit Versailles opening, June 1, 4 pm
5. Max Gimblett, FF Member, new paintings exhibit in New Zealand, opens June 3
6. Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn, reviews Ena Swansea exhibition.
7. Mike Asente, FF Alumn, "The Colors of", opens May 30 at GV/AS, Brooklyn
8. Jennifer Miller, FF Alumn, Circus Amok benefit May 24, plus June 2003 schedule
9. Tadej Pogacar, FF Alumn, opening May 25,London, England
10. Ken Friedman, FF Alumn, announces free digital version of Fluxus Performance Workbook, now online
11. Cary Peppermint, FF Alumn, at Bronx River Art Center, May 24, 3 pm
12. Whitney Independent Study Program Open Studios through June 1
13. Lily Tomlin, FF Alumn, wins Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

1. "Barbara Bush," FF Alumn, performs Sunday, May 25 in TNC's LES Festival

8th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts--FREE
Come see your old favorites‹and make some new ones at

FRIDAY May 23 6pm to midnight

SATURDAY May 24 11 am to midnight INCLUDING:
Street Fair 11 am to 5pm
Outside Performance All Afternoon
Performance by and for children from 2pm to 5pm
Film from 5pm until midnight; and

SUNDAY May 25 5pm to midnight INCLUDING:
Poetry with Jushi from 5 to 7pm
Art Exhibit in our lobby all weekend

The iconoclassic LES returns with three days of theater, music, spoken word, dance and film. As always, FREE to the public. Get your fix, and sample local arts like:
Jonathan Ames in Eric Bogosian¹s NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND (Now at PS122)
Music from David Amram and Stephan Smith
Excerpt from Jim Jarmusch's EXT. TRAILER NIGHT
Work from illustrator Marcellus Hall and photographer Corky Lee
Martha Wilson as Barbara Bush from 7:09 to 7:19 PM. In the Johnson Theater
and many many more see www.theaterforthenewcity.net for details and


2. Barbara Pollack, FF Alumn, at Whitney ISP, opening tonite and also at Grolier Club

Homeland Exhibition
May 23 - June 29, 2003
Opening Reception
Thursday, May 22 6-8 pm

An exhibition of works that critically examine the concept of homeland, as it draws attention to the recent mobilization of the term as well as its broader historical connotations. Participating artists are Ayreen Anastas, Matthew Buckingham, Hans Haacke, Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Jonathan Horowitz, Institute for Applied Autonomy, Emily Jacir, Annette Lemieux, Arnold Mesches, Nils Norman, Daniel Pflumm, Barbara Pollack, Michael Rakowitz, Francesco Simeti, and Olav Westphalen.

As a form of response to the new rhetoric and legislation of this term, Homeland brings together works made just prior to the 1991 Gulf War, through September 11, and up to the recent invasion of Iraq by military forces led by the United States and Great Britain. Together these works raise questions about belonging and exile, and investigate the relationships between nationalism and territory. In the process they draw attention to shifting geopolitical spaces and the cultural contradictions and differences that shape them.

The exhibition maintains that the conception of American homeland does not stand isolated from others and suggests that the implications of its new use are still unfolding. Drawing on the scope of the term itself, the works presented in this exhibition question and further complicate the notion of homeland at this time of war and increasing threats to civil liberties.

While some of the artists, like Ayreen Anastas and Emily Jacir, explicitly comment on homeland as a term, others, such as Nils Norman and the Institute for Applied Autonomy, discuss its manifestations in the spaces of our daily lives. Still others work at the social systems that articulate homeland, as when Annette Lemieux, Daniel Pflumm, and Francesco Simeti appropriate news media images from sources like Life Magazine, CNN, and The New York Times. Matthew Buckingham and Hans Haacke question patriotism in the United States, through the history of Mt. Rushmore and the contradictions of the first Gulf War, respectively. Jonathan Horowitz and Olav Westphalen critique the privileged position of the popular and corporate entities that drive American hegemony, and their figurative and literal relationship to the federal government. Finally, Michael Rakowitz and Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds focus on variable conceptions of the public addressed by homeland, while Barbara Pollack and Arnold Mesches situate the individual within homeland purview.

Public Programs
A series of events have been organized to accompany the exhibtion; all events will take place at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street.

