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Contents for March 22, 2011
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1. Carl Andre, John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, John Cage, Gilbert and George, Dan Graham, Barbara Kruger, Sol Le Witt, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, Pat Steir, Richard Tuttle, FF Alumns, at International Print Center New York, Manhattan, thru May 28
2. Jessica Hagedorn, FF Alumn publishes new book
3. Sol LeWitt, FF Alumn, at the University of Texas at Austin
4. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, Brian O’Doherty, FF Alumns, in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, thru April 1
5. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, at The Refectory, Manhattan, March 26
6. Denise Green, FF Alumn, at Neue Galerie im Hoehmannhaus, Augsburg, Germany, thru April 3
7. Dara Birnbaum, FF Alumn, at Electronic Arts Intermix, Manhattan, March 30
8. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Temescal Arts Center, Oakland, CA, March 26
9. Kim Jones, Linda M. Montano, Howardena Pindell, FF Alumns, at Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, Manhattan, thru April 2
10. Ellen Lanyon, FF Alumn, receives purchase award, American Academy of Arts and Letters, and more
11. Joyce Cutler-Shaw, FF Alumn, at NYU, Manhattan, opening March 24
12. Louise Bourgeois, FF Alumn, at Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aires, thru June 19
13. Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens, FF Alumns, at St. Brigid’s Center for the Arts, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, March 26
14. Robbin Ami Silverberg, FF Alumn, at Stadtbibliothek Reutlingen, Germany, thru June 4
15. Linda Stein, FF Member, at Georgetown College, KY, thru April 7
16. Robert Galinsky, FF Alumn, at Bar Ten Eleven, Manhattan, April 20
17. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Washington Pl. at Greene St., Manhattan, March 25
18. RENO, FF Alumn, at Puffin Cultural Forum, Teaneck, NJ, March 25
19. Lynn Book, FF Alumn, at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC, March 31-April 1
20. Ron Littke, FF Alumn, now on PRX radio
21. Sherman Fleming, FF Alumn, now on vimeo.com and more
22. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, March news
23. Joseph Kosuth, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Gallery, Manhattan, opening March 29
24. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, now online at www.contemporaryperformance.com
25. Dahn Hiuni, FF Alumn, at SUNY College at Old Westbury, opening March 28
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1. Carl Andre, John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, John Cage, Gilbert and George, Dan Graham, Barbara Kruger, Sol Le Witt, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, Pat Steir, Richard Tuttle, FF Alumns, at International Print Center New York, Manhattan, thru May 28

Artists Collect: Prints from the Collections of Sol LeWitt, Kiki Smith, Philip Taaffe and Richard Tuttle
Curated by Harper Montgomery
Opening Reception: March 10, 6-8pm
On View: March 11 - May 28
A 10th ANNIVERSARY EVENT!

International Print Center New York presents Artists Collect: Prints from the Collections of Sol LeWitt, Kiki Smith, Philip Taaffe and Richard Tuttle, on view March 10 - May 28, 2011 in its gallery at 508 West 26th Street, Room 5A. An Opening Reception will be held at IPCNY on Thursday, March 10, 6-8 pm.

Artists Collect consists of fifty-four prints and books from the personal collections of four major artists. The exhibition includes work dating from 1558 to 2006, from sixteenth-century natural history books, to German Romanticist etchings, to Japanese woodblocks, Syrian relief prints, and work by contemporary printmakers such as John Baldessari, Jasper Johns and Terry Winters. The exhibition reflects the breadth of interests among the four lenders as well as the diversity within each artist’s collection.

In Ms. Montgomery’s words, "the idea for this exhibition is to display groups of printed things—high and low and from all periods and cultural traditions—that have been acquired by artists who are engaged in making prints themselves. I’d like to show as many aspects of how artists collect as possible: Artists who are systematic collectors, those who acquire things casually, trade with friends and colleagues, and/or collect historical objects and printed images that relate to their work in one way or another." An illustrated brochure with a curatorial essay will accompany the exhibiton.

Specifics of the works on view are as follows:

From the LeWitt Collection, prints by: William Anastasi, Carl Andre, John Baldessari, Gene Beery, Gilbert and George, Dan Graham, Barbara Kruger, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Robert Ryman, Pat Steir, Cy Twombly,Alan Uglow, Konishi Hirosada, Katasushika Hokusai, and Utagawa Yoshiiku.

From the collection of Kiki Smith, prints by: Franz West, Lee Bontecou, Louise Bourgeois, John Cage, Lesley Dill, Angus Ferhurst, Beka Goedde, Jasper Johns, Rachel Ostrow, Pablo Picasso, Joel Shapiro, Jacques Villon, Terry Winters and David Wojnarovicz.

From the collection of Philip Taaffe: a selection of anonymous Syrian relief prints; a selection of natural history books from the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries, by: Ulisse Aldrovandi, Jan Swammerdam, Pietro Andrea Matthioli, Conrad Gesner and Jan Jonston.

From the collection of Richard Tuttle, prints by: Josef Albers, Lovis Corinth, Albert Christoph Dies, Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich (Dietricy), Ludwig Emil Grimm, Konrad Hoff, Max Klinger, Carl Wilhelm Kolbe and Johann Anton Ramboux.

IPCNY is grateful to the artists, and to the the Estate of Sol LeWitt, who so generously loaned work for this exhibition.

Harper Montgomery received her Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Chicago. During the summer of 2010 she was a Fellow at the Stone Summer Theory Institute at the Art Institute of Chicago and her studies at the University of Chicago were supported by numerous fellowships. She was an assistant curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Book at The Museum of Modern Art between 1998 and 2003, and North American curator of the San Juan Poly/graphic Triennial in 2004. As a curator, she has commissioned projects by Daniel Joseph Martinez, Francis Alÿs, and Temporary Services, among other artists and groups. Ms. Montgomery co-curated IPCNY’s ¡Impresionante!:

Innovative Prints by Contemporary Puerto Rican Artists. She has written for InterReview, is a critic for Art Nexus, and currently lives in New York.

