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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
April 7, 2004

CONTENTS:
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1. Lady Pink, FF Alumn, wins Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance's Woman of the Year
2. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at Harvestworks, April 12, 7 pm
3. RENO, FF Alumn, mourns the passing of her pet pooch Lucy
4. Marcus Young, FF Alumn, at Intermedia Art, Minneapolis, May 7-June 20
5. Beth Anderson-Harold, FF Alumn, CD release at Tower Records, April 24, 2 pm
6. Ken Butler, FF Alumn, at Bowery Poetry Club, April 17th, 11:59 pm
7. Nicolás Dumit Estévez at Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, The Bronx, April 10
8. C. Carr, Karen Finley, John Fleck, Holly Hughes, William Pope.L, Tim Miller, Sapphire, FF Alumns, at NYU Forum, April 15
9. Peter Cramer/Jack Waters, Irina Danilova, Dyke Action Machine, FF Alumns, at Judson Church, April 15
10. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, at Passerby, NY, April 8, 6-8 pm
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1. Lady Pink, FF Alumn, wins Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance's Woman of the Year

Lady Pink was named the "BAAD! ASS WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2004" by BAAD, The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance. This 70-seat performance/workshop space/gallery is dedicated to presenting cutting edge and challenging works by emerging, evolving and established artists who are women, people of color and/or from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Lady Pink received the award in a ceremony held on Saturday April 3rd at BAAD!'s headquarters, 841 Barretto Street in the Bronx, 718-842-5223.

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2. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at Harvestworks, April 12, 7 pm

Dear People--
In a week and a half, a week from next Monday that is, Harvestworks will premiere my new piece...MUSIC FOR ROBOTS played by the robots of LEMUR -- New York's League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots.

Underwritten by the American Composers Forum with funds provided by Jerome Foundation.

Monday, April 12, 2004 7pm
Harvestworks
596 Broadway, Suite 602
NYC (between Houston and Prince)
tel. 212.431.1130
Admission FREE, show time less than 1 hour.

There will be a question-and-answer session afterwards, and some of the robot-builders will be on hand. Music For Robots is written for GuitarBot and Modbots, computer-controlled mechanical instruments created by the NYC instrument-making collective LEMUR. GuitarBot is a self-playing 4-string electric slide guitar, with moveable bridge, plucker and damper, all robotic of course. ModBots are a changeable collection of percussion instruments. These robots actually pluck, slide, bang and scrape all by themselves. They look like machines, not humanoid movie-style robots. Some composers look at the robots and want to jam with them, or use a computer program to generate a score in real-time. My approach is a bit different. I'm writing the best music I can in advance. On the 12th, assuming all goes well, we will just sit there at Harvestworks while the 'bots play, perhaps wondering, "Is this really live? Is it Okay? Do we clap?" Maybe the questions won't matter by the end but I really don't know. When the guitar strings are buzzing independently with patterns as complex or simple as I care to make them, and the ModBots blipping and banging sometimes in their own metrical universe, it's rather exciting, if I may say so. This piece is the result of a large commissioning grant from American Composers Forum with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. You can see and hear my first robot piece, EMERGENCY BOT (now the first movement of the suite) on LEMUR's site, at http://lemurbots.org/audiovideo.html

More about the robots can be found at http://lemurbots.org. You can also contact publicist Gayle Snible (gayle@lemurbots.org) at 212.206.0682. I'd like to mention also that I realize that many of you are far away. I don't expect anyone to fly out to see me, but I wanted you to know what I'm up to.

Thanks for reading.
Joshua Fried
http://composer.home.acedsl.com/

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3. RENO, FF Alumn, mourns the passing of her pet pooch Lucy

Friends, I need to tell those of you who have been tickled and touched by Lucy over the years that she drew her last breath on this Earth this past Saturday, April 27th at six in the morning. We've started a slide show of her on my website, citizenreno.com. I'm having a hard time not wailing, but I guess that's okay. It'll be ridiculous to do shows without her, but Lucy wanted Bush to lose bad, so we're gonna keep working. Reno
WEDNESDAYS IN APRIL 7:30pm NYC
Dixon Place @ THE MARQUEE
Tickets only $10 or TDF
Reservations: 212-219-0736 x106
356 Bowery (between Great Jones & E.4th St)
to benefit Dixon Place's capital fund building their own theatre!!