Friday, May 30, 7 pm
Barbara Pollack, Michael Rakowitz, and Olav Westphalen discuss their artistic practices in light of the complexities of homeland.

Wednesday, June 4, 7 pm
Speaking of Home Filmed in Germany and Lebanon, these experimental documentaries by Shelly Silver and collaborators Walid Ra'ad and Jayce Salloum explore the language of homeland from multiple and often conflicting viewpoints. The program is introduced by Shelly Silver and followed by an informal discussion.

Wednesday, June 11, 7 pm
Identifying Homeland From propaganda to details of the everyday, the video works featured in this program take apart associations surrounding the term homeland. Identifying Homeland includes works by Jem Cohen, Duki Dror and Rashid Mashawari, Keith Sanborn, and others.

Gallery tours will be held every Saturday at 2pm with one of the Homeland curators.

This exhibition was organized by the 2002-03 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellows of the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program: Craig Buckley, Tanya Leighton, Sara Reisman, Emily Rothschild, and Nat Trotman, in an ongoing collaboration between the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program and The Graduate Center, The City University of New York.

A free catalogue that includes essays by each of the Curatorial Fellows will accompany the exhibition. If you are interested in receiving one, please send an email inquiry to info@homelandexhibition.com.


May 14 - August 2, 2003

Women Photographers from the Collections of Grolier Club Members
CURATED BY Anne Hoy & Kimball Higgs

The Morning is due to all -- to some -- the night -- to an imperial few -- the auroral light.

Works by over eighty women photographers are the subject of this exhibition, drawn from the collections of Grolier Club members. Exploring a little-known aspect of Grolier member collecting, the exhibition unites modernist and postmodern photographers from Berenice Abbott to Helen Levitt, from Nan Goldin to Cindy Sherman. This gathering of over 130 photographs and photographically-illustrated books serves as an evaluation of women's contributions to camera art and documentation, three decades after the first feminists brought female photographers to wide public attention.

Organized thematically, "The Auroral Light" shows how these generations of women photographers have tackled portraits and figure studies, the landscape, cityscape, and still life, and how they experiment with set-up subjects, photocollage, photograms, and the like. Well-known photographers such as Margaret Bourke-White, Imogen Cunningham, Lotte Jacobi, and Louise Dahl-Wolfe are represented by signature images as well as lesser-known prints. Less familiar names, including Eva Watson-Schutz, Carlotta Corpron, and Edith Worth, come from the ranks of photographers who worked in the first half of the 20th century. Younger photographers include Ellen Carey, Susan Derges, Sally Mann, and Catherine Opie, while Mari Mahr, DoDo Jin Ming, Barbara Pollack, and Liz Rideal are among the newcomers.

Portraits of photographers and writers are a strong suit of "The Auroral Light," reflecting the Grolier Club mission to preserve and promulgate knowledge of books and the book arts. Here are photographs of James Joyce by Giselle Freund, Janet Flanner by Berenice Abbott, Henry Miller by Mary Ellen Mark, Paul Strand by Lotte Jacobi, and Irving Penn by Lisa Fonssagrives, among other portraits. The earliest photograph in the exhibition is by the passionate Victorian, Julia Margaret Cameron, of her friend Alfred, Lord Tennyson as "The Dirty Monk."

"The Auroral Light" is curated by Anne Hoy, former curator at the International Center of Photography, and Kimball Higgs, Gagosian Gallery, and the show is sponsored by the Club's Committee on Prints, Drawings, & Photographs. The Grolier Club members who lent to this exhibition do not collect photographs by women exclusively: major contributors such as Nancy and Robert Grover of Hartford, CT, collect contemporary photographs that experiment with perception and expand the boundaries of the medium; Donald Oresman of New York City collects images of people reading; Neale Albert and George Meredith, of Manhattan and Upper Montclair, NJ, respectively, acquire photographs from photographers they have known. Among the motives for the exhibition's focus on women photographers was to call attention to women as collectors of books and book arts and to celebrate the contributions of women to the life of the Grolier Club.

A checklist to accompany the exhibition is in preparation.