A grant from The Robert Lehman Foundation supports IPCNY’s exhibitions programming.

Sponsors of IPCNY’s 10th Anniversary Season are The Edward John Noble Foundation, Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation, The Felicia Fund, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, Hess Foundation, Charles S. Mott Foundation, Reed Foundation, Arthur Ross Foundation, and numerous individual donors.

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2. Jessica Hagedorn, FF Alumn publishes new book

Toxicology, a novel by Jessica Hagedorn, FF Alumn, will be released on April 14, 2011 by Penguin/Viking. To purchase and for more information please visit www.jessicahagedorn.net, or www.penguin.com

Thank you.

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3. Sol LeWitt, FF Alumn, at the University of Texas at Austin

SOL LEWITT'S CIRCLE WITH TOWERS ACQUIRED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
Sale triggers the inauguration of the Sol LeWitt Fund for Artists Work to support public art in New York City's Madison Square Park. The concrete block structure "Circle with Towers" by Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) has been purchased by Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin, from the Madison Square Park Conservancy in New York. "Circle with Towers" was originally commissioned by the Madison Square Park Conservancy and exhibited from June 1, 2005 to January 31, 2006 as part of Mad. Sq. Art, the free contemporary public art program in New York City's historic Madison Square Park.

The concrete block structure was one of two commissioned LeWitt works donated by the artist to the Conservancy for the sole purpose of generating sale proceeds to establish the Sol LeWitt Fund for Artists Work, a permanent endowment to support the creation and exhibition of public art in Madison Square Park. Beginning in 2011, exhibitions presented by Mad. Sq. Art will derive a portion of their funding from interest on the fund's 1.4 million USD endowment.

Debbie Landau, President of the Madison Square Park Conservancy, said, "We are proud that 'Circle with Towers' will join the Landmarks collection. It is gratifying to know that Sol's generosity will create opportunities for next-generation artists to exhibit their work in this beautiful urban oasis in the middle of Manhattan. We are so grateful to Sol for this gift and cannot think of a more fitting tribute to his incredible legacy."

At The University of Texas at Austin, "Circle with Towers" will be located at the entrance to the new Dell Computer Science Hall and the Bill and Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex under construction in the center of campus. The unveiling of the work will coincide with the opening of the complex in September 2012. The work will join Landmarks' permanent collection of public art on the main campus.

"This powerful example of LeWitt's renowned serial structures complements the university's purpose and its public art collection perfectly," says Andrée Bober, Landmarks director. He redefined traditional concepts about the ways in which art is produced, and I expect his ingenuity will inspire many generations of students to imagine new ways of thinking."

The structure is made of concrete-blocks that form a twenty-five foot diameter ring, which is intersected by fourteen-foot-high towers at equal intervals. It represents LeWitt's use of modular structures and simple, geometric forms for which the artist is acclaimed.

Landmarks is the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin. It projects support the university as a leading research institution and provide a source of civic pride and welfare. For more information about Landmarks, please visit www.landmarks.utexas.edu.

Mad. Sq. Art is the free contemporary public art program of the Madison Square Park Conservancy, the public/private partnership with the City of New York/Parks and Recreation dedicated to keeping historic Madison Square Park a bright, beautiful and active public space. For more information about Mad. Sq. Art and the Madison Square Park Conservancy, please visit www.madisonsquarepark.org

Media Contacts:
Leslie Lyon (512) 475.7033 leslie.lyon@austin.utexas.edu
Leah Griffin (512) 495.4315 lgriffin@austin.utexas.edu
Samuel Rauch (212) 538.7042 srauch@madisonsquarepark.org

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4. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, Brian O’Doherty, FF Alumns, in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, thru April 1

WINTER/SPRING 2011 BRIEF HISTORIES brings together contemporary works responsive to the unfolding events in the region and the larger global happenings of the day. The show will be momentarily materialized in the intimate setting of a villa in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, and subsequently posted online. Diverse participants, from six continents, present photography, moving image, installation, drawing, text, and web-based work. Themes lying within their contributions reflect upon social geography, power and authority, labor and capital, private and public space, and the media.

With telepresence of information, temporality has transformed from its traditional linear progression (past, present, future) to a coexistence of past and present–on demand. In this respect new media networks broadcast multitudes of distinct perspectives, which in turn destabilize a definitive narrative. The challenge has become to maintain a critical, artistic, and curatorial practice that is responsive and relevant, and that is capable of keeping its place amongst rapidly changing contexts and shifting meanings.

BRIEF HISTORIES is an attempt to address this need for immediacy, by bringing together artists and writers to respond with works that are significant to the context of our present day reality. Fawz Kabra and Isak Berbic

Dates
March 17 – April 1, 2011
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Contact
E: briefhistories@gmail.com
W: http://briefhistories.blogspot.com

T: +971509637707, +971504929675

Sarah Abu Abdallah
Tarek Al Ghoussein
Hala Ali
Abbas Akhavan
Brandon Alvendia
Tairone Bastien
Myron Beasley
Sema Bekirovic
Amir Berbic
Isak Berbic
Dunja Blazevic
Sofia Bytterbier
Jean Marie Casbarian
Nada Dada
Karee Dahl
Vincent Dermody
Nicolas Dumit Estevez
Renate Ferro
Zlatan Filipovic
Eric Fleischauer
Geissler/Sann
Khaled Hafez
Ibro Hasanovic
Samuel Jablon
Frans Jacobi
Emilia and Ilya Kabakov
Jeremiah Bendik Keymer
Wes Kline
Vincent Leow
Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
Laura Marks
Timothy Murray
Damir Niksic
Brian O'Doherty
Melentie Pandilovski
Zoran Poposki
Colin Reaney
Michael Robinson
Ben Russell
Shirin Sabahi
Larissa Sansour
Nebojsa Shoba Seric
Edgar Serrano
LeRoy Stevens
Deborah Stratman
Pelin Tan
Ubik
Lantian Xie

