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August 31, 2004

1. Leon Ferrari, FF Alumn, at The Drawing Room, NY, Opening Sept 8, 6-8 pm
2. Peggy Diggs, FF Alumn, at Momenta Art and Flux Factory, NY, both opening Sept 10
3. Dominic McGill, Raul Zamudio, FF Alumns, at Unit B, Chicago, Sept 10 - Oct 3
4. Doug Beube, FF Alumn, at UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, opening Aug 19, 6-8 pm
5. Julie Talen, FF Alumn, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, thru Oct 24
6. Sonya Rapoport, FF Alumn, launches new web work at www.sonyarapoport.net
7. Paul Henry Ramirez, FF Alumn, at Mary Boone Gallery, NY, opening Sept 10, 5-7
8. Anahi Caceres, FF Alumn, announces video lecture in Perth, Australia
9. Billy X Curmano, FF Alumn, at Winona Arts Center, MN, Oct 13 - Nov 2, 2004
10. Peter Downsbrough, FF Alumn, at FRAC, Bourgogne, France, opening Sept 10
11. Kyong Park, FF Alumn, presents Shrinking Cities, in Berlin, Sept 4, 6 pm
12. Peter Cramer, Diane Torr, Jack Waters, FF Alumns, at Le Petit Versailles, Sept 04
13. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Cherry Lounge, SF, Sept 5, 10 pm
14. Willie Cole, FF Alumn, named to Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair of Art, U of Georgia
15. Siah Armajani, Adrian Piper, FF Alumns, featured in Art Papers, Sept/Oct 2004

1. Leon Ferrari, FF Alumn, at The Drawing Room, NY, Opening Sept 8, 6-8 pm

Leon Ferrari, FF Alumn, presents Politiscripts at The Drawing Room, 40 Wooster Street, September 9-October 23, 2004. Opening reception Wednesday September 8, 6-8 pm. Leon Ferrari: Politiscripts is the fist U.S. solo museum exhibt6oin of the Argentinean artist Leon Ferrari (b. 1920). The exhibition will docus on Ferrari's calligraphic drawings from the 1960s as they relate to his influential role in exploring art as a political agent.


2. Peggy Diggs, FF Alumn, at Momenta Art and Flux Factory, NY, both opening Sept 10

Peggy Diggs, FF Alumn, has work in two simultaneous exhibitions, as follows:

"No Return"
Momenta Art
72 Berry St.
opening Friday 9/10, 6-9pm

Momenta Art 72 Berry St. Brooklyn, NY 11211 momenta@momentaart.org ph/fx 718.218.8058

