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Lecture
Oct 11, 2016

Ryan McGinness' approach to art and the art world is sardonic yet earnest, a mature version of the rebellious ethos that defined his youth in 90s skate culture. He’s soft-spoken and very tall, a gentle giant from Virginia Beach, long and far away from his current space on the top floor of a six-story former factory in New York's Chinatown. Beckett Mufson, “Ryan McGinness Thinks You’re Looking at Art Wrong,” The Creators Project, April 22, 2016

October 11
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Member Event
Oct 12, 2016

Director’s Council Kick Off
Wednesday, October 12
6:30 pm
(Director’s Council members and invited guests only)

Oct 12, 2016

Director / Co-Writer and Texan Greg Kwedar makes his feature film directorial debut with Transpecos. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature Film at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival, TRANSPECOS focuses on three Border Patrol agents working a remote desert checkpoint where the contents of one car will reveal an insidious plot within their own ranks

Oct 13, 2016

For Once In  My Life — NR, 2010, 90 minutes. This documentary is about The Spirit of Goodwill Band and their journey to show the world the greatness within each of them. The 28 band members have a wide range of mental and physical disabilities, as well as musical abilities that extend into ranges of pure genius. In a cinema vérite style, the film explores the band’s struggles and triumphs, shatters preconceived notions and reminds us of the healing power of music.

Oct 14, 2016

“Wide awake to the wonder, terror, and giddy confusion of being a 14-year-old adolescent in 1970s Australia—or anywhere at any time, for that matter—Rosemary MyersGirl Asleep is a strange, savvy, big-hearted teen adventure that feels perfectly pitched to its target audience as well as those of all ages in search of something unquestionably unique.” Steve Cockerell, Variety.  

Oct 14, 2016

“Wide awake to the wonder, terror, and giddy confusion of being a 14-year-old adolescent in 1970s Australia—or anywhere at any time, for that matter—Rosemary MyersGirl Asleep is a strange, savvy, big-hearted teen adventure that feels perfectly pitched to its target audience as well as those of all ages in search of something unquestionably unique.” Steve Cockerell, Variety.  

Oct 15, 2016

LEVKOVICH, Triosatz
DVOŘÁK , Piano Trio in F minor, Op. 65
SHOSTAKOVICH, Piano Trio in E minor, No. 2, Op. 67

THE ARTISTS

SERGEI BABAYAN, piano                   
GARY LEVINSON, violin
SUREN BAGRATUNI, cello                  

Oct 15, 2016

“Wide awake to the wonder, terror, and giddy confusion of being a 14-year-old adolescent in 1970s Australia—or anywhere at any time, for that matter—Rosemary MyersGirl Asleep is a strange, savvy, big-hearted teen adventure that feels perfectly pitched to its target audience as well as those of all ages in search of something unquestionably unique.” Steve Cockerell, Variety.  

Oct 16, 2016

“Wide awake to the wonder, terror, and giddy confusion of being a 14-year-old adolescent in 1970s Australia—or anywhere at any time, for that matter—Rosemary MyersGirl Asleep is a strange, savvy, big-hearted teen adventure that feels perfectly pitched to its target audience as well as those of all ages in search of something unquestionably unique.” Steve Cockerell, Variety.  

Oct 16, 2016

“Wide awake to the wonder, terror, and giddy confusion of being a 14-year-old adolescent in 1970s Australia—or anywhere at any time, for that matter—Rosemary MyersGirl Asleep is a strange, savvy, big-hearted teen adventure that feels perfectly pitched to its target audience as well as those of all ages in search of something unquestionably unique.” Steve Cockerell, Variety.  

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