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5. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, at The Refectory, Manhattan, March 26

The Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice invites you to:

A Meal Together
A Potluck for Haitians and Dominicans and their friends
March 26, 2011 * 2-4 pm
The Refectory * Union Theological Seminary * 3041 Broadway at 121st street
Co-organized by Ethelind Adé, Nicolas Dumit Estevez and Sandy Placido

Bring a Haitian or Dominican dish to share with four other people, and spend two hours meeting, laughing and sharing stories and recipes among a group of brothers and sisters who trace their roots to the island of Quisqueya. Guests from other nationalities are welcome to join in.

This event is the experiential component of Like Brothers and Sisters, a performance program curated by Nicolas Dumit Estevez for the Institute for Art, Religion and Social Justice at Union Theological Seminary. Read more at www.utsnyc.edu/likebrothersandsisters.

Please email Kathryn Reklis to RSVP, and let us know how many people are coming and what dish you will bring to share.

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6. Denise Green, FF Alumn, at Neue Galerie im Hoehmannhaus, Augsburg, Germany, thru April 3

I am an FF Alumn and would like to inform you of two exhibitions in Europe. One of these exhibitions is at a museum, the Neue Galerie im Hoehmannhaus in Augsburg, Germany - a description follows below. The other exhibition is at the Galerie Heike Curtze in Vienna and is titled "Wonder and Malevolence." It opened on the 19th February and will continue to the end of March.

Denise Green –
After Ju Chao, Ju Lian, Richter, Wiebke, LeWitt, Albers, Manet

Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus, Augsburg
February 18 – April 3 2011

As a central piece of Denise Green’s Augsburg exhibition, a large-scale wall painting covers the whole surface of the central wall in the entrance of the gallery. The arc-like shape of the painting, which has been executed by the artist during a three day’s non-stop-work in situ, is embedded into a field of three closely related colour fields in the violet/cobalt violet family. The composition creates a subtle and most fascinating relationship between the artwork itself, the surrounding space, and the wideness and openness towards the historic Maximilianstrasse outside. Both the view from inside out and vice versa is taken into consideration by Denise Green by means of a decided spatial thinking, conceptual clearness and artistic intuition.¬

Additionally, three configurations of 45 small-scale reliefs each, titled After Manet, After Ligthnin’ Hopkins and Rimbaud’s I = Red, are related to the monumental wall painting. The shapes, scale, colour and structure of these works are an amalgamation of Eastern and Western influences – which underlines the title of the show as well – and produce, simultaneously, a strong contrast and conceptual dialogue with the large-scale painting. These relationships are not only a well thought-out ‘addition’ of single paintings on the gallery walls, but they become an authentically and homogeneous painterly installation as an entire temporary work of art. The texture together with the surface – especially of the large scale painting – which is brought out in many layers, is once more presenting Denise Green as a conceptual thinking contemporary artist and a classical painter at the same time.

Kunstsammlungen und Museen Augsburg
NEUE GALERIE IM HÖHMANNHAUS

Denise Green – After Ju Chao, Ju Lian, Richter, Wiebke, LeWitt, Albers, Manet

Curated by Thomas Elsen

Opening: Thursday, February 17, 7:30 pm
Maximilianstrasse 48, D-86150 Augsburg
Phone: + 49 (0)821 – 324 4107
hoehmanngalerie@augsburg.de
www.hoehmannhaus-augsburg.de

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7. Dara Birnbaum, FF Alumn, at Electronic Arts Intermix, Manhattan, March 30

DARA BIRNBAUM: BEFORE WONDER WOMAN
Early Performance Video
Screening + Conversation

Please join EAI for a special evening with Dara Birnbaum, who will screen and discuss her earliest media works, performance-driven videos produced in the mid-1970s. Rarely screened in public, these remarkable works, which were restored by EAI, will be presented together for the first time in New York as part of EAI's ongoing 40th anniversary programming.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
6:30 pm

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
535 West 22nd Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10011
www.eai.org

Admission $ 7.00 / Students $ 5.00
RSVP: rsvp@eai.org
Please note: Seating is limited.
Reservations are required.

EAI is proud to present a screening and conversation with pioneering video artist Dara Birnbaum, whose provocative analyses of television and mass culture have been highly influential. Marking the publication of a major new book, Dara Birnbaum: The Dark Matter of Media Light, Birnbaum will screen and speak about her earliest videos, which preceded and informed her well-known single-channel works—including the classic Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman—of the late 1970s and '80s.

In the mid-1970s, Birnbaum created a series of black-and-white, performance-based video exercises that represent her earliest experiments with the medium. These videos, which are direct and unmediated, introduce themes that recur throughout her later work. In many of these works, Birnbaum appears on camera as the performer, investigating through the body intense emotional or psychological manifestations while also foregrounding the relation of the camera/viewer to the subject/performer. Such works reveal an unexpected link to the body-art and performance-video practices of artists such as Vito Acconci, Joan Jonas, and Bruce Nauman. Other early works incorporate disjunctive tactics and pop-cultural content, pointing to Birnbaum's later editing strategies and engagement with television as source material.

This event presents a rare opportunity to see and discuss these early videos, which offer fascinating new insights into Birnbaum's work—before Wonder Woman.

