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  • Feedback is a traveling site -specific performance project by the Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre. ... of endlessly waiting on the side of the stage? As an English grammar nut (forgive any comma errors you might find...), I am ... work geographically defined or can it focus on the people who inhabit or visit it? Inspired by the food truck phenomenon of Portland ...
  • ... in that sense, it’s not like a university makes you who you are, rather you search for a university to locate and lend form to ... At the end of each project, we host an exhibit at the site where the project developed with the purpose of being able to ...
  • ... that this emotion was an expression of respect for artists who dedicate themselves to producing art within the framework of a movement. ... to UC Davis, 400 miles from home, to learn about who I am ? The knowledge and history of who I am and where I come from ...
  • ... massive flooding. Collective High & Dry visit the site of the natural disaster.  ... breaking of the Ice jams. Crunch. If all of the people who go to museums could just feel an earthquake. Not to mention the sky and ... always created altered landscapes. Through disruption and construction , nature recreates and thus renews the landscapes of our home ...
  • "I Am " chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, where being gay was, until recently, a criminal and ...
  • The Museum of Public Fiction is a site to experiment with installations, performances and shows on a changing topic. [scald=74916:kl_image_original_context ... is the first series that is collaborative. Alexandra Gaty, who is the co-curator for the show , and I tried to emerge ideas that we ...
  • Rail construction has finally come to Crenshaw, but not in the way everybody would ... places are wonderful (and I speak as a West coast Creole who grew up visiting family that lived along the Jefferson Boulevard corridor ... status quo. On the Westside I'm treated well enough, but am just another customer. In Crenshaw, my patronage is nothing less than ...
  • ... to translate the culture of violence into an aesthetic site of healing? [scald=74949:kl_image_original_context ... and ended fleeing not a civil war but an abusive husband who kept my older brother away from her for over six years. My mother escaped ... nopal on our foreheads with surfer cadences to our English that operate like broken traffic signals and slow down our attempts ...
  • ... of indifference" to the plight of immigrants. " Who among us has cried over the death of these brothers and sisters, for all ... arranged for him to become a citizen. He taught himself English . He served in the Air Force for 20 years. The rest is our history. ...

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