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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
July 20, 2004

1. Vivian Babuts, Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art recipient 2003-04, presents "Divine Interventions" at Dixon Place, Hot Festival, TONITE, 9:30pm
2. Peter Frank, FF Alumn, announces Art Circles, art documentation project
3. William Pope.L, FF Alumn, on New York Foundation for the Arts website.
4. Joni Mabe, FF Alumn, 5th Annual Elvis festival, August 7, Cornelia, Georgia
5. Kathy Westwater, FF Alumn, at Stuyvesant Cove Park, Manhattan, July 27-Aug. 1
6. Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, CA, performance webcasts, July 29-31.
7. Nicolás Dumit Estévez, Plight, at Here Arts Center, July 21, 7:30 pm.
8. Alice Eve Cohen, FF Alumn, on Channel 13, July 22nd.
9. Yoko Ono, FF Alumn, at Printed Matter, Summer 2004, opening July 21, 5-7 pm
10. Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn, new photographs now online.
11. Paul McMahon, FF Alumn, at Pianos, Manhattan, July 31, midnight.
12. Jack Waters/Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, win award for Le Petit Versailles garden.
13. Rae C. Wright, FF Alumn, in Roxbury, NY, Aug. 5-14
14. Julia Scher, Dread Scott, Raul Zamudio, FF Alumns, at White Box thru Sept. 4, 2004
15. Susana Cook, FF Alumn, at Dixon Place, thru July 24th.
16. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Wild Cat Studio, July 24, 8-11 pm
17. Epstein & Hassan, FF Alumns, at Sweet Rhythm, NY, July 22 & 29
18. Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, launches new website, www.inspectorcollector.com


1. Vivian Babuts, Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art recipient 2003-04, presents "Divine Interventions" at Dixon Place, Hot Festival, TONITE, 9:30pm

Vivian Babuts debuts her first full-length solo performance show for one monstrously divine evening as part of Dixon Place's HOT! Festival: NYC Celebration of Queer Culture.

as part of Queer Fests NYC
Created, Written, and Performed by Vivian Babuts
Tuesday July 20th, 9:30pm
Dixon Place
258 Bowery (between Houston & Prince), NYC
Tickets: $12 in advance (at www.theatermania.com) $15
at door, $10 students & seniors
Reservations (strongly recommended): 212-219-0736

Vivian Babuts, bares her consummated hermaphroditic soul in this hairy-raising collection of raw and provocative live performances exploring the powerful role of the "Other" in our society - and in ourselves, and our simultaneous attraction and revulsion toward this monster of our own creation. The work expresses the powerlessness and rage, as well as the determination and empowerment accompanying her/it/our attempts for survival and a voice in this highly charged time/space reality we know as our current contemporary world. All the distinctions we thought we could count on, like fantasy and reality, private and public, male and female, straight and gay, are all crumbling like the tall towering egos of our past. And as we run for our lives! - we're headed directly toward an age of enlightenment. Queer, but true.

Vivian Babuts was born in Syracuse, NY - the daughter of Romanian immigrants. She has performed her solo works and exhibited her photographs over the years in various venues in New York City; Syracuse, NY; and Uzdin, Serbia; including Dixon Place, WOW Café Theater, LaMama Theater Annex, I Gallery, and Light Work Gallery. She is many things - including the love of your life.

"A radical and brilliantly executed red-carpet performance of monstrously divine proportions." - one might call it

This performance is 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.


2. Peter Frank, FF Alumn, announces Art Circles, art documentation project

Peter Frank, FF Alumn, is editor of Art Circles, a public service project fore the documentation of art. You can learn about Art Circles at their website, www.artcircles.org


3. William Pope.L, FF Alumn, on New York Foundation for the Arts website

William Pope.L, FF Alumn, has written an article that appears on the NYFA website,


4. Joni Mabe, FF Alumn, 5th Annual Elvis festival, August 7, Cornelia, Georgia

5th Annual Big E Festival :-P
Sat. August 7, 2004
Loudermilk Boarding House Museum
271 Foreacre St., Cornelia, Georgia 30531
BAR-B-QUE, Boiled Peanuts,
A Hunka, Hunka Live ELVIS IMPERSONATORS, Grandma's Home-made Ice Cream, P-nut Butter & Banana Sandwiches, moon pies, Roasted Peanuts, snowballs, tours of Everything Elvis, Cold drinks, Door Prizes, Elvis Trivia, Raffles, Cruize in - Cadillac Row, & much more. CASH Awards and prizes for Best Elvi - First thru Fifth Place , Youth Category with First thru third place winners, and a whole lot of shakin' goin' on. Museum opens at 10 AM. ETA Competition starts at 11:00am and ends when Elvis leaves the building.

