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A Studio of their Own: The Legacy of the Fresno Feminist Experiment documents the foundation of the nation's first feminist art program at Fresno State University & its' enduring legacy in contemporary art.Exhibition & Symposium highlight the international reputation of first-year alumni in feminist video, performance and new genre public practice. Current work as well as early work will be shown.
Symposium: Thursday September 17- Friday September 18
artists' presentations, performances, and a panel discussion moderated by Moira Roth.
Yesterday was published in CD Baby the sixth album Asnografia (Donkeygraphy).
Inspired the book Platero y yo by spanish writer Juan Ramón Jimenez, but isnt´a second part of Plateroideologia (Plateriodeiology) 2.006. This album the secondaries actos are more important that Platero. Traditional, folk, spanish music with arrangments clasicals instruments.
experiments in experience/participation performance
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.)
Friday, July 10, 2009
Upcoming performances in this series:
Saturday, August 22
Saturday, September 26
Saturday, October 24
Screenwriters and documentary filmmakers in the Middle East and North Africa are invited by the Abu Dhabi Film Commission to take part in its international screenwriting and pitch competition designed to identify, develop and launch the careers of outstanding filmmakers. The deadline to submit materials is July 15.
The program exposes emerging filmmakers to high-level industry decision makers and facilitates financing for talented writers and directors from around the world.
Applicants should have completed a short film or documentary that has previously been broadcasted or screened at a film festival, or received a prize.
Youth ages 9 to 25 are invited to submit short videos promoting harmony in diverse societies to the PLURAL+ video festival, to be held at the Paley Center for Media in New York City on December 18. Deadline for submitting entries is September 30.
PLURAL+ is a video festival for youth-produced media aimed at building a more inclusive, tolerant society. The festival will address key issues in today's youth communities, such as migrant integration, inclusiveness, identity, diversity, human rights and social cohesiveness.
Applicants must meet the age requirement by September 30. Entrants may work together in groups, but the entry will be judged in the age category of the eldest youth.