The evening will include remarks by Karen Kelly and Barbara Schröder, editors of Dara Birnbaum: The Dark Matter of Media Light. Following the screening, Birnbaum will appear in conversation with Lori Zippay, Executive Director of EAI, and participate in a Q&A session with the audience.

Birnbaum will also sign copies of her new catalogue. Dara Birnbaum: The Dark Matter of Media Light is the most comprehensive book to date on the artist's groundbreaking oeuvre and the companion volume to the major retrospective of Birnbaum's work, exhibited at S.M.A.K., Ghent, in 2009 and Museu Serralves, Porto, in 2010. Published by S.M.A.K. and Fundação de Serralves in association with DelMonico Books•Prestel, the book was edited by Karen Kelly, Barbara Schröder, and Giel Vandecaveye, with conversations between Birnbaum and Hans Ulrich Obrist and essays by Sigrid Adorf, Marianne Brouwer, Johanna Burton, Diedrich Diederichsen, Marina Gržinić, Steven Jacobs and Michael Newman, and texts by Lori Zippay and Rebecca Cleman. The book will be available for purchase at EAI during the program at a special discounted rate.

Dara Birnbaum received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.F.A. in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute. Birnbaum has taught at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax; California Institute of the Arts, Valencia; Princeton University; and the School of Visual Arts, New York. She has received numerous grants and awards for her work in video, from institutions including the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Tate Gallery, London; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; among others. Solo exhibitions of her work have been held at The Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Jewish Museum, New York; Marian Goodman Gallery, New York; Wilkinson Gallery, London; IVAM Centre Julio Gonzalez, Valencia; and the Musee d'Art Contemporain, Montreal, among others. Retrospective screenings have been presented at The American Film Institute, Los Angeles; Kunsthaus, Zurich; and Kunstmuseum, Berne, Switzerland. Birnbaum was the only video artist invited to participate in Documenta 7, Kassel, Germany; the 1985 Carnegie International, Pittsburgh; and the 74th American Exhibition, Chicago, where she was awarded the Norman Wait Harris Prize. In 2010 she was honored with a USA Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Fellow award from United States Artists Fellowship Program. In 2011 she was awarded a Creative Artist Residency at the Bellagio Center of the Rockefeller Foundation and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant. Birnbaum was honored with a major retrospective of her work at S.M.A.K. (Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst) in Ghent, Belgium, in 2009, and the Museu Serralves in Porto, Portugal, in 2010.

DARA BIRNBAUM: BEFORE WONDER WOMAN is part of an ongoing series of events and projects marking EAI's 40th anniversary year. For more information about upcoming programs in this series, please click here.

EAI: Celebrating 40 Years

Founded in 1971, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) is one of the world's leading nonprofit resources for video art. A pioneering advocate for media art and artists, EAI fosters the creation, exhibition, distribution and preservation of video art and digital art. EAI's core program is the distribution and preservation of a major collection of over 3,500 new and historical media works by artists. EAI's activities include viewing access, educational services, extensive online resources, and public programs such as artists' talks, exhibitions and panels. The Online Catalogue is a comprehensive resource on the artists and works in the EAI collection, and also features extensive materials on exhibiting, collecting and preserving media art: www.eai.org

Electronic Arts Intermix
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10011
t (212) 337-0680
f (212) 337-0679
info@eai.org

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the Experimental Television Center. The Experimental Television Center's Presentation Funds Program is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts.

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8. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Temescal Arts Center, Oakland, CA, March 26

THE UNCOMFORTABLE ZONES OF FUN
experiments in experience/participation performance

The Underground Hit!
CRITIC'S CHOICE: East Bay Express

Frank Moore, world-known shaman performance artist, will conduct improvised passions of musicians, actors, dancers, and audience members in a laboratory setting to create altered realities of fusion beyond taboos. Bring your passions and musical instruments and your senses of adventure and humor. Other than that, ADMISSION IS FREE! (But donations will be accepted.)

Saturday, March 26, 2011
8pm

TEMESCAL ARTS CENTER
511 48th Street
Oakland, CA 94609-2058

For more information
Call: 510-526-7858
email: fmoore@eroplay.com
http://www.eroplay.com/events.html
http://www.temescalartscenter.org/

2011 Dates!

4/23
5/28
6/25
7/23
8/27
9/24
10/22
11/26
12/16

The San Francisco Bay Guardian recently said about the Temescal performance series:
"Prepare to get ... uncomfortable. Frank Moore, shaman, disabled performance artist, and 2008 presidential candidate, merges music, dance, erotica, religion and improv to create an experience few people have an easy time describing."

"...He's wonderful and hilarious and knows exactly what it's all about and has earned my undying respect. What he's doing is impossible, and he knows it. That's good art...." L.A. Weekly

"Merging improv, erotica, entertainment, religion and ritual, Frank Moore – self-styled shaman, world-renowned disabled performance artist, and 2008 presidential candidate ...." – East Bay Express

Resisting "the easy and superficial descriptions..., Moore's work challenges the consensus view more strongly in ways less acceptable than...angry tirades and bitter attacks on consumer culture." Chicago New City

"If performance art has a radical edge, it has to be Frank Moore." Cleveland Edition

"Transformative..." Moore "is thwarting nature in an astonishing manner, and is fusing art, ritual and religion in ways the Eurocentric world has only dim memories of. Espousing a kind of paganism without bite and aggression, Frank Moore is indeed worth watching." High Performance Magazine

"Surely wonderful and mind-goosing experience." L.A. Reader

Downloadable poster here:
http://www.eroplay.com/UZOF_MAR_2011.pdf

In Freedom,
Frank Moore
www.eroplay.com
www.luver.com

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9. Kim Jones, Linda M. Montano, Howardena Pindell, FF Alumns, at Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, Manhattan, thru April 2