Ghost Radio will be performing an Elvis set as well as J. B Slicker, who worked with Elvis, will read his poem, written in 1977 - An Ode to Elvis.
Bring the whole Family and lawn chairs!!!

For more info call:
706-778-4654 - Habersham Chamber of Commerce
Directions from Atlanta: Take 85 North to 985 to 365. Get off at the Clarkesville, Helen, Demorest exit. Go right on 441 Business, Go thru 2 red lights to the center of Cornelia. Cross Railroad Tracks. Take second left onto Foreacre St. Go 2 blocks. Museum is on left. Park across the street in Church parking lot. Hampton Inn is giving special Elvis Rates for Friday and Sat. nights. August 1 and 2. It is located right when you exit off 365 onto 441 business. Days Inn is also giving special Elvis rates for those two night. It is located on Level Grove Road. Both motels are about 2.4 miles from museum. Hampton Inn 706-778-0040; Days Inn - 706-778-7700


5. Kathy Westwater, FF Alumn, at Stuyvesant Cove Park, Manhattan, July 27-Aug. 1

The Community Environmental Center Site Specific Solar Series Presents

Interspecies Love, Part 1: Twisted (A New Work In Progress)
By Kathy Westwater

Tuesday and Thursday, July 27th & 29th, at 6:30 pm
Sunday, August 1 at 3:30 pm and 5:30 pm
Outdoors at Stuyvesant Cove Park (23rd Street and the East River)

The Community Environmental Center Site Specific Solar Series presents choreographer Kathy Westwater's Interspecies Love, Part 1: Twisted, a neo-romantic melodrama inspired by cross species culture. In this duet delineation among human, animal, mind, and body transform moment to moment, challenging perceptions of time, space, memory, myth, how we relate to other species, and ourselves.

About her recent work Tobi Tobias of The Village Voice wrote, "Westwater's Dark Matter, Part 1: Frontier & Part 2: Dynasty evokes primordial life with intimations of the highly evolved organisms that would emerge from it. Westwater reminds us that we are irrevocably connected, not merely biologically but also psychologically, to that original ooze and the blunt impulses that lay within it." Interspecies Love, Part 1: Twisted is performed by Abby Block and Kathy Westwater with music by Peter Kirn.

This Program Is Curated By Tamar Rogoff And Shared With Choreographer Marion


6. Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, CA, performance webcasts, July 29-31

The Beall Center for Art and Technology is pleased to present

"Demotic...of or pertaining to the current ordinary everyday form of a language; of or pertaining to the common people."

Co creators: Antoinette LaFarge + Robert Allen
Stage Director: Robert Allen
Online Director: Antoinette LaFarge
Sound Artists: Maria de los Angeles Esteves and Jeff Ridenour
Theater Actor: Tracey Leigh
Online Performers: Ursula Endlicher, Lise Patt, Richard Smoley, Heather Wagner
Additional Text: Marlena Corcoran, Richard Foerstl

"Demotic" is a performance work about American Memory, a single character whose many voices are woven together into a complex texture of language, sound, and music to create a kind of covert national anthem.

Project Description:
How do we best portray the multiplicity underlying the American experience? In "Demotic," artists Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen harness the Internet and the stage to create a performance work exploring American Memory. Made possible through the Beall Center's high speed connectivity, the performance features a single live actor who draws on an ensemble of sound artists, dispersed performers, avatars, and the everyday experience of online citizens. From this tour-de-force improvisation emerges both a complex texture of language, sound, and music and a contemporary national anthem.

Performances will take place at the Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, CA.

There will be three performances only:
Thurs., July 29 at 7pm
Fri., July 30 at 7pm
Sat., July 31 at 7pm

Admission is free but seating is limited. Reservations are suggested (949) 824-4339
Directions: http://beallcenter.uci.edu/directions/directions.htm

All performances of "Demotic" will be webcast live via RealAudio at this address
(Your web browser should automatically launch the RealAudio player.
If it doesn't, you can connect to this address by launching either
RealPlayer or RealOne Player.)