3. Galinsky, FF Alumn, at the Cornelia Street Café, 9 pm, June 3

The Manhattan Monologue Slam
A new monthly performance series featuring most exciting talent.
Tuesday June 3rd at 9pm and
The series continues the 1st Tuesday of each month thereafter at
The Cornelia Street Café
'a culinary as well as cultural landmark' (Mayoral Proclamation 1997)
29 Cornelia Street NY NY (212) 989-9319
between Bleecker and West 4th off of 6th Ave
admission: $5.00 and one drink minimum
For industry comps and more information call 212.332.0878

It's a first in New York City: The Manhattan Monologue Slam. This one of a kind performance slam is a one-hour show that features ten exciting NYC performers, performing one short monologue, in front of a jazzed crowd at the Cornelia Street Cafe. What's at stake? Dinner for two at the venue, a one on one consultation with a NYC casting agent and of course the right to be called: "The Manhattan Monologue Slam Champion" (and the challenge of defending the "MMS Trophy" the following month.)

June 3rd show features: current champion Natasha Price, as well as, Michele Carlo, Luigi Scorcia, Darryl B. Reilly, Philip Galinsky, Walter Hoffman, Fire Lauren, Galinsky , Dana Bryant, Master Lee, Marlene Duperely.

Each show is followed by:
The Manhattan Monologue Slam Networking Jam & "Thirty Seconds of Fame" Open Performance Slam (audience member/actors will audition for slots in next months Slam)
Cornelia Street Cafés kitchen serves supper & appetizers 'til midnight as well as coffee & tea. For industry comps and more information call 212.332.0878


4. Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, announce Le Petit Versailles opening, June 1, 4 pm; and also at TNC, June 5-15.

You are cordially invited to the opening event of Le Petit Versailles Season

LE PETIT VERSAILLES 346 East Houston Street @ Avenue C
Rain or Shine. FREE or voluntary donation.
F / V trains to Second Ave. Walk east on HOUSTON St. or J / M trains to
Delancey. Walk northeast to HOUSTON St.


RAGAS FOR PEACE- Bill Buchen and Alok Dutt
Live classical Indian ragas in our beautiful garden setting.

Alok Dutt studied North Indian Classical Bansuri flute with Hariprasad Chaurasia and with Raganeth Seth. Alok is also an accomplished Western Classical violinist and pianist who performs throughout the NYC area. Bill Buchen is a composer, jazz drummer and percussionist who has studied Indian Classical music with Kadar Khan, Anand Kumar Mallik, Zakir Hussein, and Samir Chattergee . Along with his wife Mary Buchen, co-directors of Sonic Architecture he designs interactive sculptural installations for science museums, public plazas, childrens museums and art galleries throughout the world. In New York City their work may be seen at Socrates Scultpure Park, New York Hall of Science, Liberty Science Center, Kissena Park, Underhill Park, Madame Curie Park, Playground for All Children, and the fence for the 6th Street and Ave B garden.

5-7 pm Exhibition reception.
OVERHEAD UNDERGROUND - Reimagining The Faerie Landscape.
June 1 - 29, 2003 Sara Woolley, Wong Dowling, Amy Pierce, Philip Crangi, Al Baltrop, Bodie Chewning, Derek Jackson, Jordan Buschur, Ruth Hai, Peter Cramer, Tamiko Kawata, Lara Paris, Aaron Cantor
Exhibition Hours: Saturdays/Sundays 12-5 pm or by appointment 212.529.8815


Le Petit Versailles, created in 1996 by community neighbors as a GreenThumb garden, is a project of Allied Productions, Inc. a non profit arts organization established in 1981. LPV is a public space located at 247 East 2nd St. in the East Village and serves both the general community and visitors from around the world. As well as providing a green oasis for meditation and relaxation it is dedicated to fostering the interest of all segments of the community in the arts, broadening and enriching the general public through performances, screenings, workshops and similar activities.

Events are made possible by Allied Productions,Inc.,Gardeners & Friends of LPV, GreenThumb/NYC Dept. of Parks,The Trust for Public Land, Materials for the Arts; NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NYC Dept.of Sanitation, & NYC Board of Education.


Coming soon at Theater for the New City 155 1st Ave. (b/w 9th and 10th St.s)
Conceived and Directed by Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, populated by the members of Dancetube...