Kathleen Cullen Fine Art – 526 West 26th Street, Suite 605 Elisabeth Ivers Gallery – 508 West 26th Street, Suite 6D New York, NY 10001

Two Colors March 4 to April 2, 2011 Opening Reception March 3, 2011 6pm to 8pm
Artists included:
Ronald Bladen
Nayland Blake
Gandy Brodie
Paul Feeley
Louise Fishman
Nancy Haynes
Kim Jones
Byron Kim
Christopher Knowles
Tom Lloyd
Paul McCarthy
Linda M. Montano
Howardena Pindell
Amy Sillman
Frederic Thursz
Alan Vega
Stanley Whitney
Adolf Wölfli
The Wooster Group
Ann Liv Young

Elisabeth Ivers and Kathleen Cullen are pleased to announce Two Colors, an exhibition devoted to the contradictory power of color curated by Clay Hapaz of the Wooster Group. Ranging from the monochrome-like paintings of Frederic Thursz to the multi-colored canvases of Stanley Whitney, Two Colors interprets its own premise through a range of mediums—from painting and sculpture to video and performance. By focusing on works of art devoted to two colors, the exhibition explores the beauty and power of formalism as well as the sticky nuances of humanism.

Two Colors invites the viewer to interrogate his or her own relationship to color, both as an expression of symmetry and harmony or a state of opposition and transmutation. The exhibition also questions different notions of make-up and skin color, suggestive of the fact that color is a deeply subjective experience and can convey a wide range of possible conditions.

For more information please call Lis Ivers at 212-206-7027 lisivers@gmail.com
Kathleen Cullen at 212-463-8500 or email at info@artekcontemporaries.com

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10. Ellen Lanyon, FF Alumn, receives purchase award, American Academy of Arts and Letters, and more

Ellen Lanyon, FF Alumn, April 2011 news:

GIVEN A PURCHASE AWARD FOR PAINTING
2011 Invitational Exhibition For Visual Artists
March 8-April 10 and May 18-June 12 2011
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND LETTERS
633 West 155th Street New York NY 10032
212 368 5900 academy@artsandletters.org
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 1 to 4

INDEX EXTENDED
A solo exhibition of Collage and Frottage
Opening April 1 and continuing to May 14 2011
PRINTWORKS GALLERY
311 West Superior Street Chicago Il 60654
312 664 9407 printworkschicago.com
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 to 5

LUMINOUS GROUND
A group exhibition of eleven Illinois artists
Opening April 4 and continuing to August 26 2011
ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM- - - CHICAGO GALLERY
Thompson Center 100 West Randolph Street Chicago IL 60601
312 814 5322
Hours: Monday–Friday 9 to 5

LECTURES IN AMERICAN ART SERIES
A conversation With Art Critic, James Yood
April 13 2011-6PM
THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB, CHICAGO
65 West Jackson Boulevard Chicago IL 60604
312 435 5942

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11. Joyce Cutler-Shaw, FF Alumn, at NYU, Manhattan, opening March 24

Body Narratives, an exhibit by Joyce Cutler-Shaw | NYU Health Sciences Libraries
Lecture and Opening Reception: March 24
Lecture 3:30pm Smilow Seminar Room
Reception 4:30pm - 7:00pm MSB Gallery
The exhibit will be on display March 24 to May 6
"As on an archeological journey into unknown territory, I approach the human body as a mysterious terrain, a phenomenon of the natural world. We are of nature." --J. Cutler-Shaw Joyce Cutler-Shaw, in her role as artist-in-residence at the UCSD School of Medicine, has been drawing for many years in the anatomy laboratory. She explores the complex, individual, physical self with pen and brush and ink, just as the medical students dissect with a scalpel. She sees the history of anatomy as the history of human representation—how we are seen and how we see ourselves. It is the trajectory from a medieval, shortlived, astrologically defined physical self to a contemporary virtual, scanned, graphed, and charted one that incites and informs her work. Her multi-layered fine art project, titled The Anatomy Lesson, includes drawings, photo essays, collage, writings, installations, projections, drawing movies, and artists’ books. All of Cutler-Shaw’s work is rooted in drawing: drawing as a way of seeing, as a mode of inquiry, as an act of empathy. For this exhibition she is presenting selections from a new series of drawings and wall collages, titled Limbs and Trunks, considering body limbs and tree limbs as phenomena of nature. Additionally, she will be showing a group of her series called The Lab Coats. These are standard white laboratory coats, hand drawn with images from the history of anatomy. The gallery’s display cases will contain some of Cutler-Shaw’s new series of artists’ books, conceived as Conversations with old medical texts to which she adds pages of drawings and texts of her own in response. For more than thirty-five years, Joyce Cutler-Shaw has been exhibiting internationally and installing permanent, ecologically themed commissioned works, such as those at the East Carnegie Library in San Jose, CA, and the Mission Valley Branch Library in San Diego, CA. Her works are represented in both museum and library special collections like The Museum of Modern Art, the New York Public Library, and NYU’s Bobst Library.

Date & time:
03/24/2011 - 3:30pm - 7:00pm
Location:
MSB Gallery

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12. Louise Bourgeois, FF Alumn, at Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aires, thru June 19

Louise Bourgeois
The Return of the Repressed
19 March–19 June 2011
Curator: Philip Larratt-Smith
Organized by Fundación Proa (Buenos Aires), Instituto Tomie Ohtake (Sao Paulo) and Louise Bourgeois Studio (New York)

Fundación Proa
Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929
La Boca, Caminito
Buenos Aires, Argentina
[54 11] 4104.1000
info@proa.org / press@proa.org
www.proa.org

For the first time in Latin America, Fundación Proa presents in Argentina and Brazil Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed, a major exhibition of the artist's work curated by Philip Larratt-Smith and organized by the Instituto Tomie Ohtake of Sao Paulo, the Louise Bourgeois Studio in New York and Proa, with the support of Tenaris.