7. Nicolás Dumit Estévez, Plight, at Here Arts Center, July 21, 7:30 pm

Dear Friends,
Rocio Aranda-Alvarado and I are hoping that you will join us for "Plight," an evening of performance pieces by "EA50" artist Nicolás Dumit Estévez and self-appointed psychotherapist Lisa Levy (details below). To avoid a panel at all costs, both artists have chosen alternative formats to probe the most pressing concerns of professional artists and to open dialogues that will be both informative and entertaining. It's also a great excuse to bring your friends down to the exhibit and buy raffle tickets!

As part of the evening, Lisa will invite three artist-audience members to her couch to discuss any issue related to his or her lifestyle, professionally or otherwise. As EA50 artists, we would like to offer you the first opportunity to participate. Please email me and let me know if you would like to be called on stage. We will put your name in a hat among other interested EA50 artists and select randomly. You are welcome to tell us what your issues are in 1-2 sentences, but we would prefer that you remain open to the improvisational format-in other words, there is no need to rehearse or invent a serious neurosis before the show!

Read on and spread the word. We look forward to seeing you!

Best wishes,
Ellen Staller and Rocio Aranda-Alvarado

A two part evening featuring performances by Nicholas Estevez & Lisa Levy
in conjunction with EA50: HEREArt's Emerging Artist Raffle Installation #8

Wednesday, JULY 21, 2004 at 7:30PM

HERE Arts Center, 145 6th Ave (between Spring & Broome), NYC
Price: $10(performance only)/$15(includes an EA50 raffle ticket!)
Purchase tickets in advance at www.here.org, or at 212/868-4444.

Part 1. Nicholas Estevez: "A.P. (Artist's Proof)" - 35min.
When I've been invited to perform, I've often settled for a kitchen, a lobby, a subway platform, a restaurant, a market stall or reception desk, but hardly ever for a theater space.
- Nicolás Dumit Estévez

In "A.P." Estévez intentionally selects HEREart's 75-seat theater space to discuss his art practice through a chronological slide presentation formatted as a performative exercise.

Part 2. Lisa Levy: "Psychotherapy Live!" - The Emerging Session - 45min Performance artist and self-appointed psychotherapist, Lisa Levy invites emerging artists to the couch in special version of her interactive performance piece Psychotherapy Live! Dr. Levy cures audience volunteers of their "issues" with the collective help of everyone else watching. It's a unique improvisational format that's helpful, insightful and funnier than Dr. Phil on Valium. After 20 years of being in therapy herself, Dr, Levy is quite qualified to tell other people what's wrong with them. She applies her psychological insights in 13-minute sessions. Meanwhile, everyone watching is invited to offer their own HELPFUL advice.

On July 21, Psychotherapy Live! Dr. Levy will be dealing exclusively with the issues of three aspiring artist-audience members, presenting a broader survey for all of us on the life of the emerging.

credits: Created and performed by: Lisa Levy; Jim Conley as "The Assistant"; Directed by Gary Upton Schwartz; Stage Managed by Jon Birdseye.

Plight is a HEREArt performance event in conjunction with EA50: HEREArt's Emerging Artist Raffle Installation #8, curated by Rocio Aranda-Alvarado and Ellen Staller.

Visit www.here.org. to purchase tickets for "Plight" and for more information on EA50.
We hope to see you on July 21!

For tickets and info:
HERE Arts Center
145 6th Ave (between Spring & Broome)
NYC 10013


8. Alice Eve Cohen, FF Alumn, on Channel 13, July 22nd

"Clotheslines," music composed by Alice Eve Cohen; FF Alumn, is part of the Emmy Award-winning experimental documentary by Roberta Cantow, to be shown on July 22 on Reel New York, Channel 13


9. Yoko Ono, FF Alumn, at Printed Matter, Summer 2004, opening July 21, 5-7 pm

Printed Matter, Inc. is very pleased to announce the opening of our summer exhibition, Yoko Ono. Editions, Ephemera and Printed Works. On view throughout Summer 2004, the exhibition will feature a wide range of material from the early 1960s to the present. Some pieces will be for sale while others, long out of print, will serve as a framework for the work of this committed avant-garde artist. The opening reception for the exhibition will take place at Printed Matter on Wednesday, July 21, 2004 from 5 to 7 PM. Printed Matter is located at 535 West 22nd Street between 10th and 11th Avenues.