No Return Rutherford Chang, Peggy Diggs, Jed Ela, Rainer Ganahl, Lan Tuazon, Pawel Wojtasik Reception: Friday, September 10, 6-9 PM Exhibition Dates: September 10 through October 18, 2004 Gallery Hours: Friday through Monday, 12-6 PM Momenta Art opens its season with a group show evocative of an unseen world - a world of capital exchange, of currency, information, and waste. By making visible these unseen systems, No Return challenges and presents alternatives to the forces that shape our lives. Rutherford Chang's compulsive reconstructions of the New York Times renders the newspaper's political vocabulary into abstraction. The artist makes few choices regarding meaning or aesthetics beyond following a deliberate, often repetitive and labor-intensive process, displacing text and images from one realm of discourse into another. Peggy Diggs stamps currency with questions regarding the nature of wealth and poverty. The questions were developed after speaking with poor people in Greensboro, NC. From these conversations, the artist devised a series of questions aimed principally at the wealthy. These include: In what ways has money hurt you? What do you think is gained in poverty and lost through wealth? Do you feel the need to be paid for everything you do? These questions were stamped onto the edges of all bills that passed through her wallet over a period of four months. Jed Ela uses currency as his medium, weaving together one-dollar bills into objects: ladders, baskets, etc. He then offers these objects for sale at the value of the currency, requiring that buyers also agree never to resell them for a greater value. This agreement displaces the artistic status of these pieces, forcing them to remain as representations of economic capital. In the period of several months preceding the exhibition, Rainer Ganahl sent over 100 postcards to the gallery. The artist made his own postage stamps which he used to post the cards. Carrying the words, "Al Qaeda", "Afghanistan," and others, these stamps passed undetected through the US postal service, and most arrived at the gallery. With the Twin Towers printed on the image side and printed messages like, "Freedom Fries" and "Why Do They Hate Us" on the other, this project engaged with the political aftermath of the September 11th attacks, probing the very systems that represent security. Lan Tuazon's "Promissory Notes" is an artist-made currency project that provides a medium for trade, barter, and gift-giving. Tuazon distributes packets of her bills and obtains the written promise of their recipients to follow a proscribed method of continued distribution. In this project, art becomes money, bypassing the commodification of art in a way that is simultaneously crass and liberating. Pawel Wojtasik's ten minute video, Dark Sun Squeeze, presents the steady churning of a sewage treatment plant. As the end-point of the food chain, this video presents the bottom-line of all human economies and the complex technology we have had to develop to both cope with and hide this basic human reality. Dark Sun Squeeze uses light, movement and repetition to transform feces, a commodity with negative value, into something beautiful, processed for consumption. Rutherford Chang received a BA from Wesleyan University in psychology in 2002. Recent exhibitions include Global Priority, Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, NY, and AIM 23, Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY. Peggy Diggs received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1975. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States. Recent projects include Do Not Sleep, a digital mural with teens presented at the Eagles' Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, in 2003, and Finding Home, a banner project presented at a homeless women's shelter in Chicago. Jed Ela received a BA in studio art from Wesleyan University and Master of Science in Visual Studies from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2003. Rainer Ganahl attended the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York, in 1990-1991 and is a Master of Philosophy and History, University of Innsbruck. Recent exhibitions include The Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University Museum, New York , Museum of Modern Art, MUMOK, Vienna, Baumgartner Gallery, New York and Market Value, Cuchifritos, New York. Lan Tuazon attended the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, received an MFA from Yale University, and attended the Whitney Museum
Independent Study Program. Her work was recently included in the exhibition "Mirror" presented by the
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Pawel Wojtasik received an MFA from Yale University in 1996. He has exhibited at Artists Space, New York, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, and the National Museum, Minsk, Belarus. Momenta Art is a not-for-profit exhibition space. Our mission is to promote the work of emerging artists through two person shows, allowing artists separate project rooms and the distinct opportunity to present a substantial body of work. For most of these artists, this is their first opportunity to exhibit in New York outside of a group show. For each exhibition we publish a newsletter which lists other local galleries while providing further information about the work exhibited in our project rooms. This newsletter also contains a map of art spaces in the area, so for those unfamiliar with Williamsburg, Momenta is an excellent first stop in Brooklyn. Momenta Art is located at 72 Berry Street, ground floor, between N9th and N10th Sts. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. By subway, take the L train
to Bedford stop (the first stop in Brooklyn). Exit on the Bedford side. Walk one block towards the river to Berry Street. Make a right on Berry Street and continue 2 1/2 blocks. By car, take the outside lane of the Williamsburg Bridge to the first exit. Make a sharp right onto Broadway. Drive 2 1/2 blocks to Berry Street and make a right. Continue for approximately 10 blocks. Momenta Art is supported by Altria, The Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York Foundation on the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, The Greenwall Foundation, The Jerome Foundation, The Peter Norton Family Foundation, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.


