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Contents for October 19, 2015

1. Candida Royalle, FF Alumn, memorial, Center for Sex & Culture, San Francisco, October 25

San Francisco Memorial for Candida Royalle;
Artist, Feminist Erotic Filmmaker, 70's Porn Star, Artist, Singer, Sex Toy Innovator, Beloved Friend & Sister

WHEN: Sunday, October 25, 2015

Gather: 5:30 PM, Memorial: 6-7:30 PM, Afterglow & Potluck: 7:30-9 PM

WHO IS INVITED: Everyone and anyone that wants to come remember and/or pay homage to Candida Royalle; relatives, old and new friends, fans, colleagues, admirers, lovers, people who have been inspired by Candida's work... YOU.

PLEASE BRING-Memories, stories, show & tell items, photos, altar items, a potluck dish to share and something to drink.

WHERE: Center for Sex & Culture, 1349 Mission Street (Btw 9th and 10th streets), San Francisco, CA.

HOSTED BY Center for Sex & Culture with Annie Sprinkle, Veronica Hart, Veronica Vera and other friends and family.

SELECT OBITUARIES for more information:

NY Times

NY Times-Women in the World, obit by Lily Burana




2. Adrianne Wortzel, FF Alumn, at Duke University

"SOLACE AND PERPETUITY, a life story," Adrianne Wortzel's algorithmically kaleidoscopic memoir by a recipient of a 2015 New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship, has been acquired by the Electronic Literature Collection of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, Durham, NC.



3. Carolee Schneemann, FF Alumn, at Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Austria, opening November 21

Carolee Schneemann Kinetic Painting
Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Austria
November 21, 2015 - February 28, 2016

Around 350 works spanning six decades on 18,300 square feet of exhibition space spread across two floors: the highlight of the Museum der Moderne Salzburg's exhibition programming this fall is a grand retrospective dedicated to the oeuvre of the influential artist, choreographer, performer, and writer Carolee Schneemann (lives and works in New Paltz, NY). The exhibit illuminates a genealogy of new forms of art that emerge as painting set in motion and eventually evolves into expansive installations in multiple media.
The retrospective focuses on both canonic pieces and performances, and previously unpublished and rarely-seen works that feature lesser-known aspects of Schneemann's prolific output. Based on a thorough scholarly review, it presents her oeuvre in unprecedented breadth and depth, embedding it in the context of painting and encouraging a wider audience to explore her art.

A catalogue accompanying the exhibition, edited by Sabine Breitwieser for the Museum der Moderne Salzburg, will by published by Prestel. It will include essays by Sabine Breitwieser, Branden W. Joseph, Mignon Nicxon, Ara Osterweil, and Judith Rodenbeck, as well as writings by Carolee Schneemann.

Curators: Sabine Breitwieser, Director, Museum der Moderne Salzburg; Branden W. Joseph, Frank Gallipolli Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art, Columbia University, New York; with Tina Teufel, Museum der Moderne Salzburg; Exhibition architecture: Kuehn Malvezzi

Opening Ceremony 11/21/2015
Discussion with Carolee Schneemann and Sabine Breitwieser.
Conference featuring Branden Joseph, Judith Rodenbeck, Mignon Nixon, and Hubert Klocker.

For more information: http://www.museumdermoderne.at/en/exhibitions/current/details/mdm/carolee-schneemann/



4. Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, at MoMA, Manhattan, Oct. 19-27

Jack Waters and Peter Cramer @ MOMA October 19-27 in a new film "Jason and Shirley" by Stephen Winter.


MoMA Presents: Stephen Winter's Jason and Shirley
October 19-27, 2015

A fictionalized retelling of Oscar-winner Shirley Clarke's 1967 film Portrait of Jason, Stephen Winter's Jason and Shirley filets the meaty racial, social, and sexual issues raised by the original documentary encounter. Artist and filmmaker Jack Waters doesn't so much play as channel Jason Holliday, the aging hustler, wannabe/has-been cabaret artist and lascivious lush that so fascinates and infuriates Clarke (incarnated here by renowned writer Sarah Schulman). A film within a film, shot on vintage-looking pixelated video and intimate to the point of invasiveness, Jason and Shirley ingeniously inverts the gaze of the original: now it's a black, Jewish gay man probing and prodding the white, Jewish woman of privilege and power with his lens. The only constant in both films is the vicious strength and ultimate triumph of Jason, a screen icon if ever there was one.