Yoko Ono is known internationally as one of the most challenging and influential artists of our age. She has created revolutionary music, performance, film and visual art since the 1960s. Her engagement with language, concept and viewer participation had a strong influence on the formation of Fluxus, and she was among the first artists to practice what later came to be called "Conceptual Art." Her poetic projects operate on both intimate and global scales, linking experiences of personal transformation with the possibility of political transformation through thoughtful action.

Ono's engagement with simple, human activities and her belief in the power of the mind to realize good through visualization, led her to create profound ephemeral works of art seamlessly integrated into everyday life. These works often took the form of instructions - for music, paintings, events, objects and films. They were collected for the first time in her seminal 1964 artist's book Grapefruit, which, from 1970 on, has been re-published in many languages and editions. Perhaps more copies of Grapefruit have been printed than any other artist's book.

As an organization dedicated to artists' publications as an alternative and accessible venue for artists' ideas and artworks, Printed Matter is proud to present the work of someone who so inventively and energetically uses printed material as an integral part of her work. We are delighted to exhibit documents from Ono's early performances, exhibitions, and installations in addition to examples of her mailed artworks, artists' books, and a 1965 price list (a conceptual work in itself). Post cards and posters from her collaborative work with John Lennon, War is Over! (If You Want It), will be displayed alongside buttons, cards and posters from her current peace campaigns, Imagine Peace, and Remember Love. The image of a naked bottom that filled all public advertising space in the small town of Langenhagen, Germany for In Celebration of Being Human, covers umbrellas, stickers, shopping bags, newspapers and posters that will be for sale at Printed Matter during the exhibition.

Yoko Ono's works and 15,000 other artists' publications will be available from Printed Matter's web site: www.printedmatter.org. A complete checklist will be posted to our website on July 21, 2004.

For additional information, please contact David Platzker, Executive Director, Printed Matter, Inc. at dplatzker@printedmatter.org or the coordinator of this exhibition - Rachel Bers at (212) 925-0325 or at rbers@printedmatter.org

Printed Matter, Inc. is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1976 by artists and art workers with the mission to foster the appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists' books and other artists' publications.

Printed Matter has received support, in part, through grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York Arts Recovery Fund, The Altria Group, Inc., Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, Fifth Floor Foundation, Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, JP Morgan Chase, LEF Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and private foundations and individuals worldwide.

Printed Matter, Inc. is not affiliated with, nor a division of, any other non-profit organization.

Printed Matter, Inc.
535 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011
T: 212 925 0325
F: 212 925 0464


10. Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn, new photographs now online

Hello. I thought you might enjoy seeing a couple of my photos easily accessed
online at
thank you
Deborah Garwood, FF Alumn


11. Paul McMahon, FF Alumn, at Pianos, Manhattan, July 31, midnight

ARMY OF LOVE will play at Pianos on Ludlow Street below Stanton on Saturday night July 31 at midnight. This band is truly exciting and is fronted by a young crawdad named Amanda Jo Williams from LaGrange Georgia by way of Woodstock NY. Paul McMahon, her ex and co-parent of three year old twin girls is playing lead guitar. This band is happening. Catch them if you can.


12. Jack Waters/Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, win award for Le Petit Versailles garden

Dear Friends & Gardeners of Le Petit Versailles,
Congratulations! Le Petit Versailles is a winner of a 2004 Mollie Parnis Dress Up Your Neighborhood grant from the Citizens for NYC and a Neighborhood Open Space Management grant from The Trust for Public Land. These grants go directly to our public programming which will include upcoming herbal workshops with Lata Kennedy, film-The Beast WIthin & Avant Garde(n), theater-The Living Room,Kawaisoo: The Pity of Things and more celestial observations. SO please join us for our events this weekend which include En Plain AIr Photo Studio with Tom Warren and a reading by Indra Tamang. More details are below.