"Refuse: Functional Art Objects and Music Made From Waste"
Flux Factory
3838 43rd St.
Long Island City
opening Friday 9/10, 8pm.
Flux Factory presents, REFUSE: functional art objects and music made
from waste Featuring works by, Boris Bally(borisbally.com), Lea Bogdan(coroflot.com/leadesigns.com), Ken Butler, Peggy Diggs, Joy Halsted, Nikolai Moderbacher(nikolaim.com), Cynthia Norton, John Parker(eyekhan.com), Sarah Hollis Perry, Philadelphia Dumpster Divers Neil Benson and Steve Thompson, Alyce Santoro(alycesantoro.com), SCRAPILE(bettencourtwood.com), Colleen Smiley, Meghan Trainor, Crispin Webb(crispinwebb.com), Peter Whitehead(healthyarts.com), Isac Zal(isaczal.com) and more. Opening Friday September 10 at 8pm, with post-punk art music and instruments by NEPTUNE (neptuneband.com) and sound sculptures played by Crispin Webb (crispinwebb.com) The show will run through September 25th, 8pm closing with musical performances by Ken Butler's voices of anxious objects, Peter Whitehead and Isac Zal. Admission is free and open to the public. FLUX FACTORY (is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization) 38-38 43rd Street Long Island City, NY 11101 close to R, V, G, N, W, and 7 trains see fluxfactory.org for directions and other information contact: jacob@fluxfactory.org NEPTUNE is a band from Boston that began in 1996 as a histories such as saw blades, bike parts and oil drums. Each instrument, including guitar bass and drum is sculpted from waste by band member Jason Sanford. Neptune plays loud noisy art punk that you can almost dance to. They have recorded several albums, toured throughout the United States and exhibited instruments in galleries. CRISPIN WEBB uses appropriated electronics, the nostalgic history of found objects, and fabricated switches to create interactive sound sculptures. He is currently undergoing a Masters in Sculpture at the Bard MFA program. Project statement There is an alchemical process that takes place when waste is converted into something useful. REFUSE is a collection of work by artists who apply this process to castaway raw materials reshaped into functional art objects and sound sculptures. The exhibit will include pieces whose emphasis is on form and function, making scavenged material an integral, possibly unapparent element of the work through skilled transmutation. An apparent dwelling space within the gallery will be assembled with pieces ranging from dresses woven from cassette tape ribbon (Alyce Santoro), a chair reupholstered with woven blue new york times bags (Sarah Hollis Perry), chairs fashioned from recycled
road signs (Boris Bally) and tables crafted from scrap wood (Scrapile). Several Interactive sound sculptures and musical instruments made from waste will be placed throughout the gallery providing a sonic backdrop for the space.


3. Dominic McGill, Raul Zamudio, FF Alumns, at Unit B, Chicago, Sept 10 - Oct 3

Unit B (Gallery) is pleased to present The Phantom Limb, an exhibition of international artists who explore the conceptual possibilities of figuration, curated by Raul Zamudio, FF Alumn, (NYC) and on view September 10-October 3, 2004.

Phantom Limb: The first known description of phantom limb was given by Ambroise Paré, a 16th-century surgeon: "For the patients, long after the amputation is made, say they still feel pain in the amputated part. Of this they complain strongly, a thing worthy of wonder and almost incredible to people who have not experienced this."

Along with two- and three-dimensional works and sound pieces, The Phantom Limb will also present a series of short video works. Artists: Thierry Alet (Guadeloupe/New York), Cleverson (Brazil/New York), Jim Costanzo (New York), Stuart Croft (England), Andrew Dermijian (New York), Dahlia Elsayed (New York), Solange Fabiao (Brazil/New York), Barbara Friedman (New York), Rainer Ganahl (Austria/New York), Erika Harrsch (Mexico/New York), Jeroen Koojimans (Netherlands), Pelagia Kyriazi (Greece),Tina LaPorta (New York), Scott Lifshutz (New York), Despo Magoni (Greece/New
York), Emma McCagg (New York), Dominic McGill, FF Alumn, (England/New York), Oscar Mora (Spain), Yasira Nun (Puerto Rico/New York), Edgar Orlanieta (Mexico), Miguel Angel Rios (Mexico), Sari Tervaniemi (Finland), Riiko Sakkinen (Spain/Finland), Teresa Serrano (Mexico), Torild Stray (Norway), Daniel Zeller (New York).

Opening reception: Friday, September 10, 6-10pm
Closing Reception:Friday, October 1, from 6-10pm (during 34th Annual Chicago Arts District Artwalk)

"Unit B will highlight and promote new and emerging contemporary artists/curators from Chicago and around the globe in group exhibitions that include 2-D, 3-D, performance, video, film and new media that engage, excite and challenge our guests, as well as provide insight into the creative process/dialogue in an intimate domestic setting."

