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Contents for March 3, 2010
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1. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, at Hostos, The Bronx, March 11
2. koosil-Ja, FF Alumn, at Dance Theater Workshop, Manhattan, Mar. 3-6
3. Canyon Sam, FF Alumn, at Tibet House, Manhattan, March 3, and more
4. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, at Gerhard-Marcks-Haus, Bremen, Germany, opening March 7
5. Doug Beube, FF Alumn, at Verge Art Fair, opening March 4
6. Diana Heise, FF Alumn, launches new website
7. Paul Lamarre, Melissa Wolf (EIDIA), FF Alumns, at Plato’s Cave, Brooklyn, opening March 6
8. Terry Dame & Electric Junkyard Gamelan, FF Alumns, March-April events
9. Ida Applebroog, FF Alumn, at Artbook@Independent, Manhattan, March 4
10. Alicia Grullon, FF Alumn, at Jamaica Center for Art and Learning, April 10
11. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Judson Church, Manhattan, March 25
12. Ken Aptekar, FF Alumn, at James Graham & Sons Gallery, Manhattan, opening March 11
13. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at The SITE Festival, Brooklyn, March 7, and more
14. X-Cheerleaders, FF Alumns, at Abrons Art Center, Manhattan, March 11-13
15. Annie Sprinkle, FF Alumn, in Vienna, Austria, March 4-13
16. Stephanie Brody-Lederman, FF Alumn, in The New York Times, March 1
17. Laurie Anderson, FF Alumn, at Rubin Museum of Art, Manhattan, March 6
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1. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, at Hostos, The Bronx, March 11

Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture and the Bronx Council on the Arts presents Half and Half, A March 11th Panel Discussion at Hostos Community College

Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture and the Bronx Council on the Arts presents Half and Half, a four-person panel focusing on the construction of Dominican and Haitian national identities, taking into consideration their dismissal of each other’s presence on the same Caribbean island. Hosted and moderated by Nicolas Dumit Estevez, this panel discussion will take place at 6:00pm sharp on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at the Longwood Arts Gallery at Hostos Community College (450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street). Admission is free and all are welcome.

This panel consists of two Dominicans and two Haitians: Diógenes Abreu, author of Perejil; Vladimir Cybil Charlier, artist; Sandy Plácido, activist; and Miriam Neptune, activist and filmmaker. Half and Half offers the speakers and those present the opportunity to discuss and reflect on one of the most controversial situations today in terms of race, ethnicity, politics and the legacy of colonialism in the Americas.

This panel will serve as a fundraiser for Haiti.
All of the proceeds collected during the event will be donated to Seeds for Haiti.

Selected materials from the video-photographic documentation created by Sol Aramendi for Borderless in the Dominican Republic and New York City, plus Estevez’s television appearances in the Dominican Republic will be projected during the evening. A transcription of the panel will be printed as a booklet to be shared with a wider audience. This material will later serve as the conceptual basis for upcoming art workshops to be implemented with Dominican, Haitian, Dominican-Haitian and Haitian-Dominican participants in Guayubín, the town in the Dominican Republic where most of Estevez’s paternal family resides.

About Borderless
From 2008 until the present, Estevez has been journeying from his home in the South Bronx to his birthplace in Santiago de los Treinta Caballeros, Dominican Republic in order to trace and confirm any connection that he or his family may possibly have to the neighboring Republic of Haiti. Estevez goes to great lengths to prove what most Dominicans would prefer to bury as deeply as possible: any relationship with their neighbors.

Borderless is presented with support from Art Matters, Printed Matter and supported in part by the Ford Foundation, JPMorgan Chase and South West Airlines through a grant from the NALAC Fund for the Arts. Half and Half is presented with the generous support of The Bronx Council on the Arts.

For more information, e-mail indioclaro@hotmail.com or indio_oscuro@live.com. For a related Q & A between Linda Mary Montano and Nicolas Dumit Estevez, visit http://lindamarymontano.blogspot.com/2010/02/interview-between-linda-mary-montano.html.

Note: An upcoming Borderless Talk at Proyecto Luz /Conversatorio sobre Borderless en Proyecto Luz is scheduled for Sunday, March 28, 2010, at 6:00pm. The address is 45-10 Davis Street Long Island City, NY 11101.

