“Justice and Humanity” Art Exhibit
The University of Dayton School of Law will be hosting an art exhibit at UDSL from August 13th through September 3rd.
THEME: “What does justice and humanity mean to you?”
DONATIONS: All proceeds from the sale of the art pieces will go to through the Red Cross to the tornado victims in the Alabama, Missouri and Mississippi area. Multiple pieces may be submitted.
Expense for supplies will be partially covered based upon the number of submissions and mediums used.
This is an excellent opportunity for exposure and to network with new clients and artists.
Awards will also be given for “Best of Show,” second, and third place.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE – July 10, 2010
Please e-mail Carin Bigley (email@example.com) by 9:00 p.m. with the required paperwork.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE – August 7, 2010
All art pieces must be brought to University of Dayton School of Law by 7:00 p.m.
All pieces must be dry and in presentation form (e.g. hanging wires on the back; photography must be framed).
Artist may be asked to present a detailed drawing of configuration for submissions during the installation/placement of pieces at the exhibit.
Please keep in mind that guests include families and members of the professional community; submissions must be PG-13.
Art may NOT contain:
Pornographic/vulgar/obscene material or other language, either implied or in print
Religious figures or altars
Please e-mail Carin Bigley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Parker Fritz (email@example.com) with any additional questions.
The show will feature work from some NE1 peeps as well as many amazing local artists! Also live performances from some very lovely, talented people. Spoken word, poetry and music to tickle your inspiration. Sure to be a lovely evening.
THE SHORT FILMS
Urban Development presents Re:Definition. A conceptual showcase designed to redefine urban music as we know it, Re:Definition is all about uniting established acts and emerging talent from East London through collaboration and blurring the boundaries between theatre, multimedia and live music.
So jump aboard this musical excursion to discover the loves, conflicts, traditions, adventures and aspirations of the real East Enders and get ready for a rollercoaster journey set to take urban music beyond Olympic proportions…
KANO, GHETTS, TALAY RILEY, LOVELLE, ROXXXAN, MIKE HOUGH, DONAEO, SELAH, MPHO, SHEZAR, SCRUFIZZER, JAY NORTON, MIKILL PANE, ABEL MILLER, LADY CHANN, WONDER
Directed By: MATTHEW ‘EXCALIBAH’ XIA
Visuals by: JAK FRSH
UDTV: Mikill Pane – Re:Definition 2011 ft. Kano, Ghetts, Donaeo, RoxXxan, Scrufizzer & more
DATE: Thursday 7th July 2011
TIME: 8pm – 11pm (doors open 7.30pm)
VENUE: Hackney empire, 291 Mare Street, London, E8 1EJ
TICKETS: £10 / £12.50
BOX OFFICE: 020 8985 2424 or BUY ONLINE here: http://www.hackneyempire.co.uk/?lid=2298#book
For more info, visit www.urbandevelopment.co.uk
|CINEMAROSA and the Queens Museum of Art, are pleased to present the Eight Annual LGBT Cultural Celebration QUEERIN’ QUEEENS. The event includes film screenings: “Cried Suicide” Dir. Lauren Palmigiano, “Go Go Reject” Dir. Michael J. Saul, “You Can’t Curry Love” Dir. Reid Waterer, “Mila Caos” and “Lua Verde” (Green Moon) Dir. Simon J. Paetau. QUEERIN’ QUEENS 2011 also includes the presentation of the play “Jackson Heights 3 AM” (Reading of excerpts), the poetry of spoken word artist Victor Tobar, and the performance of Travis Barr creator of Sunday Morning Mimosa as Anita M. Buffem. Music by local DJ Santos.
Cried Suicide, Dir. Lauren Palmigiano, USA, 2010, 14 min
Go Go Reject, Dir. Michael J. Saul, USA, 2010, 20 min
Mila Caos, Dir. Simon J. Paetau, Germany-Cuba, 2011, 18 min
You Can’t Curry Love, Dir. Reid Waterer, USA-India, 2009, 23 min
Lua Verde (Green Moon), Dir. Simon J. Paetau, USA-Brazil, 2011, 20 min
Jackson Heights 3 AM (Reading of excerpts)
Sunday Morning Mimosa
Victor Tobar is a Queer Latino andro transguy, writer, performer, activist, and arts educator. Born and raised in the Bronx, he now resides in Brooklyn, from where he composes letters to the ghosts of yearning and nostalgia. He’s been part of the NYC writing and performance scene for the past 12 years. In 2000he repped New York as part of the Brave New Voices Youth Slam team. He helped developed and mentor QQ&A, a creative writing workshop for Queer and Questioning youth with Urban Word NYC. As part of Mangos with Chili, he’s toured the northeast and Canada. His pieces weave tangible images, fantasy, and raw emotional footage in an attempt to portray life from the underneath of the city. He is currently proud and humbled to curate “Ruckus”, a monthly reading and performance series that features Queer and Trans artists of color, seeking to create community and visibility in the New York art scene.
|Following the screenings and performance presentations, join us in the celebration of June Pride with a party, light refreshments, and cocktails at the Unisphere Gallery of the museum. Music by invited guest local DJ Santos.|
CINEMAROSA was created as an independent initiative by filmmaker and artist, Hector Canonge. After its short run at a community house in Woodside, Queens, Canonge reached out to the Queens Museum of Art where CINEMAROSA has been hosted since 2005. After seven years of consecutive screenings, Canonge explains that “CINEMAROSA is as strong as ever because there is a need to provide this type of service for the Queer community of Queens and NYC at large.” The monthly free screening program has featured local, national and international filmmakers whose works best reflect the diversity of lives in experiences in the LGBT community. Canonge adds that “through CINEMAROSA and its hosting institution, the Queens Museum, it has been possible to create a safe LGBT cultural hub in Queens where audiences, artists, filmmakers, and representatives from other LGBT organizations come together and share their visions, views and ideas.”
FREE ADMISSION but RSVP is recommended: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Directions to QMA: #7 Flushing Trains from 42 Street or E, F, V, R Trains to 74th Street & Roosevelt Avenue, change for #7 Train (Flushing Bound). Exit at Willest Point/Citi Fields Stadium, walk in the direction of the park. Museum is located in front of the metal globe, the Unisphere.