Smoke + Mirrors 2017
Mar
16
12:00 PM12:00

Smoke + Mirrors 2017

An audiovisual alliance between Tara Bhattacharya Reed and Liz Rodda. Tara Bhattacharya Reed is a DJ on KOOP's Sunday night experimental music radio show "Commercial Suicide." Liz Rodda is an interdisciplinary artist living and working with found materials, primarily video, with meanings unintended by the original makers. Together Bhattacharya-Reed and Rodda will bring their own unique sensibilities to collaborate on an audiovisual delight of sensuality, mystery and intrigue.

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Smoke + Mirrors 2017
Mar
15
to Mar 16

Smoke + Mirrors 2017

An audiovisual alliance between Tara Bhattacharya Reed and Liz Rodda. Tara Bhattacharya Reed is a DJ on KOOP's Sunday night experimental music radio show "Commercial Suicide." Liz Rodda is an interdisciplinary artist living and working with found materials, primarily video, with meanings unintended by the original makers. Together Bhattacharya-Reed and Rodda will bring their own unique sensibilities to collaborate on an audiovisual delight of sensuality, mystery and intrigue.

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Diaspora Journal - with director Nate Araya
Mar
15
8:00 PM20:00

Diaspora Journal - with director Nate Araya

The Diaspora Journal is a film and campaign to connect the world to the African Diaspora culture. Immerse into the life of an Ethiopian Diaspora through the journey of Nate Araya as a filmmaker. From giving free taxi rides as a taxi cab’s assistant to shining shoes in the streets of one of the fastest growing economic cities in the world, The Diaspora Journal reveals a young man experiencing a day in the life of locals in Addis Ababa while discovering identity, freedom and hope.

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Unincarcerating Art & Memory
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

Unincarcerating Art & Memory

How does art and text regenerate in a hostile prison environment; what agency does it have? How can memory be used to prevent and respond to violence?  aems, of Inside Books, will share and discuss art from Texas prisoners. Gabriel Solis, of Texas After Violence Project, will discuss how TAVP’s oral history archive of those affected by violence.

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Austin Monitor AMA
Mar
14
2:00 PM14:00

Austin Monitor AMA

Got a bunch of feels with regard to the state of media and politics in 2017? Want to know more about how local policy gets made, or how small media organizations are working to fill gaps in local coverage? Join folks from the Austin Monitor and the Capital of Texas Media Foundation for a live and in-person ask me/us anything. Really. Ask us anything.

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