says Dale Hoyt who sends This link
The 48-hour event includes an on-line video conference using the free IVISIT application. For instructions on joining the conference go to
Ansel Adams Center/ Friends of Photography closes.
SFAI LECTURE HALL
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18
A sixty minute documentary about terrorist strikes against U.S. targets over the last twenty years and how they led up to the 9-11 Assault.
Round Table Discussion following the screening.
This is way too weird.
Longing for a depth of understanding, a different point of view and
analysis about recent events, I went in search of commentary by Dr. Edward Said. Said continues to turn the tables on conventional Western perspectives about the Middle East (and so much more.)
The Artist’s World,at the CCAC Institute, delivers a deliciously nasty take on contemporary artists’ lives, laced with self-loathing, acrid humor, and in-jokes. If you get it, you’ll like it.
Lisa Kokin’s photo webs at Catharine Clark Gallery and Adaline Kent’s sculptures at 871 Fine Arts. Kent, an innovative modernist in the 1940s, died young in a car crash. Since then her work has been closely held by her family; see this wonderful work before it disappears into private collections.
After you’ve seen the missile strikes and grown weary of the endless, speculative punditry , visit Stratfor (Strategic Forecasting) for the skinny.
Painter/entrepreneur Thomas Kinkade presents the latest chapter in America’s ongoing quest for a version of small town America that never really existed in the first place.
Wise and truthful words from Salman Rushdie.
this is not art and electrofringe in newcastle, australia
see http://www.thisisnotart.org and http://www.electrofringe.org for more
video star (artists using video) currently being held in wellington, new zealand
keynote by deleuze scholar and media theorist brian massumi
and special lecture by critic, curator and videomaker John DiStephano
see http://videostar.co.nz for more
Believe it or not, this official DoD site is completely for real. Umm…we sign up where? (Flash required)
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Rebeca Bollinger’s new digital projections orchestrate image “notes” into rhythmic compositions reminiscent of music by Terry Riley or Philip Glass. Go this week. “Fields: Rebeca Bollinger” closes October 6 at the Rena Bransten Gallery.
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