Directions to Hostos: Hostos Community College is located at 450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street in the Bronx. Transportation: #2, #4 & #5 IRT trains and Bx1 & Bx19 bus to Grand Concourse and 149 Street. The Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos is wheelchair accessible. For additional information, call 718-518-6728

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2. koosil-Ja, FF Alumn, at Dance Theater Workshop, Manhattan, Mar. 3-6

koosil-Ja/danceKUMIKO
Blocks of Continuality/Body, Image, and Algorithm

www.dancetheaterworkshop.org/koosilja

Wednesday - Sunday
Mar 3 - 6 at 7:30pm

Dance Theater Workshop
219 W. 19th Street
New York, New York 10011

Tickets $15

BOX OFFICE 212.924.0077

Blocks of Continuality/Body, Image, and Algorithm

The work is an onstage laboratory for experimenting with digital media and Live Processing, a performance technique for creating new movement for each audience in real time using multiple video sources.

The work consists of three parts. Part 1, Movement Research, explores the Live Processing technique. Part 2, Technical Break and Calibration, exposes the technology behind Part 3. In Part 3, Slum, the dancers use their movements from Part 1 to interact with 3D avatars in a virtual world while a musician meditates, his brain waves tapping the wall of Dance Theater Workshop.

The work is created by Robert Ramirez (3D engine programmer and performer), David Or (3D production manager and brain wave program operator), Geoff Matters (music composer and media advisor), Melissa Guerrero, Ava Heller, and Elise Knudson (dancers), Janelle Miau, Seun Shogunro, Alex Kao, Peter Blanco, Alexandra Zedalis, Kara Frame, Will Wu, and Brain Real (3D avatar, object, and environment creators), Stephan Moore (programmer and engineer of the Brain Wave Sound Project), Enrico Wey (installation engineer), Geoff Gersh (musician and brain wave performer), Joshua Goldberg (interactive programmer), Jane Shaw and Will Knapp (lighting and production manager), Madeline Best (stage manager), and Koosil-ja (dance, music, song, visuals, and digital media).

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3. Canyon Sam, FF Alumn, at Tibet House, Manhattan, March 3, and more

Greetings from the University of Washington Press!

I am writing to let you know about a wonderful program featuring a University of Washington Press author, Canyon Sam, that will be taking place at New York City's Tibet House on March 3 at 7 p.m. Canyon will be reading from her memoir, Sky Train, in which she uncovers the lives of four remarkable Tibetan women while finding a new sense of faith and acceptance about Tibet's changes.

Canyon was recently a guest on The Diane Rehm Show (you can listen to this great interview here: http://wamu.org/programs/dr/10/02/23.php#29478) and her wonderful book has been reviewed by Publishers Weekly, San Francisco Chronicle, and other great publications -- to see more of her reviews, please go to:

http://booktour.com/author/canyon_sam#add-clipping

Thank you so much for your time and please feel free to share this event with your friends and colleagues!

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4. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, at Gerhard-Marcks-Haus, Bremen, Germany, opening March 7

SOCKEL
Das Fundament der Kunst - Die Skulptur und ihr Sockel in der Moderne // 07.03.2010 - 30.05.2010 (the base of art - sculpture and the socle in the modernity) // march 7th 2010 - may 30th 2010

opening march 7th 11.30 am

exhibition with works of:
Franz von Stuck, Auguste Rodin, Jean Arp, Alberto Giacometti, Joan Miro,
Heinz Mack, Jean Tinguely, Stefanie Trojan, Daniel Spoerri, A.R. Penck,
Markus Lüpertz, Wim Delvoye, Stephan Balkenhol, Silvie Fleury, Mark Dion,
Erwin Wurm, Jonathan Meese, Timm Ulrichs, etc.

Gerhard-Marcks-Haus
Am Wall 208
28195 Bremen
Tel:0421-327200

catalog:
11/2009
DAS FUNDAMENT DER KUNST - HEILBRONN, STÄDTISCHE MUSEEN - Die Skulptur und
ihr Sockel in der Moderne. Katalog hrsg. von Dieter Brunner, Marc Gundel
u.a. Heilbronn u.a.O. 2009/10. 4to. 160 S. mit 150 farb., teils ganzseit.
Abb., Ppbd.
http://www.buchhandlung-walther-koenig.de/cat/das_fundament_in_der_kunst/pid
_170000000000776137.aspx

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5. Doug Beube, FF Alumn, at Verge Art Fair, opening March 4

Artist Meeting is pleased to announce that Artists Meeting Art Machine will be included in the 2010 Verge Art Fair in New York. The Verge Art Fair has a preview opening Thursday March 4th at 6pm. The fair will run March 5th, 6th and 7th from noon until 8pm. The Verge Art Fair is being held at the Dylan Hotel, 52 East 41st Street, NY,NY 10017

Curator: Maddy Rosenberg

Participating Artists:

C Bangs, Doug Beube, Mary Hambleton, Karen Hamner, Barbara Houghton, Eva Lee, Donna Levinstone, Despo Magoni, Pamela Moore, John Noestheden, Carol Prusa, Eric Puybaret, Ilse Schreiber-Noll, Susan Schwalb, Ted Victoria

Special Appearance & Book Signing
by Judy Collins
Thursday, March 4, 5:30-7:30pm

Book launch of Over the Rainbow
Collaboration with artist Eric Puybaret

She might even sing…

Artist’s Reception
Thursday, March 25, 6-8pm

Panel Discussion: Reconstructing the Cosmos
C Bangs, Denton Ebel, Ari Maller, Greg Matloff
Thursday, April 8, 6:30 pm

Maddy Rosenberg
Executive Director/Curator
Central Booking
111 Front St., Gallery 210
Brooklyn, NY 11201
347-731-6559
www.CentralBookingNYC.com

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6. Diana Heise, FF Alumn, launches new website

dear all.

after some time of stalling, my website has just been completed and i would like to share the recent work with you.
the link is http://www.dianaheise.com.
hope all is wonderful with you.

cheers, Diana

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7. Paul Lamarre, Melissa Wolf (EIDIA), FF Alumns, at Plato’s Cave, Brooklyn, opening March 6

Anthony McCarty, at EIDIA House, Plato's Cave, Williamsburg, opening Mar. 6, RSVP http://www.eidia.com/

March 6, 2010 to April 2, 2010
Reception Saturday, March 6, 2010, 6 – 8pm (RSVP)

EIDIA House
14 Dunham Place
Basement Left
Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211
646 945 3830 / eidiahouse@earthlink.net / http://www.eidia.com/ By appointment only, 1-6pm Tuesday – Saturday

The third invited artist for the Plato's Cave series, Anthony McCarty creates in situ installation and unique limited edition print entitled "i".

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8. Terry Dame & Electric Junkyard Gamelan, FF Alumns, March-April events

Wednesday, March 3rd, 9:30pm
Scope Art Show Opening Party
Boom Boom Room
The Standard Hotel
848 Washington St.
NY, NY

Friday, March 5th, 11:30pm(ish)
Rubulad
338 Flushing Ave.
Williamsburg,Bkln
Great all night party with 5 rooms of live music, DJ's, dancing, art and local weirdo flavor.

Sunday, March 7th, 8:3pm
Rose Live Music
w/Ken Butler & Clifton Hyde
345 Grand St.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
www.liveatrose.com

Saturday, March 20th, 8pm
Barbes
376 Ninth St
Brooklyn
www.barbesbrooklyn.com/

Friday, April 9th @8pm
Common Grounds Coffee House
Downtown Music Series
First Unitarian Society of Westchester
25 Old Jackson Ave, Hastings On Hudson, NY
914-693-1065
www.westchesteruu.org

Wednesday, April 14th@9:30am
Littleville Elementary School
Huntington, MA (my hometown!)

Thursday, April 22nd @8pm
Earth Day Celebration
Galapagos Art Space
16 Main St. DUMBO,Brooklyn
http://www.galapagosartspace.com

Friday, April 23rd, 7:30pm
Catskill Arts Center
48 Main Street
Livingston Manor, NY
www.catskillartsociety.org

Sunday, April 25rd, 10am
Some Kind of Jam 5 Music Festival
Schuulkill Haven, PA
www.jibberjazz.com/skoj5.html

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9. Ida Applebroog, FF Alumn, at Artbook@Independent, Manhattan, March 4

D.A.P. & ARTBOOK@INDEPENDENT
INVITE YOU TO JOIN

IDA APPLEBROOG
CELEBRATING HER NEW BOOK

MONALISA
PUBLISHED BY HAUSER & WIRTH

THURSDAY, MARCH 4TH AT 5PM

ARTBOOK@INDEPENDENT
548 WEST 22ND STREET AT 11TH AVENUE
NEW YORK CITY

WWW.ARTBOOK.COM
WWW.INDEPENDENTNEWYORK.COM

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10. Alicia Grullon, FF Alumn, at Jamaica Center for Art and Learning, April 10
Revealing New York: The Disappearance of Other
April 10, 2010
1 pm to 4 pm
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
161-04 Jamaica Ave
Jamaica, NY 11432

Alicia Grullon will be presenting Revealing New York: The Disappearance of Other, as part of the Jamaica Flux '10, Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows, a project of Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL).

Alicia is interested in the affect place has on identity, the politics of living and the body as word. Her projects consist of performances and photography in public spaces where everything accidental and local become setting and character. She uses masks in order to become invisible thus making her more visible to people who would otherwise disregard her presence because she is a woman of color.