5. Bradley Eros, FF Alumn, at Issue Project Room, Manhattan, Oct. 20

For the second installment of her ISSUE residency, Lea Bertucci presents two duo sets of with collaborators Bradley Eros and Anthony Saunders.

Lea Bertucci
with Bradley Eros & Anthony Saunders
Tuesday, October 20 - 8pm - 7:30 doors
55 Walker St., NYC 10013
(Free, $10 suggested)
For the second installment of her ISSUE Project Room residency, Lea Bertucci presents two duo sets of new music with collaborators Bradley Eros (film projections) and Anthony Saunders (modular synth, amplified metal). The evening features Bertucci exploring the sonic qualities of a decrepit alto saxophone that sat in the basement of Bradley Eros' home for 25 years. She is joined by Eros, who creates a live collage of 35mm slide and 16mm film projections. A second duo features Anthony Saunders, of seminal harsh noise group Bastard Noise, with Bertucci on bass clarinet. This performance celebrates the release of the duo's first cassette on Saunders' RSM record label.

Lea Bertucci is a sound artist and composer whose work bridges performance, installation and multichannel activations of acoustic space. As an instrumentalist, she focuses on an electro-acoustic preparation of the Bass Clarinet that heavily utilizes speaker feedback. In recent years, her projects have expanded to site-specific improvisation, compositions for electronics and instruments, multichannel sound installations and music concrete collage. Bertucci has been an Artist-in-Residence at The Wave Farm, Smack Mellon, LMCC, and The Queens Museum of Art. She was awarded Young Composers commissions from Roulette in 2008 and 2012. Her debut solo LP, Resonance Shapes was released in 2013 on the Obsolete Units label. Collaborators include Leila Bordreuil, G. Lucas Crane, Bhob Rainey, and Eli Keszler. She has performed solo and collaborative works at venues such as The Kitchen, Anthology Film Archives, Caramoor, Artists' Television Access (SF), Incubator Arts, Experimental Intermedia, The Wave Farm, Roulette, The Queens Museum of Art and the High Zero Festival among many others. She is a 2015 Artist-in-Residence at ISSUE Project Room.

Bradley Eros is an artist working in myriad media: experimental film and video, collage, photography, performance, sound, text, contracted and expanded cinema and installation. His work has been exhibited widely at institutions including the Whitney Museum, MoMA, PS1, the New York, London and Rotterdam Film Festivals, Performa09, Exit Art, The Kitchen, Light Industry, ISSUE Project Room, the Warhol Museum, and many others. Eros has collaborated with the Alchemical Theater, the band Circle X, Voom HD Lab, expanded cinema groups kinoSonik and Arcane Project, and currently Optipus (film group). For many years he has worked with the New York Filmmakers' Cooperative, Anthology Film Archives, and co-directed the Roberta Beck Mercurial Cinema.

Anthony Saunders has been making abstract electronic music since 1995 under his own name, and with his projects Dataclast and E.I.D. Since 2014 he has played with Bastard Noise. In the past decade his performances have involved self-built max/msp patches, amplified junk metal, and modular synthesis. He is interested in structured improvisation, texture, tension, and dynamics, drawing on traditions of cut-up in harsh noise and electro-acoustic music. Saunders' releases can be found on Factotum, Troniks, Hospital Productions, RSM, and other independent labels. His collaborators include Eric Wood, James Mercer, Ahlzagailzehguh, Developer, and Lea Bertucci, with whom he toured as a duo in 2013.

Established in 2006, ISSUE Project Room's annual Artist-in-Residence program provides 6 emerging artists each with a year-long residency, offering access to rehearsal space and facilities, equipment, documentation, pr/marketing, curatorial and technical expertise to create new works, reach the next stage in their artistic development, and gain exposure to a broad public audience.
ISSUE Project Room's Artist-in-Residence program is made possible, in part, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, mediaThe foundation inc., public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and with the support of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

ISSUE Project Room | 1000 Dean St. | Suite 208 | Brooklyn | NY | 11238



6. Barbara Rosenthal, FF Alumn, current events

Hi, Friends,

The 2 collages some of my psychiatric records and the first of the audio interview series of me called "Everything I Say and Write Is On the Record" at Smith&Jones will be presented next week, on WED OCT 21 (not tonight) at Smith&Jones Gallery in Brooklyn. Please join us for my events beginning Oct. 21in NYC, and today in EU. I WILL BE IN NY to celebrate all events with you, and in in LONDON and BERLIN in Feb, (but not in Frankfurt for the book fair this week.). Come have a great time wherever you are, and I hope to see you in NY next week, and onward this Fall!

