apexart :: The Incidental Person additional events

Incidental Person   apexart is pleased to announce a week of events organized by Antony Hudek, curator of The Incidental Person, February 16 - 20, 2010.

This week culminates with a roundtable discussion with Claire Bishop, Noa Latham, Julie Martin, Barbara Steveni and Stephen Wright on Saturday, February 20, 3 pm.

Link to The Incidental Person exhibition page

Luca FreiTuesday, February 16
6-8pm: Public Skype discussion with Basekamp, Philadelphia, hosted by Scott Rigby, Barbara Steveni and Stephen Wright.
Join discussion here.

Wednesday, February 17
2-3pm: Public conversation with Barbara Steveni, former APG member Garth Evans and Julie Martin from Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.).
Download talk (.m4v 450MB)

7-8pm: Join Lexa Walsh to write and record Jingles about New York. Musicians, singers and writers, professionals and amateurs alike, are welcome.

Thursday, February 18
11am-12pm: Cheer-a-thon
: Lexa Walsh instructs on the basics of lending support through cheerleading in this workshop.

12-2pm: Brown Bag Lunch hosted by Megan Francis Sullivan. Attendees are invited to bring their own lunch.

3-4pm: Ron Bernstein engages in a public Skype discussion with Department 21, Royal College of Art, London.

4-5pm: Volunteer public reading of People Don't Notice Anything notebooks, a project by Jen Delos Reyes.

5-6pm: Constance Hockaday delivers a live Skype performative lecture from Portland.

Friday, February 19
12-3pm: Ariana Jacob activates her Conversation Station in and around apexart.

Saturday, February 20
Ariana Jacob activates her Conversation Station in and around apexart.

3-5pm: Concluding roundtable discussion, entitled Art & Economics 2, with Claire Bishop, Noa Latham, Julie Martin, Barbara Steveni and Stephen Wright.
Download closing roundtable talk (.m4v 1.4GB)

Other events related to the final week of The Incidental Person:

Friday, February 19, 4-5pm
14th Street/Union Square subway station
Mezzanine area, near 16th Street exit.
Public speaking event organized by Laurel Kurtz and Sandy Sampson with Dale Blagrove, the Pride Toastmasters club, and people in district 46.
Download subway performance clip (.m4v 17MB)

Friday, February 19, 6-9pm
Center for Book Arts
28 W 27th Street, 3rd Floor
The Print Factory: A Free Printmaking Workshop
Producing art on-site while handing it out to the public in an attempt to spark dialogue.
Center for Book Arts and Craft and Concept.

Saturday, February 20, 7-9pm
Bubby's Tribeca
120 Hudson Street
Incidental party in honor of Hannah Jickling and Helen Reed of the Pancake Placement Group. Introduced by Ron Silver from Bubby's. All welcome.

Please join us.
All events are free and open to the public.

apexart's exhibitions and public programs are supported in part by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Edith C. Blum Foundation, Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, The Greenwich Collection Ltd., The William Talbott Hillman Foundation, and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.

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