Sight School


Art Work Reading Room
December 5, 2009, 9:06 pm
Filed under: Past

Sight School is pleased to host this one-night exhibition and public reading of Chicago-based collective Temporary Services’ newspaper titled, “Art Work: A National Conversation on Art, Labor and Economics.” This event will take place from 7-9pm on Wednesday December 16th.

A handful of local artists, writers and curators including Sean Fletcher & Isabel Reichert, Lynne McCabe, Julian Myers, Ted Purves, and Natasha Wheat will deliver public readings of texts directly from or related to the newspaper, while providing analysis and commentary in an informal reading-room environment. Readings will feature works by Chris Burden, Carolina Caycedo, Cooley Windsor & Futurefarmers, and the Guerilla Art Action Group (GAAG), among others. In addition, this event will serve as a distribution point for free printed copies of the newspaper. Participants will be encouraged contribute to the event and participate in discussion on how to build an economically viable arts community in the Bay Area.

For more information please contact sightschool@gmail.com or matthewrana@gmail.com

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Michelle and Matt,
Here is a link to the Present Group and Joseph del Pesco’s event last February. Seems ideal if all parties could eventually collaborate and join forces. Although a slightly different topic, I think the general overlap proves that artists are in need of better alternatives for the future.

Visual Arts Town Hall: Envisioning a More Sustainable Arts Community:
http://blog.thepresentgroup.com/?p=307

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