Set in an abstraction of a television studio for an Italian talk show, sexual scandal, domination, xenophobia and terrorist controversy are the sensational fodder feeding this parody of western civilization's collision with global culture:

A gregarious and vivacious hostess maneuvers the audience and her guests through topics of current affairs, focusing on the contamination and standardization of beef and dairy product and a popular scandal of abduction and terrorism charges brought about by a young bourgeois Italian girl against an internationally known, charismatic activist. Bovine-themed burlesque breaks up the action.

More detailed info to come...Friends of Allied Productions, The Brooklyn Media Lab, Neverneverparty, Dancetube or Le Petite Versailles, please forward the Spettacolo Provolone announcements on your lists. (Thanks!)

Coming June 5th - 15th Thursday through Saturday, 8:00pm
Sunday Matinee 2:00pm
Also don't forget to check out the new website at www.brooklynmedialab.com


5. Max Gimblett, FF Member, new paintings exhibit in New Zealand, opens June 3

Max Gimblett Exhibition opening - Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
You are invited to preview Max Gimblett still waters new paintings

tuesday, 3rd June, 5 - 7 pm
exhibition: 4th -28th June 2003
Gow Langsford Gallery
Corner Kitchen and Wellesley Sts.
Auckland, New Zealand
For further information: melanie@gowlangsfordgallery.co.nz
or www.gowlangsfordgallery.com


6. Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn, reviews Ena Swansea exhibition.

Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn, invites interested readers to visit www.artcritical.com, under "Reviews", to see her comments about the recent Ena Swansea exhibit at Klemens Gasser Tanja Grunnert. enjoy, best to everyone, Deborah Garwood.


7. Mike Asente, FF Alumn, "The Colors of", opens May 30 at GV/AS, Brooklyn

For Immediate Release
Contact: Magalie Guerin Tel: 718.389.6847

Mike Asente
The Colors of
May 30 - June 15, 2003
Opening reception: Friday, May 30th, 7-10 PM
Gallery hours: Friday through Sunday, 1-7 PM
140 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
(corner of Greenpoint Ave.)

GV/AS is pleased to present an exhibition by the artist, Mike Asente, entitled, The Colors of, the consummation of a series of drawings and sculptures initiated by the artist approximately eight years ago.

In these latest two- and three-dimensional works, Asente distills his earlier, more anatomically graphic portraits to the vestigial element of color. Continuing his use of store-bought "collage frames," he exploits their multiple mat cutouts to echo the spatial absence implied in his subjects and to underscore the irony in his work.

Asente has recently integrated embroidery into his vocabulary to, "free my hand from the weight of the history of drawing and to more strongly link my graphic work with the fabrics and textures of my three-dimensional pieces."

His meticulously procured lush velvets, tactile wools and printed fabrics form a reductive, decorative formalism. Combined with the soft pliability of fabric, balances the artist's inquiry into relationships of the body to the public arena, the self as it interfaces with popular culture and the mutable borderline where erotica functions as either prurient or transformational.

Mike Asente was born in Berlin, Germany. He now lives and works in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He studied at Virginia Commonwealth University and at the Tyler School of Art. And was the director of the exhibition space, Everything is Everything, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in the mid 1990's. He has exhibited widely both in the US and internationally, including exhibitions at Franklin Furnace in NYC, Diverse Works in Houston, Texas, Fredericke Taylor Gallery, NYC and La Fondation de la Tapisserie in Belgium.


8. Jennifer Miller, FF Alumn, Circus Amok benefit May 24, plus June 2003 schedule

Hi All,
For anyone who will be in town on Saturday, May 24th this is the place to be. Paprika will rock the house performing dance music in nine languages and styles ranging from reggae to Cuban to Brazilian samba to African and Arabic rock & roll. It is guaranteed to be fun. Proceeds go to help fund the 2003 tour of Circus Amok. New York's own free outdoor circus and will be in a park near you this June. Come and shake it.