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4. Marcus Young, FF Alumn, at Intermedia Art, Minneapolis, May 7-June 20

The Big Idea Store
an art installation by Marcus Young

exhibits May 7 - June 20 at Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis

Project Description: "Think about something you understand until you don't understand it." This and other ideas will be on sale at the grand opening of The Big Idea Store, a conceptual shop where all ideas are only 5¢ a piece. The concepts of the store are inspired by the family-owned shops of small-town America and by tea houses and contemplative aesthetics of Far Eastern cultures. Customers remove their shoes upon entrance and are offered tea while they leisurely browse through rolodexes filled with thousands of ideas-great ones, borrowed ones, quirky as well as bad ones. The shopkeeper specializes in Get-Rich, Self-Help, and Fix-the-World ideas, and he buys the customers' new and used ideas too. Operating and visiting The Big Idea Store is the practice of thoughtfulness in daily life, quiet reflection, and the democratization of ideas.

Info: The Big Idea Store opens at the galleries of Intermedia Arts on May 7 and runs through June 20, noon to 5pm Monday thru Saturday. Intermedia Arts is 2822 Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis, 612-871-4444, www.intermediaarts.org. Admission is free.

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5. Beth Anderson-Harold, FF Alumn, CD release at Tower Records, April 24, 2 pm

April 24, 2004 SIGNING PARTY/PERFORMANCE AT TOWER RECORDS for the NEW CD

The Rubio String Quartet will perform three of my swales at Tower Records in the classical department (66th Street and Broadway, near Lincoln Center in New York City) at 2:00 PM on Saturday 4/24. I will be there too.

The purpose of this performance is a signing of my brand new New World CD, SWALES & ANGELS, and to try to sell a few. It is a beautiful CD.

If you know anyone that might like to buy some and get them signed, send them over to Tower. If they buy one between 2-3 PM that Saturday, we will all five sign it for them. It has the music from my Carnegie Hall concert on November 19th, 2003, including the PIANO CONCERTO, NEW MEXICO SWALE, all the string quartet swales and THE ANGEL.

This is a rare and wonderful event. If you're in town, I hope you can come by.

Beth Anderson-Harold| beand@interport.net | Composer
Interview: http://electro-music.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1529
Swales and Angels: Music of Beth Anderson the New World CD, just out 3/26/04

PEACHY KEEN-O, the new all-Beth Anderson CD on Pogus
To order: go to the Pogus website:
http://www.pogus.com/21030.html or go to http://www.amazon.com
or write Pogus, 50 Ayr Rd., Chester, NY 10918-2409.

My Web Site: http://www.beand.com/
New York Women Composers: http://www.ibiblio.org/nywc/index.html

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6. Ken Butler, FF Alumn, at Bowery Poetry Club, April 17th, 11:59 pm

Friends.......please come hear me with a great singer!

Ken Butler's Voices of Anxious Objects
with vocalist Sepideh Vahidi
The artist-musician and dazzling Iranian vocalist perform mesmerizing world textures and driving melodic grooves with passion and purpose on an amazing arsenal of amplified hybrid string instruments made from household objects and tools.

Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery
Sat. April 17th 11:59pm
http://www.bowerypoetry.com/

The Brooklyn Museum
Sun. April 18th 3pm free
http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/
(as part of Open House exhibition opening Friday the 16th)
(also look for my installation piece "Tilted Picnic" in the show)

Musical influences include Indian Raga, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern folk and classical music, Tango, Flamenco, and Roma Gypsy music mixed with a noisy "downtown" improv aesthetic all held together by a strong dose of African-American jazz, funk, and blues. Virtually indescribable and unclassifiable, Butler mixes high and low technologies and audio-visual antics to create an ancient / future art-music that forms a provoking cultural portrait of human adaptation and transformation.