Bourgeois' huge and emblematic piece Maman (1999)—an icon of maternal protection and withdrawal—will dominate the whole exhibition from Proa's front terrace. With more than 80 pieces on display, including The Destruction of the Father (1974), Le Défi II (1992), Arch of Hysteria (1993), Red Room (Parents) (1994) and Spider (1997), Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed offers a comprehensive overview covering 60 years of artistic production, from her early beginnings until 2009.

In the words of the curator, "All the works have been selected to highlight the enduring presence of psychoanalysis as a motivational force and a site of exploration in her life and work."

The publication of the two volume catalogue is a project by Philip Larratt-Smith and a joint venture of Fundación Proa and the Louise Bourgeois Studio. As well as an introduction and essay by the curator, the first volume also presents the view of renowned theorists and researchers of diverse backgrounds such as Donald Kuspit, Elisabeth Bronfen, Meg Harris Williams, Juliet Mitchell, Mignon Nixon, Paul Verhaeghe and Julie de Ganck. For the second volume, Philip Larratt-Smith has selected and edited 93 of Bourgeois' writings never published before now that reveal the impact of psychoanalysis on her creative process.

After Buenos Aires and thanks to the support of Tenaris both in Argentina and Brazil, the exhibition will tour to the Instituto Tomie Ohtake of Sao Paulo in July and to the Museu de Arte Moderna of Rio de Janeiro in September.

Sponsor
Tenaris

Opening times
Tuesdays to Sundays, 11 am to 7 pm
Mondays closed

Daily guided tours
Tuesdays to Fridays, 5 pm
Saturdays and Sundays, 3 pm and 5 pm

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13. Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens, FF Alumns, at St. Brigid’s Center for the Arts, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, March 26

Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens'
WHITE WEDDING to the SNOW

"Together we will shift the metaphor from 'Earth as Mother' to 'Earth as Lover,' and marry the Snow to inspire more love, care, and appreciation for water. Take snow vows with us, or simply come bear witness. We ask for no material gifts, but invite others to collaborate on the creation of the wedding. Dozens of wonderful people will be participating and performing at the wedding. We are two sybaritic cougars in love, with ecosexual tendencies, building the budding ecosex movement. Please join us in holy and environmental activist matrimony." Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle

White WEdding to the Snow is presented by Galerie SAW Gallery (In Ottawa, Canada) collaboration with La Petite Mort Gallery, the University of Ottawa, Sexual Overtones, Venus Envy and the Inside Out LGBT Film and Video Festival.

March 26, 2011
St. Brigid's Center for the Arts, 310 Patrick St., Ottawa
Gather 2:30 PM
Ceremony at 3:00 PM
Reception 4:30-6:30 PM.

DRESS: Please wear as much white as possible and dress in the themes of water, snow, bliss. Be as formal or informal, as costume-y or sculptural as you like. Please DO out-do the brides.

BRING: Each guest please bring ten pieces of recycled scrap paper to crumple and throw for a "snow ball fight."

For more information: (613) 236-6181
galerieasawgallery.com

For more information about Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle's work and past ecosexual weddings visit loveartlab.org

Also:
ASSUMING THE ECOSEXUAL POSITION: ADVENTURES OF THE LOVE ART LAB.
Women on the Edge Performance Festival
Montreal Canada
Saturday March 19. 9:00 PM.
Take a fun, inspiring journey as two artists in love share tales & photos of their art experiments and adventures in romance, breast cancer, radical sex education, artificial insemination and performance art weddings. Stephens and Sprinkle are ecosexuals, doing art projects that switch up the metaphor from "Earth as mother" to "Earth as Lover." The new field of research they coined "sexecology," explores the places where sexology and ecology intersect. By the end of their intimate, informal presentation you will realize you are ecosexual too.

ANNIE M. SPRINKLE, Ph.D.
Artist * Sexecologist * Author * Lecturer
Educator * Faculty Wife * Thespian
Pioneering Film Director and Performer
Former Sex Worker * Ecosexual
http://anniesprinkle.org/ http://loveartlab.org/

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14. Robbin Ami Silverberg, FF Alumn, at Stadtbibliothek Reutlingen, Germany, thru June 4

Robbin Ami Silverberg - Hand. Voice. Paper.

An Exhibition in the Stadtbibliothek Reutlingen, Germany
March 15 - June 4, 2011
- www.stadtbibliothek-reutlingen.de

On Thursday, April 14th at 4:00 pm, Susanne Padberg, of Galerie DRUCK & BUCH in Tübingen, will offer a tour of the exhibition with open display cases. This exhibition is a collaboration with Galerie DRUCK & BUCH, Tübingen, with support form the 'Stiftung Volksbildung'

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15. Linda Stein, FF Member, at Georgetown College, KY, thru April 7

"The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein,"

Georgetown College, Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown, Kentucky

March 3 - April 7, 2011

Accompanied by lecture "The Chance To Be Brave, The Courage To Dare," and SteinGIG performance

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16. Robert Galinsky, FF Alumn, at Bar Ten Eleven, Manhattan, April 20

FF Alumn Robert Galinsky presents "Wreckless Idol" Wednesday April 20th

Wreckless Idol is an open stage where raw, unpolished, not perfect performances are encouraged. It's been called the Anti-Idol and features open mic. slots at 6, 3, and 1 minute in length. Past performances range from dance, solo violin, poetry, hip hop crews, performance painting and more. Admission is $5 at Bar Ten Eleven, 171 Avenue C between 10th street and 11th street. 7:30pm sign up, 8pm show.