OCT 14-18,
represented by Foreword Reviews at the Frankfurt Book Fair / Frankfurter Buchmesse
LOCATION: Frankfurt Trade Fair Grounds, Frankfurt am Maim, Germany
(Rosenthal will not be present, but will be back in Germany in Feb!)
TICKETS: http://www.buchmesse.de/en/tickets/

WED, OCT 21, 6-9PM
AUDIO & TEXT-BASED ART, Audio: "On The Record: Barbara Rosenthal Interviewed by Joseph Quintela"; Text Art: "Two Psychiatric File Notes and Medication Charts (authentic), 2003"
in in "On The Record" curated by Joseph Quintela
LOCATION: Smith&Jones Gallery, 673 Classon Ave, #1R, Bklyn 11238
DIRECTIONS: C, S, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Franklin Ave; if C to Franklin, walk 1 block west on Fulton, then north 2 blocks on Classon.

Tues, Nov 3, 8PM
FEATURED READER - Reading Chapter "Caroline Parks Car and Walks Back Alone" from just published novel "Wish for Amnesia" (Deadly Chaps Press, NYC), currently in nomination for Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, PEN/Robert W.. Bingham Prize for Debut Novel, National Book Award and Pushcart Prize.
PROGRAM: "The Disagreement Reading Series," curated by Bryant Musgrove and Melissa Swantkowski
LOCATION: The HiFi Bar, 169 Avenue A, NY, NY
ADMISSION: Free. (Food, Drink Available.)

Fri, Nov 6 - Sun, Nov 8
VIDEO: "Words Come Out Backwards"
in "One Minute Films, Volume 6," curated by Kerry Baldry in Hull International Short Film Festival
LOCATION: The Projection Rooms/ Museum of Club Culture, 10 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TG. Free entry.
(The artist will not be present, but will be back in London in Feb!)

Nov 19 - Jan 24
Opening Thurs, Nov 19
VIDEO: "Leah Gluck: Victim of the Twins Experiments"
and PRINT DIPTYCH: "Evidence of Personality: Phrenology and Palmistry"
in "Twisted: Phrenology and Eugenics" curated by Maddy Rosenberg
LOCATION: Haber Space / Central Booking, 21 Ludlow St, NY, NY 10002

PRINTS: "Evidence of Personality: Phrenology and Palmistry" 1990. at Haber Space/Central Booking.

Oct - Jan NYC Additional events TBA. Stay in touch on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/barbara.rosenthal1
Feb BERLIN: VIDEO - Boddinale Film Festival Feb dates-TBA
Feb BERLIN: SOLO PHOTOGRAPHY - Studio Baustelle Feb dates-TBA

Barbara Rosenthal



7. Paul McMahon, Linda Mary Montano, FF Alumns, at 321 Gallery, Brooklyn, Oct. 22

I'm playing necks Thursday at 8; October 22 - 22 songs w my double Linda Mary Montano in my show '44' at 321gallery, 321 Washington ave, Brooklyn 321gallery.org

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8. Rae C Wright, FF Alumn, now online at https://www.facebook.com/Howeds.

Rae C Wright, FF Alumn, shoots third installment of "Howeds". Rae C Wright plays a Jewish, Edison, New Jersey mother of a teenage son who falls in with the 'wrong' crowd in this feature about cultural claustrophobia in suburban America. The third of the four installments of this shoot begins Oct. 19 - ends Oct 23. For more information https://www.facebook.com/Howeds.