Also...I just received an update for the Neighborhood Open Space Coalition
regarding the garden liability insurance for the upcoming year.The costs have gone up and it forces me in the position of having to solicit your help to defray the operating costs of having the garden open to the public. Any contribution for ten to one million dollars! will be of assistance. We're not pay pal connected so your tax deductible contribution payable to Allied Productions, Inc. earmarked for Petit Versailles can be sent to PO BOX 20260 NEW YORK NEW YORK 10009-8971. Thanks for your support and visit us often to support the events. Everyone is welcome. Peter Cramer aka (Pluscorepierre)

Le Petit Versailles Season 2004
346 East Houston Street < avenue b + c >
F/V train to Second Ave. J/M to Delancey Street.
All Events Rain or Shine
By donation ($5) or whatever you can - Food, Drinks!
www.alliedproductions.org, 212.529.8815

July 24 Saturday 6- 8pm
Tom Warren open air Photo Studio
Have your portrait taken. www.tomwarren.com

8pm Reading
Indra Tamang
in association with Goodie Magazine/ Panther Books
Indra Tamang is a photographer and collagist. During the Studio 54 era, he photographed everyone in the world. He didn't know who many of them were, having only left Nepal in 1974. He met Charles Henri Ford while he was working in the pantry of the hotel in which Charles was staying. When he left the first time, they went to Paris. Indra met Man Ray, Edouard Roditi and Leonor Fini first. In New York, Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey were first, as well as Dali, Sylvia Miles, John and Yoko, on and on. Indra can tell stories of Charles's flirtations with Gertrude Stein, and he can tell about castrating a bull in his little village, where his mother still lives in Nepal. He is truly an amazing person with one foot in each of two very different and interesting worlds.

Events are made possible by Allied Productions,Inc.,
Gardeners & Friends of LPV, Citizens for NYC,
The Trust for Public Land, GreenThumb/NYC Dept. of Parks,
Materials for the Arts; NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs,
NYC Dept. of Sanitation, & NYC Board of Education.
LPV Exhibitions are made possible with public funds
from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State agency.



13. Rae C. Wright, FF Alumn, in Roxbury, NY, Aug. 5-14

Rae C. Wright, FF Alumn, plays the three leading ladies in: "Natural History", a great new play by Jennifer Camp, produced by the Todd Mountain Theater Project at the Roxbuy Arts Group in Roxbury NY (the Catskills!) AUGUST 5,6,7 AT 8pm AUGUST 8 AT 2pm AUGUST 12,13,14 AT 8pm

this intelligent passionate very funny and moving work-- is about courage and love - four different segments - all set in the Museum of Natural History.


14. Julia Scher, Dread Scott, Raul Zamudio, FF Alumns, at White Box thru Sept. 4, 2004

July 7, 2004 - September 4, 2004
Opening Receptions Every Wednesday throughout the Run of the Exhibition
525 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
Tel 212-714-2347

Make Nice concept by Larry Litt and Juan Puntes
Organized by Raul Zamudio

Make Nice will be the theme of the fifth edition of White Box's annual summer series, Six Feet Under. As in previous years, Make Nice will consist of exhibitions mounted by critics and curators who will take possession of White Box's exhibition space for the duration of one week each. These exhibitions are viewed through the sidewalk-level large window and in (VIDEOBOX), a division of White Box located in another outdoor window. This year the topic specifically addresses the Republican National Convention, which is to be staged in New York from August 29 through September 2, 2004. The premise is that the curators, and the artists they select, respond to an ad-campaign featuring Ed Koch in which he tells New Yorkers: "The Republicans are Coming, Make Nice." This superfluous comment, that New Yorkers or anyone visiting New York this summer should not voice their opinion against the Republicans nor harass them at their National Convention is paradoxically the prime motivation for White Box to invite curators and artists to add their voices.

(VIDEOBOX): Daniel Pflumm, selected by Michele Thursz
JULY 6th - JULY 10th
Opening reception: Wednesday, July 7th 6-8 pm
Curated by Eleanor Heartney, Critic and Author of Postmodern Heretics and Larry Litt, Filmmaker, producer of Before You Don't Vote...Advice to the Angry, Apathetic and Alienated

(VIDEOBOX): Lutz Bacher
JULY 13th - JULY 17th
Opening reception: Wednesday, July 14th 6-8 pm
Curated by Lawrence Rinder, Dean of Graduate Studies at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Adjunct Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art

JULY 20th - JULY 24th
Opening reception: Wednesday, July 21st 6-8 pm
Curated by Norman Kleeblatt, Curator of Fine Arts, The Jewish Museum