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17. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Washington Pl. at Greene St., Manhattan, March 25

11:10 am
Friday, 3/25
when procession joins memorial at Washington and Greene,
I will sing my new song, BALLAD FOR JOE ZITO from the mainstage
Annie Lanzillotto

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18. RENO, FF Alumn, at Puffin Cultural Forum, Teaneck, NJ, March 25

There's this amazing place over the GW Bridge in Teaneck, NJ, called the Puffin Foundation. From what I can tell, this older couple, Perry and Gladys Rosenstein, have dedicated their lives to endowing and running an organization that supports nothing but good 'ole LIBERAL, PROGRESSIVE work, in and out of the arts. They have this little building in T'neck that has art shows and performances and "dialogues". They give grants to artists and prizes to activists. My friend Merri Milwe was just made the artistic director there. They've screened some of my work and I performed there a few years ago. I've missed the place and I'm very pleased that they've asked me to come do my Money Talks show there this coming Friday night. It's pretty incredible that people like this keep on keeping on.

RENO ("Rebel w/o a Pause", "Reno Finds Her Mom")
Returns to Teaneck
in her ongoing investigation into
WTF Wall St really does do-do:
"MONEY TALKS w/ Citizen Reno"
Friday, Mar 25 @ 8 pm
Puffin Cultural Forum
20 Puffin Way, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Reserve: 201 836-0499 or tix@puffinfoundation.org

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19. Lynn Book, FF Alumn, at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC, March 31-April 1

Thursday, March 31, 6 - 9 pm
Active Imaginations: Creativity and Innovation In and Out of the Academy

Lynn Book organizes and moderates an interactive dinner discussion event as part of a national research conference on creativity trends in higher education she's putting together featuring Steven Tepper, sociologist and author of Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life. Also in the mix, J. Morgan Puett, artist / founder of Mildred’s Lane a 92 acre rural site dedicated to large-scale project, research and event based practices that also includes a living museum and educational component, PA. Emily Pilloton joins the conversation; designer / founder Project H Design, 'to empower communities and apply design outside of the design bubble to global issues that matter', Bertie County, NC. Both events are being held at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, March 31 & April 1, Winston-Salem, NC. To register go to http://pdc.wfu.edu/event/p32813GyYLy/

and

Thursday, March 31, 6 - 9 pm
Active Imaginations: Creativity and Innovation In and Out of the Academy

Lynn Book organizes and moderates an interactive dinner discussion event as part of a national research conference on creativity trends in higher education she's putting together featuring Steven Tepper, sociologist and author of Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life. Also in the mix, J. Morgan Puett, artist / founder of Mildred’s Lane a 92 acre rural site dedicated to large-scale project, research and event based practices that also includes a living museum and educational component, PA. Emily Pilloton joins the conversation; designer / founder Project H Design, 'to empower communities and apply design outside of the design bubble to global issues that matter', Bertie County, NC. Both events are being held at Reynolda House Museum of American Art, March 31 & April 1, Winston-Salem, NC. To register go to http://pdc.wfu.edu/event/p32813GyYLy/

Lynn Book
www.lynnbook.com

Associate Director, Creativity
Office of Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship
Senior Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Performance
Department of Theatre and Dance
Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Rd
PO Box 7266
Winston-Salem, NC 27106-7266

T: 336-758-3383
F: 336-758-5668

Faculty
Transart Institute
Berlin / New York
www.transartinstitute.edu

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20. Ron Littke, FF Alumn, now on PRX radio

FF Alum Ron Littke's radio-noir piece "No U-Turn," can now be heard on PRX (Public Radio Exchange). "No U-Turn" is a two-hour radio play based B-movie plots. To listen, go to www.prx.org, sign in, and search for No U-Turn or Ron Littke and follow the directions.

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21. Sherman Fleming, FF Alumn, now on vimeo.com and more

Sherman Fleming
http://www.vimeo.com/19731154

and

here's what's COMING SOON: http://www.youtube.com/v/fqRgbMrev4w&hl=en_US&fs=1&rel=0
"The trick is in what one emphasizes. We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves happy. The amount of work is the same."--Castaneda—

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22. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, March news

You can catch some of Isabel Samaras' work on two continents, in print, and on the interwebs this month:

a) Ciao Bambini! Paintings hop the pond and appear in Italy for the "Pop Surrealism Big Bang!" exhibition at MondoPop Gallery, in Rome. Opens March 19

b) A fun and frisky new interview in the "Love Sucks!" issue of Dark Beauty magazine can be gobbled up in print form, or read online without twitching more than a finger muscle: www.darkbeautymag.com/purchase


c) Juicy paintings are featured in "New Beginnings" at Space Gallery, San Francisco, California, also opening March 12.

d) And revel in the glory that was International Pie Month: http://isamaras.wordpress.com/

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23. Joseph Kosuth, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Gallery, Manhattan, opening March 29

Joseph Kosuth
'Texts (Waiting for —) for Nothing'
Samuel Beckett, in play
at
Sean Kelly
528 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

Opening reception:
Tuesday, March 29
6 to 8 pm

March 30
through
April 30, 2011

For more information, please visit the "Upcoming" section of the gallery's website: www.skny.com

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24. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, now online at www.contemporaryperformance.com

Please visit the following link:

http://contemporaryperformance.com/2011/03/07/member-spotlight-julie-tolentino-joshua-tree-ca-usa/

Thank you.