"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, 9/95

KEN BUTLER is an artist and musician whose Hybrid musical instruments, performances, collage drawings, and installations explore the interaction and transformation of common and uncommon objects, altered images, sounds and silence. His works have been featured in numerous exhibitions and performances throughout the USA, Canada, and Europe including The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and Exit Art, Thread Waxing Space, The Kitchen, The Brooklyn Museum, Lincoln Center and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City as well as in South America, Thailand, and Japan. His works have been reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Artforum, Smithsonian, and Sculpture Magazine and have been featured on PBS, CNN, MTV, and NBC, including a live appearance on The Tonight Show. Awards include fellowships from the Oregon Arts Commisssion, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Ken Butler studied viola as a child and maintained an interest in music while studying visual arts in France, at Colorado College, and Portland State University where he completed his MFA in painting in 1977. He has performed with John Zorn, Laurie Anderson, Butch Morris, The Soldier String Quartet, Matt Darriau's Paradox Trio, The Tonight Show Band, and The Master Gnawa musicians of Morocco. His CD, Voices of Anxious Objects is on Zorn's Tzadik label. Works by Ken Butler are represented in public and private collections in Portland, Seattle, Vail, Los Angeles, Toronto, Montreal, Washington, and New York City including the permanent collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Website: http://www.mindspring.com/~kbhybrid/

SEPIDEH VAHIDI is an Iranian vocalist born in Tehran in 1966 currently living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She began her music lessons in the Music School of the Iranian National Radio and Television Center at the age of six. Sepideh had excellent exposure to many styles of music since her father was a radio producer and a friend of many musicians and singers. It was in those circles that she was introduced to traditional Persian music and classical Iranian poetry. After the 1979 revolution in Iran, all academic music classes were banned, especially for women. In 1986 Sepideh began taking private vocal lessons and studying traditional music with a number of famous Iranian traditional and folk singers, namely Parissa, Sima Bina, and others until 2002 when she emigrated to the United States. At that time, she was singing regularly with many Iranian musicians and especially with a Flamenco guitarist and an Oud player. This trio later formed the core of a larger band whose music was a modernized concept of Iranian classical music. As she was never allowed permission to publish music or have concerts, she performed only at several private parties. Since moving to the US in 2002, deprived of her band, she's been continuing her voice studies, taking classes to further her understanding of western music, and recording on computer.

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7. Nicolás Dumit Estévez at Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, The Bronx, April 10

Come and taste what New York Times art critic Holland Cotter dubbed a "spicy survey" and "art doing the stimulating work it was meant to do"!

"Sábado despampanante"
(Super Surreal Saturday)
Saturday, April 10, 2004, 5:30 to 9 p.m.
Closing Reception, Performance, and screening

Rehearsed - the first major solo exhibition of new and recent work by interdisciplinary artist Nicolás Dumit Estévez - and the group exhibition Post Plátano have been extended through April 10, 2004 with special closing-day programs on Saturday, April 10, 2004 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m with performances by Estévez and a screening of the film in progress The Krutch by Judith Escalona.

Saturday, April 10, 2004 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Project Room | Post Plátano with filmmaker Judith Escalona

The Krutch (work in progress), 2004, 16mm film transferred to video, black-and-white, sound, 24 minutes

Surreal, feature-length film about a Puerto Rican psychoanalyst with an identity problem. Written, directed by Escalona, with Jaime Sánchez as the notorious Dr. Guzman. Escalona and Sánchez will be present for questions and answers.

Saturday, April 10, 2004 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Main Gallery | Nicolás Dumit Estévez
Estévez will introduce two new works: the debut of Machete - based on early Latina vedettes - with live percussionist Luis Gamboa; and the launching of his presidential candidacy for the National Inefficiency Party ("El PIN"). Plus an all-night screening of the opening reception video Rehearsing shot by Manuel Acevedo.

