Events

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APICC presents ONE IN WHICH WE ARE

A visual arts exhibition which explores the complex interdependencies between structures, processes, events, and the collective individual, on view May 1–27

USF Dept. of Architecture and Design

The Department of Art + Architecture at USF presents: [End]eavors

A free to visit exhibition of BA thesis projects from students in the Design program on view May 16–22, 2015

The Homobiles

The News features a Wild Card Night of New, Queer Work

On Tuesday, May 5, free admission, creator of The News Kolmel W Love hosts the very first live performance by The Homobiles, as well as performances by Katie Kelly, Cassandra Falby, OutLook Theatre Project, and W Love.

DIS/PLAY Poets

Last chance to view and interact with DIS/PLAY

On Thursday, April 23, 6–9pm, the closing reception for DIS/PLAY features short film screenings in the gallery, poetry performances and pizza from Mozzeria.

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Axis Dance Performance & DIS/PLAY Artists Panel, April 8

Dig deeper into the themes of the group exhibition DIS/PLAY with docent-led tours, a performance by AXIS Dance Company and a panel discussion featuring dancers and exhibiting visual and media artists, Wednesday, April 8, 6–9pm

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DIS/PLAY Opening Reception

In DIS/PLAY artists with and without disabilities claim and define their own identities, experiment, and make their own rules. Thursday, March 26, 2015, 6–9pm, meet the artists of DIS/PLAY, engage in multimodal art explorations and enjoy live painting and comedy in the gallery among the art.

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Periwinkle Cinema guest curates The News

Periwinkle Cinema guest curates short movies with live soundtracks for The News on Tuesday, March 3rd

Community and Art Were Here

Community, Art & Culture Were Here: Augmented Reality Tour of Albany Bulb, February 28

Refuge in Refuse: Art & Culture Project organizers lead a walking tour of the creations, realities and archives of the Albany Bulb. Learn about the history of the art & community that once flourished at the Bulb using augmented reality, February 28th.