Unit B (Gallery)
1733 South Des Plaines St.
Chicago, IL60616


4. Doug Beube, FF Alumn, at UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, opening Aug 19, 6-8 pm

Friends, I have two sculptures, 'City,' 36x20x15in. and 'Collapse' 72x4x15in., in the exhibition described below. Hope your summer is going well. Doug

South Of the Navy Yard Artists
Robert Lehman Gallery at UrbanGlass
57 Rockwell Place, 3rd floor
between DeKalb Ave. & Fulton St., Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NY
August 19 - September 18, 2004

Pamella Allen, Ellsworth Ausby, C Bangs, Louis Benjamin, Doug Beube, Mark Blackshear, Nan Carey, Mary Chang, Cynthia Edorh, Richard Fett, Tami Kashia Gold, I. Leon Golomb, Eve Havlicek, Kathleen Hayek, Yuka Hirata-Blackshear, Carl Hixson, Jamillah Jennings, Frank Jump, Melanie Kozol, Kris Krohn, D. Lammie-Hanson, M.P. Landis, Marcia Lloyd, Robert Marvin, Matthew Miller, Mascha Oehlmann, Billy Parrott, Jim Porter, Mary Rieiser-Heintjes, Linda Shere, Andrea Spiros, GG Stankiewicz, Kathy Stecko, Sally Mara Sturman, Lawrence Terry, Zawadi and more

Opening Reception
Thursday, August 19, 6 - 8 pm
Refreshments & live music
Thursday, September 16, 6 - 8 pm
Meet 12 artists and learn about their work
Call 718-789-2545 or email info@sonyany.com for more information.
Summer Schedule: M - F, 10 - 5pm; Sat, 10 - 4 pm; Closed Sunday.
Regular Schedule (after Sept. 3rd): Daily, 10 - 6 pm. Closed Labor Day.
Directions: Near B, M, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5, G trains
or visit www.urbanglass.org


5. Julie Talen, FF Alumn, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, thru Oct 24

60 CAMERAS AGAINST THE WAR, a documentary on the February 15th 2003 anti-war rally in New York City.

WAR! Protest in America, 1965-2004
August 26 - October 24
Tuesdays - Fridays, 4-6pm
Whitney Museum, 75th & Madison
www.whitney.org 1-800-Whitney

From the New York Times, Arts & Leisure, July 27:
"One of the interesting things about curating is the way in which projects conceived years beforehand can have an extraordinary resonance with the moment," says Chrissie Iles, who along with Sam Durant curated the series. In "Sixty Cameras Against the War," for instance, Julie Talen combined clips from 60 different protesters at an antiwar rally, thus joining together whom police barricades kept apart. The project reminded Ms. Iles of "No Game," a 1968 project for which filmmakers pooled film of the October 1967
anti-Vietnam War march on Washington. "


6. Sonya Rapoport FF Alumn, launches new web work at www.sonyarapoport.net

Kabbalah/ Kabul: Sending Emanations to the Aliens has just been launched on FF Alumn Sonya Rapoport's web site, www.sonyarapoport.net

In this interactive web work emanations from Kabbalah's Tree of Life are encoded with scientific procedures that provide the technology for creating altruistic DNA to send to extraterrestrials. Hybrid imagery includes Afghan news photos that describe preparations for the Interstellar flight


7. Paul Henry Ramirez, FF Alumn, at Mary Boone Gallery, NY, opening Sept 10, 5-7

Paul Henry Ramirez, FF Alumn, presents "In Fluent Form" at Mary Boone Gallery, 745 Fifth Avenue, NYC 10151. 212-752-2929. Reception for the artist on Friday September 10th from 5 until 7. Continues through October 23, 2004.


