The Art School in The Art School News February 11, 2010

For more information, contact Joanna Spitzner: joanna@theasintheas.org
http://www.theasintheas.org/

Upcoming events


Thursday, Feb 11, 4-7pm
Happy Hours: Beer & Bagpipes

Come imbibe, talk, and make beer. We’ll also be making labels for our beer–so come read to create, cut and paste. All accompanied by the bagpipe musings of Chris Fox.

Wednesday, Feb 17, 3-5 pm
Audacity workshop

Location: co-opted space # 1: 207 Shaffer Art Building, Syracuse University campus
Description: Learn about Audacity, the free editing and mixing sound program. We'll also touch on Ardour, and perhaps GarageBand to learn how to create audio works.

Tuesday, Feb 23, 7 – 8:30 pm
16 mm Film Screening

Location: co-opted space # 3: XL Projects, 303-317 South Clinton Street
This is a chance to watch film as film, with projectors an everything. Gail Hoffman and Carmel Nicoletti have made selections from various people’s collections of 16mm film. You can also vote which films you’d like to see at our next screening. Popcorn and beverages will be served.Thanks to Andrew Havenhand for helping to make this happen.

Wednesday, Feb 24, 7 pm
Reading and discussion of Art Work: A national conversation about art, labor and economics.

Art Work, a project by Temporary Services, is a newspaper that consists of writings and images from artists, activists, writers, critics, and others on the topic of working within depressed economies and how that impacts artistic process, compensation and artistic property. Art News can be downloaded here: http://www.artandwork.us/download/; paper copies are available at The AS in The AS. 

This is the first in a series of discussions on Alternative Economies and Art that will take place at The AS in The AS this spring.

More Activities:


We'll get our reading groups back on track soon. Check our website and our next e-news for more info.
Our online library is here: http://readings.connect.theasintheas.org/

Publications: We put out a call for work for a journal, but then a journal seemed to monolithic. Instead, The AS in The AS would like to start publishing "pamphlets." Each one would be devoted to a project or paper, and will also include an interview or discussion with the author/artist. If you're interested in submiting something, email press@theasintheas.org.

We have lots of proposals, which you can view here. I basically schedule things based on interest and also as soon as I can make it happen.

If you want to do something, do it with The AS in The AS! Propose something: send me an email or fill out this form

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