Paprika is..........
Robin Burdulis: percussion
Terry Dame: saxophones
Viva DeConcini: guitar/vocals
Dawn Drake: percussion/vocals
Lisa Frisari: drums
Vanessa Roe: vocals
Mona Seda: trumpet
Vareniki Spy: bass

Saturday May 24th
11pm $1
126 Front Street
DUMBO, Brooklyn

Directions to Superfine
F train to York Street
turn right walk down hill one blk
turn left on Front 1/2 blk down on le

CIRCUS AMOK SUMMER 2003 schedule

June 5 Riverside Park
Riverside Dr. & 80th St, Manhattan 6:00

June 6 Fort Greene Park
Dekalb & S. Portland, Brooklyn 6:00

June 7 Prospect Park
Enter 9th St & Prospect Park West, Brooklyn 2 & 5:00

June 8 McCarren Park
Bedford Ave. & N.14th St, Bklyn 4:00

June 12 Marcus Garvey Park
Madison Ave. & 123 St, Manhattan 6:00

June 13 TBA 6:00

June 14 Coney Island
W.10th St. & Surf Ave, Bklyn 2 & 5:00

June 15 St Mary's Park
St. Anne's Ave. & 146th St, Bronx 4:00

June 19 Devoe Park
W. Fordham Rd. & Webb Ave, Bronx 6:00

June 20 Herbert Von King Park
Lafayette Ave. & Marcy Ave, Bklyn 6:00

June 21 Socrates Sculpture Garden
Vernon Blvd. & Bdway, Long Island City, Queens 6:00

June 22 Tompkins Square Park
Ave. A & Seventh St. Manhattan 2 & 5:00

Jaunty Jugglers! Kweer Kartwheelers!
Go-Go Galore!
& The Blasting Sounds of the




9. Tadej Pogacar, FF Alumn, opening May 25,London, England

Sunday 25 May 1600­2000h
Wine and food will be served.

Join B+B and Tadej Pogacar of the PMCA (currently in residence at the Austrian Cultural Forum) for a Sunday afternoon of comforts and concrete.

The Department of Anthropology and the Department of Every Day Life of the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E Museum of Contemporary Art (PMCA) proudly present the project 'A Perfect Place'.

'A Perfect Place' brings together the snap shots of Tadej Pogacar's roam through three UK cities during his residency with B+B at Home. The act of walking, as Michel de Certeau states, is a 'pedestrian speech act' connected to everyday experience and personal voices in the city.

'A Perfect Place' celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the PMCA. In honour of this occasion, you are invited to an afternoon of food and wine, video screenings and exhibitions. The Director of the PMCA, Tadej Pogacar, will introduce the latest activities of the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E Museum. The FIRST ANNUAL B+B BENEFIT AUCTION, with special guestauctioneer Alasdair Hopwood, will close the event. This is your chance tobid for a piece of the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E entitled 'AN IDEAL COMMUNITY'.

The material gathered during Tadej Pogacar's residency will also be available for visitors at the ACF from Tuesday 27 to Friday 30 May.

All events at ACF are free.
B+B at Home, Monday to Friday, 0900­1700h
Location: Austrian Cultural Forum, 28 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PQ
Underground: Knightsbridge, South Kensington

Contacts: Sarah +44 (0)7713 400 958, Sophie +44 (0)7887 701799
Stay in touch: b.b@welcome.to
Details and latest news: http://www.welcome.to/b.b

P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum is a virtual institution, founded and directed by Tadej Pogacar. This mobile entity exists as a parallel and dislocated space that seeks hosts in order to localise its structure. Through interactions, installations and urban interventions the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum explores the hidden or the overlooked and creates platforms to expose and celebrate diverse positions. See http://www.parasite-pogacar.si for more information and pastprojects.

Since 2000, B+B have developed a discursive curatorial practice which supports artists and their collaborators in situations ranging from residencies and community-based projects to acts of consultation and activism. Until September 2003, B+B are in residence at the Austrian Cultural Forum. B+B's office, archive and meeting room at the ACF are designed in collaboration with Office Monkeys Greg Epps and Samson Adjei.
see also past residencies at ACF:


10. Ken Friedman, FF Alumn, announces free digital version of Fluxus Performance Workbook, now online

Performance Research has released a free digital edition of the long unavailable Fluxus Performance Workbook, a collection of short performance works and event scores by over forty artists.

The first examples of what were to become Fluxus event scores date back to John Cage's famous class at The New School where artists such as George Brecht, Al Hansen, Allan Kaprow, and Dick Higgins began to create art works and performances in musical form. One of these forms was the event. Events tend to be scored in brief verbal notes known as event scores. In a general sense, they are proposals, propositions, and instructions for different kinds of actions.