Revealing New York: The Disappearance of Other is the second sequel to her Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art project An Auto-ethnographic Study: The Bronx. The first sequel was held in 2008 for Art in Odd Places:Pedestrian in Manhattan. The artist's work highlights the effects of the city's transformation by covering her face with clippings and media associated with housing changes occurring in New York City. These changes bring revitalization but in some cases displacement, devastation, and anonymity. Engaging different people from all economic and cultural backgrounds, the project asks the question of how housing development changes the city's demographics as well as its landscape. For Jamaica Flux, Alicia will focus on the foreclosure crisis affecting Queens.

Alicia has exhibited at Mount Holyoke College’s Five College Women’s Studies Research Center, Raritan Community College, Masur Museum of Art, the Peekskill Arts Festival, Samuel Dorsky Museum at the State University of New York at New Paltz, Hunter College Gallery, The Point Community Center, Lower East Side Festival of the Arts and The University of Rhode Island. Awards include: Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art 2007-08, Chashama Visual Arts Award, and Arts Council Korea International Artist Residency at Stone and Water Gallery in Anyang, South Korea. Alicia’s work has appeared in The World Journal of Post-Factory Photography, and ICP at the Point.

Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows, a project of Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL), is a site-specific, public art exhibition that is mounted approximately every three years with the intention of using the urban environment as a studio and exhibition space. The project includes the commission, creation, and exhibition of site-specific projects, which are installed at a variety of locations along Jamaica Avenue, including banks, mall lobbies, stores, restaurants, street corners, parks, and other public spaces.

This work was made possible, in part, by the Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art, supported by the Jerome Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Please contact Alicia for more information at (347) 829-4321 or acgrullon@gmail.com. For more on her work go to: www.aliciagrullon.com. For more information on Jamaica Flux call (718) 658-7400 or info@jcal.org

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11. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Judson Church, Manhattan, March 25

I will emcee and perform with my new band FIASCO
Please help support the work of Street Pictures.
Our fiscal sponsor is Fractured Atlas. Every little bit helps!

Dear FRIENDS

This March is the 99 year anniversary of the infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in which 146 young immigrant workers were killed just one block east of Washington Square Park. We commemorate this event by hitting the streets again with CHALK!

Each year on the anniversary of the fire participants fan out across the city to inscribe in chalk the names & ages of the victims in front of their former homes.

Join us!

If you would like to participate drop me a line. Let me know if there is a particular name or address that you would like to Chalk. I'll do my best to honor all requests.

You can help spread the word on Chalk by forwarding this email.

See you in the streets!

Want to know what else is happening for the anniversary of the fire??
Read on below!

Remember the Triangle Fire Coalition

Thursday, March 25
6:30 - 8:30P
Judson Church
Free - all are welcome

MC Annie Lanzillotto and her band Fiasco will guide a sneak peek of exciting new performance works and other news on what's in store for the Triangle Fire Centennial in 2011.

Impossible Country - a play on contemporary asylum seekers by Mud/Bone

Labor of Love - a play with music by JoAnn Robertozzi
Triangle - a puppet opera by Patrick Keppel & Bradley Kemp
Soliloquy for a Seamstress - a one person play by LuLu LoLo
Triangle: From the Fire - an oratorio & dance/theater piece by Elizabeth Swados & Cecilia Rubin
Libations donated by Jimmy's No. 43
Please RSVP.

Workers United Commemoration at the Brown Building
Thursday, March 25
11:30 - Music
12 noon - Commemoration
Washington Place & Greene Street
(one block east of Washington Square Park)
Free - all are welcome

Join the union that's been fighting the good fight. Every year Workers United hosts the commemoration of the fire at the building that housed the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. If you've never been to the ceremony - you don't want to miss it!

lanzillotto@gmail.com
ruth@streetpictures.org.
Street Pictures | PO Box 861 | New York | NY | 10013

forse sogniamo quasi abbastanza....
perhaps we dream nearly enough...

www.annielanzillotto.com
www.i-italy/bloggers/icewoman

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12. Ken Aptekar, FF Alumn, at James Graham & Sons Gallery, Manhattan, opening March 11

Ken Aptekar: Recent Portraits
March 11 - April 17

Opening reception Thursday, March 11, 6-8PM

James Graham & Sons Gallery
32 East 67th Street (btwn Park & Madison)
New York, NY 10065

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13. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at The SITE Festival, Brooklyn, March 7, and more

Joshua Fried's RADIO WONDERLAND at The SITE Festival, Bushwick, Brooklyn, Mar. 7 and at The Warper Party, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Mar. 10.