9. Stephanie Brody-Lederman, FF Alumn, at Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, Oct. 24, 2015-Jan. 3, 2016, and more

Stephanie Brody-Lederman at Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton
October 24 - Jan 3, 2016
"Dancing With Truffault" and at Sara Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, NY "Out Gallivanting," opening November14th

Stephanie Brody-Lederman's paintings and mixed media works combine her observations and memories of visual occurrences with text gleaned from conversation, poetry and other sources. Brody-Lederman's personal narratives are imbued with emotionally charged undertones that generate "impressionistic portraits of uncertain psychic atmospheres"*. It is this ambient concern for the mysteries of human nature and affairs of the heart that lends a universal context to the work.

Stephanie Brody-Lederman has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards and has exhibited nationally and internationally, including OK Harris, Musee Bourdelle in Paris, The Museum of Modern Art, NY and The Cooper Hewitt. Her work is held in public collections such as Tate London, The Brooklyn Museum and MoMa, NY.

There will be an opening reception at Guild Hall in East Hampton for her solo exhibition,

Dancing with Truffaut, on Saturday, October 24th, 4 - 6 p.m. The exhibition will run through Jan. 3rd.

On Saturday, Nov. 14th Brody-Lederman will give a talk about her work at Guild Hall, East Hampton at 11:30 a.m.

For more information and images contact Sara Nightingale (631)-793-2256 sara@saranightingale.com or Karyn Mannix (516) 318-0000 karynmannix@optonline.net.



10. John Kelly, FF Alumn, autumn events

John Kelly Performance Fall 2015 Newsletter

Exhibition / Secrets of the Great Pyramid: The Pyramid Cocktail Lounge as Cultural Laboratory (http://static1.squarespace.com/static/550de726e4b07d4393ab2e37/t/561d13c6e4b051ac164db3b4/1444746182777/Pyramid_Page.pdf)

Oct. 17 - Nov. 7, 2015 Howl! Happening 6 East 1st Street, NYC

In December of 1981 I performed at the opening night of The Pyramid Cocktail Lounge on Avenue A in the then very different East Village. So I'm especially pleased to be included in this group show curated by Brian Butterick (aka Hattie Hathaway) and to be performing a song at the opening night Café Iguana Tribute. The exhibition pays tribute to the famed 80s nightclub that became the epicenter of the nascent EV/LES artistic community and eventually sparked a cultural revolution in music, dance, theater, video, fine arts, performance art, activism, feminism and LBGT politics.

The show includes works by Antony/Blacklips, Billy Beyond, Jayne County, Peter Cramer, Flloyd, Greer Lankton, Tanya Ransom, Tweed Theaterworks, Jack Waters, FF Alumn, David Wojnarowicz and many others. Be sure to check out the project's series of live events as well.

Recent Summer Performances / Love of a Poet at River to River Festival June, 2015

Our reconstruction of Love of a Poet (http://lmcc.net/event/love-of-a-poet/) , marking the 25th anniversary of the work, was presented by LMCC's River to River Festival on Governors Island in June. It was challenging and exhilarating to re-inhabit a pivotal work from early in my career, to once again sing Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe song cycle, and collaborate with visual artist Jarrod Beck (http://jarrodcharlesbeck.com/Jarrod%20Beck%202.html) who completely re-envisioned the work as a major installation in the sprawling basement space of the Arts Center. The show was a great success and played to sold out houses. A huge Danke to all our brilliant collaborators, LMCC and our audiences!
~ more photos from Love of a Poet (http://johnkellyperformance.org/wp2/performances/love-of-a-poet-2015/)
~ and for a beautiful video clip look here on Vimeo (https://vimeo.com/139802128)

Summer Residency / MacDowell Colony Summer 2015
I spent part of the summer in residency at the MacDowell Colony (http://www.macdowellcolony.org/about.html) where I made great progress on my graphic novel A Friend Gave Me A Book, and it was the perfect extension to the work I'd achieved at the Yaddo Art Colony (http://www.yaddo.org/) last January. It's based on the monologue and song lyrics from my 2011 work The Escape Artist (http://johnkellyperformance.org/wp2/performances/the-escape-artist/), and includes scores of images taken from the video component of that performance work. I am so excited about this project and its possibilities--as book, print edition, and exhibition.

Several panels from A Friend Gave Me A Book were recently included in an exhibition at the Painting Department Gallery at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Upcoming Workshop & Informal Showings /
February 2016 Abrons Arts Center, NYC

In February we will be developing my latest project, Time No Line (http://johnkellyperformance.org/wp2/projects-2/time-no-line/) , in a workshop at Abrons Arts Center (http://www.abronsartscenter.org/?referrer=https://www.google.com/) . This initial workshop will include informal public showings (dates to be announced early 2016).