8. Anahi Caceres, FF Alumn, announces video lecture in Perth, Australia

"Streaming video lectures" Anahi Caceres, FF Alumn,
(RRF 2004 by Agricola de Cologne)
In September this video Lecture will be in Perth, Australia


9. Billy X Curmano, FF Alumn, at Winona Arts Center, MN, Oct. 13-Nov 2, 2004

Billy X. Curmano Art Works USA Ring: 507.864.2716 or billyx@acegroup.cc

"Art as Politics & Propaganda"
Oct. 13 - Nov. 2, 2004
Winona Arts Center, Winona, MN

I thought this may be of interest. I volunteered to curate an invitational exhibition, "Art as Politics &\ Propaganda", for the Winona Arts Center, Winona, MN. It is scheduled to run from October 13th through election day of this year.

We have masters from original cartoons and posters, silk screened prints and hand-painted banners. There will also be photos, video, political buttons, photo offset posters, lithos and our Film Society will screen "The Fog of War". The heart of the exhibition is historical, but there will be some current material from the Bush and Kerry campaigns, Iraq etc. The Art Works USA collection includes items from:

Foundation for the Community of Artists; Vietnam Veterans Against the War; American Indian Movement; Art Against Apartheid; Visual AIDS A Day Without Art; Central America Resource Alliance; Mississippi River Revival and Art Not Arms For Central America etc.

If you would like to donate material that fits the category "Art as Politics & Propaganda", please contact me by e-mail with a description. I will review it and get back to you. Work must arrive by October 1, 2004.

The Winona Arts Center is a small non-profit community art center with a very tight budget. We hope selected participants will be willing to provide self-addressed re-useable shipping containers and postage both ways or else simply donate the items to the Art Works USA collection.

Thanks for your interest,

Billy X. Curmano, FF Alumn


10. Peter Downsbrough, FF Alumn, at FRAC, Bourgogne, France, opening Sept 10

Peter Downsbrough
September 11 to November 20, 2004
Opening: Friday 10 September from 6 pm
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 2-6 pm
FRAC Bourgogne
49 rue de Longvic, 21000 Dijon
telephone + 33 [0]3 80 67 18 18
fax + 33 [0]3 80 66 33 29
e-mail: infos@frac-bourgogne.org


11. Kyong Park, FF Alumn, presents Shrinking Cities, in Berlin, Sept 4, 6 pm

We cordially invite you and your friends to the opening of the exhibition "Shrinking Cities"
\Saturday, September 4, 2004, 6 p.m.
St. Johannes-Evangelist-Kirche, Auguststraße 90, 10117 Berlin

Speakers: Hortensia Völckers, Artistic Director of the German Federal Cultural Foundation; Ingrid Häußler, Governing Mayor of the city Halle on the Saale; Peter Richter, Author, and Philipp Oswalt, Chief Curator of the exhibition "Shrinking Cities". Music: Schalmeienexpress Berlin, first performance of "UrbanHornsMarchingStreetSignals" by Stefan Weihrauch.

After the opening speeches, the exhibition will be viewed in the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin.

On behalf of the Curatorium, Philipp Oswalt, Chief Curator
Exhibition "Shrinking Cities"
September 4 until November 7, 2004
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
Tuesday until Sunday noon- - 7 p.m., Thursday noon- - 9 p.m., Closed on Monday

Shrinking Cities is a project of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation) in cooperation with the Museum for Contemporary Art Leipzig, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and the magazine archplus.

ICUE is participating in the exhibition of Shrinking Cities project with the following projects.

Directed by Kyong Park
Edited by Garret Linn and Manuela Tromben
[20:34 minutes] 2004

"OldHouseNewHouse/OldCityNewCity" is a 4-channel video that traces the places, reasons and goals why some individuals and families do or do not move from one home, neighborhood and city to another, and why decline of Detroit and growth of its suburbs combines to create a physical and a historical records of capital, labor and cities that are becoming more nomadic than ever.

From interviews of more than 16 individuals and families, the video is parceled into three chapters, starting with a tour of Graymark, an unfinished waterfront commercial housing development that reduced a community of 4,000 families to 7, the result of Eminent Domain policy by the city of Detroit. You hear the story and fervor of Virginia Cantrell, who fought and lost to the city, and now lives in the only house left in the middle of 87 acres of newly paved roads and street lights, that only circle and illuminate empty green fields. On the opposite screen is a tour with Charles Blackburn-who has constantly moved from one house to another, all inside Detroit, always close to the last one-glimpsing various sites of his past that have all disappeared. The two screens, placed opposite to each other, samples and echoes countless stories of a disappearing city that you can listen to, at anywhere in Detroit.