"The Art of One", Arts in Bushwick SITE Festival Closing Salon Party

Page Not Found / 76 Jefferson St., Bushwick, Brooklyn Sunday, March 7, 7 PM 12 AM, $5

SITE Festival Closing Party curated by Lily Maase and Joe Che. Stop by post-festival for delicious cocktails, curiously staged solo performances, participatory art and sound projects, and late-night dancing courtesy of RADIO WONDERLAND and the fantabulous Cosmo D.

The WARPER Party 4 Year Anniversary Blowout!

The Knitting Factory / 361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Wednesday, March 10, 8pm, FREE

Live Music from 8pm sharp 17+ electronic music performers including Joshua Fried's RADIO WONDERLAND. There will be projected Images, Workshops, and Interactive Art too.

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14. X-Cheerleaders, FF Alumns, at Abrons Art Center, Manhattan, March 11-13

The WANTED: X-Cheerleaders
Jody Oberfelder, Jule Jo Ramirez, Lynn Neuman, Cydney Pullman, Kim Irwin
ARE BACK!!!!
to do a very short, irreverent performance

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MlGjvD49cE
http://x-cheerleaders.com/

as part of
Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects
HEADS or TALES
March 11-13, 2010 at 8pm
Abrons Art Center
www.henrystreet.org
466 Grand Street
New York City
(212) 598-0400

An eccentric retrospective celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects, this fairy tale-like journey careens from the epic to mundane and from operatic to ordinary with acrobatic physicality, emphasizing the connections and stories of our lives. Heads or Tales will not be a superhero blockbuster or a romantic comedy. However, the work is an amalgam of the past and present weaving together a philosophical narrative. Dances to be re-visited include excerpts from Oberfelder’s raucous Head First, a crash helmet dance, and the tender Rock Me Mama danced by new mothers and their babies, along with original cast members and their now-teenage children. Also featured are the hilarious and perky X-Cheerleaders, the fantastical The Story Thus Far (based on Grimm Fairy Tales), and clips of Dido & Aeneas.

Thursday's show will be a gala performance to benefit Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects.
$20, $15 students and seniors
$150 Gala seating and reception
$250 Gala seating, reception, invitation to open rehearsal, and DVD
BUY TICKETS >>:
https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/702905
see Webisode #1 on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpvdaXXNI-E

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=475519075331

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15. Annie Sprinkle, FF Alumn, in Vienna, Austria, March 4-13

Franklin Furnace Alumn Annie Sprinkle and her partner/collaborator Elizabeth Stephens go to Vienna, Austria and paint the town green and get real ecosexy.

We are sexecologists, Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, and we will present a series of events at Europe's premiere feminist theater, the Kosmos.
March 4--- Assuming the Ecosexual Position: Adventures of the Love Art Laboratory. Visiting artist presentation. Informal presentation about our herstory and projects with some mini performances.

March 5/6--Dirty Sexecology: 25 Ways to Make Love to the Earth. This is our full-on new theater piece. Don’t miss it! Two nights only. "What happens when two hot mamas embrace the Earth as their lover? They come out of the closet as ‘ecosexual’ and share intimate coming out stories about when nature turned them on. The Earth is in crisis, so Beth sings her heart out to help stop environmental destruction and Annie does a nude ballet for the Earth in all her big woman glory. Learn what sexecologists do, and how to talk dirty to plants. By making love in the dirt, these gals hope to make the environmental movement more sexy and fun. This dynamic duo is living "green" like you will not see on TV, and they just might save our planet."

March 11. Violence and Sexism in Art. We will present on a panel with the German grand dame of feminism, Alice Schwarzer and Vienna's minister of women's affairs, and others.
March 13. We will be performing feminist psychic readings as florescent purple psychics at the Kosmos Theater’s Anniversary Celebration Extravaganza, along with dozens of other incredible artists. Our piece is inspired by Linda M. Montano's art/life tarot readings.

For more information, see www.loveartlab.org For tickets and theater information: http://www.kosmostheater.at/

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16. Stephanie Brody-Lederman, FF Alumn, in The New York Times, March 1

The New York Times, March 1, 2010

Dear Diary:
Coming into the United States at Newark Liberty International Airport in early January, while going through customs, I overheard this conversation between a customs agent and a wiry man of medium height.

Immigration agent: "What is your occupation?"
Wiry Man: "I am an artist, a writer and a man about town."
The man was stopped for further questioning.
Stephanie Brody-Lederman

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17. Laurie Anderson, FF Alumn, at Rubin Museum of Art, Manhattan, March 6

Laurie Anderson, FF Alumn, at Rubin Museum of Art, Manhattan, March 6, 6:0 pm. For details please visit rmanyc.org

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