Light refreshments will be served. This evening is sponsored by Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture.

Judith Escalona is Founder and President of the award-winning website Puerto Rico and the American Dream (www.prdream.com), Judith Escalona has worked in broadcast, cable and corporate television, producing and/or directing over fifty works of varying genres. She was project director in the construction of Starrett City Television, a television facility in Brooklyn. Sessions, a popular jazz and Latin jazz series she produced and directed, attracted musicians citywide to the studio for live jam sessions. A Poet's Visit, one of the first television series to feature urban poets, was also produced and directed by her. She recently completed the authorized translation of a popular Puerto Rican literary work by Luis López Nieves entitled Seva: The History of the First U.S. Invasion of the Island of Puerto Rico, May 1898. She was recently designated a "Distinguished Latina" by El Diario/La Prensa. Escalona teaches film and television production at The City College of the City University of New York.

Nicolás Dumit Estévez was born in Santiago de los Treinta Caballeros, Dominican Republic and lives and works in New York, New York. Rehearsed was organized by Edwin Ramoran, director, Longwood Arts Project, and features performances, interventions, installations, drawings, mixed media, photography, and video that intersect issues of cultural hybridity and gender. In the new work The Flag, the artist as a modern-day Betsy Ross or Maria Trinidad Sánchez has designed and sewn a new banner that combines elements of the U.S. flag with those of the Dominican Republic flag. During the run of the exhibition, Estévez completed a second version of the original design. Other works in the exhibition include collaborative projects with Manuel Acevedo, Elia Alba, María Alós, Luis Gamboa, Dale Ogasawara, and Reinaldo Sanguino. A brochure with an essay by Alanna Lockward is available in English and Spanish.

The group exhibition Post Plátano explores how contemporary artists dismantle, dissect, debunk, and challenge ethnic, racial, and sexual stereotypes of the Caribbean and Latin America. This exhibition includes new drawings, mixed media, and video by Jorge Aguirre and Michael Grabowski, Nicolás Dumit Estévez, Judith Escalona, Iliana Emilia García, Anaida Hernández, Juanita Lanzó-Guilbe, and Renzo Ortega. Michelle Echevarria, program coordinator, and Ramoran organized the Post Plátano.

Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos is a featured attraction on BCA's Bronx Culture Trolley and is located on the campus of Hostos Community College/CUNY, 450 Grand Concourse @ 149th Street, Bronx, NY 10451. Gallery Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and by appointment.

Public transportation: 2, 4, 5 express trains; Bx1 and Bx19 buses to 149th
Street/Grand Concourse.

Admission is free. The Gallery is wheelchair accessible. For more information, please visit us online at www.longwoodcyber.org or www.bronxarts.org or call us at (718) 401-6728.

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8. C. Carr, Karen Finley, John Fleck, Holly Hughes, William Pope.L, Tim Miller, Sapphire, FF Alumns, at NYU Forum, April 15

NEA 4 Reunite at NYU Forum, April 15

Karen Finley, John Fleck, Holly Hughes and Tim Miller Discuss Their Famous
Supreme Court Case and How it Affected the Arts in America

In 1990, the controversial work of a group of performance artists who received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts nearly resulted in the U.S. Government abolishing the agency. The artists - Karen Finley, John Fleck, Holly Hughes and Tim Miller - came to be known as the "NEA Four" and found themselves at the center of a national debate on what constitutes art and to what extent the state should support freedom of artistic expression. Six years after the June 26, 1998 Supreme Court decision, which ruled in favor of upholding the 1990 law requiring the NEA to consider standards of decency when giving out grants, the NEA 4 will gather for the first time to discuss whether art is more "decent" now, and how the ruling affects artists today.