The second chapter stitches the voices of twenty individuals into a diatomic narrative, a collection of truth and myths about homes, neighborhoods, and cities, at least in their minds, divided between the Detroit and its suburbs. Projected on side by side screens, are views of familiar and odd landscapes, of new and old, construction and destruction, prosperity and poverty, benign and eccentric, humanistic and apocalyptic. Together they tell the protocol of American Dreams, where the territorial move outwards underlines the economic moves upward, or the immobility that traps racially defined subculture within the political boundary of inner city, all taking place in and around the "Motor City."

In the final chapter is a tour of two suburban houses of the Cope family, its current home up for sale, and the model house of their future home. On the opposite screen is a tour of badly burnt apartment building, by Ronnie Benniefield, presenting a state of art survival within the most powerful economy in the world. Between five full size bathrooms of one house to five sets of people sleeping in a raining room without windows, suspends a spectrum of time and space, about the beginnings and ends of man-built objects, that moves and forms on the surfaces of the earth, similar to the way oceans and clouds move and evolve, by economy not temperature. Welcome to Chernobyl, Sarajevo, Gaza, Baghdad, Kabul, but right in the USA.


Detroit: Making It Better For You [a fiction]
Directed by Kyong Park
Composed, edited and narrated by Joshua Pearson
[9:25min] 2000

"Detroit: Making It Better for You" is a 2-channel video, showing a gritty tapestry of images on the destruction of Detroit, the city of the war between the sustainability of the local community against the greed of the global economy. Through its "drive-by-shooting" technique-emblematic to the mythology of Detroit as the "Motor City"-the video offers street level views of the urban clashes between the inner city emptiness and suburban bliss, while the narration describes an urban conspiracy to burn and destroy the city so that it could be bought 50 years later dirt cheap and re-developed again.


12. Peter Cramer, Diane Torr, Jack Waters, FF Alumns, at Le Petit Versailles, Sept 04

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

September Events
September 4 Saturday 8pm.
Naked Eye Cinema presents
The films of Carl Michael George.
The Lost Forty Days, La Belle Fleur, The Boy is Gone
The Right to Love, Six Feet: Dancers I know and love.

These are some of the earliest films screened by Naked Eye Cinema, the roving venue created by Jack Waters and Leslie Lowe back in the early 80's. The casts include Peter Cramer, Jack Waters, Kembra Pfahler, Samoa, Philly, Hedda Lettuce and many others. Sexy, magical and provocative!

and here is a quick look at our upcoming events for September.

September 12 Sunday Exhibition Opening 3-7pm
Outside In An outdoor art exhibit of small works
Sherry Johnson Karen Koltonow Jill London Rachael Neubauer Paul Nowell Orange Elizabeth Riggle

September 18 Saturday
5pm Herbal workshops with Lata Kennedy

8pm The Love Gang?
Readings by Kathe Izzo, Rachel Levitsky, Shelley Marlow, Diane Torr

Saturday September 25
5pm Herbal workshops with Lata Kennedy

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. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Cherry Lounge, SF, Sept 5, 10 pm

Sunday, September 5, 2004
Frank Moore's Cherotic All-Star Band
A deep-core erotic jazz/punk big jamming cult band...exploring beyond the margins. Every gig, a unique experience! also on the bill Fluff Grrlyman
Cherry Lounge
917 Folsom Street (@ 5th St)
San Francisco CA
info: call 510-526-7858 or
email fmoore@eroplay.com
for downloadable poster:


14. Willie Cole, FF Alumn, named to Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair of Art, U of Georgia

Willie Cole, FF Alumn, has been named to the Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair of Art at the University of Georgia for 2004-2005.


15. Siah Armajani, Adrian Piper, FF Alumns, featured in Art Papers, Sept/Oct 2004

Siah Armajani and Adrian Piper, FF Alumns, are each the subject of a feature story in Art Papers magazine's September/October 2004 issue. www.artpapers.org



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