Time No Line is being conceived as a series of performance and media works based on 40 years of my handwritten journals. I also plan for it to be an actual book, it is a memoir after all! My life and career have overlapped some significant cultural, social, political and historic benchmarks, and I'm thrilled to dive into my personal history and find ways of describing how it intersected with the larger picture of our shared history.

Thank you, as always, for your continued interest in our work.
~ John

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11. Babs Reingold, Barbara Kruger, Elizabeth Murray, and Pat Steir, FF Alumns, at Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL, thru Jan. 24, 2016

Dear Friends,
I'm pleased to participate in:

"Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960s to the Present"
October 17, 2015 to January 24, 2016

The Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg Florida purchased the monotype "Tree With Nine Moons No 1" (See below) in 2013 with funds donated by Martha and Jim Sweeney. This is an excellent exhibition and should not be missed if you are in St. Petersburg. I'm also quite pleased to have my print exhibited next to a beautiful Kiki Smith and near a work by Lesley Dill.

This exhibition celebrates the pivotal role that women have played in contemporary American printmaking. In addition to pioneering artists like Helen Frankenthaler, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, and Anni Albers who often worked in the print medium, women also founded some of the most important print studios in the United States. The printmaking process is an intensely collaborative one, between artist and printer. It is also a highly physical process, requiring strength, stamina, and technical prowess-Marks Made tells the story of what happens in the studio and the resulting artworks.
Conveying the breadth of innovation of both technique and conceptual approaches that have emerged in printmaking over the past 50 years, Marks Made makes no generalizations about women's approach to artmaking. Themes of abstraction, realism, craft, appropriation strategies, activism, and the translation of one's primary medium to printmaking will all be explored in this expansive exhibition featuring over 75 works.
The Museum has built an extensive collection of prints by American women including works by Vija Celmins, Janet Fish, Helen Frankenthaler, Ellen Gallagher, Yvonne Jacquette, Joyce Kozloff, Lee Krasner, Barbara Kruger, Hung Liu, Joan Mitchell, Elizabeth Murray, Judy Pfaff, Susan Rothenberg, and Pat Steir. Museum supporters Martha and Jim Sweeny have been dedicated to increasing awareness of the role of women in contemporary printmaking, and have made invaluable contributions to this collection, which is augmented by select loans for the exhibition.



12. Joseph Kosuth, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Gallery, Manhattan, opening Nov. 6

'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology' an Installation by Joseph Kosuth
November 7 through December 19, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, November 6, from 6 to 8pm
Sean Kelly is delighted to announce 'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology,' a major installation of neon works over five decades by internationally acclaimed Conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth. This will be Kosuth's first exhibition at the gallery since 2011 and his first exhibition in the new space. The opening reception will take place on Friday, November 6, from 6 to 8pm, the artist will be present.

Featuring over forty works dating from 1965 to the present, the installation simultaneously chronicles Kosuth's fifty-year investigation into the role of language and meaning in art, and his consistent use of neon. The exhibition includes historic early works, featuring one of the most important neons Kosuth ever made, 'Five Fives (to Donald Judd)' [blue], (1965), alongside more recent works such as his 'Camus Illuminated' series (2013). Installed in a response to the gallery's specific architectural space, 'Agnosia, an Illuminated Ontology' will employ areas never before activated for exhibition purposes, creating an all-encompassing and profound experience for the viewer.

For more information, please visit skny.com

For press inquiries, please contact Christine McMonagle at the gallery (212.239.1181) or via email at christine@skny.com
For all other inquiries, please contact Cecile Panzieri at the gallery (212.239.1181) or via email at cecile@skny.com



13. Alicia Grullon, FF Alumn, now online

Hello! In case you missed the re-staging of "Revealing New York: The Disappearance of Other" for Art in Odd Places' RECALL curated by Sara Reisman and Kendal Henry here's a quick write up.
More soon.




14. Eric Bogosian, David Cale, FF Alumns, at The Players, Manhattan, Nov. 16-17

100 Monologues Benefit Performances for PS122's GPS Campaign

Many of you reading this were with us on the night we honored Eric Bogosian at the 2006 Gala. Almost 10 years after that momentous coming together, we're happy to bring him and his work to the stage once more. This is an occasion not to be missed. Won't you join us?