This event is sponsored by the NYU Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (CSGS) and The Fales Library, and co-sponsored by the American Studies Program. It is free and open to the public. For more information, call 212-992-9545.
Thursday, April 15 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Rosenthal Pavilion, Kimmel Center for Student Life
New York University
60 Washington Square South, Tenth Floor.

Karen Finley, performance artist; professor of art and public policy, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
John Fleck, actor/performance artist
Holly Hughes, writer/performance artist
Tim Miller, dancer/performance artist; adjunct professor, UCLA
C. Carr, essayist and cultural historian
William Pope.L, visual and performance-theater artist; educator
Sapphire, poet/performance artist
Moderator: Marvin Taylor, Director, The Fales Library and Special Collections

Founded in fall 1999, the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at New York University conducts a broad interdisciplinary investigation of gender and sexuality as keys to understanding human experience. The center functions as a research institute and undergraduate academic program, crossing academic disciplines; bringing activists, artists, students, and scholars together; and examining the intersections of gender and sexuality with other social phenomena, such as race, religion, nation, ethnicity, and class.

The Fales Library is the primary special collections division at NYU and houses the Downtown New York Collection, which documents the downtown arts scene from 1974 to the present. The collection contains over 10,000 printed items and 4000 linear feet of archives. Included are the papers of David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong, Judson Memorial Church, ReproHistory, Mabou Mines, Micelangelo Signorile, Jay Blotcher, and many, many others.

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9. Peter Cramer/Jack Waters, Irina Danilova, Dyke Action Machine, FF Alumns, at Judson Church, April 15

stART@Judson continues to take on important current events with April Showers, a multi-disciplinary art & performance nuptial, celebrating marriage, unions, domestic partnership and divorce in the uncivil society with special presentations on the cutting edge of this current public debate. This one-night-only performance and weekend exhibition promises to be a creative exchange of vows and engaging, multi disciplinary ceremony. The date is set for Thursday, April 15th, the doors open at 7:00pm, and performances begin at 7:30pm. In addition, the show's visual and installation art works will remain on display during gallery hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 16 - 18, from 1:00pm - 6:00pm. Both the performance and the exhibition are FREE as well as refreshments. Judson Church is located at 55 Washington Square South (at Thompson St.).

DANCETUBE
Presents
Kamikaze Wedding or Hari Kari Marry
Movement by Brian Mc Phee & Peter Cramer.
Staging & sound collage by Peter Cramer
Performers- Justin Barrera, Peter Cramer, Brian McPhee, Wells Pollack, Carlo Quispe, Julie Tseselsky, Jack Waters.

Kamikaze Wedding or Hari Kari Marry is ritual spectacle meditation on the symbols of marriage ceremony- kiss, white dress, rice and rings.

DanceTube is a laboratory for the development of performative and plastic art, a collectively based movement-driven exchange of flow that is the basis for group expression through public performance and social activism. DanceTube is the experimental end of the New Burlesque. Dancetube is experimental not only in its extremism, but in that it is comprised of non-dancers and is collaboratively choreographed in an open workshop environment. Performances are orgiastic and organic. At times, Dancetube is orchestrated bedlam on stage. At other times it is meditative, concentrated movement. "A multi-threat crew of the finest ands, ifs or butts this new york hellhole has to offer.Historical, theoretical and political - but all they really want to do is get naked and sex it up." - Jack Waters & Peter Cramer

Peter Cramer & Jack Waters
Present
Black & White Study - The Dance (excerpt)
A duet of dance and 16mm film,
Black & White Study, 1990, created by Peter Cramer with Jack waters serves as the basis for
Black & White Study :The Dance, premiered at Danspace Project 1999 (see review by Jennifer Dunning NYTimes).
Using the matte box techniques it is a filmic splicing of our two bodies - a collage of heart mind and limb. It illustrates our "bare " bones approach to dance movement and the combining of different arts to illustrate our relationship as partners, lovers and friends.