To accompany a special Fluxus issue of Performance Research, Ken Friedman, Owen Smith, and Lauren Sawchyn edited a fortieth anniversary edition of the Fluxus Performance Workbook. The workbook is now available in a free electronic edition. This book can be viewed on-line or downloaded. The download is a .pdf file that can also be printed.

This expanded and updated edition of the Workbook contains scores by George Brecht, Jean Dupuy, Dick Higgins, Joe Jones, Bengt af Klintberg, Milan Knizak, George Maciunas, Larry Miller, Nam June Paik, Mieko Shiomi, Robert Watts, and many more.

It is our intention to share this edition freely. Please copy it and pass it along as you wish.

To get a copy of the Workbook, go to URL:


Then, go to the line reading:

Click here to view [or download] a printable PDF version of the Workbook

And follow the instructions on the next line:

to download and save the document, right-click (PC) or control-click
(Mac) the link above and choose 'Save target as...'

If site traffic is too great, please try later.

For information on the special Fluxus issue of Performance Research, go to URL:


And click on the line reading:

On Fluxus - PR 7:3 (September 2002)

On Fluxus
Performance Research Volume 7, Number 3 (2002)
Issue Editors: Ric Allsopp, Ken Friedman and Owen Smith


11. Cary Peppermint, FF Alumn, at Bronx River Art Center, May 24, 3 pm

Cary Peppermint - Conductor Number Seventeen V4.0
Bronx River Art Center
Saturday May 24, 2003 at 3:00pm

Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) is pleased to present Performance Artist Cary Peppermint as he presents a full version release of "Conductor Number Seventeen Version 4.0" the latest in his ongoing series of performances or "Technolectures" currently incorporating Jai Cha (an unprofessional dancer with a professional agenda) and CN-17 SPORTSWEAR by designer Eriko Tamura.

Conductor Number Seventeen V4.0 is Cary Peppermint's most recent version in a continuing series of multi-media performances first conceived by the artist for "PORT", a pioneering exhibition of new media technologies and online strategies initiated by Artnetweb at the MIT List Visual Arts Center in January of 1997. Peppermint's Conductor performances deal directly and brazenly with issues of mediation by incorporating live video/surveillance technology that requires viewers to observe in simultaneity the actual performance event and the real-time (live) approximation of that event. In Conductor performances Peppermint engages multiple technologies to deliver his own discourse of spoken language and techno music that he terms "Technolectures." Through both high & low technologies including halogen work-lamps, laptop computers, and even a ukulele, Peppermint questions the effectiveness and potential of the "live" performer.

Past performances have included varied performance-art "improv-sessions" including Peppermint conducting his Technolectures from the confines of a pine-box for Conductors Number One and Nine to sealing himself off completely in a 14' by 14' room for "Conductor Number Zero."

Peppermint lives in New York where he consistently disseminates his work through an independent website of information-art called "Restlessculture.net" (http://www.restlessculture.net/). Peppermint's work has been supported by cutting edge institutions such as The Franklin Furnace. He has exhibited internationally in festivals and centers of contemporary art, such as Osnabrück's European Media Art Festival, Walker Art Center's first major survey of internet art, "Beyond Interface" and The Whitney Museum of Art's "Artport." Peppermint's performances have taken place at The Kitchen, Postmaster's Gallery, ISEA and recently at the Center for Contemporary Art in

Travel Directions: Train: IRT #2 or 5 TO east Tremont Ave. Walk one
block East. Bus: #'s 9, 21, 36, 40, 42, or Q44 to East Tremont Avenue
and Boston Road. Car: Bruckner Expressway to the Sheridan Expressway and
exit at Tremont Ave. or Cross Bronx Expressway to Rosedale Avenue exit.

Contact: Carl Eckhoff (718) 589-5819


12. Whitney Independent Study Program Open Studios through June 1

Whitney Independent Study Program Open Studios through June 1
100 Lafayette Street, 5th and 6th Floor
Gallery Hours
May 24 + 25, 1 -6 pm
May 31 + June 1, 1 -6 pm


13. Lily Tomlin, FF Alumn, wins Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

Lily Tomlin, FF Alumn, will receive this year's Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. The award will be bestowed on October 26th in Washington, D.C.



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