Eric has a long history with PS122. He's tried out new material on our stages, tested characters with our audiences and has remained a long time supporter of the organization. It only makes sense that Eric, director Jo Bonney and Executive Producer Anson Mount would team up to bring 100 Monologues to PS122 in support of our Give Performance Space campaign.

Join us Nov 16 + 17 for these two celebratory evenings to benefit our return home.
Details and Ticket info on the performances below.

Read more about the Give Performance Space campaign

Eric Bogosian's
100 Monologues
Directed by Jo Bonney
Executive Producer Anson Mount

To benefit our return to the East Village, PS122 brings together widely acclaimed playwright Eric Bogosian and director Jo Bonney along with their close friends for two-nights of hand-selected performances from Bogosian's 100 Monologues series. Originally performed by Bogosian himself, many of these Off-Broadway solos were first seen on the stages at PS122 between 1980 and 2006. Read more

Featuring performances by Dylan Baker, Eric Bogosian, David Cale, Michael Chernus, Richard Kind, Anson Mount, Jennifer Tilly, and more to be announced!

Nov 16 + 17, 8pm
Tickets & Info
$122 performance; $222 VIP package with premium seating, cocktails and signed Bogosian swag
at The Players, 16 Gramercy Park S in Manhattan



15. Helene Aylon, FF Alumn, autumn events

Various events this Fall for Goings On:

Sunday, October 25, 2015, 2 p.m.
Presentation: "A Modern Art Dealer and Her Artist Friends: Betty Parsons, Helene Aylon, and Saul Steinberg"
Art historian Professor Reva Wolf will play the audio recording of Helene Aylon's intimate conversation with Betty Parsons - followed by a discussion with Wolf and Aylon.
Dorsky Museum - SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
(Accessible from NYC via the Trailways bus)

Ongoing to November 5, 2015
"New York, New Work: Contemporary Jewish Art from NYC"
Jerusalem Biennale - Group Show
Polonsky Building - Van Leer Research Institute
43 Jabotinsky St
Jerusalem, Israel
(Exhibit will travel in late November to the Ein Harod Museum of Art in Israel)

October 13 - December 1, 2015
Group Exhibition:
"Rooted: The Ecological Duality of Nature and Jewish Identity"
Manny Cantor Center
197 East Broadway (at Jefferson Street)
New York, NY 10002 (Lower East Side)

November 8, 2015
Creative Catalyst Symposium for Socially Engaged Jewish Art - 9am - 4:30pm Helene Aylon will be speaking around 10:30am Manny Cantor Center
197 East Broadway (at Jefferson Street)
New York, NY 10002 (Lower East Side)

November 5 - December 6, 2015
Group Show - "Biblical Inspiration in a Secular Time"
Rider University Art Gallery
2038 Lawrenceville Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
(Accessible from NYC via the Trenton rail station and taxi or 606 bus) Opening Reception - Thursday, November 5, 5-7pm Artist's Talk - Thursday, November 12, 7pm (includes screening of "Written Behind My Back" which premiered at The Jewish Museum and is currently showing at the Jerusalem Biennale)

Artist Reception October 21 5-8:30pm
Group Show - "Evil: A Matter of Intent"
Hebrew Union College
1 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012
(On exhibit currently until June 30, 2016)



16. Ruth Hardinger, FF Alumn, at Five Myles, Brooklyn, Nov. 1

Trace/Matter: Panel Discussion

Sunday, November 1, 2015
4:00pm 5:00pm

Architect Martin Kropac and philosopher Tom Huhn discuss the building of memory through art with curator Charlotta Kotik and artists Ruth Hardinger and Kara Rooney.

Five Myles, 558 St. John's Place, Brooklyn NY 11238

Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 1-6pm
Directions: Take 2, 3, 4 or 5 trains to Franklin Avenue. Walk two blocks against the traffic on Franklin. Turn left on St Johns Place and walk 3/4 block to FiveMyles.
FiveMyles is also within easy walking distance from the Brooklyn Museum and the Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum (2 and 3 trains) subway stop.



Goings On is compiled weekly by Harley Spiller