* With help from White Box Local 525

(VIDEOBOX) Julia Scher
JULY 27th - JULY 31st
Opening reception: Wednesday, July 28th 6-8 pm
Curated by Michael Rush, Curator/Critic

(VIDEOBOX): To be selected by Defne Ayas
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 4th 6-8 pm
Curated by Lorand Hegyi, Director Musee de Saint Etienne, France

(VIDEOBOX): Mariam Ghani
AUGUST 10th -AUGUST 14th
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 11th 6-8 pm
Curated by Melissa Chiu, Director, Asia Society

(VIDEOBOX): Andrew Demirijian, selected by Raul Zamudio
AUGUST 17th -AUGUST 21st
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 18th 6-8 pm
Curated by Jonathan Gilmore, Ph.D. Costen Fellow, Princeton University

***Targets, an installation by Joyce Kozloff will be installed in White Box

Curated by Joyce Pomeroy Schwartz,

(VIDEOBOX): Ernest Larsen and Sherry Millner
AUGUST 24th -AUGUST 28th
Opening Reception: Wednesday, August 25th 6-8 pm
Curated by John Hanhardt, Senior Curator of Film and Video, Guggenheim Museum

(VIDEOBOX): David Beaudoin, Francesca Danieli and Julia Kim Smith
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 1st, 6-8 PM
Curated by Carla Stellweg, White Box and Independent Curator/Writer

* Program & Schedule Subject to Change.


15. Susana Cook, FF Alumn, at Dixon Place, thru July 24th

100 Years of Attitude
Written and directed by Susana Cook
"Everybody thought there were no lesbians in MacondoŠ"
Performed by J. Bob Alotta, Susana Cook, D'Lo, Alex Fogarty, Lisa Haas,
Audrey Kindred, Annie Lanzillotto, Mistah, Marisa Ragonese, Riley Snorton
and Simba Vangala.
Music by Julian Mesri
Lighting Design by Lucy Mackinnon
Performances: July 8-24, 2004
Susana Cook's 100 Years of Attitude constructs an allegory of worldly crisis which constantly jumps the divide between the surreal and the commonplace. Latin American Magic Realism meets Global Logic Terrorism in this frenzied clash of sanctifiers, executioners, lesbian homeowners, and some very undistinguished guests - all fighting to make their way in one queer land of make believe. This epic tale of love, valor, and staged compassion follows the family of women as they venture beyond death and silence to embark on a 100-year journey in search of progress and their very own dramatic reappearance. Cook welcomes you to a world of adaptation and civilization - gone awry - as only she could tell it. Her artistic approach has been described as Argentinean-Butch-Political-Performance-Art and, as with all of her work, 100 Years of Attitude deftly combines political satire, dark humor, and non-traditional branches of theater, to create this tour de force of biting social commentary.

Dixon Place, 258 Bowery 2nd Floor

Performances Thursdays-Saturdays, thru July 24 at 8pm
$15 at door; $12 advance; $10 students/seniors
Reservations: 212.219.0736 www.theatermania.com
Dixon Place is located at 258 Bowery, 2nd Floor, between Prince and Houston Streets


16. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Wild Cat Studio, July 24, 8-11 pm

an inter-active journey into deep love
by shamanistic performance artist Frank Moore,
friends, lovers, special guests, and you.

Saturday, July 24, 2004
8pm til 11pm
$5-$50 sliding scale

Wild Cat Studio, Berkeley
2525 - 8th Street (at Dwight Way)
Studio #15
bring pillow/blanket, musical instruments.

for more info:
see poster at: http://www.eroplay.com/events.html


17. Epstein & Hassan, FF Alumns, at Sweet Rhythm, NY, July 22 & 29

Epstein and Hassan, FF Alumns, present Black/Jew/Love at Sweet Rhythm, 88 7th Avenue South (between Bleecker and Grove), Thursdays July 22 and 29, 2 shows, 8 pm and 10 pm, $10. reservations 212-255-3626


18. Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, launches new website, www.inspectorcollector.com

In conjunction with the solo exhibition now on view at the Queens Museum of Art through October 24th, Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, has launched a new family website, www.inspectorcollector.com

The site was designed by Tiffany Ludwig, FF Alumn.



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