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25. Dahn Hiuni, FF Alumn, at SUNY College at Old Westbury, opening March 28

The Civility Show
March 28 – April 21, 2011

Opening Reception & Performance: Monday, March 28, 2011, 4 – 7 pm
Curator’s Talk & Film Screening: Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 6:30 – 8 pm
Closing Reception & Tunnel of Oppression event: Thursday, April 21, 2011, 3 – 7pm

Curated by Dahn Hiuni, PhD

The Amelie A. Wallace Gallery at SUNY College at Old Westbury is pleased to announce a group exhibition of over 400 original postcard-size works (including 2 video ‘postcards’) created by nearly 100 artists. The submissions were in response to an open call to all students and faculty on the Old Westbury campus and other Long Island area schools. Submissions were also received from professional artists from across the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, and Korea. In addition to the exhibition, The Civility Show will feature various related public events, including performances, a film screening and a curator’s talk.

In light of a seemingly increasing violent culture, as evidenced by recent attempted political assassination, campus shootings, and virulent school bullying, public figures have called for and have pledged to a new civility. Such a call provokes the following questions: What does civility mean to us? How do we interpret civility from social, critical, and aesthetic perspectives? What role can visual art, and indeed all art, play in such a call? What is the relationship between civility and civilization? How can we be more civil in our day-to-day human interactions, as well as in our more formal institutional and political debates? How can we measure civility? The Civility Show will feature a collection of hopeful, positive images that reflect on, perpetuate, and inspire a new cultural dialogue, cooperation, and community.

The submissions represent a wide range of works in diverse mediums and styles. Some works meditate on the potential for harmony in our everyday lives through lyrical, metaphoric and abstract forms, alluding to civility. Other works assume a more overt political tone, ranging from reflections on the current unrest in the Middle East to the oppression of minorities in the United States.

For the opening event, March 28, 2011, movement dancer Shizu Homma will perform "Civilianscape," accompanied by musician Brett Zwieman. Homma, a daughter of Japanese immigrant parents, has developed an experimental movement vocabulary that is heavily influenced by Butoh as a means of reconciling her heritage. Her dances combine choreography with structured improvisation. Homma strives for work that is "infused with love for the earth and all that are hurt or sick or scared... to lessen the need for sentimentality... so we can rise up in reality."

On the closing day of the exhibition, April 21, 2011, students from the Residence Hall Association (RHA) at SUNY College at Old Westbury will perform and exhibit "Tunnel of Oppression," an interactive program that has been replicated in various forms on college campuses across the country, designed to bring to light current issues of oppression in our society. Issues addressed in this program include racism, domestic violence, homophobia, and body image. Student actors will perform related themes during the event.

A reception to mark the opening of The Civility Show will be held between 4:00pm and 7:00pm on Monday, March 28, 2011. On Wednesday, April 13, 2011 between 6:30pm and 8pm, curator Dahn Hiuni, Adjunct Professor at SUNY Old Westbury and Pratt Institute, and Metropolitan Museum of Art lecturer, will give a related lecture in the gallery. The lecture will be accompanied by a film screening related to the exhibition’s theme [Film: TBA]. The exhibition will remain on view through April 21, 2011. Gallery hours are Mondays, Wednesdays: 12pm – 4pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays: 12pm – 5pm and Fridays: 10am – 4pm, and by appointment.

Artists: Alexander Abanavas, Mac Adams, Barbara Andrus, Mariela Arevalo, Ivan D. Asin, Kimberly Barthe, James Battistelli, Marvina Bell, Robert Belle, Shantaya Bethune, Aubrey Blades, Diana Brooks, Virginia Burroughs, Jacqueline A. Cartagena, Steven Ceraso, Lucy Contreras, Michael Capobianco, Paul Chidester, Georgina D’Ambrosio, John Day, Marguerite Day, Alexis Duque, Zach Eckstein, Nicky Enright, Sonya Evanisko, Alyssa Ferrari, Fred Fleisher, Denise Gajda, Jaleesa Gilbert, Sean Gomez, Steve Gomez, Joanna Goodman, Maria Gougoulaki, Matt Greco, Chris Griffin, Rafael Hernandez, Jorge Hiraldo, Dahn Hiuni, Christopher Hood, Nitza Danieli Horner, Samantha Howley, SoYoun Jeong, Mary Beth Johns, Rhoda Juels, Jaspreet Kaur, Michael Killeen, In Hye Kim, OK Kim, Stone Kim, Seo Hee Ko, Pamela Koehler, Pamela Lawton, Dong Hee Lee, Sharon Ligorner, Milagro Lopez, Misael Lopez, Steven Louie, Takiema McKiver, Tricia McLaughlin, Rachel Margolies, Chinasa Martins, Vanessa Martins, Kristine Marz, Christina Mazzalupo, Brooke Mellett, Shaimaa Menasy, Tommy Mintz, Mario Monreal, Barbara Neulinger, Jose Nolaslco, Barbara Olsen, Joseph Ostermeier, Traci Paris, Jeong Min Park, Jinsub Park, Connie Perry, James Prez, Sunguo Qu, Rohina Ramin, Matthew Reisine, Kristin Rufo, James Ruhl, Chanel Rutledge, Riiko Sakkinen, Dominick Sblendorio, Jake Seo, Daniel Sharoni, Megan Shepherd, Steve Staso, Greg M. Stowell, Caroline M. Sun, Nicole Sutton, Steve Surgot, Jeremiah Teipen, Ana Tiscornia, Tamara Tomshin, Brittany M. Williams, Joseph Wood, Hyejeong Yang, Elizabeth Zois.

For further information about The Civility Show, please contact Gallery Director Hyewon Yi at yih@oldwestbury.edu or the curator, Dahn Hiuni at dahnhiuni@gmail.com. For the "Tunnel of Oppression" event, contact the Director of Residential Life, Usama Shaikh, at shaikhu@oldwestbury.edu.

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