Band of Outsiders

The College Art Association National Conference juggernaut is coming to NYC shortly. One of the slew of programming offerings that’s going on in conjunction with their conference is this selection of video works, which is going to include my work Your Own Lazy Siesta.

College Arts Association

Presents

Band of Outsiders

Screenings

ARTspace Media Lounge

7:30AM – 5PM Feb.10 -12

Concourse F, Concourse Level

Hilton New York

1335 Avenue of the Americas
 New York, NY 10010

The entire program was selected by a group of nine curators; we’ll be screening selections at the Center for Book Arts as well:

The Center for Book Arts

February 1 – April 2

Weekdays: 10am-6pm Saturdays: 10am-4pm,

Reception on February 11 Friday, 6-9 pm

with a special screening of the selections from

The Big Screen Project Program.

The Center for Book Arts

28 West 27th Street, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10001

The Big Screen Project

Selections from Band Of Outsiders

Feb. 9 -12  5 – 9PM

Public Plaza behind the Eventi Hotel

6th Avenue b/w 29th and 30th

New York, NY

The Big Screen Project is right around the corner from the Center; you can learn more about them here: http://www.bigscreenproject.org/. They’re behind the very white, very high tech food court in the Eventi Hotel (which I find slightly intimidating, but which serves tasty snacks.)

More about Media Lounge here: http://conference.collegeart.org/2011/artspace/medialounge.php

And if you’d really prefer seeing video in the comfort of your own home, try this.

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