Thursday, April 15, 2004.
7:30 pm
Judson Church Sanctuary,
55 Washington Square South, NYC.
April Showers will be Free and open to the public.
As part of stART's April Showers: A Multi-Disciplinary Art and Performance Nuptial celebrating marriage, union, and divorce in the uncivil millennium.
http://www.judson.org/start.html
stART@Judson continues to take on important current events with April Showers, celebrating marriage, unions, domestic partnership and divorce in the uncivil millennium with special presentations on the cutting edge of public debate. This one-night-only performance and weekend exhibition promises to be a creative exchange of vows and thought-provoking ceremony. The date is set for Thursday, April 15th, the doors open at 7:00pm, and performances begin at 7:30pm. In addition, the show's visual and installation art works will remain on display during gallery hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 16 - 18, from 1:00pm - 6:00pm. Both the performance and the exhibition are FREE and open to the general public. Judson Church is located at 55 Washington Square South (at Thompson St.).
Following last year's standing-room-only successes, WAR CULTURE and BREAKING NEWS, artists from all disciplines - performance, dance, music, theatre, video, spoken word, visual art, and more address the political, social, or private forces behind Marriage (gay, straight, or otherwise) of convenience, necessity or desire in today's divisive culture.
The rites/rights of wedlock, sacred to some and oppressive to others, encompass a host of emotional and political issues including sexual freedom, definition of family, financial security, healthcare, and immigration, to name a few. Recent judicial, legislative and executive actions - the Defense of Marriage Act, the striking down of anti-sodomy laws, marriage incentive programs for welfare recipients, and the president's constitutional amendment banning gay marriage - promise to make wedded bliss an election year controversy.
Featured in April Showers are the diverse performance talents of Julie Atlas Muz, Stephan Smith, Cramer & Waters/DanceTube, Missy Galore, Peter Sciscioli, Catherine Hourihan/Tilt Performance, Alice Gallagher, and Gabriel Shank's Creative Mechanics; video screenings from Janene Knox, Mari Keiko Gonzalez, and Predrag Pajdic; engaging cartoons by Ward Sutton, Sabrina Jones, and James Jajac; as well as the visual and installation art of Dyke Action Machine, Nancy Otto, Lynne Miller, Irina Danilova & Hiram Levy; Pat Kaufman, Rebecca Major, Alice Garrard, Chris Schiavo, Patricia Lofgren, Josh Gosfield, Nancy Cohen, Charlie Welch, plus many more! Also, special guest appearance by the Love Everybody Movement, and the evening culminates in "15 Minutes of Citizenship" - an offering of concrete actions that every audience member can do in 15 minutes or less to make a difference in the battle for partnership rights.
Judson Memorial Church has a long tradition of providing a supportive outlet and venue for provocative art and outreach in times of crisis. stART is a multidisciplinary art series at Judson Church which presents free, public events that stand at the intersection of art, politics and spirituality. Each event focuses on a single contemporary issue in thoughtful, complex ways through visual art, music, dance, video, spoken word, multi-media performance and more. With the collision of different art forms, stART is a modern-day salon on the grand scale, giving voice to artists who address the concerns affecting everyone's lives.
Last year, stART got going with two standing-room-only performance parties, WAR CULTURE and BREAKING NEWS, featuring more than 50 artists and over 1,200 people in attendance. These spirited, high-energy evenings took on important topical ideas: war as a cultural force and the madness of today's media circus, respectively, with a variety of voices from many different viewpoints and mediums. Lively conversation (and complimentary beer & wine) flowed freely throughout these evenings, and audiences continued to enjoy the artwork during gallery hours over each weekend. Next up: VOTE/COUNT, an artistic exposé on our national election (Oct. '04).

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10. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, at Passerby, NY, April 8, 6-8 pm

Thursday, 8th April, 6-8
David Perry
New Paintings, curated by James Fuentes
8th - 17th April
Performance by Stefanie Trojan, 6-8

Passerby
436 West 15th Street
passerby@passerby.biz

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