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Hear from Michael H. Weber, half of the young screenwriting team behind this summer’s huge hit, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. Weber and his writing partner Scott Neustadter faced the challenge of adapting John Green’s wildly popular bestselling novel into a movie.
The International Sculpture Center in collaboration with Grounds for Sculpture will hold ISConnects: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life at Grounds for Sculpture on Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 at 6:00PM. Sharon Louden, artist and editor of “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life”, will moderate a panel with David Humphrey, Paul Henry Ramirez, and Austin Thomas which will discuss sustainable creativity and the question, “How do Working Artists Live?”
Connect with a community of inspired creators, producers and professionals in architecture, design, film, music, gaming and more. Immerse yourself in amazing work and explore the technology that makes it all possible through daily presentations, workshops and demos.
BHi Music Group recording artist, AM Aesthetic, to perform at Red Oblivion's album release at Mercury Lounge.
NYC10 provides opportunities to 10 emerging dance companies to showcase their work (up to 10 minutes each) and receive feedback and reviews. It is a FREE dance platform for development and expansion of unique repertoires.
Memory Prints is a solo exhibition by Phillip Chen, a visual artist from the Midwest. In fifteen relief etchings about his family, Chen reckons with significant moments in Chinese American history. At first glance, individually and as an ensemble, these relief prints are schematic and enigmatic. Rooted in personal experiences, the prints depict precisely drawn tools and everyday objects that reflect his family’s occupational histories. The etchings can be approached as part futurist blueprints and part archaeologic shards, each juxtaposed in an almost Rube Goldberg set of relationships and movements. Their rich darkness reveal precisely drawn tools and everyday objects, an occasional human visage. Each array on each print is imaginatively filled in with lines that interlink and interrelate the items.
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