By Amy Dalness
[PAM] in the House
The Perpetual Art Machine (also known as [PAM]) started as an open source Web 2.0 research and archive project. The creators—artists Aaron Miller, Chris Borkowski, Lee Wells and Raphaele Shirley—programmed [PAM] for Scope New York in 2006. Just a few years later, [PAM] has traveled around the continental U.S. and throughout Europe, featuring the video art of more than 300 creative minds from more than 50 countries.
Global DanceFest 2008
By David Leigh
Certain endeavors—sports, art, music, chess—serve as bridges between countries and cultures. Their universality creates an understanding between all involved. The difficulty of these exchanges, however, is in establishing a context. Programs need to accompany the goods, so to speak, to make an effective connection.
Dem Bones, Dem Dry Bones …
An interview with Natalie Goldberg
By Lisa Lenard-Cook
When Natalie Goldberg’s Writing Down the Bones was published in 1986, it tapped into a vein most would-be writers weren't aware existed. Practically singlehandedly, Goldberg began the "Just Write" movement. By the early '90s, one couldn’t find a table at a coffee shop because each had been commandeered by a Goldberg devotee, frantically scribbling down his or her own bones.
By Monica Schmitt
This student-curated event features over 250 artists including filmmakers, dancers, thespians, visual artists and musicians performing and showcasing their works across campus.
Rezilience Indigenous Arts Experience
By Maggie Grimason
Learn about Indigenous art processes. More than 60 Indigenous artists and art-related professionals representing the US, Canada and Latin America participate.
OutSpoken Queer Poetry
The slam portion is open to self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and queer-questioning poets. Featuring Queer Xicana poet, Tannia Esparza. Hosted by Erin Northern.
Original Instructions: Pueblo Sovereignty and Pueblo Governance at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Works explore sovereignty, governance and future leadership while reflecting upon the history and symbolism of the Lincoln canes. Runs through 2/1/2017.
Stand-up Comedy Thursdays at Stage @ Santa Ana Star
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